by Linda Ratcliff Be adventuresome. Expand your musical world. Learn to play the bass dulcimer. We have a new lesson taught by our newest teacher, Larry Conger, along with his wife, Elaine Conger. They make a dynamic team as they present a lesson on how to play an original blues tune written by Larry. The […]
by Linda Ratcliff “If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.” – Albert Einstein Erin Mae Lewis, who teaches Chromatic Mountain Dulcimer Lessons on DulcimerCrosing is giving a special Chromatic Mountain Dulcimer […]
by Steve Eulberg In the first post addressing this topic, we examined the kind of instrument you have. Now we’ll look at the second point: the kind of music you want to play. Here are some examples that I suggested that reflect the different modes, that different tunings make possible, or easier to play. A […]
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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