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 Übersetzung für 'Hurdy-Gurdy' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN1   a hurdy-gurdy | hurdy-gurdies
NOUN2   a hurdy gurdy | hurdy gurdies
SYNO barrel organ | grind organ | hand organ | ...
mus.
hurdy gurdy
Leierkasten {m}
mus.
hurdy-gurdy
Radleier {f}
mus.
hurdy-gurdy
Drehleier {f}
mus.
hurdy-gurdy
Bauernleier {f}
mus.
hurdy-gurdy
Leierkasten {m}
mus.
hurdy-gurdy [stringed instrument]
Hurdy-Gurdy {n} [engl. Drehleier]
mus.
hurdy-gurdy man
Leiermann {m}
mus.
hurdy-gurdy man
Leierkastenmann {m}
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  • Hurdy-Gurdy {n} [engl. Drehleier] = hurdy-gurdy [stringed instrument]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Swabian folk music is most popularly represented by acts like Saiten Fell and Firlefanz and the singer-songwriter (and player of the hurdy-gurdy and guitar) Thomas Felder.
  • The British singer-songwriter Donovan was also influential in developing Celtic rock during the late 1960s, with his albums "The Hurdy Gurdy Man", "Barabajagal", and "Open Road", the latter of which actually featured a song entitled "Celtic Rock".
  • The hurdy-gurdy is a string instrument that produces sound by a hand-crank-turned, rosined wheel rubbing against the strings.
  • A practically important case is the self-oscillation of the strings of bowed instruments such as the violin, cello, hurdy-gurdy, erhu, etc.
  • Recent artistic projects concentrating on the Cathar element in Provençal and troubador art include commercial recording projects by Thomas Binkley, electric hurdy-gurdy artist Valentin Clastrier, La Nef, and Jordi Savall.

  • With bowed instruments, the player pulls a rosined horsehair bow across the strings, causing them to vibrate. With a hurdy-gurdy, the musician cranks a wheel whose rosined edge touches the strings.
  • The demolition of the Martyrs church will be the third large community building removed from the area since 2012 which saw the closure of St David School and The Hurdy Gurdy.
  • He is working on a number of new projects continuing his interest in long-term sustainability and the reconfiguring of older technologies, including a series of hurdy-gurdy recordings, Spiegelei, a spherical camera obscura featuring Finer's innovative 360-degree projection system and Supercomputer, a 5 bit mechanical sculpture which computes minimal musical scores.
  • A skeleton parodies human happiness by playing a hurdy-gurdy, while the wheels of his cart crush a man as if his life is of no importance.
  • The band's musical style combines metal with Medieval traditional songs, blending the sound of the standard rock/metal instruments with historical instruments (such as bagpipes, harp, hurdy-gurdy and shawm).

  • The Galician folk revival drew on early 20th century performers like Perfecto Feijoo, a bagpipe and hurdy-gurdy player.
  • Eastern European string instruments such as the hurdy-gurdy are occasionally referred to as banduras, and the five-string guitar as a "bandurka".
  • Structurally, it is more closely related to the hurdy-gurdy, both employing key-actuated tangents to change the pitch.
  • In the Middle Ages down to as late as 1588, it was also the Italian name for the hurdy-gurdy [...].
  • Page owns two hurdy-gurdies, and is shown playing one of the instruments in the 1976 film "The Song Remains the Same".

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