Different publishers. Softcovers. Scarce 4tos, all in good to very good condition with some shelf wear, a few small chips to edges, Price is for the set, might consider selling separately, but they would be higher in price separately as these are hard to find items. good to very good. Item #17510
1. Jean Ritchie's Dulcimer People (1975 Oak Publishers). A gathering of friends who contribute their collective dulcimer expriences - playing styles, tuning and tablature methods, songs, advice, where to buy, how to build, et al. 2. Miles Krassen's Appalachian Fiddle (1973 Oak Publ.) 58 transcriptions of breakdowns, jigs, hornpipes, and modal tunes based on the playing styles of traditional Appalachian fiddlers. Includes fingering in the 4 principal keys, bowing techniques, double stop chart, and discography. 3. Mel Bay presents (1982) Blues Fiddle by Julie L Liebermann. Includes a history of fiddling, the emergence of the blues fiddle, how to read transcriptions, and blues fiddle technque. Styles of the early fiddlers, second generation fiddlers, current fiddlers and a blues fiddler's directory. 4. Beginning Old-Time Fiddle (1977 Oak Publ.) A complete instruction guide covering basic and advanced techniques with 38 tunes and transcriptions., Standard notation and fiddle tablature and an extensive discograph by Alan Kaufman (CD is included and intact). 5. Sylvia Woods - Teach Yourself to Play the Folk Harp (1978) 30th Anniversary Edition. 6. In Search of the Wild Dulcimer by Robert Force & Albert d'Ossche. Complete instructions on how to play traditional Appalachian, and how to adapt the dulcimer, and how to adapt to contemporary music.