News in 2014

December 4, 2014

Charlie Warren has published a holiday web radio show an hour long for PRX, and at the 45-minute mark it includes Timothy's version of the Scottish tune 'Christmas Day in the Morning.'  Here's a link!

November 19, 2014

New blog post: the making of the album Common Wealth.

November 11, 2014

We've just put together a holiday playlist in Timothy's Youtube channel: all informal solo hammered dulcimer performances by Timothy.

November 4, 2014

New blog post: The making of the album Quiet in the Meadow.  (Discography is here.)

October 30, 2014

Today's blog post: We finally have posted another of the stories of the making of our albums!  This time, Celebration of Centuries. (Discography here.)

October 22, 2014

We have just reached more than 126,000 discs and tapes made!  (As well as countless downloads.)

September 22, 2014

Today's blog post: a few quotes from great musicians about the performer's relationship with the music.

September 19, 2014

Another location where you can get our CDs:  This Century Art Gallery in Williamsburg, Virginia!

September 11, 2014

Timothy's new blog post tells the story of Trio StringWind's concert in Colonial Williamsburg two days after the terrorist attack in 2001.

September 8, 2014

Williamsburg Next Door Neighbors magazine published an article about Timothy's music in their Arts issue, written by exceptional author Linda Landreth Phelps and photographed by the fine portraitist Lisa Cumming.  (In the archive link, scroll down to page 27.)

September 4, 2014

The second in the series of blog posts about the making of our albums is now published.  It's perhaps the most notable moment in the development of our recordings.  It's about the Shenandoah National Park CD Here on this Ridge!

Sept. 2, 2014

Once again Alan Raflo of Virginia Water Radio has published a web radio selection that includes our music.  This time it's about Virginia's National Parks!

August 29, 2014

We've just sent our our latest e-newsletter!

And a new blog post discusses how a musician can emphasize the harmonic 'inner voices'!

August 28, 2014

The new blog post is the first of a weekly series telling the stories of the making of our fifteen CDs since 1994.  This one's about the album Wayfaring Stranger!

August 22, 2014

Today's blog post is a brief discussion of how we musicians can focus on the overall arch of the piece we're playing!

August 17, 2014

Yet another new blog post tonight: Top picks for piano concertos!

August 16, 2014

Today's new blog post is a list of Timothy's 'top picks' of Classical symphonies, with recommended recordings.  You might want to have a look down the comments and list, and maybe you'll want to listen to one of these great works tonight!

August 15, 2014

New blog post today that briefly discusses three features that work together to make Beatles pop ballads what they are --- and that we can use in our own arranging!

August 7, 2014

The new blog post today discusses one aspect of arranging and playing a musical piece: a focal point for the sublime!

August 6, 2014

We've just uploaded an informal video of Timothy's hammered dulcimer arrangement of his composition 'Sky Through the Pines!'  (The studio audio version is on the album Sycamore Rapids and also on the compilation Gentle Breeze Beneath the Trees.)

August 2, 2014

Another store has begun carrying our CDs: Georgette's Fair Trade Grounds & Gifts, in Maumee, Ohio, in the Toledo area!  You may think this fine coffee and Ten Thousand Villages location isn't part of your community --- but it's just off one of the biggest interstate arteries in the country, so you can make it a destination on trips as you pass by.  Besides, it's in a neat historic downtown, and you'll be supporting a great non-profit cause, Sunshine, Inc.!

July 29, 2014

Ken Kaiser has posted excellent videos of Timothy's performance on stage at the Dulcimer Funfest in Evart, Michigan a couple of weeks ago!  Here is the first half.

And the second half!

July 12, 2014

Timothy has just updated and revised the early blog post 'Recommended Classical Recordings' --- you might want to have a look!

July 1, 2014

Today's new Virginia Water Radio episode for the 4th of July week includes a clip from Timothy's composition 'James and York Bluffs' as recorded on his albums Celebration of Centuries and Common Wealth!

June 27, 2014

Timothy's new blog post discusses the difference in sound quality of CDs and .mp3 files!

June 19, 2014

The last of this series of informal duet videos with Ann Robinson:  the Scottish air in 3 'Jock o' Hazeldean.'  An audio studio version with Ardie Boggs on Celtic harp and Phillip Skeens on guitar can be found on Timothy's album Quiet in the Meadow and the compilation Gentle Breeze Beneath the Trees.

