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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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  2. 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.

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  4. Cavaquinho — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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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.

  5. 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?).

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. Music in Madeira is widespread and mainly uses local musical instruments such as the Machete, rajao, Brinquinho and Cavaquinho, which are used in traditional Folklore dances like the Bailinho da Madeira. Music of Portugal-Wikipedia

  9. Links to actual cavaquinho players:Amadeu Magalhaes: I used his channel for most of my practicehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DYEzsjoF-QSomething super fun...

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  10. Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Portuguese Republic República Portuguesa (Portuguese) Flag Coat of arms Anthem: "A Portuguesa" National seal Selo Nacional de Portugal National Seal of Portugal Show globe Show map of Europe Location of Portugal (dark green) – in Europe (green & dark grey) – in the European Union (green) Capital and largest city Lisbon 38°46′N 9°9′W  /  38.767°N 9.150°W  / 38.767; -9.150 ...

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