New Teacher & Club Added!


Bing Futch, located in Orlando, FL. He teaches mountain dulcimer, ukulele, Native American flute, music theory, songwriting, music production, and performance. See more info on the Teachers page.


Hills of Kentucky Dulcimers, located in Covington, KY. See more info on the Clubs page.

I hope everyone is having a great holiday season!

Stay safe and keep on playin’!

Kevin Teague

Dulcimer Event

13th annual New Mexico Dulcimer Festival

October 28-29, 2022

Albuquerque, NM

Returning to a 2-day in-person format, workshops on mountain and hammered dulcimers plus other instruments, concerts, jams, open mics.

Mountain dulcimer:  Steven K. Smith (OH), Susan Trump (NY), Irma Reeder (NM). Hammered dulcimer:  Colin Beasley (AL), Joshua Messick (CO), Scott Reeder (NM).

New Dulcimer Tablature Added!

Aloutte (Round) – Burt Kahn

Note from Burt: Rounds are a fun way for a  group play songs. The key to rounds is timing (when to start and finish, while maintaining the proper rhythm throughout the song).
I think that it is necessary to have all of the parts of the round in front of each player. It can be confusing to see all the different lines of tab. I would suggest making multiple copies of each song and using a highlighter to mark each part. That way one could play any part in the song. 

You Raise Me Up – David Hooten

Sanctuary – David Hooten

You can find these and many more on the tablature page.

Stay safe and keep on playin’!

Kevin Teague