The main emphasis of this workshop is the 12-bar blues (chord progresson and melodic improvisation) in the keys C, G and D. Chords to know: C, C7, F, F7, G, G7, D, D7, A and A7.
If you ever wanted to play in a rock band, the stage is yours! The main emphasis of this workshop is to learn how to modify an acoustic dulcimer (making it sound like an electric guitar) and playing a 12-bar blues rogression (chords and melodic improvisation) in the key of E.
Workshop materials may be downloaded from this page.
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All backing tracks have a four-bar intro and are repeated four times.
More backing tracks will be added to this page.
Uke Juke Packet DOWNLOAD
Blank Ukulele Chord Fretboard Diagrams DOWNLOAD
Slow and Gritty Blues in C DOWNLOAD
Slow and Gritty Blues in D DOWNLOAD
Slow and Gritty Blues in G DOWNLOAD
Rockin' Dulcimer Packet in E DOWNLOAD
All Backing Tracks in E:
Bass and Percussion in E DOWNLOAD
LA Hard Rock in E DOWNLOAD
Metal Power Trio in E DOWNLOAD
New Orleans Boogie in E DOWNLOAD
Roots Rock in E DOWNLOAD
Texas Blues Rock with Solo in E DOWNLOAD
Texas Blues Rock without Solo in E DOWNLOAD
Rockin' Dulciimer Packet in B Packet DOWNLOAD
All Backing Tracks in B:
Bass and Percussion in B DOWNLOAD
Roots Rock in B DOWNLOAD
The tab packets below are not part of the workshops.
My materials I use with my dulcimer students:
Beginner Dulcimer Packet DOWNLOAD
CD Tracks for the Beginner Dulcimer Packet DOWNLOAD ZIP FILE
Dulcimer Fingerboard with Finger Placement DOWNLOAD
Intermediate Dulcimer Packet DOWNLOAD
Advanced Dulcimer Packet DOWNLOAD
Backing Tracks CLICK HERE to go to the tabs page.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. E-mail
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Workshops presented by:
Sister Margaret Mary, SJW