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stringed

(of musical instruments) having or provided with strings
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The St Louis songwriter, left, treats her vocal chords like a stringed instrument, one with which she is not afraid to experiment, all the while keeping the actual stringed instruments on the comparative straight-and-narrow - lo-fi with a touch of distortion and tremelo.
The Conservation, Restoration, and Repair of Stringed Instruments and Their Bows.
The bandeau top runs straight across and features a strappy stringed back.
The musicians play a range of traditional instruments which include the charango, a stringed instrument of the lute family; the Andean panflutes that are tuned to the correct pitch by placing small pebbles or dry corn kernels in the bottom and the Chilean guitarron, a stringed instrument that dates back to 16th century Chile.
Saturday - Saturday Market, Stringed Oasis and Nina Whitney, Eighth Avenue and Oak Street.
Shams Ensemble began touring the US in mid-March, stopping in cities such as Los Angeles, Washington, New York and Chicago for group performances of the tanbur, an Iranian stringed instrument.
With his knowledge of physics, he demonstrates the many ways that instruments can be configured, particularly stringed instruments, but also percussion and wind.
What is a rebec - an antelope, an early stringed instrument or a nonalphabetic key on a keyboard?
No, not like the stringed variety but I refer to the hawk-like bird of prey, easily identi-fied by its reddish-orange forked tail, almost translucent through the sun's bright rays of that particular day.
We believe that studying a stringed instrument would be an excellent way to prepare pianists to enter the post-college music world, and we would like to encourage more pianists to take a string techniques class or private string lessons in college.
A wood accent capped by a romantic flower design in sterling silver is featured on the drop earrings and as a pendant stringed with a black silk cordon for the necklace.
ANSWERS QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 Australia; 2 Must; 3 A stringed instrument usually played on the arm; 4 Miss Prism; 5 Pennsylvania.