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  • n. A smaller, higher-pitched version of another instrument, usually referring to a guitar.


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  • But how many also boast the quijada, the jarana and the requinto?

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  • : Does anyone know how I can buy an old style thin body requinto guitar.

    ~Seeking PARACHO GUITAR - requinto ~~

  • MexConnect. com Forums: Areas: Central Highlands: ~Seeking PARACHO GUITAR - requinto ~~

    ~Seeking PARACHO GUITAR - requinto ~~

  • Does anyone know how I can buy an old style thin body requinto guitar.

    ~Seeking PARACHO GUITAR - requinto ~~

  • "We're making history," Usher said in a "making of" video that accompanies "Promise," a track in which he sings bachata with Mr. Santos to the rippling accompaniment of a requinto, the small guitar that is the instrumental backbone of the genre.

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  • Only once did anyone take an extended solo, his requinto player, Enrique Cortez. Front Page

  • Malo's work is laced with eclectic sonic accoutrements, like compelling retro-surf electric guitars, lively accordion and high-pitched tropical requinto, giving

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  • Their current tour, which stops at Belly Up on Sunday, March 22, finds Pérez on the eight-string jarana, Hidalgo on the requinto and jarocho, Lozano on the guitarón, and Rosas on the bajo sexto.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • The next step was to get the proper instruments to play the music: the bajo sexto, the jarana, the requinto.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • A classical guitar ensemble, the Rodrigo Guitar Trio, which features the higher-pitched requinto guitar, visits Shadyside Presbyterian Church at 4 p.m. in a concert for the Music in a Great Space series. - News


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