Chordophones: Fiddles

Bowed chordophones are regularly referred to as fiddles, recalling an instrument type developed by craftsmen in Medieval and Renaissance Europe named, depending on one’s location, vyol, viol, vielle, or fydel. A bowed chordophone creates sound by way ...

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