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stringed

(of musical instruments) having or provided with strings
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190 - supply of a keyboard stringed musical instrument (harpsichord concert)
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has officially registered chogan (Iranian polo--and more) and the Persian stringed instrument kamancheh on its List of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Koto is a traditional Japanese stringed musical instrument, which is similar to the Pakistani Santoor or Swarmandal.
Our Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) told us about these people when he said, "There will be some people among my nation who will regard fornication, wearing of silk (for men), drinking of intoxicants and stringed instruments as lawful.
The craft of making stringed instruments is thriving in Italy, a country known for its long history of violinmaking.
on gravel We played scales on stringed instruments We memorized sayings
IF you have got an unwanted stringed Instrument lurking in the loft, a trip to Durham might prove informative and perhaps even lucrative.
Participants learned how to play either stringed instruments or percussion instruments in 90 minutes.
Musical Program "From Ireland to America'' is a celebration of Irish and Irish-American culture performed on a variety of traditional stringed, wind and percussion instruments, 2-4 p.
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.