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viol

Saltos de línea: viol
Pronunciación: /ˈvʌɪəl
 
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Definición de viol en inglés:

sustantivo

A musical instrument of the Renaissance and baroque periods, typically six-stringed, held vertically and played with a bow.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Instrumental support, which mostly doubles the vocal lines, is provided by bamboo flutes, two-stringed viols, lutes, dulcimer, and panpipes, gently seasoned by percussive punctuation.
  • The dozen instrumentalists are busy with recorder, flute, viols, theorbo, harpsichord and organ.
  • The leading early makers of violins, whose potential for rhythmic vitality distinguished them in the Baroque era from the viols preferred in the Renaissance, worked in Verona, Brescia, Venice, and Cremona.

Origen

late 15th century (originally denoting a violin-like instrument): from Old French viele, from Provençal viola; probably related to fiddle.

Palabras que riman con viol

denial, dial, espial, Lyall, mistrial, myall, Niall, phial, trial, vial

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