Steven Wright Clarkson | The Vinedresser

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The Vinedresser

by Steven Wright Clarkson

Solo acoustic mandolin responding to John 15:1-10
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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Feedback from various sources:

One fellow mandolin player says "the music is some of the most beautiful mandolin music I have ever heard. Gorgeous melodies and beautifully played."

"Very pretty tune and one sweet mandolin! Really has a pure, articulate tone."

"Thanks for sending me "Time for Joy". I think it might be one of your best works to date. I've listened to it several times."

"Thanks Steve. (name withheld) and I liked this and the bath one you sent yesterday. It was a great description, and I think the music reflected what was going on. I'm really glad you're able to spend time with your kids!"

(Your music is) "serene and introspective."

"I much prefer what you are doing with your music to most of the ways organized religion represents itself in today's world."

Adam Harrington from the UKs WhisperinandHollerin says "...Clarkson's playing is just as soothing to jaded adult ears as it is to the wide-eyed perspective of the diaper crowd. "OK, One More Kiss" and "Don't Let the Bed Bugs Bite" have dreamy, lush textures; Clarkson's mandolin has a hypnotic, easygoing pull that creates a peaceful nighttime vibe."

Concerning "Peace be with you" - "I'm glad you had an ambitious day because I really like this one. I agree with you that this key (although I wouldn't have known what to call it) is particularly nice (Gminor) and well suited for the instrument and your tune."

"I certainly hope you realize how you made me a better person at Duke and continue to do so now."

Concerning my music (not really mine as I am a bondservant of Christ and everything is His) - "This is beautiful" - simple, yet I really appreciate it.

" is really nice to listen to and it puts me in a meditative state..."


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