Why was the sackbut invented?

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Why was the sackbut invented?

An already outrageously popular instrument all those centuries ago, the Sackbut was first created to answer the need for a lower pitched Trumpet, but still holds its own today.

Q. What is the similarities of lute and guitar?

Guitars and lutes are similar to the violin family in that they have a fingerboard with strings stretched between a bridge and tuning pegs. However, the fingerboard has frets on which the strings are pressed, and guitars and lutes are also played differently.

Q. What is the classification of Octavina?

Plucked string instrument

Q. What is the classification of Bandurria?


String instrument
Classification Plucked chordophone
Hornbostel–Sachs classification 321.

Q. What instrument is similar to a harp?


Q. How much do Harps cost?

How much does a harp cost? The average price of a lever harp is between $2,500 to $5,000 while a full size pedal harp is $15,000 to $20,000.

Q. Do harps have pedals?

The harp relies on 7 foot pedals to change the pitches of its 47 strings. They allow the harp to play chromatic notes but this also means that composers need to be aware of the need to allow sufficient time for pedal changes.

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