Mountain House

  1. crisscross
    Another beautiful waltz by Jay and Molly, that I tried to play on my A oval-hole mandolin and my classical guitar:

    Sheet music, ABC and chords:
  2. dustyamps
    Really nice playing and recording, congratulations.
  3. Ginny Aitchison
    Ginny Aitchison
    I love this melody. Think I'll give it a go. Keeping in mind I am slower than everyone else. Lovely playing CC, with just the right amount of tremolo.
  4. John Kelly
    John Kelly
    Another fine effort, Christian. Thanks for link to the music too - as Ginny says, one to try.
  5. Ginny Aitchison
    Ginny Aitchison
    Maybe a do-together John...?
  6. John Kelly
    John Kelly
    Just what I was thinking, Ginny.
  7. Frithjof
    Another nice waltz, Christian.
    Iím looking forward to your collaboration, Ginny and John.
  8. Gelsenbury
    Really nice! And your multi-track technique has become very good too. It sounds very natural, like a live duo.
  9. crisscross
    Thanks to every one! I read somwhere, that the tune was composed for the 125th anniversary of Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, New York:
    But that was after I had made my generic Mountain House video...
  10. crisscross
    Yesterday, I put together a video with pictures of Mohonk Mountain House, its founders and surroundings.
    For a little musical diversity, I played the mandolin part on my bowlback:
  11. Ginny Aitchison
    Ginny Aitchison
    I like both versions CC - and I like the pics from both too. One has cool looking cabins in the mountains and one has history and then a giant spa castle (I looked it up after your previous comment) Tonally I think I like the first one better. But both are excellent.
  12. John Kelly
    John Kelly
    Another fine effort, CC. I thought I would have a go, having listened to the tune and really enjoyed it. My version is played on mandolin, electric and acoustic guitars and an actual bass guitar this time! Pictures of Loch Loskin, my favourite little loch very near my home.

  13. crisscross
    Sounds very beautiful John!
    You seem to live in idyllic surroundings...
  14. Frithjof
  15. Ginny Aitchison
    Ginny Aitchison
    Very nice John. I still have our duet version to put up soon too.
  16. Robert Balch
    Robert Balch
    Well done John!
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