Terry Wilson

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Location: Leesburg, GA
Country: US

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hugssandi jeffrey charles foster Boo Karel Votanek Robin Thompson Bob Reinsel Blondie Mark Runge Guy Babusek Salt Springs Gordon Hardy SuzanneBailey sleepingangel Helen Seiler James Phillips Cindy Stammich Lexie R Oakley Jan Potts Cynthia Wigington Deborah Hinz Kevin Messenger John Henry Jim Fawcett

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I just love learning to play music and various instruments.

My favorite song is, "River (take me along)", by Bill Staines.

It's about life's journey. The song conjures up our victories, defeats, losses, gains, heartbreak, happiness, changes, and what's constant throughout our lives.

And now our rainbow has followed us here, to this chapter of our story. Perhaps the best time of our life should begin now.

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Terry Wilson
 
@terry-wilson • 3 weeks ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "NAF flute collection for sale":
"Hi Blondie Yes, I still have my flute collection for sale. If you are interested, please email me at: travel.life.marketing@gmail.com Thank..."
Terry Wilson
 
@terry-wilson • 2 months ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Native American Flutes":
"Hi folks Due to health reasons, I have my NAF collection listed for sale in the classifieds section. If you will look carefully, this is an awesome buy...."
Terry Wilson
 
@terry-wilson • 2 months ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "NAF flute collection for sale":
"Terry Wilson:   I am selling my flute collection due to finger and hand issues.  I haven't played any NAF flutes in the past 4 months or longer.  All of..."
Terry Wilson
 
@terry-wilson • 2 months ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on Terry Wilson:
"  Best salmon we ever ate.  Brought home to Georgia 23 lbs of filets. The beast weighted 43 lbs.  We won't talk about my weight.   I need to desperately..."
Terry Wilson
 
@terry-wilson • 2 months ago • comments: 0
Created a new forum topic "NAF flute collection for sale":
"  I am selling my flute collection due to finger and hand issues.  I haven't played any NAF flutes in the past 4 months or longer.  All of my flutes are..."

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Terry Wilson

Playing in a different octave


As a beginner 3 years ago April 1st, I began playing in DAd, and didn't...
@Terry Wilson 2 years ago - Comments: 11
Terry Wilson

TAB for a song


Help, I need TAB for a song. I don't know if this is the right place to...
@Terry Wilson 2 years ago - Comments: 10
Terry Wilson

First paying gig


Well, after two years of playing I have my first paying gig. I was...
@Terry Wilson 3 years ago - Comments: 47
Terry Wilson

Music notation article


Something I wanted to share. Music notation has been a like a ghost to...
@Terry Wilson 3 years ago - Comments: 3
Terry Wilson

Student Dulcimer


For those considering purchasing a "student dulcimer" you might consider...
@Terry Wilson 4 years ago - Comments: 5
Terry Wilson

Popsicle stick


Recently I have become somewhat serious about playing noter/drone...
@Terry Wilson 4 years ago - Comments: 32
Terry Wilson

AEA tuning


Hi folks, I don't post very much anymore but still check in at least...
@Terry Wilson 4 years ago - Comments: 23
Terry Wilson

DAd


I am learning a new song, I can't help falling in Love With You...
@Terry Wilson 5 years ago - Comments: 10

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Farther along

Farther along


@Terry Wilson
2 years ago - Comments: 18
3 song melody

3 song melody


@Terry Wilson
2 years ago - Comments: 13
Pay me my money down

Pay me my money down


@Terry Wilson
2 years ago - Comments: 13

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Latest Forum Discussions

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NAF flute collection for sale

Posted: Saturday May 6 2017, 9:36 PM
By: @Monica

Sewers?

Posted: Friday March 10 2017, 9:46 PM
By: @john warren

Christmas songs for seniors?

