Carole Pegg English & Scottish Folk Music Collection
Talk about scales, tuning, strings, etc.
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1CDR0010725 (copy of C1006/9)
English folk songs and music (Norfolk)
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Carole Pegg Collection
Billy Bennington's home in Church Lane, Barford, Norfolk, England, UK
Bennington, Billy, 1900-1986 (male)
Item notes: Billy Bennington talks about scales on the hammer dulcimer, and different ways of tuning (his instrument is tuned 'the Norfolk way'); his own dulcimer; when it was made; how it was constructed; the strings he uses. Part of a 90 minute informal interview / dulcimer lesson (which includes tunes, reminscences, etc.). Performer notes: 81 year old hammer dulcimer player from Barford, Norfolk