Bing teaches the tune “Twinkle” in DAD tuning for mountain dulcimer. Another look at mixing flat-picking and strumming, this song demonstration also covers using pull-offs in place of pick-strokes and selective strumming for dynamics.
Bing teaches the tune “Nixon’s Farewell” by Curt Bouterse. Tuning is DAD for mountain dulcimer. The song study covers flat-picking the melody, incorporating chords and using dynamics in working with both.
From the 47th Annual Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas, Bing teaches a crooked fiddle tune in the key of A called “Texas”. Tuning is DAD for the mountain dulcimer. Bing goes over the tune note-by-note, chord-by-chord, introducing special finger placement techniques and tips on supporting rhythm.
While on the way to the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas, Bing stops in Van Buren, Arkansas and teaches a quick, fun version of “Ein Prosit” in G major for mountain dulcimer in DAD tuning. A 1+ fret is required for this arrangement and tablature is available through Patreon: http://www.Patreon.com/BingFutch