Dital harp by John Egan. 28 strings.  This harp is characterized by a button (dital) mechanism: pressing one of the buttons on the inside of the column engages a mechanism that rotates the fourchettes (pronged discs or ‘forks’) situated on the neck, altering all notes of that name throughout the range of the instrument. The original case and ivory tuning key are also extant; the luxurious decoration, in a mannerist Irish style, is emblematic of the taste of the English nobility. Ireland…

Dital harp by John Egan. 28 strings. This harp is characterized by a button (dital) mechanism: pressing one of the buttons on the inside of the column engages a mechanism that rotates the fourchettes (pronged discs or ‘forks’) situated on the neck, altering all notes of that name throughout the range of the instrument. The original case and ivory tuning key are also extant; the luxurious decoration, in a mannerist Irish style, is emblematic of the taste of the English nobility. Ireland…

Traditional Irish Instruments - brings to mind such wonderful memories of gigging with the lads!!!!!!

Traditional Irish Instruments - brings to mind such wonderful memories of gigging with the lads!!!!!!

Celtic Instruments, Irish Tin Whistle, Scottish Tin Whistle, Irish Instruments

Celtic Instruments, Irish Tin Whistle, Scottish Tin Whistle, Irish Instruments

Tin Whistle: A Celtic Instrument for Upbeat, Jazzy Leads http://www.celticmusicinstruments.com/tin-whistle-page/

Tin Whistle Page: History of the Irish Penny Whistle

Tin Whistle: A Celtic Instrument for Upbeat, Jazzy Leads http://www.celticmusicinstruments.com/tin-whistle-page/

traditional celtic instruments (modernized a bit I think)

Instruments in a Traditional Irish Music Group

traditional celtic instruments (modernized a bit I think)

Isthmus Instruments- "Celtic in D" 2014 - YouTube

Isthmus Instruments- "Celtic in D" 2014 - YouTube

YouTube.  The Chapman stick.  It sounds like an old Celtic instrument, but it's actually a modern invention.

YouTube. The Chapman stick. It sounds like an old Celtic instrument, but it's actually a modern invention.

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