Over two days they worked intensively with Dame Emma and the lute player Jacob Heringman, one of the best modern-day exponents of a plucked instrument
that was at the heart of Elizabethan music making.
The kantele is a five-stringed, plucked instrument
that's easy to learn and sounds great even for beginners.
(7) 48 Informing, telling (9) 50 Gets or wins back (8) 52 Frothy bubbles (8) 55 ___ Sykes, TV presenter (7) 57 Goods for sale (5) 59 Fifty--two weeks (4) 60 Swallowed liquid (5) 62 Weird, strange (3) 65 School hat (3) 66 Flair, skill (5) 67 Newcastle's river (4) 68 Pointed (a weapon) (5) 69 Random choice (3,4) 73 Escorting, guiding (8) 75 Everything considered (3,2,3) 76 Area for storing hats and coats (9) 79 Player of a large plucked instrument
(7) 81 Fight (4--2) 83 Angry, enraged (5) 85 Rushed around violently (8) 88 Fellow workers (10) 89 Cause trouble in (a class) (7) 90 Novel's creator (6) 94 Narrow shelf (5) 95 Opposite point to John O'Groats (5,3) 98 Style of sloping script (7) 100 Measure of length (5) 104 Channel Island mooer!
The sanshin is a three-stringed, lute-like plucked instrument
with a snakeskin body and ebony neck.
Among the professional players, singer Seeming To, Cellist Femay Wu, flautist Guo Yue and Sun Zhou, on the plucked instrument
the Guzheng, were superb.
In his explanation of the musical instruments in Bosch's paintings, for example, Silver equates a psaltery, a plucked instrument
, with a dulcimer, which was played with hammers--a comparison akin to calling a harpsichord a piano.
Their most enduring musical legacy was a plucked instrument
called an aloud, which was modified by Europeans and rechristened as the lute.
Believe me, it's not everyday you find someone who plays the qanun (a plucked instrument
with 73 strings).
Another plucked instrument
, the sanxian, went through its paces in Sui Lijun's recollection of his time toiling in the fields, Song of the Black Earth.
When the lowest "bass" strings on a plucked instrument
sound higher than the middle-range strings, serious issues are raised for those who attempt to transcribe tablature for musical sense.
The [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] here is a plucked instrument
distinct from a [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Alessandrini has adopted the 1620 edition of the book, with continuo throughout - a sensible approach with this group, who seem to need the continuo to restrain them: it is also restrainedly performed by a single plucked instrument
in each of the nonconcertato madrigals.