by Steve Eulberg Dan Evans, English-dulcimer.com, recently explored this question from his own experience, and posed the question to (3) other professional musicians/scholars of his acquaintance and shared their responses and his conclusions in his blog. Dan is both a fingerstyle guitarist and a fingerstyle mountain dulcimer player. As you can see here, this is […]
chromatic mountain dulcimer
Have you ever been to a jam session and wondered how many times they’re going to repeat….
How Many Dulcimers is TOO Many Dulcimers? I recently watched a video …
We see the trophies, not the sweat.We see the diplomas, not the years of study and homework.We see outstanding performances, not the hours and hours of practice. by Linda Ratcliff The Iceberg Illusion I came across this illustration and it really resonated in my heart. There is this glamour around success that seems to appear […]
by Linda Racliff & Steve Eulberg As we’ve been watching all the dulcimer groups on Facebook, we have noticed the same question keeps popping up everywhere. People who are new to playing the dulcimer, and those who have just moved to a new community, are looking for a dulcimer club to join. Since EverythingDulcimer.com […]
by Steve Eulberg These questions get asked frequently so here is a guide to help you decode the chord symbols that you may often see above the musical notation: A Chord (by definition a triad) is made up of 3 specific pitches (1-3-5 steps of the scale.) A Chord Symbol is short hand for which […]