from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun An ancient musical instrument. See 4th
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- noun Alternative form of
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The word is possibly of Celtic origin (Welsh crwth) and a doublet of the archaic crowd, or crowth, a fiddle.
` ` Was a bee crowth a 'the _Caf the Rfugis, _' 'continued the young man.
` ` Z-afrai ',' 'said Mazaro; ` ` d'they frai' to do an'teen een d-these-a crowth. ''
Scotland has three -- the harp, the tabor and the crowth or crowd.
A Popular History of the Art of Music From the Earliest Times Until the Present
On Sunday, May 9, Studio Cantilena will play a Mother¹s Day program with Renaissance dances for a recorder ensemble, medieval two-part songs to the Virgin Mother and old Gregorian chants accompanied by crowth (an old Welsh fiddle), Tibetan singing bowls, and alpenhorn.
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