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  • R. Conway Morris,
  • Sandra Joyce
  •  and Niall Keegan


Greek long-necked lute, also found in Ireland. The 19th-century bouzouki was indistinguishable from the Turkish bozuk with its carved wood or carvel-built bowl resonator, movable gut frets and wooden tuning-pegs. By the end of the 20th century it was exclusively carvel-built with fixed metal frets and metal machine tuning-heads. The instrument has three or four double courses of metal strings tuned ...

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