Hang on it's a long wild ride
Monday, March 26, 2012 @6:44:03 AM
So we just returned from the Harrison Ark. fiddler's convention...wow what a great time. I spent a good portion of the day just listening to various fiddlers and trying to get a feel for how things run then played with several different jams. Realized how little I know but also realized that it's a continual journey and I have to accept where I am and pat myself on the back for sticking with it. The fun is in the journey....and I hope it's a long wild trip :)
In other noteworthy tidbit's I have been asked to play another civil war stone setting memorial which I am thrilled about. Of all that I have done (which isn't much) this is my favorite and most heartwarming, and I consider it a great honor and privilege. Also our little group (loosely used) has been asked to play at a civil war reenactment, we are still trying to decide. And last but certainly not least probably will be fiddling "the wedding march" at our daughter's wedding to take place here on the home place in May. Googled wedding march fiddled but didn't find much..any of youn's out there have a link.
Figured out bigger print for those of us over 40 :)
Found a mess of whites (morel mushrooms) the sun is shining I'm off work it's gonna be a blessed day.
on “Hang on it's a long wild ride”
Monday, March 26, 2012 @8:43:27 AM
i had to play a wedding march i didn,t know what to play then a firend of mine said why don,t you play (On Wisconsin) its very easy to play i live in wisconsin i have heard the song many times like ever foot ball game collage that is i think you could fined a march John phillips southa wrote many marchs i didn,t spell his name rigth good luck
Monday, March 26, 2012 @2:22:08 PM
i just thougth of a fiddle tune i could send you in fiddle TAB i don,t know how to write music notes. the (nancy march) this can also be played as a waltz iv,e all ready have it on waltz central on FHO check rich dissmore page
Monday, March 26, 2012 @5:00:40 PM
That's kind of you, I will also look on you tube to see if I can hear it.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 @4:55:03 AM
Hey, Rene! The two you might be thinking of are "Wedding March" from "A Midsummer's Night Dream" by Felix Mendelsohn and "Bridal March" from "Lohengrin" by Richard Wagner.
|Humbled by this instrument Says:|
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 @8:53:06 AM
Careful with mushrooms. Make certain of their identity before ingesting (or have an in-law try them first). Uhm tunes for daughter's wedding..? Hmmmmm. Oh--got it--"Ride of the Valkryries" by Wagner.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 @7:05:32 PM
I'm surprised Humbled didn't suggest Long Black Veil . . .
Thursday, March 29, 2012 @8:27:16 AM
A WEDDING MARCH CAN BE ANY MARCH THAT YOU CAN PLAY TELL WEDDING PARTY FINISH THERE MARCH I PLAYED( ON WISCONSIN). TELL THEY WERE THROUGH AT THE TIME IT WAS THE ONLY MARCH I KNOW GOOD THING I LIVE IN WISCONSIN. I LOVE MUSHROOMS RAW AND COOKED .YOU KNOW HOW TO TELL A OLD MUSHROOM HUNTER -- YOU CAN,T THERE ARE NO OLD MUSHROOM HUNTERS
Thursday, March 29, 2012 @5:48:01 PM
Like the mushroom joke.
Bj very good, I thought humbled may volunteer to come play.
Friday, March 30, 2012 @2:59:41 AM
Don't eat any mushroom's before playing. It's a bummer when the fiddle starts melting and the bow makes colored trails.
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