Duets and Trios for mountain dulcimer in DAD tuning. Includes American and Celtic folk tunes, Fiddle tunes, Christmas, Cowboy and Classical tunes.
Make New Friends White Coral Bells Shalom Chaverim Alleluia
Kum Ba Yah We Shall Overcome Liza Jane French Mazurka Good King Wenceslas Waltz Quadrille Southwind Largo from the “New World Symphony” Hewlett Be Thou My Vision Coleman’s March The Water Is Wide Sonny’s Mazurka Give Me Your Hand
The Old Chisholm Trail Sweet Betsy From Pike Little Birdie All The Way To Galway
Equipment, Part of a Dulcimer, Tools, Strings, Picks,Tuners, Straps, Fret Markers, Tuning
1-5-8 or Mixolydian Ear vs. Electronic
Mixolydian vs. Major First Songs
By Ear and By Tablature (Fret Numbers) By Notes
Rhythm Hand and Strumming Fingerpicking
Introduction to Chords Two Chord Songs Three Chord Songs
Finger Positions, Getting around the melody string
Melody Across the Strings
Picking the middle string
More Chord Theory I- IV- V Chord Progression
Chords in D Major
Combining chords and melodies
Amazing Grace Bile Them Cabbage Down Buffalo Gals Camptown Races Chanters Tune Going to Boston Gray Cat on a Tennessee Farm Happy Land Home On The Range Lil’ Liza Jane Old Joe Clark Oh, Susanna Rock-A My Soul Shortnin’ Bread Soldiers Joy Streets of Laredo Susanna Gal What A Friend We Have In Jesus What’ll I Do With The Baby-O
This book is great for those learning to play, as well as those that want to develop their skills and try playing with a noter, as well as advanced chord arrangements.
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Bile Them Cabbage Down Go Tell Aunt Rhody Down In The Valley Waterbound Will The Circle Be Unbroken Polly Wolly Doodle Little Birdie The Riddle Song Handsome Molly Careless Love Banks of The Ohio Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains Long Journey Hoe Nine Pound Hammer Rosewood Casket Pay Me My Money Down John B. Oh, Them Golden Slippers Wildwood Flower Cripple Creek Fair and Tender Ladies
A collection of gentle tunes to soothe the day away. Available in print or as an e-book.
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Lullabies Rock-A-Bye Baby The Cradle Song Still, Still, Still I Will Sing A Lullaby Slumber Song All The Pretty Horses Oh, How Lovely Is The Evening
Classical Ode To Joy Andante Serenade Traumerei The Morning Song Dona Nobis Pacem Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Folk Melodies Old Folks At Home Annie Laurie Wild Mountain Thyme My Wild Irish Rose My Old Kentucky Home Darling Nelly Gray Beautiful Dreamer Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms Hard Times Come Again No More
DAA Tuning Rosewood Casket Bendemeer's Stream Careless Love Flow Gently, Sweet Afton Burden Down DAG Tuning Cluck Old Hen Pretty Polly Scarborough Fair Drunken Sailor She's Like A SwallowDAD Tuning Hurree, Hooroo Rock-A-My Soul Little Maggie Over The Waterfall June Apple DAC Tuning Butcher Boy Nine Hundred Miles Wayfaring Stranger Bound for the Promised Land Shady Grove
Hymns, spirituals, and gospels arranged for mountain dulcimer. Mostly DAD tablature, with some duet arrangements.
Abide With Me Amazing Grace Balm In Gilead Count Your Blessings
Go Tell It On The Mountain
Deep river Down To The River He Leadeth Me How Firm A Foundation I Will Bow and Be Simple In The Sweet By and By Love Is Little Lovely Love Mary, Don't You Weep Morning Has Broken
My Lord, What a Morning Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
It is Well With My Soul My Shepherd Will Supply My Need O, Dem Golden Slippers Just As I am Peace Like A River Precious Memories Simple Gifts Steal Away Sweet Hour of Prayer Swing Low, Sweet Chariot There Is A Fountain The Unclouded Day
3-part arrangements for mountain dulcimer based on the vocal arrangements of the shaped note singing arrangements in William Walker's Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion, newly released and published by University of Kentucky Press.
A collection of songs, jigs, hornpipes, airs, polkas, and marches from the Celtic lands of Scotland, Ireland, and England. The songs are arranged for mountain dulcimer primarily in 1-5-8 (Mixolydian, DAD) tuning along with a few tunes in 1-5-5 (Ionian, DAA) tuning. The arrangements make use of the capo as well as playing tunes in Em and Bm. Two of the songs include a Part 1 and Part 2 as suggested harmony. The book also features a CD recording of solo and mountain dulcimer playing each tune in the book through twice at a medium tempo. The stereo recording allows the listener to learn the tune by ear, or follow along by tab, or traditional notation.
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George Brabazon Irish Lamentation Loch Lomond Foggy Dew The Minstrel Boy, (DAD/AEA) Flowers of Edinburgh Scotland The Brave Hewlett Off She Goes The Dawning of the Day Love Is Teasin' The Irish Washerwoman Farewell to Whiskey
The Wicklow Hornpipe Sean Ryan's Polka The Hills of Lorne Shepherd's Hey The Water Is Wide Planxty Irwin Star of the County Down Country Gardens The Girl I Left Behind The Keel Row The Last Rose of Summer