mandolin

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a stringed instrument related to the lute, usually played with a plectrum

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With: Marcello Goncalves, Ze Paulo Becket, Rolando do Bandolim, Ronald0 Souza, Yamandu Costa, Elza Soares, Teresa Cristina, Pedro Miranda, Paulo Moura, Guinga, Zeze Gonzaga, Marcos Suzano, Joel Nascimento, Silverio Pontes, Ze de Velha.
This is Fado - fate - Portugal's melancholic musical heritage, one voice accompanied by the 12 string, pear-shaped bandolim, the double bass, and the classical guitar, songs describing saudade, a word, like hiraeth in Welsh, which evokes yearning, nostalgia, loss.
Cafe Brasil broadens the choro's stylistic perspective on sixteen tracks that include ensembles that boast a range of samba percussion instruments, such members of the family of Brazilian string instruments as the cavaquinho and bandolim (mandolin), and harmonica, sanfona (accordion), piano, and clarinet.
Cada uno de ellos enfoca el cancionero de choros de una forma cuidadosa pero festiva, con miras a elaborar una tradicion moderna fundamentada en el legado compositivo de Pixinguinha, Jacob do Bandolim, etc.
Such legendary samba performers as vocalists Ze Keti, Nelson Sargento, and Wilson Moreira blend with flutes and clarinets on up-tempo Afro-sambas and more leisurely tempo romantic samba ballads on such revered fare as "Doce de coco" by Jacobo do Bandolim and Cartola's "As rosas nao falam.
La cohabitacion orquestal de una amplia gama de instrumentos de variable procedencia (violoncelo, piano, zabumba, acordeon, bandolim, saxofones, flautas autoctonas, bajo, eto.