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.)
plectrum-plucked stringed instrument with a flat-backed pear-shaped body
- "Bandurria" in Encyclopedia Brittanica.
bandurria f (plural bandurrias)