June Apple
Arranged for Hammered Dulcimer Players by Linda Thomas


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1. Demonstration of the Tune by Linda Thomas with Dan Delancey Linda and Dan give us a demonstration of this fine tune!
2. Part A: Phrase 1 After noting the form of this tune, Linda walks us through it, phrase by phrase beginning with the first part of the first phrase of the A section.
3. Part A: Phrase 1, Continued We continue with the rest of Phrase 1.
4. Part A: Phrase 2 Now we notice the step-wise pattern on the Left Side of the Treble Bridge for the second phrase.
5. Part A: Phrases 1 and 2 Now Linda helps us put those two sections together.
6. Part A: Phrases 3 and 4 Because the third phrase is a repeat of the first one, we don’t have to spend as much time learning it and we pick up the final part of the A section on the right side of the Treble bridge.
7. Part A All Together Now Linda shows us how to put all the pieces of the A section together.
8. Part B: Phrase 1 Turning our attention to the second half of the tune, we explore the first phrase of the B section.
9. Part B: Phrase 2 Here is the bridge-crossing part of the tune.
10. Part B: Phrases 3 and 4 Like in the A section, the third phrase of the B section is the same as the first, so we can focus our attention on learning the final fourth phrase.
11. Part B All Together Finally, Linda puts all the of the B section pieces together, and you have all the parts that comprise this tune, as demonstrated at the beginning!
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  • June Apple is an old time dance tune most often associated with the musicians of southwestern Virginia and the area that borders with North Carolina.

  • Lyrics to June Apple

  • In this video, Steve Eulberg plays several variations of the tune on hammered dulcimer with his good buddy, Vi "The Fiddler" Wickam, on Day 196 of Vi's series "Fiddle Tune a Day."

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