Dulcimer Tunes

Hello world! … Not much time to post anything significant this weekend – and the view of my desk that has comprised my weekend would probably not be too interesting to the rest of the world. So instead, I thought I’d share a couple of tunes with you from a gig that Jon and I did in Holland a couple of years ago.

Given that my concertina was the star of my last post, I think it’s the dulcimer’s turn this week! (This is a Hammer Dulcimer by the way, for those that don’t know, but care about such things.)

The tunes are The Roman Wall (from the fiddle playing of Adam Grey and learned by me in our local pub, from Pete Coe) and Bean-Setting, a variation on the Morris tune.



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