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What exactly is a mandolin? History. The instrument we now call the mandolin first truly appeared in the workshops of Naples, Italy, in the middle of the 1700s. Styles of music. The earliest music for the mandolin is found in Italian classical music and folk music. ... Parts of the mandolin. ...How does mandolin make sound?
Sound or music is produced by this hollow wooden chamber. The type of wood a mandolin is made of plays a big part in the tone it will produce. Typically the top of the mandolin is made of spruce while the back and sides are made of rosewood, maple, birch or mahogany.What is the nickname for the mandolin?
Synonyms for mandolin include bandolim, lute, mandoline, chopper, shredder, slicer, vegetable slicer and grater. Find more similar words at wordhippo.com!What is the mandoline used for?
A mandoline is typically used when making dishes that require uniformly sliced vegetables , such as a potato gratin or homemade potato chips. But it is also used to make french fries, vegetable slaws, and shredded or shaved vegetable dishes.