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  • n. Plural form of charango.

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Examples

  • You entered a music shop displaying pan flutes and charangos made from armadillo carapaces.

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  • "It's so funny," Arnalds says, "because now they're selling charangos in the music store in Iceland, and the people in the music store tune it the way I tune it, which is kind of funny, because that's not the traditional way of tuning it."

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  • "It's so funny, because now they're selling charangos in the music store in Iceland, and the people in the music store tune it the way I tune it, which is kind of funny, because that's not the traditional way of tuning it," says Arnalds.

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  • Under a beaming sun, indigenous groups dedicated the conference to Pachamama (Mother Earth in the native Quechua), dancing, singing and playing traditional instruments like charangos and zampoñas, as rainbow-checkered flags of the Andean indigenous peoples waved.

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  • The venue was a peña in downtown La Paz, where men playing charangos ...

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  • Today, it is possible to find charangos being used in Perú, Chile, Bolivia and Argentina, with many different sizes, number of strings and tunings available.

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  • Having honed their skills on pretty much any stage/floor/warehouse you can think of in the East London area, Lofty Heights 'live shows are a whirling dervish of surf melodies, moustaches, charangos and absurd in-jokes.

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