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 & […]
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 […]
This is one of Vi’s favorite old-time tunes, and crosses several different genres from old-timey Ozark style to Texas style, and even to bluegrass. The version in this lesson is on the beginner level….
by Linda Ratcliff Your Thanksgiving dinner will not be complete without sharing these jokes! What kind of music did the Pilgrims like? Plymouth Rock! Why did the guys let the sweet potato join the band? So they could have a yam session! What is the most musical part of the turkey? The drumsticks! Have […]
by Steve Eulberg Vi Wickam has created a new Fiddle Lesson for the Scottish tune Miss McLeod’s Reel. that he and I like to play in our duo Fiddle Whamdiddle. I have already created a mountain dulcimer lesson in the Galax style for this tune on DulcimerCrossing here. You can also watch a couple of […]