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Momci-iz-palanke-Nek-idu-svi-dukati---tamburaski-orkestar.html - 0 views

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    Serbian Music CD: The guys from Palanke. Let's all go to Dukati. Tamburaski orchestra. tamburaski tambura tamburica doczok serbia serbian suboticka subotico orchestra music tambura prim guitar violin strings stringed instruments traditional folkloric musicians friends blip.fm
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Celtic Bouzouki | Dominique Rivière - 0 views

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    CELTIC-BREIZH for CITTERN or BOUZOUKI. (BREST is a port in BRITTANY). The tuning is as follows: DGCF. But it is simply a tone below the EADG typically used. The reason for this tuning is to gain a tonality approaching the MANDOCELLO.
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Guqin, Guitar, and Composition | Fullbright Project | Jeff Roberts - 0 views

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    The timbral aspects of guqin technique are unparalleled in stringed instruments of the world.
    With over 20 different types of right hand plucking techniques and almost as many left hand
    fingering techniques, the potential for timbral contrasts between notes is immense. When
    listening to guqin music, the appreciation of timbral contrast is traditionally one of the most
    important aspects of the music. Such appreciation of contrast can happen locally from one note
    to the next or structurally - appreciating different sections of the music set in different timbral
    styles. Such appreciation for timbre on this level in Western music has only been present since
    the beginning of the 20th century in classical music.
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Kemenche | Wikipedia - 0 views

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    The term kemenche (Turkish: kemençe, Laz: Ç'ilili - ჭილილი, Persian: کمانچه, Greek: κεμεντζές) is used to describe two types of three-stringed bowed musical instruments:

    1. a bottle-shaped lute closely related to the Persian Kamanche, found in the Black Sea region of Asia Minor, it is also known as the "kementche of Laz" or Pontic kemenche and
    2. a pear-shaped lute closely related to the Byzantine lyra, found mainly in Instabul and the Eastern regions of Turkey, known as Classical kemenche.
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Rebab | Photo | Arabic Rababa - 0 views

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Rebab | Wikipedia - 0 views

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    The rebab (Arabic الرباب or رباب - "a bowed (instrument)") [1], also rebap, rabab, rebeb, rababah, or al-rababa) is a type of string instrument so named no later than the 8th century and spread via Islamic trading routes over much of North Africa, the Middle East, parts of Europe, and the Far East. The bowed variety often has a spike at the bottom to rest on the ground, and is thus called a spike fiddle in certain areas...
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