Instruments of Southern Asia

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INSTRUMENTS OF SOUTHERN ASIAN COUNTRY A. LAOS

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The khene (/ˈkɛn/; also spelled "khaen", "kaen" and "khen"; Lao: ແຄນ; Thai: แคน, RTGS: khaen, pronounced [kʰɛ̄ːn]; Vietnamese: khèn; Khmer: គែន) is a mouth organ of Lao origin whose pipes, which are usually made of bamboo, are connected with a small, hollowed-out hardwood reservoir into which air is blown, creating a sound similar to that of the violin. This is classified as Aerophone.

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The đàn bầu (pronounced [ɗǎn ɓə̌w]; ") also đàn độc huyền (or độc huyền cầm) is a Vietnamese monochord, or one-string guitar.[1][2]. This is classified as Chordophone.

3 Membranophone he trống cái or trống đại "great drum" is a traditional Vietnamese bass drum.[1] It has a barrel-shaped wooden body,[2] and gives a deep booming sound.[3] The trong cai drums are typically hung on a stable frame, and in traditional drama the trống đại cổ is beaten to support the singers. It can also be carried an used at the head of a dragon dance procession
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4. The k'lông pút is a traditional bamboo xylophone of the Bahnar people in Vietnam-Idiophones

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B. CAMBODIA

1.[pic]Tro is the generic name for traditional bowed string instruments in Cambodia.
Instruments in this family include the two-stringed tro u, tro sau toch, tro sau thom, and tro che, as well as the three-stringed tro Khmer spike fiddle.-chordophone

2.[pic]The ching (Khmer: ឈឹង; Thai: ฉิ่ง, IPA: [tɕʰìŋ]; sometimes romanized as chhing) are small bowl-shaped finger cymbals of thick and heavy bronze, with a broad rim commonly used in Cambodia and Thailand. They are made of an alloy (mixture of iron, copper, and gold) mixed with bronze. They measure about 2 inches (5 cm) in diameter and are joined together with a cord, which passes through a small hole at the apex of each one of them. Each cymbal of the pair is held in one hand and the two are struck together. The ching are the timekeepers of the ensemble. Idiophones

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