Hurdy gurdy
HOW TO: NY Hurdy Gurdy Is Beautiful featuring Melissa Kacalanos www.melissatheloud.com playing her hurdy-gurdy November 14, 2006 on Canal Street New York, NY...
HOW TO: NY ~ HURDY GURDY IS BEAUTIFUL - YouTube
Nov 14, 2006 ... HOW TO: NY Hurdy Gurdy Is Beautiful featuring Melissa Kacalanos www. melissatheloud.com playing her hurdy-gurdy November 14, 2006 on ...
Medieval dance tunes, Hurdy Gurdy - English Heritage - YouTube
Jul 6, 2008 ... Demonstration of how to play the Hurdy Gurdy, a medieval musical instrument, by Wyndebagge, at an English Heritage Living History event at ...
Valentin Clastrier
French musician Valentin Clastrier (born 1947) is one of the few performers in the world specializing in contemporary music for the hurdy-gurdy; before Clastrier, the instrument was used primarily in ...
Dominique Regef
Dominique Regef (b. Paris, 1947) is a French improvisor, composer, and musician specializing in stringed instruments: the cello, the rebec, the vièle à archet, and the Rajasthan dilruba. Dominique Reg...
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Drejelire
The drejelire is a musical instrument, a type of hurdy-gurdy that uses a rosined wheel to create sound. It is considered the national instrument of Sweden, a status shared with the nyckelharpa.The dre...
Régine Chassagne
Régine Chassagne ([ʁeˈʒin ʃaˈsaːɲ]; born 18 August 1977) is a Canadian multi-instrumentalist musician and singer, and a founding member of the band Arcade Fire. She is married to co-founder Win Butler...
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Donskoy ryley
The Donskoy ryley (Russian: Донской рылей) is a stringed musical instrument from Russia. It is a type of hurdy-gurdy, where the strings are constantly bowed by a wheel which is turned using a cran...
Hurdy gurdy
The hurdy-gurdy is a stringed instrument that produces sound by a crank-turned, rosined wheel rubbing against the strings. The wheel functions much like a violin bow, and single notes played on the in...
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Organistrum
The organistrum is an early form of hurdy-gurdy that originated in northern Spain as an instrument used for singing instruction in monastic settings. Generally considered the ancestor of all subsequen...
Organistrum - Wikipedia
Taras Kompanichenko
Таras Коmpanichenkо (Ukrainian: Тарас Компаніченко — born in 1969 in Kyiv, Ukraine) is a recording artist, an influential kobzar, bandurist, lutenist, lira player, composer and singer-songwriter....
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Mykola Budnyk
Mykola Petrovych Budnyk Ukrainian: Мико́ла Петро́вич Будник was a luthier and traditional performer in the Kobzar tradition. He was active in authentic construction and recreation of historic fol...
Kaisatsuko
The kaisatsuko (Japanese: 回擦胡, literally "wheel-bowed fiddle") is a mechanical experimental musical instrument invented by Yuichi Onoue of Tokyo, Japan.The instrument consists of two strings on a fret...
Nigel Eaton
Nigel Eaton is an English hurdy-gurdy player. He originally played the piano and cello but switched to the hurdy-gurdy in 1981 when his father, Christopher Eaton, began making them. He performed as pa...
Jean-François Dutertre
Jean-François Dutertre is a French singer-songwriter and player of the hurdy-gurdy, épinette des Vosges, and traditional French music. He also plays the bodhran and the bouzouki.He has been a member ...
Wheelharp
The wheelharp is a musical instrument with bowed strings controlled by a keyboard and foot-controlled motor, similar to Leonardo da Vinci's Viola organista, a keyboard-operated string instrument for c...
Pavlo Hashchenko
Pavlo Ivanovych Hashchenko ( -1933) was a Ukrainian kobzar and bandura player.Hashchenko was originally from Poltava province but lived most of his life in the village of Konstantynivka, Bohodukhiv co...
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Lirnyk
The lirnyk (Ukrainian: лірник; plural лірники - lirnyky) were itinerant Ukrainian musicians who performed religious, historical and epic songs to the accompaniment of a lira, the Ukrainian version of ...
Lirnyk - Wikipedia
Bowed clavier
The bowed clavier (Bogenclavier,streichklavier or geigenwerke in German) is a keyboard instrument strung with gut strings, the tone of which is produced by a steadily revolving, well rosined cylinder ...
Kobzar
A Kobzar (Ukrainian: кобзар, pl. kobzari Ukrainian: кобзарі) was an itinerant Ukrainian bard who sang to his own accompaniment played on a multistringed bandura or kobza.
Kobzars were ofte...
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Dorothy Carter
Dorothy Carter (1935 - June 7, 2003) was an American musician.She was born in New York, New York in 1935 and died in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2003. Carter performed contemporary, folk, traditional an...
Jim O'Rourke (musician)
Jim O'Rourke (born January 18, 1969) is an Irish American musician and record producer. He was long associated with the Chicago experimental and improv scene. Around 2000, he relocated to New York bef...
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Vielle à roue et à manche
The vielle à roue et à manche (called dulcigurdy by some luthiers) is a modern term for an early music instrument, of unknown original name, of the hurdy-gurdy family, but distinct in that the notes w...
Lira (instrument)
The lira, or relia, (Ukrainian: ліра) is a Ukrainian variant of the hurdy-gurdy, an instrument which can trace its history back to the 10th century. Regarding the origins of the lira in the region...
Lira (instrument) - Wikipedia
Andy Irvine (musician)
Andrew Kennedy 'Andy' Irvine is an Irish folk musician, singer-songwriter, and a founding member of popular bands Sweeney's Men, Planxty, Patrick Street and Mozaik. He is an accomplished player of the...
Andy Irvine (musician) - Wikipedia
Harmonichord
A Harmonichord is a kind of upright piano, in which the strings are set in vibration not by the blow of the hammer but by indirectly transmitted friction.
The harmonichord, one of the many attempt...