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A rebec is a stringed instrument, played primarily with a bow, possibly the forerunner of the violin. The body of the rebec is roughly pear-shaped, carved from a solid piece of wood. It seems that most rebecs were made by the musicians who played them.

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The Rebec Page includes working drawings to construct an instrument.