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Sunday Music

A beautiful and sentimental song by Dougie MacLean, a Scottish artist.  If you’ve never heard of him you probably know at least one of his tunes.  MacLean’s most famous piece is probably  “The Gael”, from his 1990 album The Search, … Continue reading

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Home Grown Music

As a undaunted woodworker I have made most of my musical instruments over the years.  I could never justify purchasing a high-end, high-quality instrument but I could make a reasonable proxy.  My interest has been rekindled in the last couple … Continue reading

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Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer

A bit of beauty for starting the weekend.  Wendy Songe plays the King of the Fairies on the mountain dulcimer.  Enjoy!  

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A Tale in Open G; have a look at this cigar box guitar

For the love of home-made music.  Click the link below the image for the story. The CBG Procrastination: A Tale in Open G.

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Early Banjo

A little historical banjo for a musical Monday.  Nothing comes from nothing.  The banjo is truly American with roots in Africa, the mother of us all.

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The Blind Fiddler

“An itinerant fiddler is playing for a humble country family. David Wilkie focuses on the listeners’ different expressions. Only two people seem to respond to the music: the baby and the boy on the right, who is imitating the fiddler … Continue reading

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Music is Magic

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