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Pre-owned Tamburitza 6-string Prim - Made In Yugoslavia - Fornaszewski Music Store, Granite City IL 62040 - www.stanf.com
Pre-owned Tamburitza 6-string Prim - Made In Yugoslavia
Pre-owned Tamburitza 6-string Prim - Made In Yugoslavia
Pre-owned Tamburitza 6-string Prim - Made In Yugoslavia
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Pre-owned Tamburitza 6-string Prim - Made In Yugoslavia

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6-string Tamburitza;Prim - Made In Yugoslavia Prim (preem) or Bisernica (be-SER-neet-sa). A small four-tone soprano instrument utilized primarily for melody or harmony. It most often is pear or oval shaped and is most frequently tuned to a G, D or E format. At first glance, the prim might appear to be similar to the American mandolin,. but a closer examination reveals significant differences in construction and tuning. First string is usually a double string. The Second Sting can be a double string or a single string. Followed by 2 single strings. This is the smallest instrument in the tamburitza or tamburica family (about 50 cm long), but is VERY LOUD. It is mostly used as a lead instrument or harmonizing instrument. The Bisernica (from Serbian and Croatian "biser" meaning "pearl") is almost identical but may have two double strings and two single strings. WHAT ARE TAMBURITZA'S? Tamburica or Tamboura or Tamburitza refers to a family of long-necked accoutic stringed instruments popular in Southern Europe and Central Europe, especially Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Vojvodina, Slovenia, and Hungary. [acorm]