Dusty Turtle

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An educator and folk/roots music enthusiast living the good life in Northern California, I run a local dulcimer group called River City Dulcimers .  


 

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When tyrants tremble thick with fear


And hear their death knells ringing,


When friends rejoice both far and near,


How can I keep from singing?  


 

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Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 9 hours ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "The Positive Thread...":
"Wow. Electric, robot mowers?  You all make me feel like dinosaur.  I still push around a gas mower.  I am self-propelled, but the mower is not. Do you have a..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • yesterday • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Do you feel limited by the diatonic scale?":
"Liberated.  I feel liberated by the diatonic scale. Sorry for posting again in this discussion, but I want to explain one reason why I have found my musical..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 days ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Do you feel limited by the diatonic scale?":
"AndiBear, most people who have played the dulcimer for any length of time will tell you that the diatonic fretboard is a challenge, not a limitation.  When..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 3 days ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Warren May Maple Dulcimer":
"I've heard some professional players suggest that maple instruments have more sustain than other common woods.  I can't vouch for that myself.  To be honest,..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 4 days ago • comments: 13
Posted a new Comment on Berkeley Dulcimer Gathering (ONLINE!):
"The early bird price for the Berkeley Dulcimer Gathering expires on the 24th, so what are you waiting for?  Instruction on both MD and HD, a big jam..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 4 days ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "New McSpadden Flatwater Dulcimers":
"My understanding is that the Flatwater models are indeed made from fine tonewoods, but you can't specify the wood when you order one.  They put the..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 5 days ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "How is the COVID-19 coronavirus affecting you?":
"Congratulations to all those folks getting vaccinated.  By early May everyone in my household will have gotten their second dose, and my folks are already..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 6 days ago • comments: 4
Liked a soundcloud item created by @robin-thompson: Zion Ridge
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • one week ago • comments: 8
Posted a new Comment on Amp suggestions for a first-timer?:
"Ibanez is a well-known brand.  They've been making guitars and basses for years.  I have no idea bout the Troubador amp, but the company is well known and..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • one week ago • comments: 6
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • one week ago • comments: 8
Posted a new Comment on Amp suggestions for a first-timer?:
"Gary, Ken's given you good advice.  All three of these amps might be considered "practice" amps since they don't provide enough power to fill a room but..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • one week ago • comments: 2
Posted a new Comment on Cello Suite 1 - Menuet I-II - Bach:
"I can think of no better use for styrofoam than this.  Impressive playing, Grant."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • one week ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on Livin' The Dream:
"You can turn a phrase like the best of 'em, Mr. Bing."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • one week ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Mountain Dulcimer Repertoire Class - Apr20-May25 2021/online":
"Steve, your Hal Leonard project looks wonderful and is long overdue.  Some folks might not be moved learning Bile Dem Cabbage, so including pop tunes in a..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 11
Posted a new Comment on Hindman Dulcimer Homecoming:
"Robin, the message you got is what happens when the supposed host of a meeting is in another Zoom meeting when you try to join.  The only thing I can think..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 5
Posted a new Comment on Saturday Night Jig/Gary Owen, dulcimer jigs w pictures:
"@robin-thompson, I think that's #12 on Leo's list, which would mean the luthier was James A. Tranthum of Canton, NC. It's interesting how heart soundholes..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 5
Posted a new Comment on Saturday Night Jig/Gary Owen, dulcimer jigs w pictures:
"Well the pictures are nice, but the picking is amazing!"
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 13
Posted a new Comment on Hindman Dulcimer Gathering 2021 -online:
"The 2021 Hindman gathering seems to be the first effort at a "hybrid" festival, with attendees both live and also virtual.  I've been thinking about how to..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "DulciBro Playing Resonator Dulcimer (6-Week OnLineClass)":
"Steve, could someone with only a standard dulcimer take this class or would they need a resonator dulcimer?"
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 13
Posted a new Comment on Hindman Dulcimer Gathering 2021 -online:
"I was only able to catch the concert at the end of the day today (who invented this thing called "work" anyway?) but what a wonderful treat!  Each performer..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Indoor House Plants":
"Strumelia, your house plants all look interesting and beautiful, but I also know you to be a superb photographer, so it could all be illusion. I am convinced..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "How is the COVID-19 coronavirus affecting you?":
"@venni, I hope you are getting professional medical care and that you recover fully."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on The Wind that Shakes the Barley:
"Thanks so much, @robin-thompson.  It's another pretty song on a pretty instrument and I just try to stay out of the way and not mess it up."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 5
Posted a new Comment on Seven Chimneys:
"An active song that captures the excitement of the industrial activity you describe here. Nice job!  Your noter work really cuts through Mark's chording...."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on The Wind that Shakes the Barley:
"Thanks, @leo-kretzner.  There is also a reel by this name , which I posted a few years ago. But this is a 19th-century ballad written to honor the soldiers..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 4
Posted a new SoundCloud track:
The Wind that Shakes the Barley
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 8
Posted a new Comment on Dulcimer ergonomics?:
"I think we all have a tendency when learning something new to tense up.  I had a mandolin teacher years ago who would mock massaging my shoulders when I..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 9
Posted a new Comment on Saints:
"Dan, you have one of the most accurate--and playful--strumming hands in all of dulcimerdom.  Your unique ability is on fine display here."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 2 weeks ago • comments: 2
Posted a new Comment on The Maid of Culmore (Trad. Ireland):
"Tres bien joué!  Le deuxième dulcimer ajoute beaucoup à la chanson.  Tres jolie!"
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 3 weeks ago • comments: 28
Posted a new Comment on Éamonn A’ Chnoic/Mo Ghile Mear on baritone dulcimer:
"Thanks, @learning-always.  Baritone dulcimers work great for the slower tunes that require more sustain."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 3 weeks ago • comments: 8
Posted a new Comment on Dulcimer ergonomics?:
"@learning-always, Strumelia's videos are certainly a good place to start.  My general advice would be to listen to your body.  If you are in any discomfort..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 3 weeks ago • comments: 28
Posted a new Comment on Éamonn A’ Chnoic/Mo Ghile Mear on baritone dulcimer:
"Thank you very kindly, Jan."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 3 weeks ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on The Last Time I Came O'er the Moor:
"Thanks, Jan. I tend to use more hammer-ons and pull-offs in my old age."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 3 weeks ago • comments: 5
Posted a new Comment on The Rose of Aranmore:
"Thanks, Val. I appreciate your taking the time to comment.  I find a lot of these old ballads and airs very soothing.  No pressure to play "up to speed"..."
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle • 3 weeks ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Bonnie Carol":
"Thanks for sharing that, Ken.  Unfortunately, the last line reiterates something Bonnie has posted on her website: when their current supply of wood is used..."

