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Name two medieval musical instruments that are no longer common in today's music?

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The Dulcimer - The Dulcimer was played by striking the strings with small hammers The Hurdy-gurdy - the hurdy-gurdy was introduced to England during the 12th century - the bow was replaced by strings attached to a wheel which was cranked by a handle The Viol - Viols were played with a bow and held on the lap or between the legs
there are not used today
those are not used today

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@toxicsugar22, the lute isn't used today either
yeah the lute isn't used as much, but still used by few.

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