Robin Clark

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Location: Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales
Country: GB

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Heritage dulcimer first look 26 feb 16


musician/member name: Music
Duration: 00:08:47
description:
The Heritage dulcimer is produced by Chas Hagen and is an off-the-shelf production model based on the features and playing styles of pre-1960s instruments. There are more details about the instrument at www.dulcimers.co.uk
Anne Bowman
04/09/16 10:10:06AM @anne-bowman:

Found this of Richard Troughear  playing one of his dulcimers with Adrian Kronsky


Anne Bowman
04/08/16 09:38:22AM @anne-bowman:

Really interesting Robin. You explain things very well. By the way, Australian make Richard Troughear also makes his dulcimers with fiddle edges, which I agree does look lovely. The one I have, made by him, does sound quite different to my Ron Gibson ...http://dulcimers.com.au/


Lexie R Oakley
03/04/16 12:26:08PM @lexie-r-oakley:

Very beautiful dulcimer, Nice to hear you play.


Sam
02/28/16 05:25:21AM @sam:

Dulcimer has great sound. Nice job playing it too. 


Gail Webber
02/27/16 08:33:55AM @gail-webber:

Very nice sounding dulcimer and great playing from you.

 


marg
02/27/16 01:58:54AM @marg:

Very nice


Steven Berger
02/26/16 08:45:20PM @steven-berger:

Robin, congratulations on your new dulcimer...it looks really nice and sounds great! I'd like to take the opportunity to thank you...it was largely from reading your posts and watching your videos both here and on ED about your pre-revival replica dulcimers that I decided to get the Will Singleton replica from John Knopf. I'm learning a lot from you.