It is a lute shaped stringed instrument popular in the Middle Ages. It has two to four drone strings sounded by a hand-cranked wheel. The melody is played on the strings by depressing keys. For 10 points, name this instrument that is sometimes confused with the barrel organ.
It's among the thinnest of America's major papers, but studies show it's the one whose readers devote the most time daily to it. It's based in New York, but has more subscribers in California, and is in fact printed at 17 plants around the U.S. At 1.8 million copies a day, it has the largest circulation of any U.S. newspaper. FTP, name it.
answer: WALL STREET JOURNAL
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