Many of you have been faithfully practicing since the New Year.  Others of you, well ... it's time to get to work, and we have plenty of new lessons for you to choose from.
New Lessons for 2012 ...

In production: Harvest Home for hammered dulcimer players - Celtic Music

Celtic Music for Dulcimers: Lessons 1-11 for Hammered Dulcimers
Off She Goes for mountain dulcimer players - Celtic Music
Harvest Home for mountain dulcimer players - Celtic Music

America the Beautiful for Hammered Dulcimer
Celtic Music for Dulcimers: Lessons 1-8 for Mountain Dulcimers
String-Side UP for Mountain Dulcimer, Lessons 18 - 24
String-Side UP for Hammered Dulcimer, Lessons 23 - 24

dc_logo2_140px 2If you haven't been practicing as much as you would like, this might be a good time to get back into the groove.

Steve posted a new blog

Steve's latest article is called "Technique or Repertoire" and covers a topic I've often wondered about myself.  Where should you spend the bulk of your time when practicing - on drills that will improve your technique or just learning new songs, hoping the technique will follow with time.  Steve explores this topic from the viewpoint of a student as well as from the viewpoint of a teacher. Be sure to read this post to find out his answer.

As always, {FIRST_NAME}, if you have any questions, always feel free to ask Steve Eulberg or myself.

Happy Dulcimering,
Linda Ratcliff

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