Dulcimer, Vocals – Ken Bloom. 11. John Aron's Farewell To Cuyahoga. Written-By – Ken BloomZither, Dulcimer – Ken Bloom. 12. Gallop To Georgia. Dulcimer, Guitar, Bass – Ken BloomFiddle – Harry Bolick. 13. Neil Gow's Lament. Dulcimer, Guitar, Tin Whistle – Ken Bloom. 14. Grey Cat On The Tennessee Farm. Dulcimer, Vocals – Ken BloomVocals – Milky "Nuisance" Bolick. 15. Waltz For My Aunt Luba.
Bowed dulcimer made by Ken Bloom. A bowed lyre of ancient Finnish origin, related to similar northern European instruments. Body is oak, soundboard heat processed birch, bridge, the string extension piece and the neck reinforcement are ash, and the tuning pegs are beech.
The Performer at Festivals. Canadian Folk Music Bulletin (1982) Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 10-12. performance opportunities frostbite festival (whitehorse, yukon territory). Bowed Dulcimer: Selective Adaptation. Dulcimer Players News (2010) Vol. 36, No. 1, pp. 34-35. bow instrument characteristics.
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The bowed dulcimer is a musical instrument. Designed in the style of the Appalachian dulcimer (a fretted string instrument of the zither family, typically with three or four strings), it is either a standard instrument played with a violin bow, or a purpose-built dulcimer designed around bow playing. The purpose-designed instrument is described as resembling a hybrid between a dulcimer and a cello or viola da gamba.
On album: P-068(b) (Jane Peppler/ Cabaret Warsaw/ Yiddish & Polish Hits of the d by Mappamundi) Track ID: 36857 Artist: Mappamundi Piano Enoch, Aviva Bass Vasile, Bob ina/Piano Peppler, Jane Violin Holmgren, Beth ouki/Bowed Dulcimer Bloom, Ken Bass Baird, Jim First line: Brilliant pinpoints of light twinkle out in the cosmos.
Mike Durland 143. 5:09. Ken Bloom at Wheatland, 1981. Stone Pony" on Bowed Dulcimer by Ken Bloom. Ken Bloom on Broadway flops. Oxford Academic (Oxford University Press) 195. 13:58. Ken Bloom's Orchestra.