Other Hammered Dulcimer Instructional Resources
Much of what you need to learn to play the hammered dulcimer is accessible through the web. The following is a list of links of where you can find additional material that is either free or for sale. Go explore!
Dulcimer Player's News (DPN)

A journal devoted to both the hammered and fretted dulcimer with tunes, tips for beginners, reviews, instrument care and repair, interviews and festival information. They also include a CD with recorded material with each issue. You can click on the link above to subscribe online or you can use the information below to subscribe

Email: angie@dpnews.com
Phone: 423-886-3966
Mail: Dulcimer Players News
P.O. Box 278
Signal Mountain, TN 37377

The Kitchen Musician's Hammered Dulcimer Site

This site has a lot of information about hammered dulcimers and everything related to the instrument.

Everything Dulcimer

Find teachers, builders, performers, stores, festivals, clubs with the Everything Dulcimer Listings.
If you're a teacher, builder, performer or merchant of anything dulcimer related, then list yourself, and your wares on this site. Created in collaboration with Dulcimer Player's News.

Hammered Dulcimer Mailing List

This list is for players and builders of hammered dulcimers, even people that love the music made by hammered dulcimers. It doesn't matter if you've been thinking about learning to play the hammered dulcimer or you've been performing or teaching on the hammered dulcimer for years. There's something here for people at every level. Subjects include (but are not limited to) learning and playing techniques, tune sources, arranging, playing with others, and dulcimer (and other acoustic music) festivals. Click on the link above to join or to access the archives.

Hammered Dulcimer Player's List.

Brett Ridgeway maintains this list organized by state with an indication of who teaches in each state. A valuable resource

Finding Music on the Web

This is a PDF guide to finding music to listen to or purchase or just play. If it is out of copyright, you probably can find it. Good collection of sources with small explanations. Was Compiled by Chuck Boody in 2008/ 2009

Steve Schneider Long Distant Learning

Steve, an excellent teacher, can provide a structured long distant learning experience if you aren't close enough to Detroit to take personal lessons.

Dulcimer School

Online video courses in Hammered and Appalachian Dulcimer with Dan Landrum and Stephen Sieffert.

Historical Hammered Dulcimers

I've started to post photos of historical hammered dulcimers I run across to a board on Pinterest. You are welcome to add to that board.

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