Next Meeting: Monday, March 15th
The Pocono Dulcimer Club meets the 3rd Monday of the month at the Eastern Monroe County Library on Rte. 611 in Stroudsburg in the Edinger Community Room, However, due to Concerns related to COVID-19, we are now meeting via Zoom.
(The Zoom link will be sent to club members no later than the Saturday prior to the monthly meeting – to get the link please join our club’s email list.)
In March we’ll start off with 2 or 3 familiar tunes we can all play, and then Norm will teach a couple of newer tunes (Skye Boat Song & Sweet Marie) along with some skill building. In our second hour we’ll focus on playing common Jam tunes (as found below). It’s always a good time.
Here are a few of the tunes we play and we’re learning more all the time.
Amazing Grace – Angelina Baker – Arkansas Traveler – Barlow Knife – Bile Dem Cabbage w/ B part – Black Mountain Rag – Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine – Bonaparte’s Retreat – Camp Meeting on the 4th of July – Coleman’s March – Cripple Creek – Down the River I Go – Egan’s Polka – Flop Eared Mule – Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss – Golden Slippers – Grey Cat on a Tennessee Farm – Grey Squirrel Eating up the New Ground Corn – Hard Times – Holy Manna – I’ll Fly Away – John Ryan’s Polka – Liberty – Little Bitty Man – Little Liza Jane – Liza Jane – Mes Parent – Mississippi Sawyer – Oh Susannah – Old Joe Clark – Old Rosin the Beau – Over The Waterfall – Pretty Betty Martin – Ragtime Annie – Rock the Cradle Joe – Sadie at the Back Door – Sandy River Belle – Midnight on the Water – Pretty Little Girl with the Blue Dress On – Sadie at the Back Door – Sheepy and the Goat – Simple Gifts – Soldiers Joy – Southwind – Spotted Pony- Whiskey Before Breakfast – Wildwood Flower – Yellow Rose of Texas …and many more!
You can find many of these tunes in Stephen Seifert’s “Join the Jam,” Books 1 & 2