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Dusty Turtle

cleaning up cruddy geared tuners


How would you suggest cleaning up nice geared tuners that were stored...
@Dusty Turtle 2 months ago - Comments: 3
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tightening a pickup jack


The pickup jack on my dulcimer is loose.   It rattles around and...
@Dusty Turtle 6 months ago - Comments: 2
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Swedish origins of the dulcimer?


Found an interesting article arguing for the Swedish origins of the...
@Dusty Turtle 8 months ago - Comments: 7
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documentary on the dulcimer from Lexington Public Library


The Lexington Public LIbrary has produced a very nice documentary...
@Dusty Turtle 11 months ago - Comments: 5
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Is a Dmaj7 too weird for this song?


Hey folks.  I am arranging an old lullaby called "A La Ru" that...
@Dusty Turtle last year - Comments: 4
Dusty Turtle

changing the font size of chord names in Tabledit


Hi all.  In Tabledit I use the Text Manager function to indicate chord...
@Dusty Turtle 2 years ago - Comments: 2
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Surfer Girl on mountain dulcimer


Here's my three-stringed take on the Beach Boys classic.  Southern...
@Dusty Turtle 2 years ago - Comments: 7
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article and video on San Diego dulcimer ensemble


Hey Golden Staters.  Our brethren in San Diego got some positive press...
@Dusty Turtle 3 years ago - Comments: 0
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material to enter public domain this New Year!


On New Year's Day 2019, anything published in 1923 will enter the...
@Dusty Turtle 3 years ago - Comments: 6
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name that (partial) chord: 5-6-6+ in DAd


This is not a game, but a genuine question. I am working on an...
@Dusty Turtle 3 years ago - Comments: 9
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Margaret Wright's dulcimer ministry in the Baptist Press


Members of this group might be interested in this article from The...
@Dusty Turtle 3 years ago - Comments: 3
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teaching multiple versions of a song


I have had a lot of success teaching beginning dulcimer players by...
@Dusty Turtle 3 years ago - Comments: 3
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Smithsonian Folkways on Appalachian Women Heritage Fellows


I thought fans of Jean might find this short article from Smithsonian...
@Dusty Turtle 3 years ago - Comments: 2
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four notes in place of three


In a duple meter such as 2/4 or 4/4, when three notes take the place of...
@Dusty Turtle 3 years ago - Comments: 6
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MFA Boston exhibit on zithers


The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has a collection of musical...
@Dusty Turtle 4 years ago - Comments: 3
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no longer a beginner?


