Front Range Rambles
Arranged for Hammered Dulcimer Players

This tune was written by our own Steve Eulberg as the Dulcimer Crossing "theme song." He was inspired by his view of the front range of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. You will hear this tune as the backdrop for some of our promo videos, and it's a lot of fun to play.

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VideoAbout the Lessons

1. Elemental Part A We begin at the beginning, by learning the elemental structure and notes of the A part of this tune.
2. Elemental Part B Since we have the A part, we move to the B part in this segment.
3. Adding Harmony It is very easy and pleasing to add a harmony note in the B section of this tune for variety.
4. Adding a Bass Note and Putting It All Together We work the hand separation skills by adding a grounding bass note and then put all the pieces together!

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Listen to the arrangement.Listen to the full arrangement here

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