Features traditional music from France, the U.S., Wales, Ireland, Switzerland, and original compositions from Steve's CD Tuesday's Child. His first recording, was reviewed as "One of the best hammered dulcimer albums to come along in a long time" by Sampler Records. Bill Spence said "I simply can't say enough about this album. I think you?ll love it! The book is especially geared toward the advanced beginner to intermediate hammered dulcimer player. To help optimize learning and musicality, the pieces are presented in a number of different formats: lead sheets with chords, harmony parts, and for solo hammered dulcimer arrangements. All in dulcimer-friendly keys, this book presents an excellent opportunity for enjoyment and learning on many levels. With varying levels of difficulty, players should be able to find immediate satisfaction in playing through the easier arrangements, and also greater challenges in learning the more difficult ones. In addition, there are numerous expression marks that are intended to help guide the player toward playing the music as expressively as possible. Also included is a guide to all the symbols, terms, and expression marks used in the music, which will not only be of benefit in interpreting the music within this book, but can be used to open the doors to reading other classically notated music.