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HAMMERED DULCIMER

   
Definition: Large trapezoidal zither with many strings in pairs, 3s or 4s stretched over long (sometimes individually moveable) bridges. Played with small wooden or cane hammers. Played in British Isles and North America. Closely related to the Hungarian cymbalom, German/Swiss hackbrett, Iraqi and Iranian santir (probably the origin of all of these), Indian santoor, Korean yangum and Chinese yang qin.

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Clarke Sweetone High D Whistle, Silver Silver finish. Traditional tapering tin tube, moulded black plastic mouthpiece

Clarke Sweetone High D Whistle, Silver


Silver finish. Traditional tapering tin tube, moulded black plastic mouthpiece

Item ID: GR23071S   Model No: SSSD   
    Product Features
  • Easy to play, great for beginners
  • Bright sound
  • Clarke has been making whistles in England since 1843
    Product Specifications
  • Tapered tin body
  • Black plastic mouthpiece
  • Color: Silver
  • Made in: United Kingdom
  • Model Number: SSSD
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Tapered Tin Whistles Information


Whistles made out of a rolled up and soldered sheet of metal, with a wooden plug tend to sound very breathy. This type of whistle offers a different range of sounds to the other methods of construction. Conical bore instruments tend to have a more focussed sound.
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