Off She Goes
Arranged for Hammered Dulcimer Players

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VideoVideo Lessons

1. Demo First Steve plays through the tune on hammered dulcimer
2. A Part This plagal Scottish tune is great for learning the quick-hammer technique needed to play the Scottish "snap". 
3. B Part Now we look at the B Part of the tune, and can be delighted to learn that we know most of it already from the A Part! (Pay attention and this will help you in the future, too!) 
4. Lower Octave Now let's get "down" with this tune and play it an octave lower! 
5. Adding Harmony Now let's add some harmony notes. 
6. Some Variations Here are some variations for playing this short tune and having some fun while making it interesting for both player and hearer. 
7. More Variations Finally, we look at variations when we play in the lower octave (between the bridges) and use the same strategies to add harmony notes. 

PDFTablature
  • Lower Octave,
    With the Snap

AnimationAnimations

  • Melody, Part A
  • Melody, Part B
  • Melody, Lower Octave, Part A
  • Melody, Lower Octave, Part B

Mobile Devices

  • Melody, Part A
  • Melody, Part B
  • Melody, Lower Octave, Part A
  • Melody, Lower Octave, Part B

Music GlobeExtras

  • Lyrics to Mairi's Wedding

  • Video of Performance by the 2009 Irish Folk Band of the Year, the High Kings

  • MP3 back-up tracks

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