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This stringed instrument, known as the 'crwth', is inscribed 1742 and 'made at Llanfihangel' [Bachellaeth, Caernarfonshire]. The old Welsh crwth had six strings: four above the fingerboard, to be played with a bow, and two veering to the left, to be plucked by the thumb.

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