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You Name It Blues on Dulci-Bro

You Name It Blues on Dulci-Bro

As part of our Blues Series, we have uploaded Steve’s original tune, The You Name It Blues for Dulci-bro (resonator dulcimer).

 

Steve will be teaching a week-long class on Dulci-bro or resonator dulcimers at Kentucky Music Week June 21-26, 2015.

(This is one of several learning opportunities which DulcimerCrossing supports with scholarships.  Contact the camp directly to inquire about the scholarship.)

 

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Posted by on February 11, 2015 in dulci-bro, lessons, subscriber news

 

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The Blues Lessons are Live!

The Blues Lessons are Live!

PlayingtheBluesGraphicThe awaited blues lessons are now live at dulcimercrossing.com!

Hammered Dulcimer and the Blues

Mountain Dulcimer and the Blues

Dulci-Bro and the Blues

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Playing Blues on Dulcimer

Playing Blues on Dulcimer

Someone once told me that I couldn’t play blues on the dulcimer.  “The dulcimer is too pretty for the blues.”  I disagree.

If you can have the blues, you can play the blues on whatever you want!

Look at these introductions to playing blues on hammered and mountain dulcimer and dulci-bro.

Mountain Dulcimer

Hammered Dulcimer

Dulci-Bro

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Dulcimercrossing.wordpress.com Blog Year 2014 in review

Dulcimercrossing.wordpress.com Blog Year 2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 11,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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Let us know  if there is something you’d enjoy reading about or find particularly helpful for your playing!

 

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Got a new Hammered Dulcimer for Christmas?

Got a new Hammered Dulcimer for Christmas?

We have just the thing to help you play it!

The String-Side Up Lesson Series is for Absolute Beginning hammered dulcimer players and assumes you have no prior experience with dulcimers.  This 30-episode series starts with the parts of the dulcimer, playing in the “box”, hammer grip and hammer control, getting the best tone, finding the notes and the patterns of octave and repeated notes on the instrument; exploring different kinds of hammers, tuning, learning a song, basic chords, noodling for harmonies and transposing by moving boxes.

Our Goal:  When this series is completed, you are no longer a Beginner!

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Got a New Mountain Dulcimer for Christmas?

Got a New Mountain Dulcimer for Christmas?

We have just the thing to help you play it!

The String-Side Up Lesson Series is for Absolute Beginning mountain dulcimer players and assumes you have no prior experience with dulcimers.  This 31-episode series starts with the parts of the dulcimer, takes you through what is happening with your right and left hands, including strumming, picking (right hand), fingering or using a noter (left hand), playing chords, noodling for harmonies, learning tunes, playing in a linear fashion (up and down the fretboard) and across the string (flatpicking) and making practical use of portable chord shapes to be effective and flexible in your playing.

Our Goal:  When this series is completed, you are no longer a Beginner!

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Posted by on December 27, 2014 in lessons, mountain dulcimer, subscriber news

 

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Lullabye of Muffe

Lullabye of Muffe

The Lullabye of Muffe is a terrific tune for working on the skills of hand separation and hand independence for hammered dulcimer players. Steve Eulberg teaches this lesson series in the hammered dulcimer skills section of dulcimercrossing.com

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Posted by on December 19, 2014 in hammered dulcimer, lessons, subscriber news

 

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