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….
Since appearing on the cover of Dulcimer Players News in 2002 (see above), Steve has been writing articles to share what he has learned with the dulcimer community….
by Steve Eulberg I was picking through my photo archives and was so delighted to uncover these photos! Tam Kearney was a mainstay in the Toronto folk music scene after growing up in Glasgow and then moving to Canada in the 1960s. Unfortunately for us, he passed in 2013. (Read Ian Robb‘s eulogy in SingOut! […]
by Steve Eulberg I was honored to be the American mountain dulcimer tutor for the Nonsuch Dulcimer Club’s Fall Festival in Malvern, England last month. Thanks to Geoff Reeve-Black, I was also able to see some historic mountain dulcimers from his collection that I am pleased to show to you here: This one was built […]
“Hi, this is Steve Eulberg with another Habit for Your…. ….well, it’s not exactly a Habit, it’s an announcement: For people who are developing their Habits for a Healthy Music Habitat. My patrons, on Patreon, have been able to support me so that I can finish this collection in a digitized fashion. Southern Harmony shape-note […]
by Steve Eulberg It is always exciting to uncover or bump into another dulcimer sighting, in the course of one’s daily life (and/or internet searching!) In this video there is a visual and audio sighting of Frank Profitt playing and singing the ballad Barbara Allen from 8:46-11:09. His part of the video footage is from the Alan Lomax […]