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bandurria (plural bandurrias)
- A plectrum-plucked stringed instrument with a flat-backed pear-shaped body, with twelve strings in six courses in its most common modern form, originating in Spain.
2009 February 21, Nate Chinen, “Pop Music’s Perpetual Old Man, Now 74, Is Back on the Road”, in New York Times:
- (It should be noted that the flamenco-tinged flourishes by Javier Mas, on bandurria and laúd, were more palatable than the ardently cloying solos by Dino Soldo, on saxophones.)
- "Bandurria" in Encyclopedia Brittanica.