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 Are you tired of practicing the same old tunes? Try a new tune. Learning fuels creativity, refines skills, and is satisfying when you finally “get it.” – Linda Ratcliff We have a new lesson for our hammered dulcimer students called Su La Li. This lullaby is taught by Steve Eulberg, and was composed by Bonnie […]
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 Linda Ratcliff The Barlow knife design dates back 400 years, and is a type of folding pocket knife that features double or single blades that open at one end only. The knife-style bears the name of a man named Barlow of Sheffield, England, one of the earliest and most famous makers. This knife has […]
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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