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  3. Dohn says:
    Bouzouki Construction The construction methods of the Bouzouki, as well as related instruments of the tamboura family are quite similar. We will therefore make reference to certain construction stages using the lauto as the model but it would be appropriate to apply it .
  4. Grotaur says:
    Greece’s most beloved instrument, the bouzouki is an easily recognizable string instrument which still looks very similar to its ancestor, the psychedelic.dathistazahnmoditius.infoinfong a distinct transition from antiquity to the Hellenistic period, the bouzouki is what it is today thanks to a Author: Ethel Dilouambaka.
  5. Visida says:
    The Greek bouzouki is a plucked musical instrument of the lute family, called the thabouras or tambouras family. The tambouras has existed in ancient Greece as pandoura, and can be found in various sizes, shapes, depths of body, lengths of neck and number of strings. The bouzouki and the baglamas are the direct psychedelic.dathistazahnmoditius.infoinfofication: Plucked string instrument, Necked bowl .
  6. Kazshura says:
    Oct 07,  · Magic of the Greek Bouzouki: Near the Sea Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, NaxosofAmerica (on behalf of ARC); Kobalt Music Publishing, BMI - .
  7. Samutaxe says:
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  8. Gokazahn says:
    Jun 24,  · The bouzouki (in Greek: Μπουζούκι) is a Greek string instrument with either three or four courses (sets of two strings, like on a string guitar). It is used commonly in modern Greek music, as well as in performance of the traditional repertoires of the rebetiko folk tradition.

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