 June 18, 2014

Another informal duet video with Ann Robinson on harp!  'There Is a Fountain Filled with Blood' ('Cleansing Fountain'), also available in studio audio version on the album Cleansing Fountain.

June 17, 2014

Today marks the TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY of running our music business full-time!

An we have yet another new informal video: our epic medley of two dramatic Scottish/Scotch-Irish tunes, 'Bobcat in the Mountain Laurel' and 'Star of the County Down!'  (The album version is on Virginia Wildlife.)

And another informal video, a pair of Civil War era tunes by the great Stephen Foster, 'Gentle Lena Claire' and 'Gentle Annie,' with Ann Robinson carrying the lead on Celtic harp.  The studio audio recording is on Tenting on the Old Camp Ground.

June 16, 2014

Our newest informal video is Timothy's flute and dulcimer duet with Ann Robinson playing Celtic harp, 'Fanny Poer' by Turlough O'Carolan!

June 13, 2014

The builders of my hammered dulcimer, Dusty Strings, has just published a great blog about playing my model, the D600, and they've included videos of players, including myself and several other colleagues!

And a new video has been posted, the first of three improvisational studies using the great Irish air 'She Moved Through the Fair.'

The second video in the series.

And the third installment.  Is one of them the best, do you think?  Let us know!

June 12, 2014

New video we've just posted: a duet with Ann Robinson's Celtic harp, 'The Foggy Dew.'  Timothy plays first an improvised hammered dulcimer part, then a flute improvisation.

And another new video: Timothy's composition 'Paintbrush Canyon.'  Again, a duet with Ann Robinson on Celtic harp.  The studio audio recording with Ann (and with Timothy's guitar as well) is on the albums Hope from on High and Gentle Breeze Beneath the Trees.

June 10, 2014

We've just reached 125,000 copies of tapes and discs made!  Hurrah!

June 4, 2014

We've just sent out our latest e-newsletter!  You can read it here.

And our new blog post is about a very important philosophical point: Based on what?

June 2, 2014

Jamestown Rediscovery used our music again for one of their great videos about archaeology!  This time it's the medley that ends the album Virginia Wildlife: 'The Cuckoo's Nest/Redwing/Listen to the Mockingbird'.  The track they used is available on our website on the CD or as a download, here.

May 16, 2014

We've just lowered the prices of our CDs in this site!  Individual album CDs are only $12.00, and each of the CD combination sets has lowered in price as well.  Take a look at that in our store page!

May 14, 2014

We've just published a new blog post on how to compose using specially chosen clusters of notes --- a simple discussion about how anyone can come up with new music, with a focus on a couple of ideas Timothy worked with while developing the album Here on this Ridge!

April 30, 2014

Another new informal video today, and this one's also for Shenandoah National Park!  It's called 'Spring in the Gap,' and it's a short, lively tune somewhat similar to 'Old Joe Clark.'  The studio recordings of it --- with other instruments joining in --- are on the albums Here on this Ridge and Virginia Wildlife.

April 29, 2014

Today's new video: Timothy's original composition for Shenandoah National Park called 'Hazel River', about a hike along that stream to a waterfall by a cave in 1977 with Ro, Henry, and Cindy!  The studio version is on the albums Here on this Ridge and Common Wealth.

April 28, 2014

Another new video has been published!  This time it's an informal solo hammered dulcimer performance of 'Bass Fisherman's Reel,' a version of the fiddle tune 'Fisher's Hornpipe' Timothy specially adapted for the album Virginia Wildlife.

Also, the Virginia Gazette has published photos from the Art on the Square festival yesterday --- and Timothy's booth is photo number 2!

April 26, 2014

For Arbor Day we've published a new video of the solo hammered dulcimer composition 'Crabtree Falls' --- a wonderful Virginia waterfall named for the Crabapple tree!  It's also recorded on the album Sycamore Rapids.

April 24, 2014

The new blog post today tells of some of the experiences we've had with animals enjoying our music!

April 23, 2014

One store we are really excited has carried our CDs this past year is the gift shop at the Philmont Museum and Ernest Thompson Seton Library at Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico, where Timothy was a Ranger in the early 1970's for four years.  IWTGBTP!!

And a recent Virginia Water Radio webcast featured our composition 'Hazel River' as they discussed rivers that originate on the Blue Ridge and head toward the sea.  The track is on the two albums Here On This Ridge and Common Wealth.

