mandola

A string instrument similar to both the guitar and mandolin
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Mandola

The mandola (US and Canada) or tenor mandola (Ireland, and UK) is a fretted, stringed musical instrument. It is to the mandolin what the viola is to the violin: the four double courses of strings tuned in fifths to the same pitches as the viola (C-G-D-A low-to-high), a fifth lower than a mandolin. However, the mandola, although now rarer, is the a...
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mandola

[n] - an early type of mandolin
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Mandola

• (n.) An instrument closely resembling the mandolin, but of larger size and tuned lower.
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mandola

noun an early type of mandolin
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Mandola

[painting] Mandola a 1910 oil painting by French artist Georges Braque, acknowledged as a masterpiece of analytical cubism and exhibited at the Tate Modern gallery in London. ...
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Mandola

Man┬Ědo'la noun [ Italian See Mandolin .] (Mus.) An instrument closely resembling the mandolin, but of larger size and tuned lower.
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mandola

A string instrument similar to both the guitar and mandolin
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Mandola

Italian lute, now popular with celtic musicians. Originally bowl backed, now often has a flat back like a cittern and 8 strings.
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Mandola

The mandola is a musical instrument closely resembling the mandolin, but of a larger size and tuned lower.
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