Sam Rizzetta
Dulcimer Boogie
More from Sam Rizetta: Original compositions for Hammer Dulcimer. With Toby Finch (Piano), Linda Hickman (Flute), Sharon Hall (Fiddle), Michael DeLalla (Guitar).
Sam also performs on Mountain Dulcimer as well!
Tunes include: Woody's Waltz, Floodwater Creek and Dulcimer Boogie.
Saving Trees
Sam exercises his prodigious talent with this CD of his own compositions. Primarily instrumentals, this is an album that should become a classic. The music is original and spirited.
Dulcimer enthusiasts know Sam as a vital influence in the modern-day resurgeance of the hammered dulcimer.
Christmas in the Air
The magic sound of the hammer dulcimer comes alive in this instrumetal recording of eighteen carols. Selections include: Joy to the World, What Child Is This?, Angels We Have Heard on High, and many more.
In the Garden
Timeless Gospel favorites on HD, autoharp, pipe organ, and guitar. Selections include: Amazing Grace, In the Sweet By and By, Shall We Gather at the River, and The Battle Hymn of the Republic.
Flowing Waters
The waters of remote streams of West Virginia combined with improvisations for hammer dulcimer, psaltery, and Native American Flute.
Russell Cook
A wide variety of music featuring the master performer and builder of hammered dulcimers.
Classical Journeys
Includes Canon in D (Pachebel), Fur Elise (Beethoven), Clair de Lune (Debussy), Sleepers Awake (Bach) Ave Maria (Schubert), Swan Lake Overture (Tchaikovsky).

Precious Memories
(gospel) includes In the Garden, Peace in the Valley, Rock of Ages, Abide With Me.

Click here for a clip of Just a Closer Walk.
Click here for a clip of Canon in D.
Includes Poor Wayfaring Stranger, Scarborough Fair, Edelweiss, Greensleeves, Danny Boy.
Morning Has Broken
(gospel) includes Holy, Holy, Holy, I'll Fly Away, Amazing Grace, Old Time Religion, Will the Circle Be Unbroken.
Click here for a clip of Shenandoah.
Click here for a clip of Amazing Grace.
Love Me Tender
Russell's latest recording includes You Light Up My Life, This Magic Moment, Moon River, Let It Be Me, and many more instrumental love songs on the hammered dulcimer.
White Christmas
Christmas classics are given a whole new life through these unique beautiful arrangements of fiddle, mandolin, guitar, cello, flute, English horn, oboe, keyboard and snare drum featuring Russell's signature syle on the hammer dulcimer.
Click here for a clip of All I Have to Do is Dream.
Twilight in the Highlands
Relax, rest your mind, and imagine sitting on the edge of the village about sundown, listening to the harp, cello and guitar as they embellish the tasteful Hammer Dulcimer that has made Russell Cook a household name in the folk music world.
David Moran
Jem Moore
Now 'N Then
Traditional tunes with a twist. David weaves his own special magic on Soldiers Joy, Liberty, Maple leaf Rag, Temperance Reel and many more.
David is a National Hammered Dulcimer Champion.
Prelude to Evening
Jem is joined by a string trio to perform pieces by J.S. Bach, Vivaldi, Chopin, Beethoven and Albéniz.
Selections include:
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, Gavotte in A minor.
Listen to: Ode to Joy.
Jim Taylor
Jim is both a great singer as well as a dynamic arranger, player and builder of Hammered Dulcimers.
One October Morn
Jim's latest recording. Tunes include: Lord Inchiquin, Si Bheg Si More, Paddy Concanon's Reel and four original compositions by this talented resident of Mars Hill North Carolina.

The Bright Sunny South
Songs from the Civil War. Compositions include: Battle of Pea Ridge, Shiloh Hill, Paddy's Lamentation, Bright Sunny South. Jim is accompanied by his talented wife Shelia Adams on Banjo and a number of other talented musicians.
The Civil War Collection Vol. II
Acclaimed musician and historian Jim Taylor presents his second collection of music from the Civil War era. This toe-tapping music from the 1860's is played on mountain and hammered dulcimers, banjo, and fiddle.
The Civil War Collection Vol. I
A superb quartet featuring Jim Taylor and friends on hammered dulcimer, fiddle, banjo and guitar, playing music for square dances, hoe-downs, and minstrel shows; for sitting around the campfire or socializing in the parlor.
Tony Elman

Hammered dulcimer with guitar, strings, and more.

Shakin' Down the Acorns, Vol. 1: Toe-tapping Irish, Scottish and Appalachian dance tunes.

Shakin' Down the Acorns, Vol 2: American folk tunes including Arkansas Traveler, Sailor's Hornpipe, Buffalo Gals, Old Joe Clark.

Swinging on a Gate: International folk classics on hammered dulcimer. Tunes include Billy in the Low aground, Sally Goodin, Fisher's Hornpipe, Paddy on the Turnpike, Eileen O' Carroll.

First Harvest: Ten years of Acorn Music. Selections from the first five recordings

Jerry Read Smith

Talented maker and player of hammered dulcimers.

The Strayaway Child
Jerry's first recording of the trilogy, The Strayaway Child, begins with a dream and weaves it's way through Celtic melody, a New Orleans waltz and a host of melodic textures featuring the Hammer Dulcimer, Guitar, Fiddle, Flute and Dobro.
The second of the trilogy, Heartdance, expresses "an awakening" which fills the listener with delight. The melodies here spiral through jigs and reels with Hammer Dulcimer, Bouzouki, Fiddles, Flutes, Whistles and lots of dancing strings!
Jerry's third, and final, recording in the trilogy, Homecoming turns our hearts homeward featuring the intertwining of two of the world's most ancient musical instruments ... the Hammer Dulcimer and Flute.
National Hammer Dulcimer Champions
Featuring: Dan Duggan, Bonnie Carol, David Moran, Russell Cook and many more contest winners from the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield Kansas.
One Wintry Night
Carol Of The Bells, Marble Halls, I Shall Arise/Bring A Torch Jeanette Isabella, Pachelbel's Canon In D, The Storm, Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming, O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, Good Christian Men Rejoice.
Karen Ashbrook and Maggie Sansone
Hammered Dulcimer and Celtic Albums from Maggie's Music.
A Traveler's Dream
Dance Upon the Shore
Hills of Erin
Knock on the Door
Hammered Dulcimer Titles from Gourd Music:
Northern Lights
Steve Coulter & Harris Moore
Robin Petrie
A Victorian Christmas