How do you know when you are no longer a beginner?  What left-hand or...
@Dusty Turtle 4 years ago - Comments: 16
Dusty Turtle

Bonne Humeur -- a Haitian méringue on appalachian dulcimer


Here is a hoppin' Haitian méringue by the violinist Arthur Duroseau....
@Dusty Turtle 5 years ago - Comments: 8
Strumelia

Little dulcimer...or epinette?


So just out of curiosity (and maybe in my capacity as...
@Strumelia 6 years ago - Comments: 4
Dusty Turtle

how to indicate a capo in Tabledit?


Howdy good people. I am trying to tab a simple version of "Rights of...
@Dusty Turtle 6 years ago - Comments: 20
Dusty Turtle

How do you highlight the melody in Tabledit?


I've seen some arrangements in Tabledit in which the melody note is...
@Dusty Turtle 6 years ago - Comments: 8

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The Wind that Shakes the Barley
The Rose of Aranmore

The Rose of Aranmore


@Dusty Turtle
4 weeks ago - Comments: 5
One Wife is Enough for Me

One Wife is Enough for Me


@Dusty Turtle
8 months ago - Comments: 16
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton

Flow Gently, Sweet Afton


@Dusty Turtle
10 months ago - Comments: 7
The Rose of Allendale

The Rose of Allendale


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last year - Comments: 12
The Boys of Wexford

The Boys of Wexford


@Dusty Turtle
2 years ago - Comments: 12
Planxty Hewlett

Planxty Hewlett


@Dusty Turtle
3 years ago - Comments: 12
Skye Boat Song

Skye Boat Song


@Dusty Turtle
4 years ago - Comments: 7
Lincoln and Liberty Too

Lincoln and Liberty Too


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4 years ago - Comments: 5
Indian on a Stump/Sauvage sur le chicot

Indian on a Stump/Sauvage sur...


@Dusty Turtle
5 years ago - Comments: 20
Sally in the Garden on mountain dulcimer

Sally in the Garden on...


@Dusty Turtle
5 years ago - Comments: 14
The World Turned Upside Down

The World Turned Upside Down


@Dusty Turtle
5 years ago - Comments: 12
Cosumnes River Blues

Cosumnes River Blues


@Dusty Turtle
6 years ago - Comments: 17
Booth Shot Lincoln

Booth Shot Lincoln


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6 years ago - Comments: 26
Grasshopper Sittin' on a Sweet Potato Vine

Grasshopper Sittin' on a...


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6 years ago - Comments: 10

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Posted: Thursday January 28 2021, 7:00 PM
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Giving Thanks

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The Mountain Minor movie

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How do I create a new forum discussion?

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If I Had a Hammer (dulcimer) but no left-hand

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Randy Wilkinson tab book for Elizabethan...

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online sources for traditional music

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Si Bheag Si Mohr dulcimer duet

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Dulcimer Week at Cigar Box Nation!

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Oh Fiddlesticks!

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Joni explaining and playing the dulcimer

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acoustic bass guitar

Posted: Wednesday November 18 2015, 1:23 AM
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Celtic Tunes Commonly Played on the Dulcimer

Posted: Sunday April 5 2015, 11:36 AM
By: @john p

help me name that fiddle tune -- please!

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RIP Pete Seeger

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Common Dulcimer Jam Tunes

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Advice starting a website

Posted: Thursday November 21 2013, 9:02 PM
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levers on a dulcimer?

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Bonnie and Clyde and the "dulcimore"

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Capritaurus -- seeking info on recent...

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dulcimer gender studies

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Comments

adulcinate
09/30/20 02:06:16PM @adulcinate:

Thanks


wdwolf
02/06/20 06:18:43PM @wdwolf:

do you have a tab for your surfer girl?


Bill S
06/22/19 08:27:21PM @bill-s:

Really liked Surfer Girl.  Lovely rendition.


MacAodha
07/10/18 05:48:26AM @macaodha:

Dusty, recorded a couple of video clips recently on Achill Island, was wondering if Vimeo and Youtube were the only way of posting Videos here on FOTMD. Val.