Posted: Wednesday December 21 2016, 7:21 PM
By: @Terry Wilson

Tabor Pipe and Drum

Posted: Wednesday August 24 2016, 3:11 PM
By: @Strumelia

Tinny sound

Posted: Monday December 21 2015, 3:45 PM
By: @Joe Robison

Song quest

Posted: Monday March 16 2015, 9:58 PM
By: @Terry Wilson

Tremolo harmonicas

Posted: Wednesday January 14 2015, 7:23 PM
By: @Terry Wilson

Bingo!

Posted: Thursday October 10 2013, 9:07 AM
By: @Terry Wilson

Comments

Helen Seiler
11/28/16 10:37:54PM @helen-seiler:

G'day there Terry. Thanks for the lovely comment on my video. How are you going these days... how is your back and are you still volunteering? Helen x


Helen Seiler
06/29/16 07:39:08PM @helen-seiler:

Thanks Terry, how is your back going? h


Lexie R Oakley
06/09/16 03:04:48PM @lexie-r-oakley:

Terry, I see on Christine's post you are ill. I just wanted to check in to wish you a good recovery. Let your music pass your time and comfort you.

Lexie dulcimer


Gordon Hardy
04/05/16 10:55:52AM @gordon-hardy:

Terry there's also a box just under your name in the private message center that says refers to blocking users, you may want to click on that to unblock users. I see you have me blocked from sending private messages.


Cynthia Wigington
04/05/16 10:54:40AM @cynthia-wigington:

Terry I haven't responded to you because I get the message back "This user is not accepting messages at this time". I am deeply sorry for your loss and for your son.


Gordon Hardy
04/05/16 10:43:12AM @gordon-hardy:

Terry, some folks want to private message with you. Re your comment about not being able to see the whole message - on the blue-green banner at the top of the private message box, there is a box that says expand all replies, if you hit this it will allow you to read the messages completely.


Lexie R Oakley
03/23/16 11:41:25AM @lexie-r-oakley:

I am so sorry to hear the sad news in your family. Your Son and Grandson and your family will be in my prayers.

Take Care....Lexie


Lexie R Oakley
03/22/16 04:47:31PM @lexie-r-oakley:

I have the faith, it just takes lots of patients, I appreciate you saying a prayer for me.

According to my Physical Therapist I am doing very well I just need to listen to my body and she will keep realistic as far as to know what my knee can and shouldn't do for now. The healing process feels slow, but I know I am getting better each week.

My dulcimer and NA flutes have really helped during this time, they are my comfort and joy!

Thanks my friend for thinking of me......Lexie

Happy Easter to you and your family.


Lexie R Oakley
03/22/16 11:32:07AM @lexie-r-oakley:

Terry; I am happy you get to play flute with your brother, what a great family gathering you will have. It was nice you played for your brother-in-laws memorial service, my sympathy to your family. What a wonderful gift you have to be able to share your music during family times.

Well my poor little knee has a ways to go, but yesterday I saw my surgeon at 9 weeks after surgery and the xray looks great. I don't have to wear that big brace on my leg any longer, I feel a little naked without it and my knee feels a little unsteady so  I will use my cane when I am out and about.

I begin Physical Therapy today and will begin riding my stationary bike. I am looking forward to learning about how to strengthen and stretching out the tendons, seems like they are very tight.

I am sure it is time for the hard work now, getting back to walking properly will be nice.

Take care my friend....Lexie dulcimer


Gordon Hardy
03/14/16 11:01:59AM @gordon-hardy:

Hello Terry, in response to your question about my dulcimer. It was built by a local northern Alberta builder, probably the only builder here. He lives in Fairview, Alberta which is about an hour and a half north of me. He hasn't built many, only about 25 at the time when he built mine which was in 2012 and he had been building for 20 years then. He is very "pernickety" and does beautiful work and only builds as the spirit moves him. I haven't spoken to him for at least a year (that's a shame, isn't it). His name is Reg Davy, his phone number is 780-834-7681 and his email is regdavy@telusplanet.net . He's a good man.


