A local musician taught rounds and accompanied the girls on a mountain dulcimer one year; a cabin neighbor was a special guest, telling true stories of bears and mountain lions from the area.
I decked him with my dulcimer - 90 strings, right in the chopper.
Violins and clarinets were used in instrumental combinations in all areas, with the bagpipe (ubiquitous since the Middle Ages) prevalent in Bohemia, and the double bass and dulcimer in Moravia.
The dulcimer 's bridge end has a brighter tone, so I turned the pattern control a bit toward omni, which resulted in a nice, wide cardioid that wasn't entirely focused on the center of the instrument.
Silk zither and dulcimer with strings are the most common traditional musical instruments.
Very early on, I was attracted to the sounds of stringed instruments like the dulcimer and mandolin, which were commonly played in that part of the country.
Dimotika are traditional rural folk songs often accompanied by a clarinet, lute, violin dulcimer , and drum.
Perfectly balanced with the unique voice are lovely, rising, symphonic chord sequences played on synthesisers and piano, as well as delicate samplings of dulcimer , bodhran, harmonium and cello.
King Nebuchadnezzar commanded everyone that at the sound of the cornet, flute, harp, psaltery, dulcimer and all kinds of music they should fall down and worship the golden image.
At their most lighthearted, the duo's bouncy ditties are anchored by sumptuous harmonies and effervescent acoustic guitar, mandolin and dulcimer .