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Malcolm Dalglish

Malcolm Dalglish

Malcolm Dalglish


Malcolm Dalglish (born August 14, 1952) is an American hammered dulcimer player and builder, composer, and choral director. A virtuoso performer on the hammer dulcimer, he is a former member of the folk/Celtic trio Metamora and has performed frequently with the percussionist Glen Velez. In addition to the dulcimer, Dalglish also plays the spoons and bones (both traditional American percussion instruments). He also composes prolifically for choir, and many of his compositions are for choir with dulcimer accompaniment. Read more on Last.fm
Malcolm Dalglish (born August 14, 1952) is an American hammered dulcimer player and builder, composer, and choral director. A virtuoso performer on the hammer dulcimer, he is a former member of the folk/Celtic trio Metamora and has performed frequently with the percussionist Glen Velez. In addition to the dulcimer, Dalglish also plays the spoons and bones (both traditional American percussion instruments). He also composes prolifically for choir, and many of his compositions are for choir with dulcimer accompaniment. He has received more than 50 commissions to compose for choirs around the world.

He played the hammered dulcimer in the score for the 2002 film Tuck Everlasting. Several of his songs with the Ooolite choral group come from the poetic work of Wendell Berry. Dalglish attended Oberlin College and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, where his publishing company, Ooolitic Music, is based. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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