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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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We are similarly left to wonder about whether manuscript tablatures for guitar, vihuela, cittern, harp, mandora, and other plucked instruments are in the long-range plans of the project.
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Although he had not played the instrument since 1834, he represented an era when the Jew's harp was regarded as something substantially more than a curious folk instrument --so much so, in fact, that Johann Georg Albrechtsberger, now remembered mainly as Beethoven's composition teacher, composed at least seven concernti for Jew's harp, mandora, and string orchestra, of which three (from the years 1769, 1770, and 1771) survive.