Beginning and Intermediate players who have developed a repertoire of melodies will be walked step by step through the process of arranging their tunes. Lessons provide a detailed explanation and numerous examples of root position chords and their inversions on the 12-11 and larger sized hammered dulcimer. Simple tunes are provided for the reader to incorporate newly acquired knowledge of chord theory. Descriptions of bounces, triplets, doubling, counter melodies, arpeggios, scale runs, extended chords, etc. are included as well as opportunities to create arrangements utilizing these techniques.1 am assuming that you have at least a 12-1 1 hammered dulcimer and that you know the name of the note on each specific ... Your ability to arrange music successfully will depend, to some degree, on how much you understand about chord structure. ... Ia#39;ve added plenty of tunes for you to practice on and you should feel free to let your imagination run wild, when ... If youa#39;re like me, youa#39;ll never be able to look at a simple line of music again, without considering all of the possibilitiesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Arranging for Hammered Dulcimer|
|Publisher||:||Mel Bay Publications - 2010-10-07|