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February 6, 2017

Virginia Water Radio's episode released today features a track from our Jamestown album called 'Fingal's Cave', with Celtic harp played by Ardie Boggs.

January 12, 2017

Historic Jamestowne has made a drone video of this week's snow at James Fort, and they used a track from our Virginia Wildlife album!

December 12, 2016

Virginia Water Radio has released a new episode about the headquarters of Powhatan near here, and it includes nature sounds Timothy recorded at York River State Park as well as clips from the composition 'In Powhatan's Realm' from the album Jamestown: On the Edge of a Vast Continent!

December 9, 2016

Today we've published another Advent video, the chant 'Of the Father's Love Begotten,' on solo hammered dulcimer, arranged in parallel octaves.  A studio audio version is on the album Incarnation.

And the latest newsletter is here.

December 4, 2016

Another informal video for the Advent season has just been posted, the ancient French chant 'Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence,' in Timothy's unique expressive style.

November 29, 2016

Virginia Water Radio has released their annual winter readiness episode, and it features our arrangement of 'Drive the Cold Winter Away' from the album Celebration of Centuries.

And we've just released a new informal video for the Advent season, 'Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus!'  A similar trio arrangement is also available for download in the album Incarnation.

November 23, 2016

Our newest newsletter has just been sent out; you can view it here.

November 22, 2016

We've just released a new informal video of one of Timothy's arrangements, 'Give Thanks' by Henry Smith.  Happy Thanksgiving!  A studio recording of a similar arrangement is available on the album Profound Joy.

November 16, 2016

A recent episode of Virginia Water Radio about the Hazel River here in Virginia includes two clips from my track of the same name!  The original recording is on the album Here On This Ridge, and it's also included in the compilation Common Wealth.

September 22, 2016

Jamestown Rediscovery archaeologists have just released a short video describing the excavation of an early well, and they've used our music (this track is from Virginia Wildlife album) as the intro!

September 19, 2016

The new episode of Virginia Water Radio includes snippets of three of our recorded tracks!  This edition is about Virginia's rivers, and the cuts are 'Shenandoah,' (from the track 'Hazel River') from Here On This Ridge; 'Clinch Mountain Quickstep' from Sycamore Rapids; and 'Exploring the Rivers' from Jamestown: On the Edge of a Vast Continent.

August 16, 2016

Our latest newsletter has been sent out.  View it here!

July 30, 2016

Timothy's new blog post involves a practice technique of taking breaks!

July 28, 2016

Thirteen days ago, in Evart Michigan at the Original Dulcimer Club Funfest (largest dulcimer gathering in the world), Ken Kaiser made a fine video of Timothy's stage set!  View it here.

And another recent episode of Virginia Water Radio features our music!

July 9, 2016

Timothy's new blog post discusses the value of using dynamic DEVELOPMENT as part of a musical piece, something he learned early from listening to Classical music as a child!

June 8, 2016

Timothy has another new blog post, 'Using body language for expression,' briefly talking about how phrasing and tone can be affected by movement, with some examples taken from pianists' approaches!

June 6, 2016

Timothy's new blog post 'Maturing Wood' discusses how an instrument's wood changes tone character over time with much playing.

June 3, 2016

Virginia Water Radio has again included one of our clips, 'Baldcypress Swamp,' from our album Virginia Wildlife, in this episode about tree frogs!

April 14, 2016

A recent episode of Virginia Water Radio features a clip from Timothy's album Virginia Wildlife, 'Bass Fisherman's Reel'!

January 25, 2016

Virginia Water Radio has included a clip from our album Celebration of Centuries, the tune 'Drive the Cold Winter Away,' in their interesting new episode on terms used for 'snow!'

January 22, 2016

Our concert 'An Evening of Acoustic Music' at Williamsburg Regional Library has been canceled due to force majeure --- the storm! We plan to reschedule it for later this year. Stay warm!

January 17, 2016

We've posted a new video on Youtube, this time with two cameras (still experimenting with that): an original composition called 'In the House of Bread' combined with the great hymn 'For the Beauty of the Earth.'

January 12, 2016

Today's new blog post: Music sounds better in the winter!

January 10, 2016

Finally another blog post has been written! Timothy speaks of a musical glimpse into the sublime.

January 9, 2016

With our recent order of the Christmas album Incarnation, we've now made 130,000 tapes and discs!  (As well as countless downloads and many Youtube views and Spotify plays.)

January 8, 2016

Virginia Water Radio has posted another new episode that includes a clip from our album Here on this Ridge!

 

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