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Plucked Psaltery
8 months ago

Plucked Psaltery

Unlike the bowed psaltery, a plucked psaltery dates back to medieval times. A plucked psaltery is made from a raised board or wooden box.
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Psaltery Bows
8 months ago

Psaltery Bows

A psaltery bow is what it sounds like: a bow that is used to play a psaltery. There is no standard size or shape, unlike the violin, for example.
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What is a psaltery in the Bible?
8 months ago

What is a psaltery in the Bible?

A psaltery in the Bible is a stringed instrument translated from the Hebrew nebel or nabel. Occasionally, this has been translated as viol or lute.
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Bowed Psaltery
8 months ago

Bowed Psaltery

A bowed psaltery is is a psaltery that’s played using a bow. It’s pretty quick to master because it’s really easy to play a bowed psaltery by ear.
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Best Psaltery
10 months ago

Best Psaltery

What is it?

One can argue that the modern day violin, guitar and other stringed instruments owe their existence to the psaltery. In fact, early pictorial depictions of the psaltery …
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How to Play a Dulcimer
10 months ago

How to Play a Dulcimer

Dulcimers are often regarded as one of the easiest stringed instruments to learn. Let us take you through on how to play a dulcimer!
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Dulcimer T-Shirts
12 months ago

Dulcimer T-Shirts

Add some fun to your wardrobe with these dulcimer t-shirts or give it as the perfect gift!
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Stick Dulcimer
12 months ago

Stick Dulcimer

A stick dulcimer is one of the easiest string instruments. With only three strings, it’s very simple, making it the ideal instrument for beginners.
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The Best Dulcimer Guitars Reviewed for 2020
2 years ago

The Best Dulcimer Guitars Reviewed for 2020

Dulcimer guitars, or dulcitars, are a recent creation from Seagull Guitars that artfully blend the mountain dulcimer, banjo, and guitar.
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Dulcimer Tuning
2 years ago

Dulcimer Tuning

The tuning you use with your dulcimer can change a lot about how you play it and what you can play on it. The tonality changes and the feel is different, different songs suggest themselves, and you have to learn a whole new set of scales and chords!
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