by Linda Ratcliff Are you tired of practicing the same old tunes? Try a new tune. Learning fuels creativity, refines skills, and is satisfying when you finally “get it.” – Linda Ratcliff We have a new lesson for our hammered dulcimer students called Su La Li. This lullaby is taught by Steve Eulberg, and was composed by Bonnie […]
By Linda Ratcliff The Barlow knife design dates back 400 years, and is a type of folding pocket knife that features double or single blades that open at one end only. The knife-style bears the name of a man named Barlow of Sheffield, England, one of the earliest and most famous makers. This knife has […]
by Linda Ratcliff I’m not weird . . . I’m a limited edition musician! When you finally pack your new dulcimer in the bag, load it in the car, and find your way to your first jam session, you’re going to find out that not everyone plays the same way you do. As a matter […]
by Linda Ratcliff If you ever strum the wrong note, or strike the wrong string with your hammers … just tell them you were playing the jazz version. – Linda Ratcliff The Perfect Wrong Note My 16-year-old grandson plays the saxophone in his band at school, and he was telling me about trying out last […]
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…This quote from Judy Klinkhammer comes to mind: “What a curse it is, that the only thing you ever do is exactly what you choose to do.” – Judy Klinkhammer Judy was an amazing fixture in the community of Mountain View, Arkansas, bringing and treasuring the mountain dulcimer in this northeast corner of the Ozark […]