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'Tis the Season Book by Jeanne Page
Our Price: $19.99

For each song, the collection includes: A 'melody only' version, An intermediate arranged version and Guitar Chords.
A Collection of Original Music Book by Sam Rizzetta
Our Price: $14.95

Intermediate to advanced player.
A Good Life by Steve and Ruth Smith
Our Price: $15.00

This instrumental and vocal CD portrays the qualities of living "A Good Life."  A collection of acoustic Americana easy-listening music from the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina featuring vocals, hammered dulcimer and guitar.
Another Jig Will Do by Steve Eulberg
Our Price: $29.00

A collection of Jigs, Ballads, Airs, Hornpipes, Slides, Reels, Strathspeys and Waltzes in various tunings for mountain and hammered dulcimers.  Capo required for some.  Companion CD.
Arranging for Hammered Dulcimer by Jeanne Page
Our Price: $19.99

Eighteen lessons that illustrate different techniques.  Each lesson presents at least one new idea and builds a foundation for others that follow.
Beginning Hammered Dulcimer by Linda Lowe Thompson
Our Price: $25.00

Beginning book featuring tablature, musical notation, right & left hand hammer illustration and a variety of techniques.  Includes CD
Bluebells of Scotland by Joe Jewell
Our Price: $10.00

Both a standard and embellished variation of Scottish melodies.  Brief history of each song.
Bluegrass On Hammered Dulcimer by Jeanne Page
Our Price: $14.95

25 tunes for the hammered dulcimer that are common to the bluegrass repertoire done in a simple version and in a bluegrass "break" version.
Celtic Fair by Maggie Sansone
Our Price: $19.99

Hammered Dulcimer arrangements from advanced beginner to advanced levels transcribed from the recording "A Celtic Fair". Chords included.
Celtic Treasures for Hammered Dulcimer by Anne Lough
Our Price: $23.00

This collection includes some of the most beautiful and endearing melodies from the Celtic tradition.  For the most part, Anne has attempted to arrange these melodies in the most often occurring keys and octaves in which they would traditionally be played.