Christmas is coming, and you’re probably thinking about what to buy your children for Christmas. What about a mountain dulcimer? If you’ve already gotten everyone a dulcimer, what about a 6 month membership to Dulcimer Crossing? It’s time to start thinking about these things, since it’s almost that time of year again! Or you might […]
by Steve Eulberg Across many Christian worship traditions, tunes from Welsh composers are favorites. The Ash Grove comes to mind, but from my survey, when researching and writing my book Dulcimer-Friendly Worship, Vol 1: the season of Advent, the tune that won the popularity contest of being the setting for so many hymns in so […]
by Steve Eulberg We are excited to announce a new Hammered Dulcimer lesson for our subscribers: Higgedy Jig A fun jig, this tune was composed by Steve’s fiddling buddy, Vi Wickam for his 2012 Fiddle Tune A Day video series. Here he plays the tune for Day 181. Together Steve and Vi are Fiddle Whamdiddle. […]
Linda Ratcliff & Steve Eulberg If you want to play your Appalachian mountain dulcimer in the old traditional style, you will use a noter on the melody string(s), leaving the other 2 strings open to create a drone sound. We have developed several lessons that use a “noter,” so we decided to add a new […]
Have you ever been to a jam session and wondered how many times they’re going to repeat….
Here’s another new thing we’re doing…