Lute with L shaped neck?



Asked by: Missy Lee

The theorbo is a plucked string instrumentplucked string instrumentMost plucked string instruments belong to the lute family (such as guitar, bass guitar, mandolin, banjo, balalaika, sitar, pipa, etc.), which generally consist of a resonating body, and a neck; the strings run along the neck and can be stopped at different pitches.

What musical instrument is a lute with long neck?





Craftsmanship and performance art of the Tar, a long-necked string musical instrument. The Tar is a long-necked plucked lute, traditionally crafted and performed in communities throughout Azerbaijan.

What is a lute with a long neck and two strings?

The theorbo has a long neck – some as long as six feet. It has two sets of strings – a longer set tuned with pegs at the top of the fret board (for the deeper range), and a shorter set tuned by pegs on the sides of the fret board (for the higher range).

Why does the lute have a bent neck?

This bend helps keep the tension on the strings and keeps the lute in tune. As with many stringed instruments, such as the guitar, autoharp, or banjo, the lute player produces sound by plucking the strings.

Is archlute and theorbo the same?

Archlute. Renaissance tuning with a long extension and single bass courses. The archlute differs from the theorbo in that it does not have re-entrant tuning, so you can play from all renaissance lute tablature. The repertoire for this type of lute greatly benefits from having nine or ten frets on the neck.

Which is a lute instrument from Mindoro with long neck and has two strings?





The kutiyapi, or kudyapi, is a Philippine two-stringed, fretted boat-lute. It is four to six feet long with nine frets made of hardened beeswax. The instrument is carved out of solid soft wood such as that from the jackfruit tree.

What is instrument is a lute with a long neck and has two strings that run from the neck to the base of a resonating chamber?

The kora

The kora is a 21-string bridge harp (alternately known as a ‘harp-lute’) with a long neck and hemispheric gourd resonator. The stocky, slightly arched wooden neck runs through holes cut into the walls of the resonating chamber.

How do you play theorbo?


Sound different strings had to be used if you use normal gut it broke so the solution was just attune these down the octave. In order that you could have the extra length.

What type of instrument is a cittern?

plucked stringed musical instrument



cittern, plucked stringed musical instrument that was popular in the 16th–18th century. It had a shallow, pear-shaped body with an asymmetrical neck that was thicker under the treble strings.

What is a long lute called?

A theorbo differs from a regular lute in that the theorbo has a much longer neck which extends beyond the regular fingerboard/neck and a second pegbox at the end of the extended neck.

What is Palawan instrument?

Palawan musical instruments can be classified into four groups: Chordophones, Aerophones, Idiophones, and Membranophones. Chordophones are instruments that use vibrating strings to produce sound.



Which of the following is a three stringed long-necked lute?

samisen, also spelled shamisen, long-necked fretless Japanese lute. The instrument has a small square body with a catskin front and back, three twisted-silk strings, and a curved-back pegbox with side pegs.

What long-necked fretted musical instrument?

ṭanbūr

ṭanbūr, also spelled ṭambūr, long-necked fretted lute played under various names from the Balkans to northwestern Asia.

How do you play tanbur?

Player uses the hand fingers to play Tanbur. It is closely related to Setar and Dotar which are also played by fingers sometimes held together for strumming. Tanbur has epic, mythical and mystical characteristics and it is often used to accompany the narration of epics.



Why is it called a tambour?

The word ‘tambour’ originates from French, meaning a small drum (hence ‘tambourine’ – a small drum with jingling metal discs around the sides).