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Re: Bowing the Dulcimer
quite possible, but I honestly don't know.
Gary Lehmann wrote:
> Mark wrote:
> > I'm not sure if this would help anyone, but I saw a street performer in
> > CA a few weeks ago and he was playing a hammer dulcimer. However, he
> seemed to
> > have a few special hammers that had a crescent shaped end that must
> > coated with rosin or the equivalent. With this setup, he was able to
> > hammered and bowed sounds. It was VERY cool.
> I saw a fellow at the NAMM show doing this--Michael Masley. He's in a
> with Michael Manring, and does a lot of solo stuff. Think it was him?