The previous week, April 7, Virginia Water Radio released an episode about fishing that featured our piece 'Bass Fisherman's Reel' from the album Virginia Wildlife, and the track includes the casting and reeling of our friend Sid Allison!

April 16, 2014

Our new blog post is a description of how the arrangement was done for the new video of the rare folk hymn 'Behold the Lamb of God' for Holy Week.  There's a .pdf of a 'lead sheet' of the melody, suggested chords, and words, too!

April 15, 2014

Today we feature one of the best acoustic music stores in America, that has carried our Civil War CD Tenting on the Old Camp Ground --- Gary & Toni Sager's Prussia Valley Dulcimers in Ohio!

April 5, 2014

New blog post: How I arranged the folk hymn 'There Is a Fountain'.

April 4, 2014

Jamestown Rediscovery has just posted a video retrospective commemorating their twenty years of exciting archaeology, and they've used our composition 'Forest Succession: Chestnut to Chestnut Oak' from our album Sycamore Rapids!  The audio track is especially appropriate in that it is intended to express movement through time.

April 3, 2014

Featured shops today are at Hawks Nest State Park, Ansted, West Virginia, on the fabulous New River Gorge!

April 2, 2014

A new video just posted is a new performance of Timothy's distinctive arrangement of 'There Is a Fountain (Cleansing Fountain)' for solo hammered dulcimer in a similar way to the audio track on his album Cleansing Fountain.

Today's featured store is the official Bookshop of the Harpers Ferry Historical Association, the non-profit supporting the premier park Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in West Virginia!

April 1, 2014

A new video, the first of two versions of a new arrangement, is for the Lenten and Easter seasons: 'When I Survey the Wondrous Cross,' by Lowell Mason and Isaac Watts.

And the second version is similar but different in many details.

We are definitely serious (this April Fool's Day) about a wild, wonderful place that carries our CDs and where Timothy has given many concerts: the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center in the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia, in the Monongahela National Forest.  Timothy was born in the state when his dad was Chief of Fisheries.  (His dad had the beloved Spruce Knob Lake built.)  Tim and Ro had their honeymoon nearby at Canaan Valley State Park, and the family has frequented the area periodically for many decades.  Join Timothy Labor Day weekend when he's performing there next!  (Details soon.)

March 31, 2014

Today we feature a store that carries our CDs that is the place to go for instruments: Song of the Wood, in Black Mountain, North Carolina, east of Asheville a little ways.  It's run by one of the greatest builders (and players) of hammered dulcimers and bowed psalteries, Jerry Read Smith, and his sister JoAnn Smith.  They have an impressive variety of brands and models on display, and they're great folks to deal with and know!

March 28, 2014

A fine museum shop in Nashville that carries our CDs is featured today: The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson!

March 27, 2014

Today we feature a really fine store that  carries our CD Cleansing Fountain: the Eastern National Bookstore at the Southern Highland Craft Guild Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville, North Carolina, in the midst of some of the most marvelous mountains in the eastern US!  In 2007 we collaborated with Eastern National, the Parkway, and the FRIENDS of the Blue Ridge Parkway, to make this album.

And there's a new blog post for hammered dulcimer players: 'Making good use of a dulcimer's suede hammers!'

March 26, 2014

Featured store today that has our CDs: the General Store at historic Michie Tavern near Charlottesville, Virginia!

The event at Kingspoint community here in Williamsburg, Virginia on May 17 has a nice promotional page for our music today!

March 25, 2014

New video today: the old fiddle tune 'Soldier's Joy' done in Timothy's whimsical rhythmic way!

And another wonderful shop that carries our CDs: President James Monroe's home, Ash Lawn-Highland, near Charlottesville, Virginia!  (It's owned and operated by Timothy's alma mater, the College of William & Mary in Virginia, where he stayed in James Monroe dorm for three years!)

March 24, 2014

The great shop we feature today where our CDs are available: Loft Mountain Wayside, on the Skyline Drive in the incomparable Shenandoah National Park!

March 23, 2014

We've just posted a new video of a rare old Appalachian folk hymn in a new dramatic arrangement to hammered dulcimer: Lancaster (O Glorious Hope of Perfect Love) with information and Wesley's lyrics in the text area below the video.

