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Definition of the noun GUSLA
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noun - plural: guslas
- A single-stringed instrument of the Balkans, often played with a bow and used to accompany epic poems.
"Gusla" a.k.a. "Gusła" is the debut concept album of the Polish band Lao Che released in January 2002. The theme of the album is ancient Slavic culture and Slavic mythology.
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chrisholm
GUSLA, or GUSLX, an ancient stringed instrument still in use among the Slavonic races. The modern Servian gusla is a kind of tanbur (see PANDURA), consisting of a round, concave body covered with a parchment soundboard; there is but ...
by George Whitfield Andrews, Edward Dickinson, Arthur Foote, Janet M. Green, Emil Liebling, Josephine Thrall
Gusla, Guzla — Bowed Strings. Servia and Bulgaria. An instrument having but a single string of gut or hair. The body is bowl-shaped, and is formed from a solid piece of wood hollowed out. The top is of parchment and the string is carried over ...
by Michael Kennedy, Tim Rutherford-Johnson, Joyce Kennedy
gusla (gusle, guzla) Ancient 1-string bowed instrument still popular in some Slavonic regions (not to be confused with *gusli). guslar A player ...
by Don Michael Randel
Gusla [Bulg.]. See Gaditlka, Gusle. Gusle [Serb.-Cro.; Bulg. gusla]. A bowed stringed instrument of Yugoslavia with a pear-shaped body and a single horsehair string. The player, called a guslar. holds the instrument between the knees ...
by John Oswald
gusla'tion, the act of tasting; gus'to, the relish of any.
A New Dictionary of Music (2017)
by Arthur Jacobs
Gusla, ancient Slavonic one-string bowed instrument, distinct from Gusli . GU's LI, Russian instrument of zither type used in folk-music; 'played' by Sadko ...
A Comprehensive, Practical and Authoritative Guide on All Matters Connected with Education, Including Educational Principles and Practice, Various Types of Teaching Institutions, and Educational Systems Throughout the World by Foster Watson
Love of country, regard for truth, discipline, skill in the use of arms, were inculcated at every turn, one side of the character being developed by the recital or improvisation of the pjesme, or ballads, often sung to the accompaniment of the gusla, ...
by Don Michael Randel
gusla]. A bowed stringed instrument of Yugoslavia with a pear-shaped body, a single horsehair string, and no fingerboard. The player, a singer of epic poetry called a guslar, holds the instrument between the knees and holds a ...
Nelson's Encyclopaedia (1913)
Everybody's Book of Reference ... by Frank Moore Colby, George Sandeman
Merida (Au- gusla Emerita), Astorga (Astu- rica Augusta), Braga (Bracara Augusta), Lugo (Lucus Augusti), Leon (Urbs Scftima Legionis), Saragossa ( Casare Augusta], and the former Carthaginian cities of Barcelona, Saguntum ( Murvie- dro), ...
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