How To: Play "Dave Sewell's Interlude" on mountain dulcimer

Play "Dave Sewell's Interlude" on mountain dulcimer

Want to learn how to play the dulcimer? The dulcimer is a beautiful instrument of the zither family, that is often used in folk music. In this tutorial you can learn how to play a short piece called "Dave Sewell's Interlude" written for luthier, Dave Luthier. "Dave Sewell's Inetrlude" uses the chords D / / / DM7 / / / G6 / / / A7 / / /
G6 / / / Bm / / / Em / A7 / D / / / With this how to video you can play the warm chords from "Dave Sewell's Interlude" on the dulcimer.

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