Thank you KeMe! Your words mean a lot to me and I'm so happy it had that effect on you. Hugs are the best.KeMe wrote:
Great job, Tubbers!!!
I love this piece of music because it has such a cheerful melody.
When I was listening to you play this piece I could just see you sitting in a living room playing for a very delighted little 4 or 5 year old girl. As she listens for a bit, she begins to dance, turning and bowing, making dainty little steps on her tippy toes.
The two of you are having a wonderful time and give each other a big hug right after that last chord.
Thank you for this beautiful scene and thank you for sharing your music with us . As you might notice, I really have enjoyed listening to your performance tonight.
Thanks AO.AO wrote:Nicely played tubbers, sorry to hear about your father but I guess that was a while ago now. My kids are also not interested in anything I do, I hope one of my boys will find some interest someday. AO.
Thanks Danny. Yes, it was one of those 'late in life' things I decided to try. I had first wanted to play a Dobro but as I listened to more and more styles of guitar music the classical really hit me the hardest. I've had my ups and downs with it but I feel now that I will be playing for the rest of my life and not too many days go by when I don't play.drunningw wrote:Beautifully played. I am glad that you finally found your way to the classic guitar.
I tend to agree and I will be posting more soon.Sounds like the spirit of your father lives on. Well done, and more please.