Hearts of the Dulcimer - Newsletter #16  July 2015

HOTD Podcast Episode #002: Joni Mitchell's Dulcimers with Joellen Lapidus & Rick Stone



In this episode two guests have two different personal stories about Joni Mitchell’s dulcimers. Joellen Lapidus, a luthier from Los Angeles tells the story of selling a dulcimer to Joni at the 1969 Big Sur Folk Festival. Rick Scott, a premiere dulcimer player from Canada, recalls being picked up by Joni while hitchhiking in Canada in 1971.
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See Hearts of the Dulcimer at McCabe's in Los Angeles!

We're happy that Hearts of the Dulcimer will be part of The Jean Ritchie Memorial and Legacy Concert & Film at McCabe’s in Santa Monica, California.

Sunday, August 2, 2015 @ 8 pm
3101 Pico Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Tickets are $20

Featured performers are Suzie Glaze and Joellen Lapidus. Proceeds will benefit Appalachian Voices in the name of Jean Ritchie.

Hearts of the Dulcimer is our statement of how important the dulcimer is in our culture. Unfortunately, this sentiment is seldom expressed in the popular media. That's why we invested our time, energy, and money to create this film.

If you've already purchased a Hearts of the Dulcimer DVD, we thank you! By buying a DVD, you're helping to spread the love of the dulcimer as well as showing that the story of the dulcimer deserves to be told to a wider audience.

If you value the music and stories the dulcimer reveals, please consider supporting us by purchasing DVDs ...

for yourself, your friends, and family. By doing so, you are helping us recover the cost of making Hearts of the Dulcimer as well as helping to fund our next dulcimer film project. From the Pennsylvania Turnpike to the Appalachian Mountains to the Ozark Foothills and the California coastline, there are many more dulcimer stories that still need to be told. Together, we can bring these stories to life.
Patricia Delich & Wayne Jiang
Hearts of the Dulcimer Filmmakers
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