A three holed 'Recorder' designed to be played with the right hand whilst striking
a Tabor drum with the left. This is a particularly hard instrument to play as there
are four distinct 'breath pressures' to move through the scale.
This instrument was first recorded in the mid 11th century.
Medieval style lap harp.This harp has 17 stings cover just over two octaves.
Harps and stringed instruments such as psaltries were in use throughout the
medieval and later periods.
Harps palyed by the band were made for us by was made by our friends at Busy Mole
A windcap instrument dating from the late 15th Century with a loud bright tone.
Designed to be played out of doors as the sound carries well.