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History of French musical instruments: Salusophone woodwind instrument

There is no doubt that people who can imagine the salusophone among orchestral instruments are quite otaku. The salusophone is a very old instrument, and although it was created in modern times, it is an old instrument that is hardly used today. This corresponds to a woodwind instrument, and when you look at it, it looks like a brass instrument.
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[History of South American musical instruments: Agogo] Ethnic musical instruments

The agogo is a percussion instrument used in Latin music, but it is not well known. This may be because the percussion instrument itself is not that conspicuous, but many people do not even know what this instrument is called in the first place. Many people confuse agogobells and cowbells, so we have also summarized the differences.
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[Austrian musical instrument history: contrabassoon] Orchestral instrument

Do you know the instrument called contrabassoon? This instrument, which was born in Vienna, Austria, is often used as an orchestral instrument, but not many people know about it. This instrument is one of the woodwind instruments, and is a gigantic instrument that is twice the size of a bassoon.
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[History of Mongolian Musical Instruments] Yatoga : Ethnic Musical Instrument

Many people probably don't know about the instrument called Yatoga. That's no wonder; this instrument is a Mongolian folk instrument, and compared to the Morinkhor, it is clearly one of the minor instruments. Yatoga is a well-known musical instrument among the Mongolian people, and is mainly played in Mongolia and the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China.
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[History of American Musical Instruments: Xaphoon] Woodwind Pocket Saxophone

Zahoon is said to be a pocket saxophone. Since the tone is almost the same as the saxophone, it looks like the same instrument. But the creator of this instrument is not the saxophone. The creator will be Hawaiian.
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[History of Japanese musical instruments] Tonkori: stringed instruments

Tonkori is a traditional musical instrument passed down to the Ainu people, and is equivalent to an ethnic musical instrument. The tonkori is classified as a stringed instrument, and many Ainu people call it "ka". The tonkori consists of five strings, and it takes a lot of practice to master them. Unique music and playing methods are expressed by tonkori.
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[History of musical instruments: Japan] Violyre : stringed instrument

It may be said that people other than Japanese do not know much about the instrument called viola. This is because although this instrument was born in Japan, it is not so well known. Viola is a stringed instrument produced by Yamaha, one of the world's musical instrument manufacturers. The viola looks exactly like the taishokoto, but there are many differences.
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[Germany: History of Musical Instruments] Hermann Harp: Modern Musical Instruments

Many people think of the harp as an instrument with a very long history. However, a new kind of harp is also appearing. That is the Hermann Harp. The Hermann harp is a new kind of harp that appeared in Germany, and it is a new instrument. Therefore, it is not very well known, but it is also an instrument that is attracting attention.
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[Vietnam: History of Musical Instruments] Dan Bau: Ethnic Musical Instrument

You may not have heard much about Dan Bau. This instrument is a traditional Vietnamese instrument and one of the instruments used by the ancient Vietnamese. This instrument is classified as a stringed instrument, and has a rather unusual feature of having only one string.
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History of Hungarian Musical Instruments: Cimbalom

Cimbalom is a Hungarian folk instrument. Cimbalom is a musical instrument that spread to Hungary, Romania, Austria, etc. in the eastern part of Europe, and sounds are produced by hitting or playing metal strings stretched on a trapezoidal box. This instrument was often used in modern European orchestras.
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