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Enjoy mountain dulcimer lessons and hammered dulcimer lessons at your own pace, in the comfort of your own home. With our online dulcimer lessons, you will soon play dulcimer music well enough to join in at jam sessions with confidence.

Butch Ross’s Looping Lesson Series

I have always been fascinated by musicians who know how to record one musical pattern and save, record the next pattern and save, and then play a melody against the recorded backup tracks. This is called looping, and our own Butch Ross has recorded a new series on how to do this. We still have more editing to do before uploading, but in the meantime - watch the demo below.



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Elk in the Meadow

After a day at the Highlands festival at Estes Park in the Colorado Rockies, Steve was playing the mountain dulcimer on his cabin porch. He noticed the sun broke through the clouds just as an elk broke through the treeline to rest in the meadow, and was moved to compose this tune. Below are some baby elk playing just outside the window of our RV at Elk Meadow Lodge & RV Resort in Estes Park.



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