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The bouzouki is a plucked, stringed instrument. It was derived from the tambouras through consecutive modifications aimed at producing a stronger and shinier sound that was demanded by a new musical stream, which was in the process of being created at the urban centers of the Aegean during the second half of the 19 th century. The first points of differentiation between this new instrument and the tambouras were the gradual decrease in the number of strings, and the elevation and extension of the fret board onto the top plate with a corresponding increase of the height of the bridge. These features were already present in a ripe descendant of the tambouras, namely the mandolin,(James Tyler and Paul Sparks, "The early mandolin"), and given the geographic proximit