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1. Re: [HD] editing on Musescore (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 11:14:37 -0700 (PDT)
I use Musescore quite a bit although I'm not a wizard at it. But if you choose "lead sheet" from the list of templates it will be just treble clef with no instrument name indicated. Kathie John and K
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-09/msg00007.html (14,014 bytes)

2. Re: [HD] software (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 13 17:41:08 -0400
I have been using MuseScore lately. It's a free program and a bit lower learning curve than Finale, which I also have had for years. I do everything from lead sheets with chords to handbell arrangeme
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-08/msg00051.html (18,695 bytes)

3. Re: [HD] Anyone available to play "Sail Away" in Ithaca, NY on May 17 (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: :52:41 -0400
A choir director contacted me about finding someone to play Malcolm's "Sail Away" on May 17 in Ithaca, NY. I do not know what the budget is but I am guessing on the low side (maybe $200?). If someone
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-07/msg00004.html (15,440 bytes)

4. Re: [HD] Tuning (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 0 -0500
My husband John is an autoharp player, and has used different temperaments for years on his single-key, 2-key, and 3-key instruments. Autoharps have no frets, no bridges to cross over, and once a str
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-06/msg00071.html (21,540 bytes)

5. Re: [HD] Tuning (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 0
Here's John's tuning scheme that works on a 3-key autoharp. It's still a compromise of course, and we're not sure how it would work crossing the treble bridge, but just in the interest of knowledge:
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-06/msg00078.html (15,078 bytes)

6. Re: [HD] guy wants to know about flying with an autoharp (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 3 10:17:51 -0500
John has never had trouble carrying on his autoharps in their cases; he uses soft cases and carefully puts them in the overhead.  Compared to lots of other carry-ons that are allowed, it looks much s
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-02/msg00013.html (14,483 bytes)

7. Re: [HD] John C Campbell Folk School - Jan 20-25 , 2013 (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: d, 15 Aug 2012 17:10:26 +0000
Go see all about the John C. Campbell Folk School at www.folkschool.org. It'll blow your mind! -- John and Kathie Hollandsworth 700 Tower Rd. Christiansburg, VA 24073 540-382-6550 www.blueridgeautoha
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-01/msg00002.html (17,890 bytes)

8. Re: [HD] New Orleans Information (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: -0400 (EDT)
Hi everyone - I just answered Vicki privately, but then thought others might want to know about these things in case you're ever in southwest Virginia and want some local culture :-) For Mt. Airy and
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-01/msg00080.html (13,360 bytes)

9. Re: [HD] Malcolm Dalglish's Sail Away (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 6:34:14 -0600
I've done this piece a few years ago with a children's choir as well. The difficulty level, I'd say, was medium compared to Dalglish's other pieces that I've done - not nearly as hard as "Reel a Bouc
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2011-08/msg00017.html (13,843 bytes)

10. Re: [HD] helping someone prepare for competition (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 5 -0800
I haven't prepared HD students for contests, but have done so with piano students in the past. And I've played HD in some contests as well as a couple of other instruments, mostly in the small fiddle
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2011-08/msg00024.html (16,458 bytes)

11. Re: [HD] Christmas song (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 011 19:40:09 -0600
There is a great Puerto Rican tune - I know it with the words "From a Distant Land" but not sure if that's a direct translation. I wasn't able to easily find a verison online but can send a scanned o
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2011-06/msg00034.html (13,592 bytes)

12. Re: [HD] Christmas song (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 2011 18:14:24 -0500
I've put pdfs of "From a Distant Home" and "Bring We the Frankincense" at the links below - they were both actually in the Presbyterian Hymnal. If I were to play "From a Distant Home" on the HD, I wo
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2011-06/msg00045.html (15,251 bytes)

13. Re: [HD] Ipad to store sheet music (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 20:26:45 -0400
DISCLAIMER: This is all second-hand info; I don't use this type of technology. BUT here is a youtube of an autoharp player in England that does it one way - http://youtu.be/pZ9geQBEGGM AND another ve
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2011-05/msg00044.html (13,551 bytes)

14. Re: [HD] cool thing on Google. (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 00
It's actually a tribute to Les Paul, who was born on June 9, 1915. Very cool !! Kathie -- John and Kathie Hollandsworth 700 Tower Rd. Christiansburg, VA 24073 540-382-6550 www.blueridgeautoharps.com
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2011-01/msg00030.html (12,572 bytes)

15. Re: [HD] tune (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 11 20:29:26 -0500
Without actually seeing your music, I would guess they are providing the broader backup chords (maybe one or two chords per measure) instead of specific chords that contain each melody note. If you w
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2010-06/msg00051.html (12,787 bytes)

16. Re: [HD] Rumanian folk music by Bartok on dulcimer (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 09:29:44 -0500
The set of 6 "Romanian Folk Dances" by Bartok were originally written for solo piano in around 1915; he was a voracious collector of eastern European folk music - Romania, Hungary, and other countrie
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2010-05/msg00085.html (14,264 bytes)

17. Re: [HD] looking for Lucille Reilly (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 08:39:31 -0700
Linda, I just e-mailed Lucille and told her you were trying to get in touch with her, so you may get an e-mail from her soon. Kathie Hollandsworth -- John and Kathie Hollandsworth 700 Tower Rd. Chris
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2010-04/msg00050.html (13,059 bytes)

18. Re: [HD] A Cautionary Tale about CD reproduction (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 700 (PDT)
This can work the other way too. About 18 months ago we made a very expensive purchase and some sort of credit card "holding company" would not release the funds to the vendor right away, even after
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2010-01/msg00067.html (15,849 bytes)

19. Re: [HD] 2nd try- Finale question (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 05 EDT
I don't have a midi keyboard either - I use the mouse to click on the staff and enter notes, and Karen's method is the other choice for non-midi keyboard use. Kathie -- John and Kathie Hollandsworth
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2009-10/msg00036.html (12,868 bytes)

20. Re: [HD] 1937 recording (score: 1)
Author: Kathie Hollandsworth <luraedythe@gmail.com>
Date: 40:15 -0500
And what's the name of the 3rd tune? I couldn't quite recognize it. -- John and Kathie Hollandsworth 700 Tower Rd. Christiansburg, VA 24073 540-382-6550 www.blueridgeautoharps.com Custom Autoharps AN
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2009-09/msg00077.html (12,765 bytes)


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