sordino

noun a mute for a violin
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Sordino

Sordino, with alternative forms sordono and sordun, etc., is an Italian term somewhat promiscuously applied by various writers: To these must also be added the surdellina or sordellina, a kind of musette invented (see bagpipe) in Naples in the 17th century, and evidently named after class 2. ==Variant forms of the word== The primary Italian word i
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sordino

see sordina, above
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sordino

see sordina, above
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sordino

a mute or a stringed instrument. Dampers on a piano
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