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Tom Jolin

 
Tom is making a hammered dulcimer.

 
Tom performed at the beautiful Pennsylvania State Capitol when John Updyke spoke.
 
Tom performed at the Pennsylvania Capitol when Pulitzer Prize author, John Updyke, spoke.
 
Tom and his son's Aaron, Martin, Francis and Gabriel, record a song for a CD they gave to Tom's Mom, Alice Jolin. When she turned 80, they made an album called, "Alice's 80th Waltz" also the name of a tune Tom wrote.
 
Tom assisted these happy campers each make their own mountain dulcimer at the Common Ground on the Hill Traditions week.
 
Surrounded by his flowers from his wife, Marianne, Tom enjoys some banjo.
 
Tom plays the hammered dulcimer he made.
 
Tom plays many historic performances, including Civil War Era concerts.


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