Monday, May 21, 2012

Cuatro, Clàrsach & Dulcimer

I hope you will enjoy some more unusual instruments built from our gentleman luthier Furio Sciumbata.Cuatro venezuelano, Venezuelan cuatro, lutherie workshop, Furio Sciumbata, Livorno
Arpa celtica, Clàrsach, lutherie workshop, Furio Sciumbata, Livorno
Dulcimer, Appalachian dulcimer, lutherie workshop, Furio Sciumbata, Livorno
See also: Lutherie Workshop - Guitars, at Last!
External links: Venezuelan cuatro - Clàrsach - Appalachian dulcimer (Wikipedia)
Contacts: Centro di ricerca e pratica musicale (Lutherie Workshop) - f.sciumbata@alice.it

14 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

These are great VP.

Jack said...

That us quite a wide range. Venezuela to Ireland to Appalachia. Your friend is very talented.

Revrunner said...

Ah, a dulcimer! Finally, an instrument I recognize. :-)

Michelle said...

Love that dulcimer. Been thinking about getting one!

Randy said...

I love the sound of the dulcimer.

Dina said...

The harp is so graceful.
The dulcimer transports me back to Arkansas.

cieldequimper said...

I'll take the clàrsach.

Cezar and Léia said...

This is so interesting,the harp is my favorite!
Léia

La sonrisa de Hiperión said...

Bonitos instrumentos, si señora...

Saludos!

Rob and Mandy said...

The Cláirseach is a thing of beauty!

Gunn said...

Unique and I love the little hearts too.

PS. Sad news about what happened in the north of Italy.
IT has been on the news all day.
Hope it will be safe for the people there.

Arianna said...

E' un bravissimo artigiano della musica! Ciao, Arianna

Kate said...

Music and the instruments to use are universally appreciated...these are fun to see. Thanks.

JM said...

What a beautiful intrument at the bottom! I had no idea about the name and I don't even know how we call it here.