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Bantry Girl's Lament


musician/member name: People & Blogs
Duration: 00:01:55
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Playing my newly built Mountain Dulcimer. It is a prototype model, made with an elevated Fingerboard, attached only at the front and back, allowing virtually all of the soundboard to freely vibrate. The instrument has clearly more volume and sustain. It is a model I will continue to work on and develop.
Bob
09/02/19 03:49:55PM @bob:

Dan:

Bravo!

Thank you, Dan!


Dan
09/02/19 07:46:06AM @dan:

Bravo!


Bob
08/28/19 10:12:11PM @bob:

Dusty Turtle:

I just commented on your picture of this instrument that I wanted to hear what it sounds like. I guess I got my wish!

It's hard to tell through computer audio, but you seem to have a nice warm tone and lots of sustain.

Dusty- I wish you could play this baby! I am so surprised at the fullness of sound. It really sings and the high notes ring. I believe this will become my standard fingerboard design. 


Dusty Turtle
08/28/19 09:51:56PM @dusty-turtle:

I just commented on your picture of this instrument that I wanted to hear what it sounds like. I guess I got my wish!

It's hard to tell through computer audio, but you seem to have a nice warm tone and lots of sustain.


Steven Berger
08/28/19 05:22:12PM @steven-berger:

Beautiful sounding dulcimer, Bob! I really like your right hand technique while playing this tune!