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Mandola

 

(mandora, pandura). (1) A stringed musical instrument played by plucking, similar to the lute but smaller.

(2) An alto variant of the mandolin.

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The sound they create is described as "a mix of heavenly vocals, lush harmonies and driving rhythmic guitars and mandolas.
Mannelli A, Mandola M, Pedri P, Tripoli M, Nebbia P.
Carrabba's Italian Grill was founded by Johnny Carrabba and Damian Mandola.
Lloyd Loar, Gibson's first and only "acoustic engineer," was the Stradivarius of the mandolin, guitar, mandola and mando-cello.
Mandola, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey, US.
big, affable Damian Mandola was in Sarasota recently to tape cooking shows with Judi Gallagher, do a cooking demonstration at the University Parkway Publix and help promote the successful chain of Italian-American restaurants that he and his nephew, Johnny Carrabba, founded in Houston in 1986.
Oh, and he's a dang fine musician, too, always happy to display his versatile virtuosity on guitar, banjo and mandola (Williams also plays with Rhonda Vincent's crack outfit, the Rage).
On the derivation tambur (more accurately, tunbur) 'either, pandora' [less than] MP tanbur it may be noted that the ultimate etymon is Greek pandoura (by metathesis), a word that has furnished the name of a variety of stringed instruments from Italy to India (bandura, mandola, tamburitza, domra, tanpura).
Mexicans call their version of the armadillo-based string instrument a mandola de concha.
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Carrabba's Italian Grill was founded in Houston, TX in 1986 by Johnny Carrabba and Damian Mandola who set out to create a restaurant experience where people felt like guests in their home.
Chinese messaging app WeChat was used for the promotion of Vishal Bharadwaj's quirky satire Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola .