Don't Miss the Bus! Back to School Special

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Bridging the Gap between

what you know

and where you want

Your Music to go!

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Give the Gift of Dulcimer Lessons!

by Steve Eulberg

Finding just the right gift for someone who plays dulcimers can be difficult because the preferred instruments and accessories are so personal.  My father-in-law once said that about camera lenses when I asked to have one as a gift; and he was right!  They can't be picked off of the rack—they have to be tailored to each individual.

So here is the perfect gift: support and challenge that nurtures each individual's growing skill-set and helps them play the music they want to play, i…

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Lance Frodsham Plays Epinette

by Steve Eulberg On my recent tour of the Pacific Northwest, I was able to finally meet Lance Frodsham of Vancouver, Washington.  Lance is a teacher and performer of the mountain dulcimer with several recordings and books of music for dulcimers published by Mel Bay.  He is also one of the coordinators of the annual Kindred Gathering (which celebrated its 37th gathering in the Pacific Northwest this past August!) Lance and I have corresponded but had never met face to face, or had the opportunit…

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Hammered Dulcimer Player Sighting!

by Steve Eulberg At the FarWest Regional meeting of the Folk Alliance in Eugene, Oregon, Oct 20-23, 2011, I was able to hear this lyrical hammered dulcimer player for the first time.


Carolyn Cruso, from Orcas, Washington, plays in a spirited way bringing music from mystical places.  As we talked, I realized that my workshops at Dusty Strings (Seattle) the previous weekend, included one of her new beginner students. Let her know you appreciate her playing!

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Welcome to the DulcimerCrossing Blog is an affordable site where you can learn to play mountain or hammered dulcimer at your own pace, from the comfort of your own home!

Here we will give updates about the website, write occasional articles about dulcimer-related items and events, and share some mini-lessons and information about the lessons and free stuff in our site.

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