by Steve Eulberg
I’ve always been drawn to this lovely prelude by Frederic Chopin, and being able to arrange it and play it on mountain dulcimer feels awesome!
I have been been hard at work filming and editing this lesson for mountain dulcimer players on DulcimerCrossing and am delighted to report that it is finally ready!
Chopin wrote this piece in the key of Dflat, and I am playing it in that key, tuning everything 1/2 step lower to Db-Ab-db, but the musical score is written in the more familiar key of D (D-A-d tuning).
This piece requires the use of the 1+ or 1-1/2 fret for the C Part, and a couple of bent notes.
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