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- Mandolins – Milanese mandolino. ATLAS of Plucked Instruments. "From around 1750s the mandolino became a bit larger and had only 6 single strings. To set it aside from the double-stringed mandolino this single-string instrument is nowadays called the Milanese mandolino. ..."
- Nicola Swinburne. A Brief History of the Mandolin. MandolinSerenade.com. "Baroque mandolin traditions ... With minor adaptations the instrument survived to the present day under the names "mandolino Milanese" or "mandolino Lombardo.""