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DescriptionInstrument
Plucked seven-string Chinese musical instrument of the zither family
Medieval fiddle that is distinguishable by its round body that tapers into the neck and culminates in a peg box or disk
Guitar-shaped string instrument from 15th-16th century Spain, Portugal & Italy (usually w/5 or 6 doubled strings)
African musical instrument/wooden board (often w/resonator) w/attached staggered metal tines/played by holding in hands & plucked w/thumbs/also called thumb piano
Transverse flute of South Asia made from a single hollow shaft of bamboo with six or seven finger holes/associated w/cowherds/linked to love story of Krishna & Radha
Bulgarian bowed, stringed instrument of Balkans w/round wooden back, skin belly, & 1 horsehair string (or, rarely 2) secured at top of neck by a rear tuning peg
Plucked stringed instrument originating in ancient India/used mainly in Carnatic & Hindustani classical music/earliest was type of harp/now more like lute or guitar
Class of instruments that creates sound primarily by the instrument as a whole vibrating—without the use of strings or membranes
Greek lute brought to Greece by immigrants from Asia Minor in 1900's/mainstay of modern Greek music/played w/plectrum/sounds like mandolin but lower
DescriptionInstrument
Traditional flute of the Andes/made of totora/6 finger holes & 1 thumb hole
Small stringed instrument from Braga, Portugal w/4 metal strings/direct predecessor of ukulele
Musical wind instrument associated with Pan/most commonly played by shepherds/also called pan flute
Conical bore, double-reed woodwind instrument made in Europe from the 12th century (at the latest) to the present day/replaced by oboe family after Renaissance
Traditional Japanese bamboo flute/introduced from China to Japan in 8th century/used by monks of Fuke school of Zen Buddhism/tuned to minor pentatonic scale
Type of ocarina made from horn of chamois, goat, or other similar animal/in use in 15th century in Europe/name is German
Vietnamese percussion instrument/5 carved temple blocks & 4 carved tone blocks
3-stringed, Japanese musical instrument derived from the Chinese instrument sanxian/played with a plectrum called a bachi

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