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    Default Pregnancy Loss Month Project: Mandolin and some other instruments



    Hope Never Lost is a lovely tune written by hammered dulcimer player Matthew Dickerson in honor of his stillborn infant sister. I've been wanting to learn it for a while. For pregnancy loss month this year I worked out an arrangement for mandolin, bass recorder, trombone, and hammered dulcimer. Matthew kindly gave me permission to post a cover on YouTube. The images are taken from a journal I kept during our pregnancy loss journey, which turned into a book. The mandolin is a Fylde Single Malt.
    Fylde Single Malt Mandolin
    Fylde Touchstone Octave Mandolin
    Eastman MDA315 Mandola

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    Very pretty

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    Beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
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    Good arrangement. You did a great job. I've known this tune for a long time. It's been tormenting my soul. It's hard to imagine how a person feels who loses a child who hasn't even had time to be born. It seems almost impossible to me to have new children after such a situation.

    This is a reason for all expectant mothers to be cautious about their health before and during pregnancy. https://mother.com/stages-of-pregnancy/ on this site, learn something new for yourself about the stages of pregnancy. It's better to prevent any problems beforehand and know how to act in an unforeseen situation.

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