Wilderness Road Dulcimer Club

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Every Tuesday at 7:00pm at the Rose Hill Christian Church.


Come and learn how to play the Mountain Dulcimer or just listen to the music.  We usually have a few dulcimers available at the meetings for you to try. 


I have added the midi music files to the  Songs To Practice  list.  We will be playing these songs at the National Park on Saturday, June 3rd, 2006 at 8:00p.m.










About the 

Wilderness Road Dulcimer Club


In July of 2005 four local residents began to play dulcimer together. Member Joan Porter had received a grant from the Puffin Foundation to support the promotion of the Appalachian Dulcimer in Rose Hill.   This group decided to give a free performance in downtown Rose Hill, Virginia on  August 27, 2005 to promote the idea of a dulcimer club.  They performed at the Barnyard Dance Club and had a full house.  A local dulcimer builder donated a beautiful cherry dulcimer to be given away as a door prize.  From this performance we had several people start attending the Tuesday evening meetings and formed the "Rose Hill Dulcimer Club"


At the last meeting of 2005 the club members voted to change the name of the club to "Wilderness Road Dulcimer Club".