March 21, 2014

We've just published the last new video in the series of five Celtic tunes on hammered dulcimer for St. Patrick's week: 'Brian Boru's March'!  The studio version of this arrangement with several other improvising instruments joining in, is on our album Jamestown: On the Edge of a Vast Continent, where its additional title is 'Raising James Fort'.

Today we feature stores that have long carried our CDs at the wonderful Hungry Mother State Park near Marion, Virginia!  For many years Timothy has enjoyed performing outdoor concerts there, getting to play his many nature, Parks, and outdoor recreation themed compositions.

March 20, 2014

Today we've posted the fourth video in the series of five for Saint Patrick's week: a personal favorite to play for the past 25 years!  It's an ever-spontaneous arrangement with room for many detail and mood changes, so this version of 'Planxty Irwin' by Turlough O'Carolan is one moment in time captured!  The Youtube video's text area has more discussion of Timothy's approach to this exquisite Irish air.  A studio recording of this piece from 1998 (in a different key, on a different dulcimer) is on the album Celebration of Centuries.

And today's featured store is a beautiful cabin built by the Civilian Conservation Corps at mile 24.1 of the Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park, the Elkwallow Wayside!  The photo of Timothy with his instruments (taken by his brother Lowell Seaman) in the booklet of the album Here On This Ridge is at the Elkwallow Picnic Ground in front of a similar building.

March 19, 2014

The third new video in a series of five for Saint Patrick's week has just been posted: a solo hammered dulcimer adaptation of the Irish tune 'Scully's Reel'!

Today we feature the Heritage Preservation Center museum shop in Wytheville, Virginia, also the site of one of Timothy's favorite concert evenings a few years ago!

March 18, 2014

Featured today is a fine historical site that has our CDs: Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest, in Forest, Virginia, between Lynchburg and Bedford.

March 16, 2014

Jamestown Rediscovery has just released a short video of aerial views of the original Jamestown fort site of 1607 side-by-side with views of the movie set from The New World --- and effectively used our music 'Hiking in the Highland Firs' from the album Sycamore Rapids!

March 14, 2014

We've just posted a new video, another Celtic favorite: 'The Ash Grove,' from Wales.  In the text area of the Youtube posting there's a lot more information.

Today's featured store that carries our CDs is the Virginia's Explore Park Visitor Center, on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Roanoke!

March 13, 2014

A gift shop that has had our Virginia nature CDs for many years: Occoneechee State Park Visitor Center, near Clarksville, Virginia, on the beautiful Kerr Reservoir! 

March 12, 2014

Timothy has published a new video of one of his own compositions: 'Big Meadows Twilight' for Shenandoah National Park in Virginia!  This is a live solo performance of the piece that was originally recorded for the album Quiet in the Meadow and also included in the Parks compilation Common Wealth.

And one of the wonderful rustic places you can get the Quiet in the Meadow CD is the Big Meadows Wayside, in the Park!

The new blog post today discusses how the melody 'Big Meadows Twilight' came to be and how it was developed on the hammered dulcimer.  It includes a link to the new video as well as photos and sheet music!

March 11, 2014

One of the very fine locations where you can find our CDs is the Peaks of Otter Lodge, right on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Bedford, Virginia!  When you're passing through, dining, or staying at the lodge, check out the Peaks of Otter Lodge Gift Shop!  The CD that's focused on in this store is the one Timothy made specifically for the Blue Ridge Parkway, Cleansing Fountain.

Also, the CD Gentle Breeze Beneath the Trees with the new alternative cover is available on this website!  You can look at the nature-themed cover here.

March 10, 2014

Our latest e-newsletter has just gone out!  If you'd like to read it, here it is.

One of the great locations where our CDs are carried is the Skyland Lodge Gift Shop in the central section of Shenandoah National Park.  Originally run by George Freeman Pollack in the early 20th Century, this rustic resort became a special destination within the National Park after Pollack convinced the Federal Government to establish and protect the marvelous place.

March 7, 2014

In the northern section of Shenandoah National Park is the classic CCC-built Dickey Ridge Visitor Center, one of several sites in that wonderful park that carry our CDs.  It's jointly run by the Park Service and the non-profit Shenandoah National Park Association (who also sell Here on This Ridge in their online store).

March 6, 2014

A truly wonderful rustic place, Big Meadows Lodge in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, has a fine and friendly gift shop with Park themed items, and our CDs are among them.  When you're up at the Park, make sure you stop in there!  (They have a fine restaurant, too, overlooking the vast panorama of Page Valley.)

