on tour

calender, on tour with our market stall

on tour

We usually present our musical instruments at music festivals and medieval also historical festivals, not only in germany, in the summertime.

We try to keep this page up to date, but changes at short notice can always occur.

Also you can isit us at our virtual stall

calender, on tour with our market stall 2024 

Stand 13.1.2024

  • Märkte 2024


images from our market stall


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stand for gongs

Stand for small gongs up to 20 cm or up to 25 cm diameter.

For table gongs or small Feng.

Made from massive larch wood, linseed varnish.

ready fitted.

Stand for large gongs up to 60 cm diameter.

from massive larch wood, lineseed finish

easy fitting with two srews

If you are interested we can make these stand from other wood or in other sizes

Please ask for this!

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We make Davul in different sizes:

  • 32x18 cm
  • 40 x 25 cm
  • 44 x 25 cm
  • 48 x 30 cm
  • 52 x 30 cm
  • 56 x 30 cm

The most popular sizes are 48 and 52 cm im diameter.
But other sizes are also available.
The colour is a light wood colour like Teak or dark like walnut.

For the skins are goat skins, calf skin or goat with hair abailable.

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Appalachian Dulcimer

The Apalachian Dulcimer developed in North America from the European Scheitholt or the North German Hummel and is used in folk music there.

The Appalachian Dulcimer has 4 strings. The two high strings are tuned the same, the others in a fifth to the root note.

A common mood is d - a - d '- d'

The frets are set diatonic.

Like a zither lying on the table or on the player's lap, the strings can be plucked or struck. At the neck you either grab a single string or all three at the same time with your finger or a bamboo stick. The effect of playing with a bottleneck is particularly typical, so that you can quickly slide over the strings between the frets. The fifth tuning enables open play with drone notes or chords.

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