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Mountain Dulcimer - Early Intermediate - Digital Download
By Arlo Guthrie. Arranged by Larry Conger. Tablature. 4 pages. Published by Larry Conger/Dulcimerican Music (H0.650623-SC001276902).
Item Number: H0.650623-SC001276902
Arlo Guthrie's classic from 1972, this song was also recorded by Willie Nelson in 1984. The arrangement is intended for the lower intermediate level mountain dulcimer player with a working knowledge of two and three finger chords as well as chord-melody style of playing.
1-5-8 or DAD tuning. Three pages. Tablature, standard musical notation, lyrics and guitar accompaniment chords are included.
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