Gordon Hardy
03/09/16 01:18:59PM @gordon-hardy:

Hey Terry re "Softly and Tenderly" that's nothin', you should see me play standing on my head! LOL


Lexie R Oakley
03/04/16 03:12:52PM @lexie-r-oakley:

Hi Terry, I kinda broke my knee cap and was at my Mom's for a couple months, doing really well and finally home.

Yes, I have been practicing my flutes and got my Mom to play with them. I still just play to hear the sounds and love them.

I will consider a pocket flute they sound nice and are fun to have with you where ever you go.

Wishing you well with that back injury and hope you get back out camping.

Take Care....Lexie 


Helen Seiler
02/29/16 04:09:01PM @helen-seiler:

G'day there Terry, i always pop a reply to comments on my videos but just realised folk might not know they are there. I just wanted you to know how much i appreciate you following my music. By the way, thats a grand family photo, what a good looking family!


Helen Seiler
01/25/16 04:49:17PM @helen-seiler:

G'dy Terry... there is a long reply to you re your lovely comments on my Sparrow 1 video clip page. Helen


Salt Springs
01/05/16 07:54:29PM @salt-springs:

Terry, got your note and am glad it was helpful.   If you really want to get into the flute, I would suggest you get a copy of John Vames' book on Native American Flute methods.  He has one for traditional music and another for Jazz on the NAF.   Also, Clint Goss has a couple of CD's out that have various drumbeats that you can use as background music while you play or practice.

 

The NAF is an amazing instrument, though the modern ones do not sound anything at all like the ones natives used.  There are a few recordings around of native players from long ago.  Perhaps this link will work:

http://www.flutetree.com/links/Recordings.html 

 

You might get a kick out of going to Coyote Oldman's web site, there is a play button on the upper left of his home page that Michael put there so you can here what the Anasazi flute sounds like.  the one he makes is an exact replica of one found somewhere around Chaco Canyon.  I bought one years ago and I'll tell you it is a bear to play....rim blown, now sound box, just a 28" straight tube.........take a listen and you will be amazed what Michael can do with it. He also made a Mojave rim blown for me... same story, shorter, 4 holes but great sound........when you get going the next thing you will want is a hand drum, I use Keith Little Badger's......there is a website where you can buy one......traditional builder and not out of the ball park price wise.


Gordon Hardy
12/15/15 10:20:29AM @gordon-hardy:

Hi Terry, just thought I would post to your wall what I use to record rather than to the general discussion. I have a little canon vixia hf r500 camcorder on an inexpensive tripod. I set it up 3 or 4 feet from where I'm sitting and start filming. When I finally get a good "take" I download the whole "movie" into my computer. Then I use a video converter. I use a free off the internet soft ware product called "Any Video Converter". You can certainly pay for better products, but this one works just fine for me. I load the entire movie into the converter and cut out the segment I want to keep, then I "convert" that segment into a smaller more manageable video, rename it and voila. I'm sure my audio and video is no way professional but hey I'm just doing this for kicks and it's lots of fun for me.


Strumelia
10/12/15 10:13:51AM @strumelia:

Hi Terry, I've had to delete your two "River" videos because the Bill Staines song is copyrighted.  Please see my private message in your INBOX-  thanks!


Strumelia
10/08/15 09:24:08AM @strumelia:

Hi Terry, please see my private message in your INBOX. Thanks!   :)


Lexie R Oakley
03/23/15 04:12:42PM @lexie-r-oakley:

Terry Blessings to you and your wife. Have a wonderful camping tripSmile.gif


Lexie R Oakley
03/23/15 02:53:38PM @lexie-r-oakley:

Hi Terry; I am excited for you to get your new Prichard reproduction by Kevin Messanger.

You ought a have happy dulcimer hands and I am sure Kevin will only build the best.

I am so glad you chose the dyed dulcimer, I have not seen one such as it is and I really think it has that old look to it and it is beautiful.

We'll be waiting for the sweet sound of your new beauty!Smile.gif