How To Pronounce A Stringed Instrument
- Jun 21, 2018 -

Stringed instruments (strings) are pronounced in a way that relies on mechanical strength to make the tension of the string vibrate, so the sound volume is subject to certain limits.

Stringed instruments usually use different strings to play different sounds, and sometimes they have to use their fingers to press the chord to change the length of the chord, thereby changing the pitch.

Stringed instruments from their pronunciation, divided into strings (such as guitar and Ruan) and pull string instruments (such as violin class and Erhu Class), percussion instruments (dulcimer category).

Dial string instrument: harp (Harp), guitar (Guitar), Guqin, Pipa, Zheng.

Pull string Instrument: violin (violin), viola (Viola), cello (cello), double bass (double bass), erhu. Percussion instrument: dulcimer.


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