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Hello. I'm sorry I haven't visited this site as often as I used to visit. It seems I'm busier now that I retired than I was before I retired and I've slowed down on keeping up with all of the sites…Continue
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Tanezaki san (Tanezaki Riko) contacted me to let me know she has started a meet up group for psaltery players in Japan. We are welcome to join the meet up and follow some of the activities for…Continue
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I had a great time at the East Tennessee Psaltery Gathering. One of my highlights for the event was using Donna's version of Auld Lang Syne (from Donna Malus's Psaltery Strings Music Book) in a…Continue
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We had a discussion about modes at the East Tennessee Psaltery Gathering in November. During that discussion we demonstrated that if a song was in a given mode, the song could be played entirely on…Continue
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I just listened to Phrygian Free Baritone Psaltery. I hear two psalteries playing together. Did you record this song with someone? It's very nice! Nozomi
Beautiful recording Dave! Is this your arrangement/composition? Just lovely. How do you find time? We want MORE!!!
I just listened to the song you posted. It is just beautiful. Thank you very much for sharing it. Is this song your composition?