Snarkhunter’s eight comments

  • Re: missing

    On the Chesapeake, Em, it means the last 2 good months of sailing (unless you go completely bonkers & frostbite-campaign your boat) )-: more…

  • Re: Learning a tune at a workshop

    The workshop I've been going to for the past couple of years is a play-by-ear workshop at Harpers Ferry, WV, US. Mornings are spent learning new tunes, afternoons having a go at new instruments for a break or doing your own thang, evenings reviewing, the... more…

  • Re: What do you sound like?

    Before or after my morning coffee? (-; more…

  • Re: Sessions ARE public performances?

    This entire thread has been quite a public performance (-; more…

  • Re: Renaissance Faires & ITM

    Re: Crums--I made my tenor from a Wood kit, and the tuning is, um, delicate. Haven't tried to crum-erize any ITM tchunes yet, but the next time I need a lark. . . . more…

  • Re: Renaissance Faires & ITM

    Highland Sun: unless the consensus has changed in the past 20 years, 1485 is too early, certainly for the arts. And in music, 1603 is too soon; Gibbons kicked it in 1625 & is emphatically a Renaissance musician. Not to mention Dowland, Brade, etc. more…

  • Re: Renaissance Faires & ITM

    Try *making* a crumhorn sometime (-: more…

  • I know this one from Maggie Sansome's =Mist and Stone=. She medleys it with Shelder Geo & Sleep Soond Ida Morning, a nice combination. It lays very nicely on my piano dulcimer. more…