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  1. Cavaquinho - Wikipedia

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    The cavaquinho (pronounced [kɐvɐˈkiɲu] in Portuguese) is a small Portuguese string instrument in the European guitar family, with four wire or gut strings. More broadly, cavaquinho is the name of a four-stringed subdivision of the lute family of instruments. A cavaquinho player is called a cavaquista.

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  3. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The cavaquinho (pronounced [kavɐˈkiɲu] in Portuguese) is a small string instrument of the European guitar family with four wire or gut strings. Its standard tuning is D, G, B, D.

  4. Nelson Cavaquinho - Wikipedia

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    Nelson Cavaquinho (October 29, 1911 – February 18, 1986, birth name Nelson Antônio da Silva) was one of the most important singer/composers of samba. He is usually seen as a representative of the tragic aspects of samba thematics, with many songs about death and hopelessness.

  5. Cavaquinho – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    O cavaquinho (pai de outros modelos como a braguinha, braga, machete, machetinho ou machete-de-braga) é um instrumento da família dos cordofones originário do minho, norte de Portugal, que mais tarde foi amplamente introduzido na cultura popular de Braga pelos nobres biscainhos e de onde foi depois levado para outras paragens como Brasil, Cabo Verde, Moçambique, Havaí e Madeira.

  6. The cavaquinho (pronounced [kɐvɐˈkiɲu] in Portuguese) is a small Portuguese string instrument in the European guitar family, with four wire or gut strings. More broadly, cavaquinho is the name of a four-stringed subdivision of the lute family of instruments. A cavaquinho player is called a cavaquista.

  7. Category:Cavaquinhos - Wikimedia Commons

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    Jan 10, 2019 · English: The cavaquinho is a musical instrument of Portuguese origin, closely resembling a small guitar, but more ancient (XVI th century?).

  8. cavaquinho - Wiktionary

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    cavaquinho (plural cavaquinhos) A small guitar - string instrument of Brazilian origin, with four wire or gut strings, played with a plectrum.

  9. Talk:Cavaquinho - Wikipedia

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    cavaquinho + instrument :: over six thousand hits--Ant 30 June 2005 17:16 (UTC) UKULELE. The turning on the 'ukulele is G C E A, but with C being an octave lower while the others are ascending. --Mamoahina 14:04, 23 February 2006 (UTC) External links modified. Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified 2 external links on Cavaquinho.

  10. Rajão - Wikipedia

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    Ukulele, cavaquinho, timple The rajão ( Portuguese : machete de rajão ) is a 5-stringed instrument from Madeira, Portugal . The instrument traces back to the country's regional folk music , where it is used in folklore dances of Portugal in addition to other stringed instruments from the same region.