March 5, 2014

Today we feature one of our favorite places in all Virginia: the Byrd Visitor Center at Big Meadows in Shenandoah National Park!  You can sample our CD Here on This Ridge that was produced for that very place, while looking out over the wonderful high mountain meadow!  Run jointly by the Shenandoah National Park Association and the Park personnel, this is one fine shop and information center!

March 4, 2014

Featured store today that has carried our Parks & nature themed CDs for many years: the gift shop at Sky Meadows State Park near Paris, in Northern Virginia --- one of the most wonderful parks to visit in the whole region!  Timothy has performed there a number of times in various settings.

March 3, 2014

Today the fine shop we feature is in Winchester, Virginia: the Museum Store of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, which has carried our CDs for many years!

March 1, 2014

Featured store today that carries our CDs is in Northern Virginia: the Grapevine Bookstore run by Vienna Presbyterian Church in Vienna, VA.  Timothy has enjoyed playing music there several times in recent years, returning to the church of his youth!

February 28, 2014

Today's featured store is in Manassas, Virginia, near the famous battlefield: Echoes, the Museum Store of the Manassas Museum!

February 27, 2014

Featured store today that has our CDs: the DAR Museum Shop in Washington, DC!

February 26, 2014

Today's featured store that carries our CDs is a fine destination shop run by Colonial Williamsburg: Williamsburg Celebrations!

February 25, 2014

Live music is great, but recordings are multipliers!  The new blog post tells of Timothy's 'eureka' moment in 1979 when he realized the power of recording.

And today's featured store that carries our CDs is one of the Historic Triangle's favorite local restaurants, the Carrot Tree in Yorktown.  The Yorktown location is in the process of moving a couple of blocks from one great historic location to another, but here's an article about the move!  (Their website is temporarily down for updating.)

February 24, 2014

Today we feature the shop in a fine, gracious hotel in Colonial Williamsburg, the Williamsburg Lodge, which carries our CDs.

February 22, 2014

And happy George Washington's Birthday!  Another great Colonial estate, of course, is Washington's family dwelling, Mount Vernon, on the Potomac River near Alexandria, Virginia.  The Mount Vernon Gift Shop is one of the fine places that carries our CDs.

Today we feature the shop that carries our CDs at a fantastic early Colonial  home: Preservation Virginia's Bacon's Castle in Surry County!

February 21, 2014

Our CD Gentle Breeze Beneath the Trees with the alternate cover (kayaking theme) has arrived here!  We plan very soon to have it available for ordering through this website.  We'll let you know when that's set up!  In the meantime, of course you can still download it or order the one with the baby-theme cover.

Featured gift shop today that carries our CDs: the Williamsburg Inn, a matchless high-level hotel in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia!

February 20, 2014

Today's shop is in Gloucester, Virginia, a unique, helpful, and friendly place called Angelwing Stationers!

February 19, 2014

Featured shop today is in Colonial National Historical Park in Yorktown, Virginia: the museum store at the Battlefield Visitor Center!

February 18, 2014

Today we feature one of the finest stores that has long carried our CDs: Colonial Williamsburg's Craft House in Merchants' Square!

February 17, 2014

Another fine store that has carried our CDs for a long time: the Pineapple Gift Shop in Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center!

February 15, 2014

Today's featured store that has our CDs is in elegant Merchants' Square next to Colonial Williamsburg's restored area: Everything Williamsburg!

February 14, 2014

Featured store today: a great destination shop on Jamestown Island, in Colonial National Historical Park (the original site of the fort in 1607): Historic Jamestowne, run by APVA Preservation Virginia.  They've long carried our CDs, and the specialty one of course is Jamestown: on the Edge of a Vast Continent!

February 13, 2014

New video today: 'Mairi's Wedding' on solo hammered dulcimer in Timothy's own unique improvisational style!  A studio recording including Ardie Boggs on Celtic harp can be found on the album Virginia Wildlife.

February 13, 2014

We've uploaded another new video of solo hammered dulcimer: 'We Hung our Harps the Willow Trees Upon,' a medley of two rare Appalachian folk hymn tunes from the shape-note tradition, using Timothy's unique dramatic arrangement techniques.  It's one of his favorites to play, and he opens with this selection in many of his concerts.

