by chance while looking online at folk instruments, followed a link
Who built your bowed psaltery?
I'm narrowing it down to Rick Long's baritone with cello strings and also have asked an acquaintance Don Peddle to consider building me one. Trying to get a sense of which direction (alto, tenor or baritone) to go. Also interested in the amplification - know nothing about amp, but love the effect!
How long have you played the bowed psaltery?
haven't played yet
How did you find out about our Psaltery Strings network?
followed another link
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Dona Benkert -
Illinois Lessons at Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago, IL
& Folk-Lore Center, Warrenville, IL
Phone: 630.393.1247 http://www.folk-lorecenter.com/
Tish Westman - West Virginia Lessons at Tamarack, Beckley, WV. Wednesday workshops also available for individual classes and to teach at festivals.
Sunday "Jam" 3:30 to 6:00. All instruments welcome, play mostly Old Time, Celtic & Gospel Music, not opposed to trying any tune called, once did a rap on Bowed Psalteries.
1-304-575-0998 email@example.com www.westmaninstruments.com
Karla Armstrong - Pennsylvania Karla plays a variety of instruments and does workshops as well. Please visit her web site for additional information or contact her via the web site or the information below.
(717) 632-8099 firstname.lastname@example.org http://upontheharp.com
If you are already on Tish's list, why don't you stop in and update your info? While your there take a look to see if there are new players in your area. Who knows, you might get together and make a recording.