Easter Thursday

I am gaining confidence in “good enough” tuning — sometimes what doesn’t sound perfect to me right in playing position sounds just fine via a video, or if I’m on the other side of the dulcimer or a little further away.

I would want to be more exact in tuning for a CD, or for an important event like a concert or wedding ceremony. But for background music, especially outside, this tuning is good enough.

Easter Thursday is an English country dance tune, in 3/2 meter. The middle section is what I play if someone else is playing melody, but it sounds rather nice on its own as well.

A trio version is available on my Christmas CD, What Child Is This, with Craig Higgins on guitar and Jerry Drumheller on fiddle.

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Published in: on October 13, 2010 at 9:44 pm  Comments (2)  
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  1. I listened to both of your selections and find both of played beautifuly. I play a hammer dulcimer. Just wanted to let you that YOU ARE GREAT.
    Tom Barber

    • Thanks!


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