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Mark Nelson (4) - Fiddle Tunes For Dulcimer (The Rights Of Man) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. May 20,  · Mark Nelson plays "Sullivan's Hollow" on Appalachian Dulcimer. D-A-D tuning, Tablature available at mettbicicherfickcimaliscanerniho.coinfo
  2. Preceding Alphabetic Section Return to Folk Index Homepage Bottom of File. Folk Music Performer Index - K to Kaz Kaai, Bob Appearance as principal performer. Home On The Range (Song of the Plains), Dobro Book, Oak, sof (), p82 Kahaialii, Manu and Ipo.
  3. The lyrics in this piece contain a verse from a much older dulcimer tune called Shady Grove. Both she and Cindy are described as "standing at the door, shoes and stockin's in her hands, bare feet on the floor". Here is a tune to relax and enjoy! Your Team ♫♫♫.
  4. Links Tune Indexes and Historical Info. Folk Music Index - An index to recorded and print resources, compiled by Jane Keefer; Fiddle Resources on the Web - by Mickey Koth, Yale; JC's ABC Tune Finder - Searchable index of tunes in text, ABC, Postscript, PDF, GIF, PNG, and MIDI formats (PDF is easiest to read); Old Time Central - A collection of learning and listening resources for Old Time Music.
  5. Jul 19,  · Mark Gilston and Howard Rains play an old time tune on mountain dulcimer and fiddle. The tune comes from Virginia fiddler Henry Reed who apparently learned it from Quince Dillon, a .
  6. Cold Frosty Morning TAB old0time fiddle tune from West Virginia in the key of A Going to Boston TAB old-time play-party term papers help tune from Kentucky, arranged in noter style in DAD Minstrel Boy TAB – Irish song of the Rebellion in DAD.
  7. Mark Nelson - Fiddle Tunes for Dulcimer: The Rights of Man - mettbicicherfickcimaliscanerniho.coinfo Music Skip to main content Fiddle Tunes for Dulcimer: The Rights of Man Mark Nelson Mark Kailana Nelson Format: VINYL LP, with Tim Crosby and Bob Kotta on Mandolin and Paul Susen on Fiddle.
  8. “Mark Nelson skillfully uses a mountain dulcimer, Swedish hummel and Hungarian cittera to transport us across oceans and eons of time.” – Come For to Sing The Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer is a small, sweet-voiced stringed instrument whose origins are lost in the mists of time.

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