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There are many kinds of dulcimers, but two main types are most commonly heard today — the hammer dulcimer and the Appalachian, or mountain, dulcimer. Although the instruments are different from one another in several ways, the Appalachian dulcimer is often confused with the European hammer dulcimer.
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Home of hand crafted traditioal dulcimers ,made from local appalachian woods. Indivdually made not mass produced. I build dulcimers in the old traditional style. These instruments are patterned after those from the dulcimers earliest builders. Robin Clark playing Paint it Black on his Prichard.
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Recently, I purchased Melanie Johnston's PC Edition of TablEdit - a comination of tutorial and help for arranging with TablEdit. This is a very good manual for multiple levels of arranging for Dulcimer. Through her exercises and the beginning chapters, Melanie gives instruction and suggestions...
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Maureen received her first dulcimer for Christmas, 1989. She has studied dulcimer with the finest teachers in the world since that time. Maureen also is intensely interested in researching the instrument's history and the culture from which it came. For more than ten years, Maureen has taught...
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Shop Dulcimers at best rates online from McSpadden, Mountain View Arkansas. Speciality store for mountain dulcimer. Buy standard and custom Dulcimers - Hand crafted with high quality. Interested in a custom piece? McSpadden custom dulcimers have the same body and peghead shapes as our standard...
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Marsha Harris plays the Appalachian mountain dulcimer, bowed dulcimer, Galax dulcimer, Native American style flute and fiddle. She began playing old time music in 1993 and attends various fiddle festivals seeing friends, playing music and picking up tunes by ear. She teaches a variety of classes and students comment about her patience in teaching. She is the coordinator for the Crooked Road...
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TK O'Brien's offers a line of handcrafted mountain dulcimers, hammered dulcimers, lap harps, bowed psalteries and accessories to complement them. TK O'Brien Inc. is a provider of U.S. made handcrafted folk instruments and a variety of accompanying accessories. Instruments include lap harps, bowed psalteries, mountain dulcimers, a pickin' stick, and hammered dulcimers. You'll find cases, books,...
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A 26 minute instructional 2-camera video packed with everything you need to know to get started playing Mountain Dulcimer, taught in a relaxed style by Bradley Fish! Fish has released 3 CDs of musical loops for SONY and has a B.A. degree in guitar/world music. He's played dulcimer for the Dali Lama of Tibet in front of tens of thousands of people, shared the stage with a number of artists that...
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"Psychologically, we of today are poorly equipped to hear unaccompanied single-tone melodies, because we must instinctively and silently - and most often unconsciously - supply each heard tone with unsounded tones to support and accompany it.....Our brains, that is, hear any melody as if it were moving forward on the support of changing chords, or even as integers of such chords. In much of the...
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Dulcimer Crossing brings easy hammered and mountain dulcimer lessons to people ONLINE with over 1,000 videos, flash animations, pdf documents, backup tracks and more. Enjoy online dulcimer lessons at your own pace, within the comfort of your own home. It's fast and easy to get started - just TWO simple steps. First register and then sign up for the monthly payment plan. You can cancel at any...
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Knoxville Area Dulcimer Club Dulcimer; playing in East Tennessee; Lap Dulcimers; Hammered Dulcimers. If you experience any problems or see corrections on this website, please contact. The Knoxville Area Dulcimer Club is an educational, non-profit organization. Dedicated to teaching, sharing, and enjoying the playing of Appalachian and. Piece, here are the links to see the story & Mark, Terri...
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Welcome! Three Rivers Dulcimer Society (based in the Tri-Cities, Washington) first got together in March 2003. Our group continues to grow as people learn about us and hear us play. Folks in our group play mainly Appalachian mountain dulcimers, but we also have hammered dulcimers, mandolins, fiddles, guitars, penny whistles, bodhrans, flute, Irish harp, harmonica, cello and bass. We welcome all...
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Robert Rawlins is assistant professor and coordinator of music theory at Rowan University in Glass-boro, New Jersey. He has published books and articles on various aspects of music theory and performance, including his regular contributions to the Bell. Igor Stravinsky was one of the most celebrated musicians of modern times. So when he walked onstage in 1923, at the height of his career, to...
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The Appalachian mountain dulcimer is a true American instrument dating back to the early 1800s in southwestern Virginia. The Gardners invite you to visit them at their shop in Sutlers Row during their upcoming Civil War Reenactments or other Festivals and judge the pleasing sound of this down-home instrument for yourself. Please click on the video below for an introduction to our dulcimers....
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For players or lovers of hammered dulcimer (dulcimers), autoharp, harp, fiddle, or any acoustic instruments. Features Evart (Michigan) Funfest Dulcimer Festival and other music events. This whole site is undergoing renovation and all of the information is several years old. Please use the ODPC site instead. Click Here. Dulcimers! Hammered Dulcimers and Other Acoustic Instruments. For the...
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Welcome to the new EverythingDulcimer! This site contains a lot of information about the appalachain mountain dulcimer and the hammered dulcimer. Songs, tutorials, jam locations, builders, history - it's all coming! Take a look around. The site is still under development, but is expanding rapidly. Take a look at the latest news below. Work on the tab database has begun. The files are currently...
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Handcrafted Mountain Dulcimers in the beautiful foothills of Eastern Kentucky! Enjoy the simple, sweet tones of these finely manufactured instruments.The Mountain or Appalachian dulcimer is one of the easiest of all stringed instruments to play.The Dulcimer is in the midst of a great revival. People around the world are buying, building and playing this unique and historic musical instrument! I...
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Tish is one of the three full time resident studio Artisans at Tamarack in Beckley, West Virginia which is an art center showcasing “The Best of West Virginia”, Art and Crafts from across the state. Along with being a woodworker and Luthier she also is a singer/songwriter, musician and teacher of many stringed instruments. Plays Bowed Psaltery, Ukulele, Clawhammer Banjo, Autoharp and has won...
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Dulcimer makers, luthier, and musician: custom Appalachian mountain dulcimers for sale made using the best of traditional and contemporary lutherie. I have been performing, teaching and making dulcimers since the mid 1970’s. During the 1980’s I toured throughout the United States and performed at many folk festivals, dulcimer festivals and concert venues. I recorded two records (Yes, records,...
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