by Linda Racliff & Steve Eulberg As we’ve been watching all the dulcimer groups on Facebook, we have noticed the same question keeps popping up everywhere. People who are new to playing the dulcimer, and those who have just moved to a new community, are looking for a dulcimer club to join. Since EverythingDulcimer.com […]
by Steve Eulberg These questions get asked frequently so here is a guide to help you decode the chord symbols that you may often see above the musical notation: A Chord (by definition a triad) is made up of 3 specific pitches (1-3-5 steps of the scale.) A Chord Symbol is short hand for which […]
by Steve Eulberg We are excited to announce a new Mountain Dulcimer Lesson Series by Bay area teacher Deborah DJ Hamouris. Deborah teaches at the famed Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley and is the Director of the annual Berkeley Dulcimer Gathering which takes place in May. In this lesson, Deborah takes us beyond playing melody […]
Erin Mae Lewis, one of our DulcimerCrossing instructors is offering a special for on-line dulcimer classes…
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! […]