Appalachian dulcimer


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Appalachian dulcimer

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Mitchell's unencumbered voice, arguably at its purest, was supported by Appalachian dulcimer, drums and open-tuned guitar.
Whether singing unaccompanied or with six and 12 string guitar, bodhran and Appalachian dulcimer, Geoff 's guest appearances are like spending a raucous evening with an old friend.
The most information one might hope to find on the hummel is on the similar, though organologically distinct, Appalachian dulcimer.
In this second edition publication Smith (author of Folk Songs of Old Virginia and Greenwich Village: The Happy Folk Singing Days, 1950s and 1960s) closely follows the history of the Appalachian dulcimer from European origin, American re-invention, near extinction to revival, and its current prominent place in Southern music.
He plays just about anything with strings including the traditional fiddle, Chinese erhu, Appalachian dulcimer, mandolin and six and twelve string acoustic guitars.
Inspired by their backgrounds in Celtic folk traditions, Lucy's intricate vocal style is accompanied by skilful playing on guitar, ukulele and Appalachian dulcimer.
Clayton had taught himself the guitar in high school; in college, he mastered the Appalachian dulcimer.
Bass and drums are provided by Martin Trewinnard and Colin Halliwell, while electric lead guitar is played by Pete Laity who also supplies mandolin and Appalachian dulcimer.
A full-time musician for more than 20 years, Geoff plays sixstring and 12-string guitars, Appalachian dulcimer and bodhran.
BOUZOUKI, banjo, Appalachian dulcimer, melodeons - and feet

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