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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 classes and workshops in the Appalachian dulcimer to hundreds of students in more than sixteen states....
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Our specialty is the mountain dulcimer; our five full-time craftsmen have 142 years of experience among them. The experience we have gained gives us the confidence to offer you a high-quality dulcimer at an affordable price, covered by a guarantee you can count on. At The Dulcimer Shoppe, in Mountain View, Arkansas, you'll find the highest quality, hand crafted mountain dulcimers anywhere. Our...
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Dulcimer makers, luthier, and musician: custom Appalachian mountain dulcimers using the best of traditional and contemporary techniques. I have been performing, teaching and making instruments since the mid 1970’s. During the 1980’s I toured throughout the United States and performed at many folk...
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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....
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Hand carved treenware and instruments in the Appalachian tradition. Wooden bowls, spoons, dulcimers, and more. When a cherry tree fell on my land a few years ago, I hated to see it waste away. It became the Founding Tree for Appalachian Tree Works. Using walnut, maple, cherry and other hardwoods...
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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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Is the owner and publisher of DickinsonDulcimer.com. Jess has an undergraduate degree from Mississippi State University and a law degree from the University of Mississippi. He practiced law in Gulfport for 22 years and, in 2002, was elected to serve as a justice on the Mississippi Supreme Court, from which he is retired in September 2017. Jess was then appointed by the Governor of Mississippi...
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Website for professional folk musician Sarah Morgan. The music of Sarah Morgan embodies her respect and joy of folk music and her creative approach to arranging. Backing traditional Appalachian melodies and haunting old time tunes with fresh harmonies and a progressive drive, she lends a new feel to seemingly "old" tunes, while accompanying pure and heartfelt vocals with the unpretentious sound...
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Mountain Made Music, dulcimers, Berg Dulcimers, Mountain dulcimers, Appalachian dulcimers, hammered dulcimers, lap harps. Dulcimers, Mountain Dulcimers, Dulcimer, Hammered Dulcimers, Lap Harps, Bowed Psalteries, Berg Dulcimers. 1916 hourglass mountain dulcimer Package Deal with hard wood case made by Bill Berg. "How to string a dulcimer" video produced by Jacob Berg, jacob-berg.squarespace.com....
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Gwen Caeli, mountain dulcimer instructor, author of "Fresh" dulcimer book series, CD "Hoe the Corn"- "Fresh Airs - Irish Antiquities", "Fresh Dances for Folk and Gentry" and "Fresh Faith - Hymn Trilogies", Spartanburg, SC. In the isolation and harshness of primitive highland living, music was a welcomed pastime that eased the highlanders' burdens. The dulcimer was born out of the memories of...
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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 and/or Music 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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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 dulcimer (or mountain dulcimer) is a fretted string instrument of the zither family, typically with three or four strings. It is native to the Appalachian region of the United States. The body extends the length of the fingerboard, and its fretting is generally diatonic. Although the Appalachian dulcimer first appeared in the early 19th century among Scots-Irish immigrant...
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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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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. We are proud to present our newest lessons, "Allemande" by Neal Hellman for mountain dulcimer players, in D-A-d tuning. Most people think of the...
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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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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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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. Dedicated to teaching, sharing, and enjoying the playing of Appalachian and. The Knoxville Area Dulcimer Club is an educational, non-profit organization. Classes are offered for the beginner to the advanced...
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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. Please be patient. Click Here. Dulcimers! Hammered Dulcimers and Other Acoustic Instruments. For the official Original Dulcimer Players Club page.
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Already a member and want to make changes to anything you've added to the site? Just log in and click the “View or Edit My Content/Information” link in the top right of each non-discussion page in the site. If you'd like a little help with this, here is a short tutorial: [pdf] [pptx]. How does EverythingDulcimer.com continue to be the leading place for great dulcimer information? Because of the...
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