Dulcimer may refer to two types of musical instruments:

  • Appalachian dulcimer, a fretted, plucked musical instrument which is also referred to as a "mountain dulcimer", "lap dulcimer", "fretted dulcimer", or "hog fiddle"
  • Hammered dulcimer, a hammer-struck, trapezoid-shaped musical instrument

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