Product Name: Dulcimer Jam Book & CD
SKU: CD 2
Price (US): $20.00 plus $2.50 S & H
Product Description: Dulcimer Jam Book & CD - My main purpose for this book is to provide the mountain dulcimer player with an expanded repertoire of old-time tunes arranged in the key in which they are commonly played. These are tunes that are frequently heard in old-time jam sessions, but not necessarily in mountain dulcimer circles (yet!). There are many versions of old-time tunes. I have heard tunes with the same name that were completely different melodies, and tunes with different names which were clearly the same tune. There is no right or wrong version. Old-time music really stems from an “aural” tradition…tunes that were heard (not written down) and remembered as best as possible and shared between friends and generations. I learned most of the versions of the tunes in this book from fiddlers from North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina, but some come from farther away and longer ago.
All the arrangements in this book are for mountain dulcimers tuned to DAd. This was done because this tuning is commonly used in the dulcimer world. The G and A tunes can be played in other tunings and sound very good, but I especially like the sound of the mountain dulcimer in DAd with a capo on 3 (for G) or 4 (for A). It puts the dulcimer into a higher range which, in old-time jam sessions, gets the dulcimer above the sound of the guitar and banjo and allows it to be more easily heard. It’s also good practice for learning how to play your dulcimer further up the fretboard. You paid for the whole thing, you may as well use it!
All selections include both dulcimer tablature and standard musical notation.
Item Name: Dulcimer Jam Book & CD
Dulcimer Jam Book & CD
Price: $20.00 plus $2.50 S & H
Camp Meeting on the Fourth of July
John Lover's Gone (3-part version)
Shuckin’ the Brush
Sal’s Got Mud Between Her Toes
Rock that Cradle, Lucy
Goin’ Down the River
John Brown’s March
Natural Bridge Blues
Bull at the Wagon
Rabbit, Where's Your mammy?
Home | About | Workshop/Concert Schedule | Store | Photos | Contact
| Jeff Furman ©2014 | 120 Conner Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 | Email|
In general, the replica watch
leather strap can be divided into crocodile skin, lizard skin, shark skin, ostrich skin and calfskin, no matter what kind of fake watches
material, if worn for a long time, will make the replica rolex
belt hardening. But usually pay attention to care, you can extend the life of replica omega watches
the leather strap more than half, very affordable.