- a Russian stringed musical instrument that is plucked. It is played with a plectrum.
- CITY OF ST. CLAIR PUBLIC MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2011
- Jul 5, 2011 Domras (Bolton and Menk), Jen Clements and Dan Niles (JJD Domras referred to maps/drawings of the WWTP area and proposed berm.
- From the Cities to the Steppes: Music of Old Russia
- are replaced by plucked balalaikas and domras in several sizes.
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- Domra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The domra (Russian: домра) is a long-necked Russian string instrument of the lute family with a round body and three or four metal strings.
- Domra, The dombra, Russian Three-stringed Domra, Ukrainian four-stringed domra, Mandolin, Mandolina, Tuning Russian Domra.
- Washington Balalaika Society/Instruments
- he Domra family of instruments includes, from the highest-pitched to the lowest, the prima domra, alto domra, tenor domra and bass domra.
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- DOMRAS CUP 13th Annual Mead-Only Competition—Feb 5, 2011. COMPETITION RESULTS ARE POSTED. · AHA CLUB ONLY COMPETITIONS.
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