Significant then, that he worshipped "the viol, the violet, and the vine" of Poe.
In Greece and Albania, however, the viol would seem not to be used.
Hither flock the jocund burgesses, and dance to the sound of harp and viol.
The artist is seen in the foreground playing a viol: Titian a bass viol.
He ceased: the strains of lute and viol died away, and that silence followed which is sweeter than any music.
The second, instructions for the viol and also for the treble violin.
He had scarcely recovered this shock (for it was a great one to him) when he heard Abel on the viol da Gamba.
Others, looking at the ceiling, sigh to the viol some German ballade.
She had a concert of "old music" with old instruments—spinet, viola, viol d'amour, etc.
Its tone (like that of all the viol class) was weak compared to the violoncello.
Heb. nebel (Isa. 5:12, R.V., "lute;" 14:11), a musical instrument, usually rendered "psaltery" (q.v.)