You can pick up an English harp for PS349; the Chinese harp (known as a Gu Zheng) costs PS249; Mexican vihuelas (of Dorito ads fame) cost around PS259 and a Greek bazouki
is priced at PS599.
Ulysses restaurant is one of a handful of Greek eateries in the city offering authentic Greek food often accompanied by a soundtrack (sometimes live) of evocative bazouki
music which will transport you back to those holiday moments in the Ionian, Cycladic or Aegean islands.
That's why I think my dad listens to my material from a good perspective - he even plays bazouki
on the track Lifeblood and we recorded it in his front room in Dublin.
is a traditional musical instrument of what country?
This sound depends on the woody bass of Lonnie Plaxico and acoustic or electric strings, be they guitars, mandolins or Greek bazouki
Even on the later work, when she employed guitar and bazouki
, it's the voice that dominates, wrenching every last ounce of meaning out of the material.
look ing at the seascapes and listening to the sound of bazoukis
in the back-back ground, you could easily feel you have been transported to a Greek island.
It doesn''t look madly promising from the road - sitting in the shadow of Toys R Us and blocks of yuppie flats - but it''s spacious inside, with places to park right on the doorstep, and sitting under vines, looking at the seascapes and listening to the sound of bazoukis
in the background, you could easily feel like you have been transported away to Athens.
Yes, there was nothing on this island now: No eagles, no bazoukis
, no percussion, No moussaka, no blossoms on the bough Of the delightful peartree where the buzzing Of bees made glad the lad who led the cow; And all the persons who had been discussing The ways to solve their personal problems are Gasping at sea and cling to any spar.
There are fiddlers, mandolins, penny whistles, Irish pipes, bazoukis
, guitars, citterns, banjos, concertinas and enough spoon players to equip a decent-sized kitchen.
Eagle Music sells wide ranges of classical guitars, banjos, mandolins, ukeleles, squeezeboxes, accordions, harmonicas, Irish bodhran drums, flutes, concertinas, bazoukis
and electric and standard violins.