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Картинки по запросу Tambourin String drum

Картинки по запросу Tambourin String drum

The TAMBOURAS (Greek: ταμπουράς [tabuˈras] is a Greek traditional string instrument of Byzantine origin. It has existed since at least the 10th century, when it was known in Assyria and Egypt. At that time, it might have between two and six strings, but Arabs adopted it, and called it a Tanbur. The characteristic long neck and two strings, tuned 5 notes apart. It also similar instrument Tambur in Turkish and each of them have same origin. Greek playing tambouras, 18th-century painting

The TAMBOURAS (Greek: ταμπουράς [tabuˈras] is a Greek traditional string instrument of Byzantine origin. It has existed since at least the 10th century, when it was known in Assyria and Egypt. At that time, it might have between two and six strings, but Arabs adopted it, and called it a Tanbur. The characteristic long neck and two strings, tuned 5 notes apart. It also similar instrument Tambur in Turkish and each of them have same origin. Greek playing tambouras, 18th-century painting

RABEL Cordófono frotado con arco. Instrumento pastoril que consta de una, dos o tres cuerdas y se hace sonar con un arco de crines de caballo al cual se le ha aplicado resina. La caja de resonancia es de madera y la tapa armónica puede ser de madera, hojalata o piel tensa.

RABEL Cordófono frotado con arco. Instrumento pastoril que consta de una, dos o tres cuerdas y se hace sonar con un arco de crines de caballo al cual se le ha aplicado resina. La caja de resonancia es de madera y la tapa armónica puede ser de madera, hojalata o piel tensa.

Female Musician in The Painted Wooden Ceiling of the Palatine Chapel. Cappella Palatina, Famtima period (c 1140 a.d.). Not a lute but uses the same sound holes as on the lutes from other pictures on the chapel ceiling. Sound holes also like Ganharan lute.

Female Musician in The Painted Wooden Ceiling of the Palatine Chapel. Cappella Palatina, Famtima period (c 1140 a.d.). Not a lute but uses the same sound holes as on the lutes from other pictures on the chapel ceiling. Sound holes also like Ganharan lute.

Famtima period (c 1140 a.d.) Oud or lute player ,Palatine Chapel. Sound holes like those on Cantigas de Santa Maria, showing both drilled dots as well as "3" or "m" shaped. The m shaped squiggles are reminiscent of Ganharan and Chiniese/Japanese pipa/biwa.

Famtima period (c 1140 a.d.) Oud or lute player ,Palatine Chapel. Sound holes like those on Cantigas de Santa Maria, showing both drilled dots as well as "3" or "m" shaped. The m shaped squiggles are reminiscent of Ganharan and Chiniese/Japanese pipa/biwa.

From the castle at Lamia, Greece. Byzantine. 11th - 12th Century. Possible pandoura? It is longer and thinner than the lutes on this page. Kept at the Byzantine Museum, Athens

From the castle at Lamia, Greece. Byzantine. 11th - 12th Century. Possible pandoura? It is longer and thinner than the lutes on this page. Kept at the Byzantine Museum, Athens