Fiorassiu argentinu (m)

(with) definite article: ? [su?]
(the) ?
Identical types: 29

Obsolete name, discovered (late 1950s-1960s) by Dionigi Burranca; According to Weis Bentzon "a brilliantly-sounding high Fiorassiu"; Bakx mentions it as one of 8 obsolete or rarely used types (the other 7 being the Fiuda allirga, Fiuda bagadia in fa minore, Mediana in re maggiore, Mesu puntu, Morisku, Punt’’e Kirias, and Tertsu puntu), stating that some (though failing to specify which) of these are, as he calls them, "fake" kuntsertus.


Weis Bentzon, Andreas Fridolin: The launeddas: a Sardinian folk music instrument. Copenhagen, 1969, p.22.

Bakx, Phons: De launeddas: rietinstrument van de Sarden. Middelburg, 1995, p.29.