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Origin of rebab
Words nearby rebab
Example sentences from the Web for rebab
This rebab is an exact counterpart of the rebec formerly popular in Western Europe.Musical Myths and Facts, Volume I (of 2)|Carl Engel
We have had some singing to-night, and playing of the rebab.
The bow developed very slowly in Europe and remained a crude instrument as long as it was applied to the rebab and its hybrids.
He was very angry when told to go, and broke a rebab we had given him to play on, for he could both play and sing well.
Orpheus is holding an instrument, which appears to be a rebab, against his chin, in the act of bowing and stopping the strings.