Versuvienne
Arranged for Hammered Dulcimer by Steve Eulberg


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VideoAbout the Lessons

1. Demo on HD Steve plays through this slow sweet tune.
2. A Part, Chords First we learn the chord progression for the A part of this beautiful two chord waltz.
3. B Part, Chords Now we turn our attention to the chord progression for the B part of this tune.
4. All Chords Now we put the chords all together. In fact, after you've learned the melody, you can practice to Steve playing the chords!
5. A Part, Melody Paying attention to the use of sequences, we learn the A part of the melody for this tune.
6. B Part, Melody Here we learn the B Part of the melody!
7. Whole Melody Now we put the A and B parts of the Melody together.
8. Walking Bass Line Now we add a Walking Bass line between the chords.
9. Swinging the Chords and Playing Octave Higher In this final segment, we "swing" the chords and play the melody an octave higher.

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of Versuvienne from Old School Old-Time by Fiddle Whamdiddle

Fiddle Whamdiddle

Are you saying, “I know what a fiddle is but what is a whamdiddle?”  The whamdiddle is a slang name for the hammered dulcimer; “hog fiddle” is a slang name for the mountain dulcimer, both are traditional American folk instruments.  Together with the fiddle they make for a porch-picking, knee-slapping good time.

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