Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of kamancheh.

Etymologies

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From Turkish kemençe.

Examples

  • The remaining tunes have a full band sound, with Raquy doubling on an Iranian bowed instrument called a kemenche.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • The prime instrument in Pontian musical is the lyra or kemenche that is similar to its Cretan, Cypriot and Thracian counterparts.

    Queens Gazette

  • - PERSIA: electric cello, kemenche, nay, duduk, tar, qanun and 30 piece string section. logged in as a registered member to use this feature!

    MacMusic - News

  • With some 50 releases to date, Khan has taken his education in the Imdad Khan gharana numerous places-with the Iranian kemenche player Kayhan Kalhor in the band Ghazal; to various folk forms on

    PopMatters

  • - modern Italy is represented in it, for example, by the theme of the soundtrack for the movie Life Is Beautiful (La Vita è Bella) composed by Nicola Piovani, and the Iranian kemenche player Arslan Hazreti appears as a guest artist in some of the pieces - but this would be a mistake.

    Harpblog

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