cithren
noun see cittern

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • cithren — cith·ren …   English syllables

  • cithren — noun see cittern …   Useful english dictionary

  • cittern — also cithern or cithren noun Etymology: blend of cither and gittern Date: 1566 a Renaissance stringed instrument like a guitar with a flat pear shaped body …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Cittern — Woman with cittern , canvas painted 1677 by Pieter van Slingeland (ca. 1630 1691). The cittern or cither (Fr. cistre, It. cetra, Ger. Cister, Sp. cistro, cedra, cítola) is a stringed instrument dating from the Renaissance. Modern scholars debate… …   Wikipedia

  • John Playford — was born in Norwich in 1623 and died in London in 1686. He served an apprenticeship with a publisher (John Benson) from 1639/40 to 1647, after which he opened a shop in the porch of Temple Church. A bookseller and publisher, Playford is best… …   Wikipedia

  • Cister — „Frau mit Cister“. Gemälde aus dem Jahr 1677 von Pieter van Slingeland (ca. 1630 1691) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Englische Gitarre — „Frau mit Cister“. Gemälde aus dem Jahr 1677 von Pieter van Slingeland (ca. 1630 1691) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • English Guitar — „Frau mit Cister“. Gemälde aus dem Jahr 1677 von Pieter van Slingeland (ca. 1630 1691) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • English guitar — „Frau mit Cister“. Gemälde aus dem Jahr 1677 von Pieter van Slingeland (ca. 1630 1691) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lutherzither — „Frau mit Cister“. Gemälde aus dem Jahr 1677 von Pieter van Slingeland (ca. 1630 1691) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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