You may not recognize the title of this tune, “Funeral March of a Marionette,” but I bet you will know the music when you hear
Of all the Irish tunes which I have I have listened to, “Carolan’s Concerto” composed by the blind Irish harper, Turlough O’Caralon, is my favorite.
“Bile Them Cabbage Down” is an old, Southern fiddle and banjo tune which is perhaps the first song learned by most dulcimer players. In fact,
While on a recent shopping trip, I saw a young man wearing a T-shirt which said, “Without Music, Life would Bb.” How true, yes, life
I first “discovered” the Spanish love song, “La Paloma ” (meaning the dove), several years ago while searching for a sassy Latin tango to play
When I began to play the mountain dulcimer, I soon discovered that Irish tunes sounded great on the mountain dulcimer. Irish tunes were sprinkled throughout