Advanced MD Players
Congratulations! You have the skills of the other levels plus the ability to lead with either hand, play by ear and/or music/tablature. You are very familiar with the layout of your dulcimer and can play in several major and minor keys.

Steve Eulberg Steve Eulberg Arranging "The Ash Grove"
Although "The Ash Grove" is taught by Linda Thomas, in this lesson Steve takes us deeper into techniques for arranging. His variations include chromatic descending lines, playing in different modes and minors, filling in gaps, playing in octaves, and additional chords.
Steve Eulberg Steve Eulberg Peek-A-Boo Waltz
The Peek-a-boo Waltz is attributed to William J Scanlan (1856-1898), an Irish American from Springfield, MA, and has become a staple in the repertories of many Canadian fiddlers during the last century. Vi emphasizes that this should have a waltz feel with a 1-2-3 danceable beat, and the odd measures should have a little bit stronger downbeat than the even measures.

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