Viola d'amore

The viola d'amore is an instrument from the Baroque period, belonging to the family of chordophones. It is slightly longer and wider than traditional viola, but is held and played in the same way. It usually has five to seven melody strings and the same number of resonance strings. Often this instrument is enriched with inlays, sculptures, carvings and embellishments of various kinds.

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