Mountain Dulcimer - Intermediate
By Roy Orbison. Arranged by Larry Conger. Tablature. 4 pages. Published by Larry Conger/Dulcimerican Music (H0.215757-85650).
Item Number: H0.215757-85650
Written and recorded by Roy Orbison in 1963, this tune also became a hit for Linda Ronstadt in 1977. It is arranged for two dulcimers in DAD tuning. The melody part, played on a standard dulcimer, can stand alone as a solo. The optional second part is the bass line. This part is best performed on a bass dulcimer. However, it can also be played on a second, standard dulcimer. Both parts will require a 1+ fret.
It's syncopated rhythms will make it mildly challenging for the intermediate level player. The song's familiarity will help with learning it.
Tablature, lyrics and guitar chords are included.
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