by Steve Eulberg We are excited to announce that we have a new Fiddle Lesson posted on DulcimerCrossing.com. The 8th of January is a tune that was written to celebrate and commemorate Andrew Jackson’s victory over the British in the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812. This tune appears on Steve & […]
Welcome to Owl Mountain Music
Dedicated to helping people sing their soul.
Steve Eulberg stands within the tradition of handmade, acoustic, home-grown music, giving life to old songs and tunes and songs by passing them on. He also stretches the boundaries of musical instrumentation by playing jazz, blues and bossa nova on traditional instruments.
He brings virtuosity and surprise to performance and thoughtful songwriting which utilize humor, bringing new perspectives to embrace the broken lives and tattered fringes of life and re-weave them into strands of hope.
The warm vibrations and resonance of wood & strings inspire a hope he is compelled to share with audiences.The hammered dulcimer is present in cultures across the globe, the mountain dulcimer has crossed cultural boundaries to be adopted by people outside of its origins.
There is an ancestral resonance that people feel when hearing these instruments which brings a human tribal unity to those in the audience.
San Mateo Bridge for Dulcimer Ensemble
Not My Monkey CD Download
Featuring Steve Eulberg & Vi Wickam (Fiddle Whamdiddle) Fiddle and dulcimers
Steve Eulberg: smile-inducing, toe-tapping, folkgrass
2019 Steve Eulberg with Erin Mae Lewis & Vi Wickam, Colorado Dulcimer Festival:
2018 Papa-Daughter Concert-Valdez, Alaska
A New Year is like a blank book, and your dulcimer is in your hands.It is your chance to write a beautiful story for yourself. By Linda Ratcliff New Year’s Resolutions for DulcimeristsThe New Year is coming up in just a few days, and now is the perfect time to make some musical resolutions! As […]
by Steve Eulberg Hi folks! This post is music-related but not dulcimer-specific. I have had a Patreon Project going since January of 2015. This fall I decided that I wanted to put together some one-month class offerings that would let people take a single class with daily lessons to work on a specific skill, figuring […]