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Playing lead dulcimer

Wilkie, Richard W.

Playing lead dulcimer

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Published by Three City Press in Albany, N. Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dulcimer,
  • Methods,
  • Self-instruction

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard W. Wilkie
    The Physical Object
    Pagination43 p.
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26898008M
    OCLC/WorldCa1001934945

    Berkeley Dulcimer Gathering: Class Levels. get tips on playing lead with creative license, and enjoy singing with your dulcimer! He is the author of many books on the Appalachian dulcimer, including Celtic Songs & Slow Airs for Mountain Dulcimer, The Dulcimer Chord .


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Playing lead dulcimer by Wilkie, Richard W. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The CD includes the true classics of old-time mountain music. Note: Not every tune on the CD features dulcimer; however, the book teaches the dulcimer parts even.

Within limits, you can play solos and be the lead player in your dulcimer group with your bass dulcimer. Certain songs lend themselves to be played on the bass dulcimer; bluesy songs, such as “House of the Rising Sun, St. James Infirmary.” There are many songs in the Blues genre that would sound great with your playing lead.

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Our dulcimer musical festival theme this year is "Dulcimers on the Delta." Nothing exemplifies the music of the Louisiana Delta more than the songs of Huddie Ledbetter (c - ), also known as Lead Belly.

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In addition to 4 years of dulcimer, Mack has 20+ years experience playing mandolin and guitar. Melanie and Mack are certified by Western Carolina Dulcimer University to teach mountain dulcimer. Together they do a lot of teaching, direct the Asheville Dulcimer Orchestra, and lead the Black Bear dulcimer club.

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A-D-A tuning teaching the accompaniment for D-A-D tuning, and later changes over to A-E-A tuning to you can play the lead with the baritone. Making this book even better, as if it were possible, it gives the tabs for.

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 When I first began playing the pdf, I had two different goals. One was to develop arrangements pdf some of my favorite songs. Another was to simply learn enough repertoire to be able to join dulcimer and old timey jams. Below is a working list of common tunes at dulcimer jams.

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Early in its days in the Appalachian Mountains players would retune a string, bringing the dulcimer from major to minor andother modes. Today's players work in different tunings also, and this book shows why and how all of this happens.