|Folk Music in Maine|
Tuners, Tuning Wrenches
and Tuner Clips
||Mountain Dulcimers||Pentatonic Kinder Harp||Ukuleles,Cases, Strings|
|Deger Pipes||Hammered Dulcimer Stands and Strings||Whistles and Low Whistles||Practice Chanters||Bowed Psalteries||
Song of the Sea began in Michigan as Great Lakes Dulcimers in 1974, when Eddie Damm taught himself to build hammered and mountain dulcimers. Eddie and Anne Damm moved to Bar Harbor in 1979 and continued to build over 900 dulcimers, bowed psalteries, Finnish kanteles, and kinder harps.
whether by playing an instrument, building a kit, or listening to a recording.
We operated our storefront from 1983 - 2009 on the waterfront in downtown Bar Harbor and sponsored the Downeast Dulcimer and Folk Harp Festival for 22 years.
We also carried fine quality instruments from around the world including bagpipes,smallpipes, uilleann pipes, bodhrans, whistles, Celtic harps, concertinas, mandolins,bowed and plucked psalteries, instrument kits, and more as folks asked us to add new items.
We sold our building spring 2009 and are continuing our business through our website.
We take great care to adjust each instrument before it is shipped, to make sure it works properly.
Thank you all for supporting us over the years
and helping us spread the love and joy of music!!
Song of the Sea
Eddie and Anne Damm
24 Ledgelawn Ave. Bar Harbor, Maine 04609 USA
Phone (207) 460-2401
(secondary phone: 207-479-0678)
Davis on guitar; Jim Vekasi on mandolin; Fred Benson on banjo, bass,
bouzouki,fiddle, and guitar; Dave Dawson on guitar,
Folk Music in Maine
Downeast Friends of the Folk Arts Newsletter = DEFFA
You can learn about lots of great folk music events,
in Maine and New England, concerts, and festivals on their website: www.deffa.org