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Debbie Klinzing
Debbie Klinzing • 1 year ago

Mandore,The mandore was mentioned as a new instrument in French music books from the 1580s.[1] It was a small member of the lute family, teardrop shaped, with four, five or six courses of gut strings[2] and pitched in the treble range.[3] It is considered ancestral to the modern mandolin France, 1640 The Victoria & Albert Museum

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