The crwth was a Welsh and Irish form of violin originally with three strings and later with six strings. Four of the strings were played with a bow, the other two being plucked by the fingers.
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bowed Welsh lyre played from the European Middle Ages to about 1800. It was about the size of a violin. Though originally plucked, it was played with ...
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a Welsh bowed instrument with a rectangular box shaped body and a violin neck. The bridge stands with one foot on the front and the other foot passing through the soundhole and resting on the back.
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The crwth (θ or θ), also called a crowd or rote, is an archaic stringed musical instrument, associated particularly with Welsh music, once widely played in Europe. Four examples have survived and are to be found in St Fagans National History Museum Cardiff, National Museum Wales Aberystwyth, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery and Museum of Fine Art
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Welsh six-stringed instrument played with a bow
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