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1. Re: [HD] Resonance of strings at the bridge (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 2013 13:01:25 -0700 (PDT)
Dave, I heard stories of implosion from other people. At least one of them was from a mail order dulcimer kit that was a bit notorious for having incomprehensible instructions. I think that kit maker
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-09/msg00021.html (13,902 bytes)

2. Re: [HD] Tempos for hornpipes, jigs, & reels (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: :44:26 -0400
I've understood that historical hornpipes were tunes originally written for a bagpipe type of instrument in which at least the chanter portion was actually made of horn. And the other characteristic
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-08/msg00005.html (16,087 bytes)

3. Re: [HD] Two New Tunes (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 13 15:45:07 -0400
"The Bedding of the Bride" is a Scottish dance tune from the Collection of Captain Simon Fraser. According to Fraser, it is to be played for the wedding guests to dance at the post-nuptual festiviti
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-08/msg00049.html (17,413 bytes)

4. Re: [HD] software (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 13 16:02:06 -0400
Maureen, I use Encore. http://www.gvox.com/encore Back when I started, it had a much flatter learning curve than Finale. Sara and I use it for tunes on the Kitchen Musician website and for all the bo
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-08/msg00050.html (17,891 bytes)

5. Re: [HD] Wedding tune ideas (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 0 (PDT)
I always thought "Happy Together" (the Turtles) would be good for a wedding. I don't know that it meets the "contemporary" label though. From: Hdlist [mailto:hdlist-bounces+sharon=gartley.net@hammer
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-07/msg00039.html (23,740 bytes)

6. Re: [HD] Tunes for April Fool's Day (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 50:12 -0600
George, I didn't know there were HD players in LV. Sara and I just got back from 10 days in Las Vegas and Death Valley. We don't gamble, but go out to Red Rock Canyon, Valley of Fire, Death Valley, e
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-06/msg00006.html (18,126 bytes)

7. [HD] New Tunes for May (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 29 Apr 2013 21:43:31 -0400
May is just about here, so I put some new tunes up on the Kitchen Musician website. http://www.kitchenmusician.net Since is is finally good enough weather to go golfing, there's the full theme to Col
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-06/msg00019.html (12,794 bytes)

8. [HD] St. Paddy's Tunes (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 5 Mar 2013 15:56:43 -0500
I have put up some new tunes on the Kitchen Musician website, and links to Irish tunes already on the site. http://www.kitchenmusician.net/ Ballykeel Jig is one of my favorite fast jigs. The A part i
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-06/msg00035.html (11,218 bytes)

9. Re: [HD] Tunes for April Fool's Day (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 8 Mar 2013 22:45:23 -0700 (PDT)
I've been thinking about putting up more of both Colonel Bogey and Liberty Bell, since one was a movie theme and paraody song, and the other was the theme for Monty Python. Interesting that a British
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-05/msg00021.html (15,951 bytes)

10. Re: [HD] Flying with HD (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 2013 11:17:19 -0700
Steve, What do you classify as a "puddle jumper"? We have been on lots of trips in recent years where the plane is either one of the Canadair or Embrauer jets - twin engine, no first class section an
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-05/msg00038.html (13,058 bytes)

11. Re: [HD] glowing hammers (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 2 Feb 2013 10:01:45 -0500
That looks reasonable for hammers and for glow in the dark bridge markers. I see they recommend charging with black light UV. But sunlight should also work. Just wondering if the piezoelectric + LED
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-04/msg00025.html (16,571 bytes)

12. [HD] February Tunes on Kitchen Musician (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 2 Feb 2013 10:23:28 -0500
I have some February tunes up on http://www.kitchenmusician.net/ Because of Mardi Gras (Today) there are some New Orleans tunes: When the Saints Go Marching In, Two version of House of the Rising Sun
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-04/msg00027.html (12,217 bytes)

13. Re: [HD] Thoughts on music and life (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: :05 -0500
Thanks, Bill. A few things I might add from my own experience: The tune wants to be played, so do anything you have to, to make that possible. It is like retelling a story that is retold, and persist
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-03/msg00040.html (29,728 bytes)

14. Re: [HD] Dulcimer-Fiddle Tunes (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: u, 24 Jan 2013 19:21:28 -0500
Just about any book of dulcimer music should work for fiddle, too. Assuming the fiddler is good enough to fake or jump octaves in the rare cases when the music might go our of range. But I'd recommen
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-02/msg00023.html (17,291 bytes)

15. Re: [HD] Timour/Peter St (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: Aug 2012 14:28:49 -0400
I've played Timour the Tartar with Scottish Fiddler John Turner. There was a melodramatic play/book 'Timour the Tartar" by M G Lewis in about 1830, which I suspect was the inspiration for the tune. F
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-02/msg00092.html (12,375 bytes)

16. Re: [HD] Timour/Peter St (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: Aug 2012 01:46:55 -0700
Mauren Forgot to mention, The Amazon.com mp3 is a medley of J. Scott Skinner playing "Timour the Tartar" and other tunes, including "Speed the Plough" (possible ancestor of "Whiskey Before Breakfast"
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-02/msg00093.html (12,132 bytes)

17. [HD] New Tunes - Wayfaring Stranger (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: 00
I have put a few new tunes up on the Kitchen Musician website http://www.kitchenmusician.net/ These are all American tunes. First, there's an American Schottishe, "Cat Clumb up the Plum Tree", a thre
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2012-01/msg00007.html (11,443 bytes)

18. [HD] New Book and New Tunes (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: un 2012 23:20:43 -0500
Kitchen Musician Book No. 19 "Another Jig Will Do", 102 Fine Tunes by Anonymous and Long Dead Musicians is now in print and available for sale. http://www.kitchenmusician.net/ You can also get it fro
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2011-12/msg00017.html (13,020 bytes)

19. [HD] New Tunes for April - Kitchen Musician (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: Apr 2012 15:52:03 -0400
I'm three days late getting the April tune up on http://www.kitchenmusician.net/ Although April Fools' Day is over, I have added a "workhorse" English country dance tune "The Comical Fellow", in D, w
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2011-11/msg00035.html (11,830 bytes)

20. Re: [HD] New Tunes for April - Kitchen Musician (score: 1)
Author: Maynard Johnson <roguecello440@mac.com>
Date: Apr 2012 17:18:06 -0400
Sara came up with the name many years ago. It seemed that at all the best music parties, the action migrated out to the kitchen - regardless of the size of the kitchen or the size of the rest of the
/hdlist/archives/html/hammered_dulcimers/2011-11/msg00037.html (17,248 bytes)


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