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Michael Wood - A Dulcimer For Christmas: Traditional Christmas Tunes For Mountain Dulcimer, DAA Version

Item Number 90829227

Regular price $20.00

A Dulcimer for Christmas is a great way to share the joy of the Christmas season on your mountain dulcimer! Great care was taken to ensure that the selections in this book sound great and are easy to play. Chords are also provided for each tune and tuning with diagrams to help you jam along with friends. All tunes are written in standard music notation and dulcimer tablature. All major tunes in this book are in D-A-A tuning. Minor tunes are provided in two versions, in D-A-G and D-A-C tunings. Be sure to check out the D-A-D version of this book as well for those who prefer that tuning.

49 pages.

Songs included:

Angels From The Realms of Glory - DAA Tuning
Angels We Have Heard On High - DAA Tuning
Away In A Manger - DAA Tuning
Bring A Torch - DAA Tuning
Jeanette - DAA Tuning
Isabella - DAA Tuning
Deck The Halls - DAA Tuning
God Rest Ye Merry - DAG Tuning
Good Christian Men - DAA Tuning
Rejoice - DAA Tuning
Good King Wenceslas - DAA Tuning
Hark The Herald Angels Sing - DAA Tuning
Jingle Bells - DAA Tuning
Joy To The World - DAA Tuning
O Come, All Ye Faithful - DAA Tuning
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel - DAA Tuning
Once In Royal David’s City - DAA Tuning
Patapan - DAA Tuning
Silent Night - DAA Tuning
The First Noël - DAA Tuning
We Wish You A Merry Christmas - DAA Tuning
Wexford Carol - DAA Tuning
What Child Is This - DAA Tuning

Customer Reviews

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Preston R
I love this song book!

I recently purchased Michael Wood's "A Dulcimer For Christmas: Traditional Christmas Tunes For Mountain Dulcimer, DAA Version" and absolutely love it. Each song is arranged in a straightforward manner that is well suited for noter/drone players, but, at the same time, has room for you to add your own touches. Michael adds the common chords for each song for those who wish to incorporate them or play chord accompaniments for other players. I have found this book to be very enjoyable.