On September 19, 2012
In Dulcimer, Music
The langeleik is a traditional Norwegian diatonic zither. The langeleik typically has tall wooden frets glued directly to the soundboard, one melody string and 7 drones.
You should check out these guys, http://www.reverbnation.com/sudandudan Acoustic Guitar and Langeleik, and music so sad you’d think they lived in the dark six months out of the year. 🙂
Both. It is a long, complicated story… 🙂
Is that a relative on the paternal or the maternal side?
What fun, Doug! Thank you!
That was sure pretty -what a nice way to end my day! Thanks Doug
A great photo of Rachel Schwartz and her automatic bialy maker. Made to look like a zither, but in reality, this machine put her at odds with the Bialy Bakers Union, Local #45. The union did win out in the long run. Rachel did gig in Delaware and was told not to make bialys with her zither.
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