From the mountains of Western Maryland and West Virginia comes a series of short films about Appalachian traditions in our changing world.
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Artist: Neal Hellman Album: Oktober County Genre: Instrumental, Traditional, Ancient music, world music Year: 1988 Origin: USA Incredible instrumental.
Album · 2012 · 16 Songs. Neal Hellman & Shiloh Hellman.
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The Appalachian dulcimer (many variant names; see below) is a fretted string instrument of the zither family, typically with three or four strings, originally played in the Appalachian region of the United States. The body extends the length of the fingerboard, and its fretting is generally diatonic. The Appalachian dulcimer has many variant names. Most often it is simply called a dulcimer (also rendered as "dulcimore", "dulcymore", "delcimer", "delcimore", et.
Hellman On Dulcimer Duets With Banjo, Autoharp, Harmonica, Fiddle And Other Instruments. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Artist: Hellman, Neal Title: Duets Genre: Folk Type: Used - LP Label: Kicking Mule Catalog ID: KM 222 Country: USA Our ID: 102696. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
Folk artist Neal Hellman is a master Appalachian mountain dulcimer player (a variation of the medieval European instrument) and has written several books transcribing tunes and teaching technique. Playing with a host of friends, his lyrical tunes hark back to a simpler time. Folk artist Neal Hellman is a master Appalachian mountain dulcimer player (a variation of the medieval European instrument) and has written several books transcribing tunes and teaching technique.
In this blog post Neal Hellman tells about his passion about the Mountain Dulcimer or Appalachian Dulcimer, whow he wrote his first book about the dulcimer and after some time also found a publisher for this project. And the about Richard Fariña, who during the early sixties brought the mountain dulcimer from the Appalachians to the cities and to the young generation. Richard George Fariña was born in 1937 and brought up in Flatbush Brooklyn on Linden Boulevard less then a mile from my parent’s house. To anyone over 40 who plays the dulcimer Richard Farina has earned patriarchal status. The idea to write a book about Richard Fariña and the Dulcimer, but he did not find a publishing company for this. So Neal Hellman decided to publish the book by his own. He printed 5000 copies, and did not sell very many books in the beginning.
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|I Am A Little Scholar|
|Bonnie Blue Flag|
|A Dog Named Blue|
|The 8th Of January|
|Ducks On The Pond/ Boatin Up The Sandy|
|Seven Bridges Road|
|KM 222||Neal Hellman||Appalachian Dulcimer Duets (LP)||Kicking Mule Records||KM 222||US||1981|
|KMC 222||Neal Hellman||Appalachian Dulcimer Duets (Cass, Album)||Kicking Mule Records||KMC 222||US||1981|