Learn To Play The Mountain Dulcimer At The Molino Library

January 22, 2019

You can learn to play the mountain dulcimer at the Molino Branch Library.

The “Molino Melodies” class will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, January 29 at the library. The class is free, and no experience or materials are required. Dulcimers are provided for the class.

Pictured: Last Tuesday’s mountain dulcimer class at the Molino Branch Library. NorthEscambia.com photos, Click to enlarge.

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4 Responses to “Learn To Play The Mountain Dulcimer At The Molino Library”

  1. Melody on January 22nd, 2019 9:29 pm

    Sandra
    We are meeting again next Tuesday at 6pm. The instructor said hopefully that will continue every week as long as folks are interested in coming to learn. I enjoyed the class and was some what playing part of a song after 1st class tonight.

  2. BentStraight on January 22nd, 2019 2:43 pm

    The Dogwood Dulcimer Clubs meets on Monday nights at Trinity Presbyterian Church on Bayou Blvd in Pensacola, FL. 7 pm. We don’t meet on church holidays. Anyone is welcome to join us to play or listen! Our main festival is the 4th weekend in October at Lake Stone, in Century FL. http://www.gulfweb.net/rlwalker/dogwood/

  3. Sandra on January 22nd, 2019 10:47 am

    I would love to attend some classes on the Dulcimer. I have my own and never learned to play. Will there be future classes as I cannot attend tonight. Need a little more notice. Thanks.

  4. Mike Tichenor on January 22nd, 2019 9:30 am

    Hello! Back in the 90s, I was blessed to be part of a dulcimer club here in SW Missouri. We met monthly, had wonderful fellowship and played great music. Both mountain and hammered dulcimer, along with guitar accompanists participated. We put on a very popular festival every summer.





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