by Steve Eulberg Dulcimers as if Music Theory Matters Music Theory as if Dulcimers Matter Dulcimer Crossing will be offering something new for our Premium Members in 2020. We’ll begin with a 4-week special course taught by Erin Mae and Steve Eulberg on Thursdays. These will be hour-long, live, interactive sessions beginning at 4 pm PDT […]
by Steve Eulberg DulcimerCrossing is excited to announce the release of a new fiddle lesson by our own guru, Vi Wickam. Spotted Pony is a fun Old-Time Missouri fiddle tune. Vi introduces this tune below. We also have lessons for this tune for Mountain Dulcimers (Erin Mae) and (Butch Ross), and (Erin Mae & Steve […]
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 […]
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 …
Vi Wickam has provided us with a new lesson on DulcimerCrossing.com for the Fiddle Series. He and Steve play the tune at the Swingfingers studio above while recording for their duo, Fiddle Whamdiddle’s debut CD Old School Old-Time Cold Frosty Morning is a wonderful old tune in a minor mode. Take a look at Vi’s […]