Definition of Mandolin. Meaning of Mandolin. Synonyms of Mandolin

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Definition of Mandolin

Mandolin
Mandolin Man"do*lin, Mandoline Man"do*line, n. [F. mandoline, It. mandolino, dim. of mandola, fr. L. pandura. See Bandore.] (Mus.) A small and beautifully shaped instrument resembling the lute.

Meaning of Mandolin from wikipedia

- A mandolin (Italian: mandolino pronounced [mandoˈliːno]; literally "small mandola") is a stringed musical instrument in the lute family and is usually...
- octave mandolin is a fretted string instrument with four pairs of strings tuned in fifths, G, D, A, E (low to high), an octave below a mandolin. It is...
- Mandolin Orange is an Americana/folk duo based out of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The group was formed in 2009 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and consists...
- The mandolin-banjo is a hybrid instrument, combining a banjo body with the neck and tuning of a mandolin or violin (depending on whether fretted or not...
- "Mandolin Wind" is a song written by Rod Stewart. It was first released on Stewart's 1971 album Every Picture Tells a Story and later as the b-side of...
- Captain Corelli's Mandolin is a 2001 war film directed by John Madden. It is based on the 1994 novel Captain Corelli's Mandolin by Louis de Bernières...
- Captain Corelli's Mandolin, released simultaneously in the United States as Corelli's Mandolin, is a 1994 novel by the British writer Louis de Bernières...
- The electric mandolin is an instrument tuned and pla**** as the mandolin and amplified in similar fashion to an electric guitar. As with electric guitars...
- Bluegr**** mandolin is a style of mandolin playing most commonly heard in bluegr**** bands. At the beginning of the twentieth century, mandolin orchestras...
- The mandolin is a modern member of the lute family, dating back to Italy in the 18th century. The instrument was pla**** across Europe but then disappeared...
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