Instrumental Duet Dulcimer,Instrumental Duet - Level 3 - Digital Download
By Linda Ronstadt. By Joe Melson and Roy Orbison. Arranged by Larry & Elaine Conger. Rock. Score and parts. 4 pages. Larry Conger/Dulcimerican Music #3057227. Published by Larry Conger/Dulcimerican Music (A0.509657).
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 by Larry and Elaine Conger. 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.
Check out other dulcimer tabs by Larry and Elaine on Sheet Music Plus.
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