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Definitions of "mandola"
- A stringed musical instrument larger than a mandolin noun
- An instrument closely resembling the mandolin, but of larger size and tuned lower. noun
- An older and larger variety of the mandolin. Compare pandura. Also mandore. noun
- an early type of mandolin noun
The word "mandola" in example sentences
Capone could read music and liked to play a banjo and a mandola, which is like a mandolin, only bigger.. [Home]
He could read music and liked to play a banjo and a mandola, which is like a mandolin, only bigger.. [The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed]
According to the article linked in that thread, "Capone could read music and liked to play a banjo and a mandola, which is like a mandolin, only bigger".. [Mandolin Cafe News]
Hennig Andersson (fiddle and viola), Görgen Antonsson (fiddle and five-stringed fiddle), and Tomas Lindberg (guitar and mandola) started playing together as adolescents in 1994, and released their self-titled debut CD in March 2001.. [Draupner, Arvet (Caprice Records, 2003)]
In general this happened when he played the mandola, but Lindberg's 12-string work on "A-minor polska from Hultkläppen" is very nice as well.. [Draupner, Arvet (Caprice Records, 2003)]
Brown Eyed Women permalink #39 of 50: mandola smokabola. [The WELL: Brown Eyed Women]
The album begins with "If Jethro Were Here," a lively instrumental with Goodman playing mandola.. [Archive 2005-11-01]
Maybe I can find someone in the battalion with a mandolin, and I can play the chords an octave lower on a mandola.. [Captain Corelli's Mandolin]
I find myself laughing also; we are octaves apart, laughing in octaves together, mandola and mandolin, and far away a gun roars at imaginary British planes, there is a spurious rattle of machine-guns, and behold, there is our timpani.. [Captain Corelli's Mandolin]
After the war I'll get a mandola so that I can play viola music.. [Captain Corelli's Mandolin]
The instruments were two mandolines, one banjo, one mandola, a tin whistle, an accordion, a rattle, a comb, and a lump of iron.. ['Brother Bosch', an Airman's Escape from Germany]
Italian mandola -- was produced which was handsomely carved and inlaid in silver.. [Across Coveted Lands or a Journey from Flushing (Holland) to Calcutta Overland]
"The army says they'd take him/He's big enough to make a stand," Ms. Bradley sings, stoically but with creeping doubt, and behind her Ms. Hull sings naïve harmonies and, playing a mandola here, sends shivering interjections that hint at hidden nerves.. [NYT > Home Page]
The violence never lets up, but Eig also gives us the intimate Capone, who fancied silk underwear, collected elephant figurines, and as an Alcatraz inmate suffering from syphilis-induced dementia wrote love songs on the mandola.. [Chicago Reader]
Henry underscores that with subtle touches: the strummed Gypsy swing mandola on the ironic betrayal anthem "I Know You Didn't Mean It" that engages with a knotty bluesed-out piano break and a warm tenor solo -- à la Ben Webster -- and "Everybody Thinks You're an Angel," a waltz with a Weissenborn guitar, follow a similar principle to delightfully different ends.. [AvaxHome]
The latter's addition of electric guitar, mandola, and saxophone might seem like frills for an Allison session, but sound perfectly balanced and natural.. [AvaxHome]