Free Tabs

Here’s a listing of several sites that have free mountain dulcimer tablature.

Shelley Stevens: Tweetwater Productions  
Here’s a few tabs that either can’t be found on one if the tab sites in the links above or that have been tabbed out in their most basic form so that I (David B) can play them. Right click on the link to download the tune to your ‘puter or just click on it to open the pdf document:
The Lester S. Levy Collection of Sheet Music John Hopkins University
 Stephen Seifert’sLearn To Jam“: click on the link, there is another link about 3/4 of the way down the page for downloading a couple tabs and then other links of videos to play along with.

28 thoughts on “Free Tabs

  1. This is a great site. I have sent your link to members of my groups, namely the Lagniappe Dulcimer Society of Baton Rouge, LA and the Cajun Dulcimer Society of Lafayette, LA. Hope to see some of your members at our next dulcimer fete in March of 2014. We have a great line-up of

  2. Thank you for all you do for the Dulcimer players. These are great tabs and I like the way Jerry lays them out. I started out playing your 15 jam tunes tabs.

  3. What a pity it is that more people don’t say tahnk-you for this website and the tabs it contains. I have not been playing dulcimer for long, and thanks to your excellent site. I now have lots of songs to play.
    Regards and best wishes to al from the “man from downunder”
    Mike Owens

  4. I have been looking for PEACE IN THE VALLEY in almost all web sites that offer tab but have not been able to find it.Is it out there anywhere?

  5. Looking for tablature/Dulcimer for SWEET Beulah Land: I’m a beginner; instrument tuned for (?) D A A….rbelcher thanks!

  6. Looking for Old Brush Arbor by the Side of the Road tab. Old song. George Jones recorded. Sullivan Family had wonderful bluegrass gospel version, probably before Jones. Thanks for your site. Seems mighty helpful.

  7. The Todds introduced the world of dulcimers to us several years ago. Now this site has come to my attention through the Red River Valley Dulcimer Club in OK!! One of the wonderful things the dulcimer has brought is are the terrific people we have met all over the US!! All because the Todds took time to teach me! This site will be added to my faves. Thanks to your club and to the Todds!

  8. This is a fantastic, well done, tab resource. Thank you for your hard work and expertise in putting this website together and graciously sharing with us all. I sincerely appreciate it. Nancy Merritt

  9. I’m looking for the tab to Wildflowers Don’t Care Where They Grow. I saw a group playing this song on one of your sites. It’s a song I sing and play on auto harp. Thought I’d have to write my own tab, but if others are playing it, they must be out there somewhere. Can anyone help?

  10. Hi thank you for sharing yr tabs . Just learning. No music talent at all. Maybe if I am lucky can learn to play melody. Like that u put daa and dad together. Thanks again

  11. What an absolutely fantastic resource. I am a long time flatfooter and clogger and was hoping to find some of the great string band music I’m used to dancing to as I learn to play the dulcimer. This site has it all. Thanks so much for the time and effort you put into sharing with others.

  12. Thank you for site! It just keeps evolving into a place where any dulcimer player & old time music lover can come & have a wonderful time! There’s so much to listen to, play along with & learn! All of your time & effort is much appreciated from this neck of the world…south Louisiana.

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