by Steve Eulberg DulcimerCrossing is excited to announce and brand new Hammered Dulcimer Lesson set in time for the Holidays! God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen is a popular, minor mode English carol from the late 1800’s. Here, Steve demonstrates 5 different locations and keys in which to play this carol, also demonstrating the Rhythmic Displacement that […]
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 […]
by Steve Eulberg
Our instructor, Erin Mae Lewis, has a new lesson series for Chromatic Mountain Dulcimer, using the familiar fiddle tune, Soldier’s Joy as example to demonstrate how to play this tune in several keys!
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Larry Conger teaches a new mountain dulcimer lesson series on DulcimerCrossing.com (I can’t hear this tune without also hearing the memory of the cartoon character, Foghorn Leghorn’s voice saying, “boy, I say boy, ya BOTHer me!”) Here is a demo of Larry playing the tune. This fun tune makes use of hammer-ons and pull-offs and […]
by Steve Eulberg We are pleased to share a new Fiddle Lesson by Vi Wickam from mytalentforge.com. This is a tune that he and I play on our Old-School Old Time recording because it is one of the first tunes that we both learned in a traditional style. This lesson set features the Single or […]
by Steve Eulberg At DulcimerCrossing.com we have several FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) to provide a self-service way to gain and retain access to all of the lessons we have filmed and edited for you. One of the most often-asked questions is “How do I move from lesson to lesson without ending up outside of the […]