DulcimerCrossing is excited to announce a brand-new fingertyle lesson for advanced players in the DAC tuning on a standard mountain dulcimer. “We are excited to be offering this lesson in DAC tuning, which helps people expand both their skills and their repertoire,” Eulberg said from his studio. “In addition, this arrangement requires some specific skills […]
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 […]
We are excited to let you know about a new Master Class that Steve Eulberg developed for Mountain Dulcimer players.30 Days of Dulcimer Joy is a systematic approach, using progressive fingering patterns, in exercises to develop:
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 […]
Steve Eulberg has long been taken by this traditional American tune from Appalachia, collected and added to by John Jacob Niles. Here Steve introduces the tune and tells the story and describes how to tune for the Aeolian mode, in which this tune resides. Here is the lesson set. Subscribe to DulcimerCrossing.com to see the rest of the […]
Neal Hellman has been quite taken with these beautiful Italian tunes written in praise of Mary and shares with us the tune and his arrangement for Lauda di Maria Maddlena.
Here Neal demonstrates the tune:
Here is the lesson set.
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