Many-Strings celebrates the beauty and peacefulness of Big Sur with a music video. Photography and recording by Many-Strings, San Diego, CA. Jamie: hammered dulcimer, Chris: video, keyboards, and guitar.Click here to view
A music video by many-strings. "Caspian Lake" was composed by Ken Kolodner. Recorded music by many-strings. Filmed in La Jolla and Pacific Beach, California.
Jamie: hammered dulcimer, Chris: photography, keyboards and guitar. Many-Strings, San Diego, CA
A music video made from photos of our bike ride around Ireland. Music: Many-Strings performing O'Carolan's Dream.Click here to view
A musical and visual painting of our May experience of Bryce National Park.Click here to view
Music: Jamie on the hammered dulcimer
A short film reflecting our experience of Zion National Park...our photos and Many-String's recording of Amazing Grace for an amazing canyon!Click here to view
Spring 2017 in Yosemite. Lots of water, steps, and notes.Click here to view
All photography and movie construction done with an iPhone,
Music: O'Carolan's Fanny Po'er from our Notes in the Village CD.
San Jacinto, Sierra's, and Cascades...Photography by Chris, Music by Many-Strings. Song: Apples in Winter (traditional.)Click here to view
A few photos from our holiday on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.Click here to view
Music: Jamie, solo hammered dulcimer "The Ash Grove."
A music video of our steps around Sedona. Music (inspired by traditional melodies) and photos by Many-Strings.Click here to view
A day in Balboa ParkClick here to view
Featured music: 1) The Balboa Tower carillon, 2) Many-Strings' "Carol of the Bells" (December Notes CD,) and 3) Carol Williams and Annelle Gregory at the Spreckel's Organ performing "Dragon Dance" by Carol Williams.
A video featuring resonating vibrations by the Rev. Mark R. Mobley (Teacher, Sound Healer, Empath) and the beauty of Borrego Palm Canyon. (More information on Mr. Mobley can be found at theartofresonance.net.)Click here to view
Flowers, flowers, flowers...A 2019 special!Click here to view
Photography and sound track by Many-Strings.
Melodies inspired by Native American melodies from Shoreline Medleys and Motifs project.
Video by Many-Strings of the sculptures in Borrego Springs. The art was designed by Dennis Avery and created by Ricardo Breceda. Music and photos by Many-Strings, San Diego, CA.Click here to view
Palms and Canyons: photography and film by Chris. Music: The Heron Carol (personal arrangement.)Click here to view
A day on the water....on the California, with the Star of India, the America, and the San Salvador...blue, breezy and perfect!Click here to view
Images of the Star paired with a musical medley by Many-Strings, featuring colonial and early American melodies.Click here to view
A sunny day on the San Salvador. Photos: from my phone, sound track from Many-Strings' CD "Shoreline Medleys and Motifs." (Second slide from the last from the San Diego Maritime Museum.)Click here to view
A short film featuring the beautiful fishing boats of Morro Bay and Santa Barbara harbors.Click here to view
Photography: an iPhone.
Music: Lord Inchiquin (Turlough O'Carolan) by Many-Strings (Notes in the Village CD.)
Thank you very much Dusty Strings, Blue Guitar and Countryman Microphones for such a great NAMM experience!Click here to view
Thank you Dusty Strings and Blue Guitar for such a great NAMM Show experience!Click here to view
For Taylor Guitars: the Swedish finger-style virtuoso: Gabriella Quevedo.Click here to view
And, for Elelstron: the wizardry of CENK.
Thank you and special appreciations to Sue and Ray of Dusty Strings, Ani of Pick-up-the-World, DPM and K&M for your attention to detail.Click here to view
Thank you Dusty Strings, Arthur Hull, and Remo Percussion for making this the best NAMM ever!
Many-Strings, San Diego, CA.
A few moments from a vey busy and diversified tour of the NAMM show. Jamie at Dusty Strings on their beautiful NAMM Show hammered dulcimer.Click here to view
Video by Many-Strings of sculptures in Borrego Springs. The art was designed by Dennis Avery and created by Ricardo Breceda. Music and photos by Many-Strings.com, San Diego, CA.Click here to view