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  1. Hi Dizzi and Emily....I have followed your beautiful music on YOUTUBE for the last 5 years and always enjoy everything I hear. Peace,light,love, and joy...Robert

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  2. Thanks so much for posting a website. I have just bought a hammered dulcimer after wanting one for years. Even though I know absolutely noting about them other than I love the sound. I have found the answer to EVERY question I have about them on your site! Thank you so much again. I will be coming back to your site often.

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  3. I as an independent artist and record label owner love the fact that artists like yourself are still doing shows and selling "physical" cds in this digital age. Keep up the great work.

    http://www.cdbaby.com/llovehuey

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  4. I recently upsized my dulcimer to the Dizzi signature model and I think it may have been the best purchase in my life! It's an absolutely stunning instrument and our cat sends her thanks for the box it came in! Keep being amazing! xxx

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  5. I so enjoyed listening to you play on the videos. I have a 13 y/o son who plays percussion in the Symphonic band at school and also plays with Orchestra at Church. Very talented (only under 18 y/o to play w/Orchestra. I am jealous (ha ha) I was learning to play guitar, having given up violin as a child, but medical complications have stopped me. I have lost all but my thumb, index and middle fingers on my right hand at mid joints, so fingering a neck and strummins strings is pretty much out. I just wonder if a Hammered Dulcimer could give me back the opporunity to play with him. My eyesite s somewhat limited, but hat's another hurdle. Any thoughts?...MD

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  6. Dizzy, I will be ordering some of your dvd's in the near future. I purchased and now am slowly learning the hammered dulcimer BECAUSE of your talents and great videos! Keep up the great work, love what your doing!

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  7. I would love to purchase a few CD's of your music. It sounds amazing!!!! Anyway, I do not know anything about the Dulcimer instruments and I am curious. Which of the Dulcimer instruments has the best sound all round?

    Kind regards Russ.

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  8. I've read books that mentioned the hammered dulcimer various times and I've always wondered what it looked and sounded like. I wish I had discovered it sooner.
    I wish there were a place in the Northwest United States that offered lessons.

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  9. Just received the Dulci Solo CD. I totally love it.

    Greetings from germany

    Sandro

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  10. I just enjoy your music. It sounds so beautiful.
    When i hear you play i just can't stop dreaming... like anything could happen.
    You bring magic to people with your music and im so grateful!
    Im from Denmark and im a big fan!

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  11. I got my first hammered about 6 months ago I guess. A Dusty Strings D10. Then I discovered you on Youtube. You ladies are just fabulous! I'd give anything to meet you both, and watch you play. I learned a lot through your videos, and want to buy the 3 instructional DVD's. I live in the USA. I hope I can see you sometime in person! Thank you both for all you do!

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  12. I have to say: Great music. Your instrument is also part of some traditional folk music of Austria, Bavaria and Switzerland, which I really enjoy. Best wishes from Upperaustria! Michael

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  13. Stumbled across your instructional videos on Youtube. Thanks for the help. I dismantled a 105 year-old piano and had a spruce soundboard that I could not stand to waste so I built an 11/12 dulcimer from a sketch on the Smithsonian traditional music web page. Now, to learn to play the thing. This pic was taken before I added the bass bridge. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=502957558534&set=a.502956949754.2005505.167300684&type=3&theater

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  14. I played the 2 cds you sent me last week, today plus the live dvd. Loved every minute & have promptly orded 2 more. Keep that beautiful music coming.

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  15. I enjoy your music, it has a very passionate appeal to it. Keep at it, there's too many people just doing the guitar, bass and keyboard. There is a lot to love about the traditionalist instruments, and so few people who know about this wonderful style of music.

    Keep doing what you guys do.

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  16. Whilst hunting about the web trying to find a competent synthesizer emulation of a dulcimer, I stumbled upon your wonderful site and Youtube videos and I must say I now want to learn this instrument. I'm afraid even the best synth patch would never sound as good as you manipulate your 'board'. I'm a fan now !

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  17. Greetings from Birmingham, Alabama, USA.

    I just enjoy listening to the hammer dulcimer and your music.

    Best Regards!
    Randall McDaniel
    "Your Rock Doctor"
    Geologist.

    Tell me more about your quarry and site, intriguing, especially how you found it.

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  18. One of these days I will see you at a live performance. I don't know how or when but I'll make it.

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