and she’s right. If I don’t keep in touch with all of my creative sides during this process I really will go head-banging crazy. And that is not a good thing when you are leaving a rental and they want it left pristine. 240 more words
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IDEA #75. Learn to play a new musical instrument. You don’t have to be great—you just have to have some fun doing it.
There are so many musical instruments from which to choose: obscure, ethnically specific, loud, soft, heavenly, harsh. 334 more words
Shakin’ Down the Acorns by Tony Elman
Shakin’ Down the Acorns is a volume of “footstompin’ fiddle tunes” with hammered dulcimer. Featuring American Folk songs such as Arkansas Traveler and Uke Pick Waltz, Elman’s group of banjo, recorder, dobro, piano, cello, and a fiddle provide a smorgasbord of tunes that will set the most stubborn foot a tappin’. 9 more words
Hello, all! My apologies for the long gap between posts, but I had a very busy, out-of-town weekend that wasn’t quite conducive to internet time. However, I am here to announce an upcoming exhibit soon to be installed here at the museum, which will focus on the musical instrument known as the dulcimer. 839 more words
- Classic Zeppelin “Whole Lotta Love” played on 3-string electric mountain dulcimer by Sam Edelston. The dulcimer can be a very sweet, tender instrument — but it’s also great for rocking out. 40 more words