Summer Classes 2021

6 Week Classes Beginning July 12th

Focusing on:

Hammered Dulcimer,


Mountain Dulcimer

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A step-by-step over 6-weeks progressive approach

with personalized attention yields the "stickiest" learning.

Live Zoom Class, PDF handouts, .mp3 files for priming the pump and reinforcement, archive videos of classes each week.

Hammered Dulcimer Hand Separation Skills & Tunes

Mondays 11 am MDT

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What I Wish I Knew Beginning Hammered Dulcimer

Mondays 4 pm MDT

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Fingerstyle Mastery with Guitar Joy

Tuesdays 1 pm MDT

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Traditional Noter Style Mountain Dulcimer

Wednesdays 11 am MDT

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Arranging Popular Tunes for Mountain Dulcimer

Wednesdays 1pm MDT

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Steve Eulberg has nearly 50 years of experience

discovering, playing and teaching guitar, mountain and hammered dulcimers.  He earned a Master of Music Education from Boston University with a goal of teaching traditional music on traditional instruments.



The traditional way of learning is...

knee to knee or in our case, screen to screen. 

Students will receive .mp3 sound files to listen before class to the tunes we'll be learning, together with the reinforcement of written tablature. 

Finally, a video archive of each week's session is provided to students as well.

The Dulcimer Community is welcoming....

This course gives you the skills to enter into jam sessions of traditional music and strum along with enthusiasm and joy!

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  • Dulcimer Crossing

    “Truly inspiring, and face it, it's pretty hard to inspire someone to want to practice, lol.”

  • Dulcimer Crossing

    “Steve's enthusiasm, professionalism, knowledge and effective teaching style make all of his classes very enjoyable and worthwhile.”

  • Dulcimer Crossing

    “Steve is a wonderful Instructor - welcomes questions and takes the time to answer in a manner that everyone can use to better their playing experience.”

  • Dulcimer Crossing

    “Steve is a master musician and a master teacher who teaches the basics but also challenges even advanced players. He is patient and encouraging and approaches music with a great sense of humor.”