Bloodwood-An alternative wood for the back and sides of a classical guitar.
Bloss-（德） mere, merely
Blue grass-form of country & western music that developed during the mid 1940's, played by groups that include a double bass, two or more guitars, mandolins, fiddles, steel or Hawaiian guitars, dobros and five-string banjo
Blue notes-flattened third, seventh and occasionally fifth degrees of the major scale
Bocca chiusa-（意大利） wordless humming
Bocote-A wood from Central America that features a tobacco/reddish brown color with distinct, parallel black lines. It's less brittle than Ziricote.
Body-the resonance box of a stringed instrument.
Bog-（德） tie or bind
Bogen-（德） tie or bind
Boiled Linseed-Raw linseed-oil with chemical accelerators, called driers, added to quicken drying time. Often used on bare fingerboards to prevent cracking.
Bolerito-a triple meter dance but includes only one or two sections or movements as compared with the standard three in a bolero
Bolero-Spanish dance in 3/4 time; Cuban dance derived from the Spanish bolero, initially into 2/4 time then eventually into 4/4, but always slow
Bolombatto-harp from West Africa with four gut strings over a gourd resonator and an attached tin rattle
Bolon-a three string bass harp with a resonating gourd that can be used as a drum
Boloye-one-string bass from the Ivory Coast
Bomb-in jazz and particularly in bop, an unexpectedly loud beat from the drummer on a backbeat, upbeat or irregular eighth note beat
Bone-A material used for making bridge saddles and fingerboard nuts.
Boogie woogie-a blues style of music which evolved in the Mississippi basin of the Deep South of the U.S.A
Book Matched-Two wood pieces (cut from a single piece and reoriented) that mirror each other in grain.
Bop-a complex 1940's jazz style, characterized by very fast or very slow tempos with improvised lines of notes, irregular accents, and extended harmony, the patterns often ending with an abrupt two-note figure that sounded like be-bop
Borre-（英）-a French dance similar to the gavotte but beginning on the fourth beat of four rather than the third of four as in the gavotte
Borree-（英）-a French dance similar to the gavotte but beginning on the fourth beat of four rather than the third of four as in the gavotte
Borrowed chord-use of a chord in a key in which it is not diatonic, or the substitution of a chord from a different key into a work
Borrowed division-a term used to describe when a note is divided into an unusual number of smaller notes, for example, when three quarter notes are to be played in the time of a half note
Borry-（英） a French dance similar to the gavotte but beginning on the fourth beat of four rather than the third of four as in the gavotte
Bossa nova-a Brazilian popular music style developed in the late 1950s
Bottleneck guitar-a slide guitar, where a smooth, hard object, usually a hollow metal or glass cylinder, is used to change the pitches of the strings
Bourree-a French dance similar to the gavotte but beginning on the fourth beat (of four) rather than the third (of four) as in the gavotte
Boutade-（法） an improvisation
Bouts-the curves in the sides of the instrument, especially the C-shaped inward curves that form the waist
Bouzouki-a twentieth-century long-necked Greek lute with a fretted neck and a pear shaped body containing two courses of strings which are tuned like the upper strings of a guitar
Box Elder Burl-An alternative wood for the back and sides of a classical guitar.
Boyau-（法） catgut, made from the intestines of sheep, lambs or goat
Bpm-beats per minute, the usual measurement of tempo
Braccio-（意大利） of the arm
Brace-a rustic dance in duple time, similar to the gavotte, originating in France
Braces-Strips of wood attached to the inner top or back of a guitar to increase strength.
Bracket-a perpendicular line with bracket joining multiple staves
Branle-（法） a rustic dance in duple time, similar to the gavotte, originating in France
Bransle-（法） a rustic dance in duple time, similar to the gavotte, originating in France
Brantle-a rustic dance in duple time, similar to the gavotte, originating in France
Brautlied-（德） bridal song
Bravoure-（法） bravery, gallantry
Bravoure-（法） skill, spirit
Bravura-（意大利） skill, spirit
Brawl-a rustic dance in duple time, similar to the gavotte, originating in France
Brawle-a rustic dance in duple time, similar to the gavotte, originating in France
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