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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of dulcimer

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of dulcimer:

Derived Form of dulcimer

plural: dulcimers
a stringed instrument used in American folk music; an elliptical body and a fretted fingerboard and three strings
Type ofstringed instrument,
a trapezoidal zither whose metal strings are struck with light hammers
Type ofcither, zither, zithern,

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  1. during her set: the dulcimer, banjo, guitar, piano, recorder, and saxophone.
  2. Picked up a an Appalachian dulcimer. It's an American instrument.
  3. of vibe here but so I don't know this is like with the dulcimer and everything
  4. My mother used to play the autoharp and the dulcimer and the guitar, and she used to just
  5. (dulcimer music)
  6. (gentle dulcimer music)
  7. Was it Lithuania, was it Russia, was it fiddle, was it dulcimer?
  8. A lot of them play dulcimer or banjo or guitar.
  9. Now I'm normally an out-strummer when I play the dulcimer, but when I play the
  10. music box or Gaelic dulcimer I go in on the beat, so it's very often something
  12. polls the the emperor was standing fixed other of troops no dulcimer
  13. The yangqin, a Chinese hammered dulcimer
  14. sitar on Paint It Black, the Appalachian dulcimer on Lady Jane and I Am Waiting,
  15. organ, harpsichord, marimba, sitar, percussion, Appalachian dulcimer, harmonica, koto on Take
  16. name but that's what that is psaltery dulcimer and all kinds of music
  17. hear the sound of the cornet flute harp sackbut psaltery and dulcimer and all
  18. sound of the cornet flute harp sackbut psaltery and dulcimer and all kinds of
  19. (hammered dulcimer music) (piston engine humming)