Brian McC
06/05/18 11:03:38PM @brian-mcc:

Just coming back to playing after too long a lay off. Opened the case and "POP" went the string... I am so very glad you posted the info about the Smother;s string calculator, Must wanted to say THANK YOU!!


Helen Seiler
05/18/17 01:37:18AM @helen-seiler:

Thanks Dusty!  sun


MacAodha
03/02/17 04:54:15PM @macaodha:

Again Dusty thank you, what you say about true use of chords answers that very clearly.


MacAodha
03/02/17 04:05:47PM @macaodha:

Thank you Dusty for you very prompt and easy to understand reply. So would I be right in saying that back in the day when the ladies and gents were sitting on their porches playing ND or melody drone, whether they new it or were playing melody and chords? and does this mean that the Dulcimer is not just a melody instrument but also a chordal instrument?


MacAodha
03/02/17 09:11:19AM @macaodha:

Hello Dusty, Was going to put this question out there then thought you would be one of many who could answer it. Firstly from a young age I was a whistle player so playing melody was my thing, the jigs, reels etc. Left others to worry about chords. When I started playing Dulcimer I was playing mainly melody drone and at that time mainly in Dad. That was down to lack of knowledge of other tunings. I still play melody drone but now have a few more tunings. The tunings I use mostly are Dad, Dgd, Ddd, Dac and Ddc. The question I want to put to you is, in any of those tunings, playing melody drone and starting to strum at the first fret and working my way down the fret board is there a chord or part of a chord being played? It might be a silly question but have my reasons for asking which I will explain later. I have no interest in getting in to chord playing at my age, but in songs and slower tunes I do play chords not knowing what they are but if they sound good to me they go in. The answer to my question may not be a simple yes or no. You do not have to go into too much detail in your answer. Look forward to hearing from you Val.


Karel Votanek
06/14/16 02:14:03PM @karel-votanek:

Hi Dusty,

thank you very much for your nice comment.

Karelmusic


David Pedersen
05/03/16 05:50:44PM @david-pedersen:

Thanks for the latest tab "Fair Flower of Northumberland" .


Strumelia
03/21/16 11:00:51PM @strumelia:

Dusty, this is just a test post- ignore!  :)


CMM
01/04/16 07:15:08AM @cmm:

 Dusty, appreciate the follow.  I love the Morning Blues video with what I assume is your daughter.  Do you have the tabs for it for the dulcimer or is it from memory.

 

Jerry


Susie
11/14/15 03:01:33PM @susie:

Hey Dusty, how do you like your (daughter's) Eede Beede? Is it something for an adult to consider for travel?


alan kolman
11/08/15 05:50:22AM @alan-kolman:

hi dusty - have enjoyed your playing since i found this website - just wish your reggae video continued to the end of the song. i see that you play a probst dulcimer in 3 of your vids - could you tell me how you like it? sounds very balanced, but hard to tell on youtube. thanks, and keep posting -lots of fans out here!   alan


David Pedersen
10/25/15 10:40:28PM @david-pedersen:

Dusty, still can't figure the PM bit. However, I do have a 1+ so can play John Henry. Still working on it. Thanks for showing Polly wolly ... did'nt need that at this time. Like it also.

You mentioned Walter Lay, did'nt see any dulcimers on web site. Bonnie Carol--way up there. What are you playing that you favor at present, cause you have some good sounding Dulcimers.

 

I play a Jenny Lind from Ron Gibson and my fingers catch on some fret bars. Kinda hurts on John Henry slides.  Its a Black Walnut.

Tried following instructions for PM but did"nt work.

By the way, I do like my Jenny Lind.  Just want to upgrade.

 


David Pedersen
10/24/15 10:33:12PM @david-pedersen:

Hi Dusty, can we PM I had some questions on a Dulcimer comment you made to me and wanted more info. Thanks.  Dave


David Pedersen
10/15/15 10:06:37PM @david-pedersen:

Hey Dusty,  Been watching your youtube from 1yr ago of John Henry. Fairly addicted to it at this time. Told my wife give me 3 weeks and I'll have it. Might do it in 10 days. thats all I play.

Loving it. Such a gruve on it. 


Nancy Garrett
09/23/15 04:57:46PM @nancy-garrett:

Dusty, I do like how you played Booth Shot Lincoln! I've learned it from Bing so it will be interesting to compare your tab to how he plays it in A. I'm back here in WI.


Slate Creek Dulcimers
06/19/15 11:06:44PM @slate-creek-dulcimers:

Thanks Dusty!