This class is being offered as a follow up to my QuaranTUNE workshop on Creating Tab From Standard Musical Notation. We will review the concepts we learned in the initial workshop and expand on those ideas, including more advanced melodies, applying chords to the melodies, and adding "filler notes" between the melody notes.
Online again in 2023, this two day event features duets for two standard dulcimers. The classes are suitable for the intermediate level player. Tab books are included in the price for the workshops provided you register before July 15. After that date, you can still register but will only receive the tabs as a digital download. All participants will receive audio practice tracks.
There will be four 45 minute workshops each day. Our schedule typically begins at 10:00 EDT and concludes at 5:00 PM with breaks between each workshop. Times are subject to change. 8-10 songs will be presented over the course of both days.
The cost of the workshop is priced per person, not per household.
Folkcraft Instruments, 22133 Main Street, Woodburn, Indiana
Join in the fun with Larry Conger on this special Second Saturday Clinic hosted by Folkcraft Instruments. We'll have a jam at 10:00, followed by a clinic starting at noon. We'll take a lunch break around 1:00, and resume the clinic after eating. The clinic is "hands-on" - bring your mountain dulcimer!
After we wrap up the class at about 4:00, you'll be serenaded with a 30-minute performance by Larry
The class size for this clinic is limited, so we do require pre-registration. Registration will open online (at Folkcraft.com) in early 2023.
*Register before April 15 and receive the Hymnposium tab book in the mail. Those registering after April 15 will receive a downloadable version of the tab book.
This will be the 5th annual Hymnposium - a two day online event hosted by Larry & Elaine, featuring arrangements of gospel and hymn tunes. Perfect for the intermediate level player.
Multiple workshops will take place throughout the day on Friday and Saturday with breaks in between. A typical schedule begins at 10:00 AM EDT and concludes around 4:30 PM EDT. As an optional bonus, the final session each day will be dedicated to learning duet and bass dulcimer parts for the tunes presented during the day.
As time for the event approaches, registered participants will receive detailed information regarding the schedule, downloadable copies of the arrangements, and downloadable audio practice tracks.