Twelve tone diatonic lyre a-h-c’-d’-e’-f’-g’-a’-h’-c’’-d’’-e’ LDD

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Kjell Andersson and John Billing playing a duo:

Twelve tone diatonic lyre a-h-c’-d’-e’-f’-g’-a’-h’-c’’-d’’-e’’ and bordune lyre.    

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'Duallyre' diatonic lyre, 12 strings

12 strings: a – e''
Kjell Andersson

Pitch Pipe
Lyre Stand
A=432Hz Tuning Fork

Twelve tone diatonic lyre a-h-c’-d’-e’-f’-g’-a’-h’-c’’-d’’-e’’ and bordune lyre. 

THE 12-STRINGED LYRE – can be tuned pentatonic as well as diatonic. In order to simplify orientation this lyre has red and blue strings to make it easier to find the right string. Both the 7-stringed and the 12-stringed lyre can be tuned in open chords and be used as a drone instrument.

The diatonic lyre is mainly thought for use in schools. It takes the music to the next step from the pentatonic stage on. With this instrument you can play written art-music as well as all kinds of folk lore. You can use it at home by musical games and storytelling and much more. The lyre can also be tuned into a large number of scales and except the pentatonic. 
Due to the many strings, the LDD lyre can be tuned into various chords or bordune scales. In this case you strum all the strings together to hear the entire chord ringing; is used to accompany a melody that is sung or played on another instrument. If you have more than one lyre in a group, they can be tuned into different chords so that you can accompany a song with as many chords as you have differently tuned lyres. 
This lyre is the same as the pentatonic LDP model if you change the strings into the pentatonic set. In this way you can use the instrument in a pre-school situation. 
Includes a tuning wrench and an instruction sheet, with more tips and tricks regarding how to use your instrument.