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 […]
by Steve Eulberg At DulcimerCrossing.com, we love being able to present all kinds of dulcimer performances for our Members. We finished last month with a concert by 2013 National Hammered Dulcimer Champion Katie Mortiz and her guitar side-kick Skip Siddick. Here is the Highlight Video she chose and we are excited to share it with […]
by Steve Eulberg The Baritone Mountain Dulcimer, tuned A-E-a, lower than the standard, adds a rich voice to the tonal range of dulcimer playing. I won my Baritone in 1998 at the Walnut Valley Festival and it began my journey to explore how this instrument, tuned in a familiar way (1-5-8) could play with others […]
by Linda Ratcliff Do the thing you fear to do and keep on doing it. That is the quickest and surest way ever yet discovered to CONQUER fear. – Dale Carnegie Face Your Fears (at home)! It will surely happen eventually if you attend jam sessions. The lead will go all the way around […]
by Steve Eulberg While on tour in southern California in August, DulcimerCrossing instructors, Erin Mae Lewis and Steve Eulberg arrived early for their gig, Peter Alsop’s Kids Koncerts (Dulcimer-Wellcimer) at the “magical treehouse” of Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum. Erin took these photos as we prepared for the pre-school kids concert on Sunday morning. As Erin relates […]
As that website moves into an historical position in the internet dulcimer world, we want to be certain that none of us loses access to the information about upcoming Dulcimer Events.
We have been hosting Live Events as a benefit for our Basic and Premium Subscribers We have added a Dulcimer Events Page to our website…