@David Bennett started 3 weeks ago - replies: 2
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@David Bennett started 4 months ago - replies: 7
Most of the subfolders have many (over 200 I think) audio files you can download...
@David Bennett started 4 months ago - replies: 4
I just stumbled across this great historical resource of Mountain Dulcimers and music:
I'm sure folks here...
@Bob started 5 months ago - replies: 3
Any one know how many pieces he made. I've found reference to Number 740, any information is greatly appreciated!
@Dan started 6 months ago - replies: 0
From what I understand, Dulcimers from the first half of the 20th century and earlier, tended to be in just intonation. I have learnt in the last...
@Greg started 7 months ago - replies: 15
I have come across the sibling of D52 in L. Allen Smith's Catalogue on page 71! Any knowledge of the maker would be greatly appreciated...
@Dan started 8 months ago - replies: 15
I ran across this article while searching the internet today and thought I'd share. I'm not sure if it has been posted previously or not.
@Banjimer started 7 months ago - replies: 6
@David Bennett started 8 months ago - replies: 1
For my birthday Karen gave me a 6 CD set, Anthology of American Folk Music, originally released in 1952 on vinyl. Musicologist Harry Smith...
@David Bennett started 8 months ago - replies: 10
@Stewart McCormick started 8 months ago - replies: 12
Here's a short piece I put together in honor of today being the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I:
11-11-18: Appalachian Dulcimer...
@David Bennett started 8 months ago - replies: 5
I've been collecting notes from the various Amburgey dulcimers I've encountered in person, as well as the various notes that people have included...
@Clockdr started 10 months ago - replies: 6
Mountain dulcimer, ballad singing, and even a mouth bow and lots more to be seen & heard! http://www.folkstreams.net/film,128
@Robin Thompson started 9 years ago - replies: 9
@Dan started 11 months ago - replies: 2
Jethro Amburgey #883 Comes HomeSource: Carolina Mountain Life Spring 2018article starts on page...
@David Bennett started 11 months ago - replies: 1
Amongst the dross, I recently found a kratz-zither for sale on eBay. The former owner had this for about 40 years but knew practically nothing...
@Clockdr started 11 months ago - replies: 3
Today I ran across a letter to the editor written in 1973 regarding Dulcimer vs Dulcimore. Hopefully the screen capture I made will come out OK.
@David Bennett started last year - replies: 7