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plucked string instrument of the English Renaissance belonging to the lute family. The bandora is a bass register instrument with six or seven metal strings, a long, fretted neck, and a scalloped body. During the 16th and 17th centuries it had a large solo repertory and was used to accompany some of the earliest printed English songs.


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