Small ten-stringed guitar used in the country music of Puerto Rico.
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(from the article `stringed instrument`) ...gouged out of one piece of wood (though the Japanese biwa (a lute), portions of the koto (a zither), and often the Puerto Rican cuatro (a lute), ... ...it must be made from only certain materials. (The belly of the Japanese samisen is preferably made from ...
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[album] Cuatro, meaning four in Spanish, is the fourth album by Flotsam and Jetsam. It was released on October 13, 1992. Re-released on May 13, 2008 by Metal Mind Productions. This release is remastered with five bonus tracks and limited to 2000 copies. The re-release also contains new packa...
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[instrument] The cuatro is any of several Latin American instruments of the guitar or lute family. The cuatro is smaller than a guitar. Cuatro means four in Spanish, although current instruments may have more than four strings. An instrument of the guitar family, found in South America, Trin...
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[TV] This category contains players who are playing or have played for AIK Fotboll. ...
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[TV channel] Cuatro (stylized as cuatroo, "Four") is a Spanish commercial television channel, on air since November 2005. Owned by Mediaset España Comunicación, it is broadcast on the TV frequencies licensed to the previous owner Sogecable in 1990 and previously used by them for the analog...
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Cuatro is Spanish (and other Romance languages) for the number four. It may also refer to: ...
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of the guitar family; found in South America and the West Indies. The Venezualan Cuatro has 4 strings, looks like a ukelele. The Puerto Rican Cuatro has 10 strings and looks more like a Cuban Tres.
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[Puerto Rico] The cuatro is the national instrument of Puerto Rico. It belongs to the lute family of string instruments. The cuatro of Puerto Rico has ten strings in five courses, tuned from low to high B-e-a-d`-g`, 54321, with B and E in octaves and A, D and G in unisons. A cuatro player is...
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[Venezuela] The cuatro of Venezuela has four single nylon strings, tuned (ad`f#`b). It is similar in shape and tuning to the ukulele, but their character and playing technique are vastly different. It is tuned in a similar fashion to the traditional D tuning of the ukulele, but the A and B a...
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