Today's featured shop that has long carried our CDs: Williamsburg General Store, a distinctive and interesting destination shopping place that has amazing variety!

February 12, 2014

Today we feature a wonderful destination store that has carried our CDs for about a decade: the Jamestown Settlement Gift Shop in Jamestown, Virginia!  They collaborated with us in 2006 to make our CD Jamestown: On the Edge of a Vast Continent for the 400th anniversary.

February 11, 2014

We've just posted a new video: the Civil War tunes 'Lorena' and 'Home! Sweet Home!' in medley. (Put together here because they're two of the most banned songs in the soldiers' camps because they inspired desertions!)  The studio versions of these, in different medleys, are on the album Tenting on the Old Campground.

Today's featured wonderful store: the Gallery at York Hall, Yorktown, Virginia, that carries the finest in local works --- truly an excellent selection --- and has long had our CDs!

February 10, 2014

Featured store that has long had our CDs, a premier destination gift shop in Colonial Williamsburg near the Hennage Auditorium where Timothy has often performed: the shop in the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg!

February 9, 2014

For hammered dulcimer players, the new blog post brings a discussion of how to use four-note chord rolls to good effect in the melody 'All Through the Night' --- complete with a video and a .pdf of sheet music with diagrams!

February 8, 2014

Special featured store today!  A magnificent destination bookstore at Colonial Williamsburg's Visitor Center: Williamsburg Booksellers.  They have long carried our CDs, and Timothy frequently performs and signs CDs in the front.  When in Williamsburg, Virginia, make sure you check out this excellent place!

February 7, 2014

A great local music store is featured today --- one that has long serviced Timothy's flute and sold his CDs: Amory Music in Jamestown, Virginia!

February 6, 2014

Timothy's new video on Youtube: the great Welsh air 'All Through the Night' (Ar Hyd Y Nos) on solo hammered dulcimer, played similarly to the track on his album Quiet in the Meadow.

February 6, 2014

Today's special store has also carried our CDs for 23 years --- Wild Birds Unlimited, Williamsburg, VA!  Our friends George and Valerie Copping cater to the nature-loving crowd with countless practical and beautiful items, great bird seed, and our music!

February 5, 2014

Featured store today has carried our CDs for 23 years!  It's one of the finest art decor shops in the country, A Touch of Earth in Lightfoot, Virginia, run by our friends Paul Pittman and Lianne Lurie.

February 4, 2014

We've now reached 124,000 copies of tapes and discs made (plus countless downloads)!  Watch for availability soon of the second version of cover art for our CD Gentle Breeze Beneath the Trees.

Today we feature a great art shop in Hampton, Virginia, that carries our CDs: The Blue Skies Gallery!

February 3, 2014

Today's featured store that sells our CDs: The museum shop at the distinguished Mariners Museum in Newport News, Virginia, home of the USS Monitor artifacts, where they carry our album of Civil War music Tenting on the Old Camp Ground!

February 1, 2014

We love to visit Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge this time of year, when there are no bugs or crowds!  Their Visitor Center gift shop has long carried our nature-theme CDs.

January 31, 2014

Third in the series of blog posts on hammered dulcimer arranging is up now: Grace notes, walk-downs, separated hands, and more!

Today's featured fine art shop that has long carried our CDs: Peninsula Fine Arts Center Gallery Shop, in Newport News, VA!

January 30, 2014

The new blog post is the second in a series of three for hammered dulcimer players: simple methods for arranging a tune, part 2!

Today's featured specialty shop that carries our CDs:  The Virginia Store in Hampton, VA!

January 29, 2014

New blog post for hammered dulcimer players: the first of three that list and discuss simple methods of arranging a tune!

Featured store that has a listening station for our CDs: Wild Things Museum Store at the Virginia Living Museum, Newport News!

January 28, 2014

Today's featured fine store that carries our CDs: All About Virginia and More, in Suffolk, VA!

January 27, 2014

Today's blog post, 'Worth: inherent or in a context', talks about music, but also more broadly about an important aspect of all parts of our lives:  How do you judge the worth of someone or something?  Where does value reside?  Read here!

January 22, 2014

Jamestowne Rediscovery has recently published a video about their high school student archaeological program, with our music in the background: 'Cumberland Gap' with Dwight Diller's banjo and Timothy's hammered dulcimer, from the album Virginia Wildlife.  Have a watch!

 

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