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Artist: Dulcimore Dan
Genre: Folk
Duration: 00:01:45

Description:
Tennessee Church Dulcimore 29 inch VSL all poplar with bone nut and bridge. Five string tuned DAAdd.

Charles Thomas
09/16/16 10:00:16PM @charles-thomas:

Dan, That was awesome!! As a noter player I am in awe of your technique.


Dan
09/12/16 07:34:44PM @dan:

marg:

 Listening to your music, so many different tones. How many are different dulcimers and how many are different tunings? Could you list some of your tunings, it is so nice to hear so many of your different tunes right next to each other. 

 

marg, I make dulcimore, so I have my own eight pieces and a few stock pieces at arms reach. Traditional Dulcimore is tuned in modes. I can better describe it as relationship. 1-5-8 Mixolydian, 1-5-7 Aolian, 1-5-5 Ionian, and 1-5-4 Dorian. The are not tuned to a key. I can tune "higher" for a bright "bell" tone, or slacked much lower for a haunting swoosh. Each instrument begs to be played somewhere it finds a "sweet spot" in!


marg
09/12/16 06:55:05PM @marg:

 Listening to your music, so many different tones. How many are different dulcimers and how many are different tunings? Could you list some of your tunings, it is so nice to hear so many of your different tunes right next to each other. 

 


Lynn austin
09/12/16 09:17:50AM @lynn-austin:

Wow Dan, that was awesome!!!


Steven Berger
09/11/16 07:24:54PM @steven-berger:

WOW! thumbsup...for both the sound of that dulcimer, and for the playing!

 

Steven


Dan
09/11/16 06:48:05PM @dan:

Thank you!


Lexie R Oakley
09/01/16 11:20:14AM @lexie-r-oakley:

That church dulci not only looks beautiful it belts out the sound. Excellent Dan!