banjo

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  • Info The banjo is a four-, five- or (occasionally) six-stringed instrument with a thin membrane stretched over a frame or cavity as a resonator. more...
  • American old-time music typically uses the five-string open back banjo.
  • This is a practice still carried out by many contemporary jazz banjo players.
  • He became interested in music at the age of seven playing with his father's banjo.
  • Rose learned to play the banjo and guitar, and won the top music award in high school.
  • But when I asked him to bring a banjo in, that's what he did.
  • In addition, he is the earliest known person to have played the banjo on stage.
  • He took up the banjo and played with amateur groups on both instruments.
  • He got his start playing the banjo and soon added guitar and violin.
  • Others say that it was suggested to him by the banjo player, who saw one in a music store.
  • During high school and college, he performed jazz on guitar and banjo.
  • We must work it with the banjoes -- play an' dance at the same time. Cited from Stalky & Co., by Rudyard Kipling
  • She took up the banjo when she was thirteen years old.
  • The modern banjo comes in a variety of forms, including four- and five-string versions.
  • Just after the end of World War I, the company started to make banjos.
  • Their product line includes several models of both resonator and open-back banjos.
  • He began playing the banjo at the age of five.
  • When will I hear de banjo strumming, Down in my good old home?
  • The four-string banjo is used from time to time in musical theater.
  • The four-string banjo is used from time to time in musical theater.
  • She was left-handed so she played the banjo in reverse position.
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Meaning of banjo

  • noun A stringed instrument of the guitar family that has long neck and circular body