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Lute Thomas Edlinger the Younger Source Museum of Musical Instruments, University of Leipzig via Europeana Rights © Museum of Musical Instruments, University of Leipzig Provider MIMO

Lute Thomas Edlinger the Younger Source Museum of Musical Instruments, University of Leipzig via Europeana Rights © Museum of Musical Instruments, University of Leipzig Provider MIMO

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The Mohan veena is an Indian stringed musical instrument. It's named after Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. The instrument is a modified Archtop guitar and consists of 20 strings.

Lute  Maker: Pietro Railich (German, Füssen 1615–ca. 1678 Padua)  Date: 1669  Geography: Padua, Italy  Culture: Italian  Medium: Spruce, snakewood, ebony  Dimensions: Height: 46 9/16 in. (118.2 cm)  Classification: Chordophone-Lute-plucked-fretted

Lute made of spruce, snakewood, and ebony in Padua, Italy by Pietro Railich (German, Füssen 1678 Padua) Height: 46 in.

The theorbo is a plucked instrument developed for the purpose of playing along opera music. The for the shocking lengt of the instrument, and the second peg-box, is simply the need for open-fretted bass-strings (called diapasons or bourdons). The most prominent composers of theorbo-music were Kapsberger and Piccinini.

The theorbo is a plucked instrument developed for the purpose of playing along opera music. The for the shocking lengt of the instrument, and the second peg-box, is simply the need for open-fretted bass-strings (called diapasons or bourdons). The most prominent composers of theorbo-music were Kapsberger and Piccinini.

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