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LANSING, N.C. — The legacy of Audrey Hash Ham goes on in the countless children she mentored in music in the Whitetop area and the dozens she taught the art of instrument building.
The renowned instrument maker, artisan, musician, teacher and champion of mountain music died Aug. 2 at age 64 at her home in Lansing, N.C.
Born in Grayson County, Va., Ham made her home in Ashe County, N.C., for many years.
She learned to make dulcimers, then fiddles, from her father, Albert Hash.
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