Category:Stössel-Laute

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Stössel-Laute, Stössel-Mandoline, or lute-zither, is a flat stringed instrument with lute-like outline. It was named after its inventor, luthier Georg Stössel (1867–1943) in Cologne.

See also[edit]

  • Stoessel-laute. oddmusic.com. "The Stoessel-laute, or lute-zither (part zither, part lute) was invented by violin builder Georg Stoessel in 1914, and available through the 1920's."

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