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date: 17 July 2018

crwth

Source:
The Oxford Dictionary of Music
Author(s):
Tim Rutherford-JohnsonTim Rutherford-Johnson

Michael Kennedy,

Joyce Bourne Kennedy

crwth 

Welsh medieval instrument, the most developed form of bowed lyre, with 6 str, a central fingerboard, and the bridge acting as a sound‐post.