Fellowship around the arts has the ability to bring us together by starting a conversation (if we make the effort).
At another festival down town he started the set with a hat, shirt, tie, and pants by the end of the set, he had on a neck tie and boxer shorts.
The girl dished the line to tell Kenzie Coyne how much she loved the music. The interaction between them was priceless!
It is common that most people do not know about our music. Even Vietnamese barely know about our own cultural instruments. There is very little exposure.
When you are on the stage, people expect you to play.
This was a concert that was more than singing and playing instruments in excellence. It was ministry in excellence. “Just to think that He did it all for me” …. Enough said.
My favorite song of the sing along is the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah.
It is the precursor of the piano and the harpsichord. Someone said the dulcimer is a piano on standard transmission. You don’t have the keys. You are hitting directly on the piano wires with the hammers.