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|Developed||Braga, north-western Portugal|
|Viola caipira, Viola beiroa, Viola campaniça, Viola da terra, Viola de arame, Viola sertaneja, Viola terceira, Viola toeira, Viola amarantina.|
The viola braguesa is a stringed instrument from Braga, north-western Portugal. It has 10 strings in 5 courses. The strings are made of steel. It is tuned C4 C3, G4 G3, A4 A3, D4 D4, G4 G4. The scale length is about 500mm.
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