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Great music in the book The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts. I easily opened the zip file.
A lot of familiar "4th of July" songs presented in tabs that are easy for a beginner player.
Tom McConnell offers beginning baritone dulcimer players an alternative to having to retune the baritone to ADa when playing in jams. Maintaining AEa in the jam is a wonderful option that others to date have not offered. The eBook option was an excellent portable option for me.
Just what I was looking for. The full-blown manual from Tab|Edit includes things I won't ever use. This one is customized for dulcimer. In the first 5 minutes of reading, the author cleared up 3 questions I've had.
Can't wait for the dulcimer orchestra to use this book!
I’ve only had a few minutes to review this sheet music, but it seems to be exactly what I was looking for. Every artist has there own way of playing a song. I’ve already added a couple of tweaks for my own liking, but Larry’s music is awesome, just what I was looking for!
I've played through several arrangements and will be purchasing more of Mark Gilston's books. These are intermediate/advanced pieces that are rich and complex and very satisfying musically. They are perfect for the dedicated dulcimer musician working hard to up his or her game. I play mostly fingerstyle and have been playing for about 2 and a half years.
Melanie Johnston - TablEdit Manual, PC Version
Judy House - Christmas Songs For The Mountain Dulcimer
I’ve only begun to tap into this, working on a couple songs through following his variations and I’m learning so much. And, everything I’m learning on these initial songs helps me with others. I love his harmonic variations, they bend my ear, and I love that.
I wish I had known about this manual before I attempted to learn TablEdit on my own. I wasted hours on trial-and-error, watching YouTube, and reading lengthy explanations on the TablEdit website. Melanie has figured everything out for you.
She takes you through the setting-up process and gives you all of the settings right from the beginning, all the way through to the minute subtleties of the program. I had a problem with chord placement. For some reason my chord names appeared between the notation and the tabs. In two sentences she told how to do it, whereas the TablEdit program took an entire page explaining everything in detail, and even then I didn’t understand it. I still have a lot to learn from this manual.
Boy was this handy and quick.
Totally awesome. Just what I wanted
Aaron O'Rourke - Secrets To Successful Flatpicking