Instruments of the Chinese Orchestra

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Click here to see this 2 string violin! Click here to see this bamboo flute! Click here to see this bamboo flute! Click here to see this moon guitar! Click here to see this mouth organ! Click here to see this 3 stringed lute! Click here to see this temple block!

Chinese music is one of the oldest and most highly developed of all known musical systems. It includes many genres, such as opera, folk music, and orchestral music, and has been growing and changing for 6,000 years.

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