A while ago I wanted to see how I could translate a classical piece to dulcimer. This was my first attempt, using a chromatic...
@Garret started 2 years ago - replies: 1
Most of the discussion of classical thus far has been Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque. While I do love the music from those periods, my...
@Shawn McCurdy started 7 years ago - replies: 8
I thought it would be nice to collect English country dance tunes in one spot. This week I posted Childgrove from 1701.
@Mark Gilston started 6 years ago - replies: 2
I posted this question on the Early and renaissance group page, but no response, so thought I'd try here...
A friend just sent me Randy...
@Anne Bowman started 6 years ago - replies: 30
We've had a thread on books of old music arrangements for mountain dulcimer but, let's face it, there's a lot of music out there that isn't...
@Ivan Bradley started 7 years ago - replies: 4
Here's my arrangement of John Dowland's song Flow my Tears aka Lachrimae Pavan. Nick
@nick o'sullivan started 6 years ago - replies: 35
This is one of my own pieces written in baroque style. The tombeau was a form developed by lutenists in France in the 17th Century as a musical...
@nick o'sullivan started 6 years ago - replies: 5
@Guy Babusek started 6 years ago - replies: 1
Thought I'd move this discussion to its own topic rather than leaving it on the wall. Nice conversation!!!
@Guy Babusek started 7 years ago - replies: 8
@Guy Babusek started 7 years ago - replies: 0
Anybody remember this piece of classic vinyl? Released in 1982 on Kicking Mule, this was a regular on my turntable back in college days. It does...
@Alaska Pfeiff started 8 years ago - replies: 3