Salterio

Salterio is the Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese term for either of two types of zither: the hammered dulcimer or psaltery. ==Concept, etymology== `Salterio` / `saltério` is used in Italian and Spanish where both `psaltery` and `dulcimer` are used in Spanish, `psaltérion` and `tympanon` in French, `psalterium` in Latin. There has a...
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Salterio

[Mexico] The salterio mexicano is a string instrument, with origins in the 16th century psaltery. It is manufactured with woods forming a trapezoidal box. On the top board, 5 bridges are placed in order to seat stretched metal strings across from side to side. The strings are plucked with a metal pick adjusted on the index finger of each ha...
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