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Steve Eulberg - First 50 Songs You Should Play On Mountain Dulcimer

Item Number 90629221

Regular price $18.00

Finally - a book of popular (contemporary) music for mountain dulcimer. There's not much out there for dulcimer, mostly from cost of licensing/copyright issues, and when we found this book (by the amazing Steve Eulberg) we jumped on it, and got it in stock just for you.

Of the 50 tunes, they're mostly (vast majority) in DAD tuning, although a few of the songs are DAC tuning. Of the 50, 14 make use of the 1.5 fret.

Check out the song list below, then get your copy (maybe even copies for your whole club) ordered!

63 pages.

Songs included:

All I Have To Do Is Dream - Performed by: The Everly Brothers
All The Pretty Little Horses
Always On My Mind - Performed by: Willie Nelson
Blowin' In The Wind - Performed by: Bob Dylan
Blue Bayou - Performed by: Linda Ronstadt
Bridge Over Troubled Water - Performed by: Simon & Garfunkel
Brown Eyed Girl - Performed by: Van Morrison
Cat's In The Cradle - Performed by: Harry Chapin
Dance With Me - Performed by: Orleans
Dancing Queen - Performed by: ABBA
Desperado - Performed by: Eagles
(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay - Performed by: Otis Redding
Fire And Rain - Performed by: James Taylor
The House Of The Rising Sun
I Can See Clearly Now - Performed by: Johnny Nash
I Saw The Light - Performed by: Hank Williams
If I Had A Hammer (The Hammer Song) - Performed by: Pete Seeger
Imagine - Performed by: John Lennon
In My Room - Performed by: The Beach Boys
Isn't She Lovely - Performed by: Stevie Wonder
It Had To Be You
Jolene - Performed by: Dolly Parton
Kansas City - Performed by: Wilbert Harrison
Keep On The Sunny Side - Performed by: The Carter Family
Kentucky Waltz - Performed by: Bill Monroe
Leader Of The Band - Performed by: Dan Fogelberg
Lean On Me - Performed by: Bill Withers
Love Me Tender - Performed by: Elvis Presley
Mama Don't 'Low
Michael Row The Boat Ashore
My Girl - Performed by: The Temptations
Oh, Pretty Woman - Performed by: Roy Orbison
One Tin Soldier - Performed by: The Original Caste
Over The Rainbow - Performed by: Judy Garland
Peaceful Easy Feeling - Performed by: Eagles
Proud Mary - Performed by: Creedence Clearwater Revival
The Red River Valley
Ring Of Fire - Performed by: Johnny Cash
Take Me Home, Country Roads - Performed by: John Denver
This Land Is Your Land - Performed by: Woody Guthrie
This Little Light Of Mine
Time After Time - Performed by: Cyndi Lauper
Time In A Bottle - Performed by: Jim Croce
Ventura Highway - Performed by: America
What A Wonderful World - Performed by: Louis Armstrong
Where've You Been - Performed by: Kathy Mattea
Wonderful Tonight - Performed by: Eric Clapton
You've Got A Friend - Performed by: James Taylor
Your Song - Performed by: Elton John

Customer Reviews

Based on 41 reviews
Ann Armstrong
Know the songs

It is important to me to know the songs I am learning to play. I play by the frets and these are easy to read. I will enjoy learning songs from this book.

Katie Hooks
First 50 Songs

Great music in this book, but, the biok has started falling apart. It was just poorly bound. I know if others who have this book with no oroblem.

Aiko Kamies
Good song book

Lots of songs I am familiar with. Should be able to learn a lot of them.
Order shipped quickly. It took a while to be delivered.
Not Folkcrafts fault
It stay at one of the Post Office points for 3 days.

Pamela M Pinskey-Fischer

Ok as an old time instrument enthusiast I was looking for more 'elder' musical selections. This book has a great selection of songs don't get me wrong. However if you wanted some of the more classic american folk tunes this isn't the choice. So do I use it? Not really. Will I ? maybe. But for now I'm concentrating on the old-time classics.

Rick McCracken-Bennett
First 50 Songs You Should Play on Mountain Dulcimer

Great addition to my collection of dulcimer songbooks. Quite a variety of tunes, many of which I would not have thought to try.