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A course is a pair of adjacent strings tuned to unison or an octave and usually plucked together as if a single string, in musical instruments such as the lute, vihuela or mandolin. The lute is a plucked string instrument with a fretted neck and a deep round back. ... A minstrel playing a vihuela. ... Carved and round backed mandolins (front) A mandolin is a small, plucked, stringed musical instrument, descended from the mandora. ...


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Course - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (256 words)
in sailing, a course is the principal sail on a mast
in dining, a course is a single dish in a row of subsequently served dishes, constituting, for example, a three-course menu.
a course is a pair of adjacent strings tuned to unison or an octave and usually plucked together as if a single string, in musical instruments such as the lute and vihuela.
Course of Study - Music (2528 words)
Music 200, or exemption on the basis of performance on the music placement test, is a prerequisite for all upper-level electives.
Music 190 as a credit course—instrumental lessons may be taken for credit or non-credit—is designed for students of all levels of ability who wish to study an instrument seriously.
Music from many cultures and historical periods is examined in an attempt to increase student awareness of the patterns of syntax and vocabulary that comprise all musical language.
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