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American Old Time Tunes for Dulcimer, Volume 1 By Mark Gilston
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Dulcimer virtuoso Mark Gilston presents music and dulcimer tablature for 40 American old time fiddle tunes from his CD's, including 19 of the tunes on "Grandad's Favorite".
American Old Time Tunes for Dulcimer, Volume 1 By Mark Gilston
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Dulcimer virtuoso Mark Gilston presents music and dulcimer tablature for 40 American old time fiddle tunes from his CD's, including 19 of the tunes on "Grandad's Favorite".
More American Old Time Tunes for Dulcimer (The YouTube Videos) By Mark Gilston
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Mountain dulcimer virtuoso Mark Gilston presents dulcimer tablature and music for 40 American old time tunes from his popular YouTube videos.
More American Old Time Tunes for Dulcimer (The YouTube Videos) By Mark Gilston
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Mountain dulcimer virtuoso Mark Gilston presents music and dulcimer tablature for 40 American old time fiddle tunes from his popular YouTube videos.
Family Album By Matt Addis
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A piece in time. A collection of old photographs from a family long ago; long gone and long forgotten.
The Hole in the Wall By John Ralston
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Discovering a mysterious hole in the side of a mountain on their island, two cats enter a strange underground world. Drawn in a turn-of-the-last-century pen and ink and watercolor style, and with an... More > introduction by David Lasky, author of "Don't Forget This Song". The Hole in the Wall was part of John C. Ralston's A Year in Comics project, and was previously only viewable on Top Shelf Comics 2.0. This edition has been cleaned up and reformatted, and you can hold it in your hands.< Less
The Hole in the Wall By John Ralston
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Discovering a mysterious hole in the side of a mountain on their island, two cats enter a strange underground world. Drawn in a turn-of-the-last-century pen and ink and watercolor style, and with an... More > introduction by David Lasky, author of "Don't Forget This Song". The Hole in the Wall was part of John C. Ralston's A Year in Comics project, and was previously only viewable on Top Shelf Comics 2.0. This edition has been cleaned up and reformatted, and you can hold it in your hands.< Less
Stanley Stokes: The Story and the Songs God Gave Me By S.A. Miller
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In this autobiography, Stanley Stokes tells of his early life, his faith, and his family. It's real, honest, and inspiring. Over Stanley's eighty years, he has written more than thirty Christian... More > songs. These country Gospel songs are included in leadsheet form, and are especially suitable for guitar players. S.A. Miller, Stokes' grandson, helped make this family keepsake a possibility, and recorded five original songs by Stanley Stokes on a companion music cd.< Less
Stanley Stokes: The Story and the Songs God Gave Me By S.A. Miller
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In this autobiography, Stanley Stokes tells of his early life, his faith, and his family. It's real, honest, and inspiring. Over Stanley's eighty years, he has written more than thirty Christian... More > songs. These country Gospel songs are included in leadsheet form, and are especially suitable for guitar players. S.A. Miller, Stokes' grandson, helped make this family keepsake a possibility, and recorded five original songs by Stanley Stokes on a companion music cd.< Less
From the Earth to the Moon By Jules Verne
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Like much classic science fiction and fantasy writing, Jules Verne's novel From the Earth to the Moon seems comically anachronistic: a group of Civil War vets, who are still wistful about the glories... More > of battle, devise a giant space gun to blast a manned capsule to the moon. But for as old-timey as it seems, much of the author's speculation actually matches the realities of the Apollo program a hundred years later, such as the name of the gun, the Columbiad, and the location of the launch site in Florida. Who knows whether they named the rocket after the gun, but it's interesting to ponder. More examples of how life imitates art, or how art predicts reality, can be gleaned from Verne's book From the Earth to the Moon. Witness people today who long for the good old days, such as the copper and leather fashions of the Steampunks. And secondly, how his book predicts the US Military Industrial Complex. Spooky!< Less