Vicki Moore

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Location: Danville, VT
Country: US

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Dana Karuza-Tulp Annette L. VTMama John Ellis Strumelia Cynthia Wigington Marc Mathieu Butch Ross Nina Zanetti

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Strumelia
11/29/19 08:47:36PM @strumelia:

Hi Vicki, please see my private message in your INBOX... thanks!  :)


Vicki Moore
05/04/17 12:14:02AM @vicki-moore:

Does anyone know where I can get a music holder that is held secure by part of it being under the dulcimer? Every time I see one at a festival, the person tells me that a friend made it for them. I sure would like to have one of these instead of a floor stand. Thanks!


VTMama
03/29/16 01:21:43PM @nicole-bartlett:

You were correct Vicki - you didn't see my name.  I changed it from VTMama to my name.  :)  I didn't notice that about the workshop - yes I would like that.  Perhaps we can connect to setup a time?  I will pm you.  Thanks!


VTMama
03/21/16 10:00:59AM @nicole-bartlett:

Hahaha - right - my name isn't on here!  Nicole Bartlett.  My email is nlbartlett@gmail.com

I was going to ask you your thoughts on the workshop - I would LOVE to attend, but I'm really just starting out.  I wasn't sure if I'd be able to keep up.


VTMama
03/21/16 09:04:10AM @nicole-bartlett:

Hi Vicki!  Thank you for the warm welcome!  I had heard about Kingdom Mountain Dulcimers and would love to attend a jam!  I am truly a beginner (I just got my dulcimer a few weeks ago), but I am enjoying practicing every night.  My husband and I have begun playing together (he plays guitar) - it's a blast.  I unfortunately won't be able to attend a session until mid-April, but I am looking forward to it!  :)


Cynthia Wigington
03/15/16 08:50:57AM @cynthia-wigington:

Hi Vicki. Miss you guys. Just saw your comment. Got over that one and just had another one. Geez, a lady hardly gets a chance to practice in between. I don't know anything about bass dulcimers, but I'm sure someone on here does. If you could find a used baritone and string it with heavier strings it would give you an idea - might want a new nut to do it, and saddle, so the original one doesn't get widened out. Had a bad experience putting baritone strings on a regular one for just half an hour, do it at your own risk. There is a new player on here, VTMama from Barnet - hope you can catch up with her, I told her about the group, but also NOT to miss playing N/D lol. Say hi to all, no hope of travel these days.


Marc Mathieu
01/22/16 10:16:36PM @marc-mathieu:

Hi Vicky ! Always great to hear from folks we've met at past festivals !! 

I have heard of "Reel de Gaspé" before, but I'm not familiar with the tune. Unfortunately, I wouldn't have the Tab for that one... sorry.  I did some Youtube searching and seems like there may be 2 different tunes with the same name. I have a French-Canadian fiddle tune book that may have the notation for Reel de Gaspé. If it does, I'll see what I can come up with.    

 


Ken Longfield
11/07/14 10:24:09PM @ken-longfield:

Welcome to FOTMD Vicki. It's good to have you aboard.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."


John Keane
11/07/14 07:02:41AM @john-keane:

Howdy and welcome to FOTMD!


Karen Keane
11/06/14 06:37:06PM @karen-keane:
Hello and welcome to the site. This is a great place to share ideas and listen to music. I hope you enjoy!
Benjamin W Barr Jr
11/06/14 05:20:05PM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

Vicki, I also meant to mention that at the top of the page is a heading for Groups; it is a drop-down menu where you can find a listing for Northeastern United States group that you can join.

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Benjamin W Barr Jr
11/06/14 05:18:35PM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

Hi Vicki, and welcome to the wonderful world of the Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. It's a good place to come, spend some time, learn about the dulcimer, and to meet some good people.

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Jim Fawcett
11/06/14 04:55:34PM @jim-fawcett:

Hey Vicki, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.