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  1. Yozshushakar
    The zither is a stringed instrument originating in the mid s. It is composed of 5 fretted fingerboard strings and a section of open strings (unfretted) strings. The fingerboard is tuned as a Viola is tuned A,A,D,G,C and the remaining 35 strings are typically tuned in a circle of fifths starting at a-flat above middle C and proceeding downward.
  2. JoJomi
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  3. Yozshugor
    Jun 28,  · zither (plural zithers) (music) A musical instrument consisting of a flat sounding box with numerous strings placed on a horizontal surface, played with a plectrum or fingertips.
  4. Kajas
    The Lap Harp, also known as the psaltery or zither is an ancient instrument built in many forms with many variations in many cultures. It is capable of serenading your most favoured loved one or providing accompaniment to your cherubic children's nap time lullaby.
  5. Molkree
    Mar 10,  · Zither will help search for the manual, then save it to your iPhone, so you can refer to it whenever needed. Your warranty is on a reminder so as it gets near expiration, if something has gone wrong you can get it fixed, saving you money. Zither helps bring order to your stuff, making your life just that much easier.5/5(1).
  6. Manos
    Aug 07,  · Zither definition: A zither is a musical instrument which consists of two sets of strings stretched over a | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  7. Ararisar
    The scheitholt, whose form is the predecessor to the modern alpine zither, was constructed and played in the US by early German immigrants in the 18th and 19th centuries. In , Dr. Henry Mercer presented his research of numerous zithers, then museum pieces, to .
  8. Tojall
    The guzheng, also known as the Chinese zither, is a Chinese plucked string instrument with a more than 2,year history. It used to have 16 (or more) strings and movable bridges. The modern guzheng usually has 21 strings, and is 64 inches ( m) long. It has a large, resonant cavity made from paulownia wood.

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