The strings are plucked or bowed.
It has changed from having five strings to twelve strings over the dynasties.
The main strings, which run from the top to the bottom of the racket head, are inserted by machine, then the cross strings are woven by hand.
., every usable transformation of input strings into output strings in accordance with a process-independent rule defined over the strings, is Turing-computable.
These long zithers have a varying number of strings.
Violin strings of gut, wound with metal, are still in use.
Up to four unstopped strings, called bourdons, sound drones.
Furthermore, the sideways components of tension in the strings must be equal.
Making a single pair of strings serve several keys had two important disadvantages.
The cimbalom has about 125 metal strings, with 3 to 5 strings per note.
Zither, any stringed musical instrument whose strings are the same length as its soundboard.
Most of the strings are tuned in sets, or courses, of three, four, or five strings each.
There are strings of sound called sentences, strings of sound called words, strings of sound called syllables.
Derived from the citole, a similar 14th- and 15th-century instrument with gut strings, the cittern had four unison courses of wire strings.
In order to produce different notes on the instrument, the musician presses the strings at points along the neck, thus shortening the strings.
In Ethiopia and Eritrea two types of lyre are used: the large beganna, with 8 to 10 strings and a box-shaped body, and the smaller krar, with six strings and a bowl-shaped body.
I kept the original strings on, figuring a beginner would be unlikely to change them—in part because nylon uke strings last much longer than steel guitar strings.
Very often there are sets, or courses, of two strings to a pitch, so that an instrument that produces four pitches with open strings actually has eight strings arranged in pairs.
Its name traditionally signified the number of strings employed—e.g., dutār (“two-strings”), setār (“three-strings”), and cartār (“four-strings”)—but this is no longer true, as the sitar of India has up to seven strings.
The agreed-upon rate was 10 strings of symbolically important shell beads, or wampum, for the life of a man and 20 strings of wampum for the life of a woman; thus, the total compensation for murder of a man by a man was 20 strings, of a woman by a woman 40 strings, and so on.
- the section of an orchestra that plays stringed instruments
- (usually plural) a statement of what is required as part of an agreement
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