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March 26, 2005

What is a Hurdy-Gurdy

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Over the last five decades air guitar has been created, perfected, and eventually elevated to the status of a bona fide art form. While air guitar is a fascinating and rewarding pastime, the Brothers Randall believe that an even higher form of art is that of "object guitar", the use of various objects in order to mimic the playing of a guitar

(Art above by George Callaghan). Many Odd Links of Unusual String Instruments and other Strange Musical Links Here

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You left out the bowed dulcimer, an instrument invented by my band-mate Ken Bloom. The first annual Pilot Mountain Bowed Dulcimer Festival is taking place this weekend. See http://www.boweddulcimer.com/

Note that Ken is the first and so far only luthier building this instrument, and also the only person teaching it, but there are a lot of players who follow him around like goslings.

Posted by: Melinama at Mar 26, 2005 6:52:06 PM

Yes, I like this "Hardanger Bowed Dulcimer" there -
http://www.boweddulcimer.com/product-Hardanger.htm

Posted by: Hanan at Mar 27, 2005 12:50:30 PM