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What is one of the musical instruments of Thailand?
Pinai is a musical instrument of Thailand which is a flute made of wood.
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Answer . Ching is the sound that it makes when you hit the cymbals on the edge its full name is the "ching-chub" because in a band the ching makes the sound "ching-chub-ch…ing-chub-ching-chub.....".
the musical instruments of Thailand are the following: Sao-Duang;Sao-Saam-Saay;and Chakee are String Instruments; Pi nai is an instrument of Wind type;and Taphone, Klong Tha…t, Thon, Ching, Ranat Ek and Khong Wong Lek are Percussion Instruments.
Plucked Grajabpi (à¸à¸£à¸°à¸à¸±à¸à¸à¸µà¹) - ancient fretted lute Jakhe (à¸à¸°à¹à¸à¹) - crocodile-shaped fretted floor… zither with three strings Phin (à¸à¸´à¸) - three-stringed lute used in the Isan region of northeastern Thailand Phin phia (à¸à¸´à¸à¹à¸à¸µà¸¢à¸°) - chest-resonated stick zither played by the Lanna of northern Thailand Sueng (à¸à¸¶à¸) - plucked lute from the Lanna region of northern Thailand Phin hai (à¸à¸´à¸à¹à¸«) or hai song (à¹à¸«à¸à¸à¸) - a set of earthenware jars with rubber bands stretched over the open mouths [ edit ]Bowed Saw duang (à¸à¸à¸à¹à¸§à¸) - higher two-string fiddle with hardwood body; used in classical music Saw sam sai (à¸à¸à¸ªà¸²à¸¡à¸ªà¸²à¸¢) - three-string spike fiddle with coconut shell body; used in classical music Saw u (à¸à¸à¸à¸¹à¹) - lower two-string fiddle with a coconut shell body; used in classical music Saw pip (à¸à¸à¸à¸µà¸ or à¸à¸à¸à¸µà¹à¸) or saw krapong (à¸à¸à¸à¸£à¸°à¸à¹à¸à¸)- two-string fiddles with body made from a metal can; used in the Isan region of northeast Thailand; saw krapong is smaller Saw bang (à¸à¸à¸à¸±à¹à¸) - used in the Isan region of northeast Thailand Salo (à¸ªà¸°à¸¥à¹à¸) - three-string spike fiddle used in the Lanna region [ edit ]Struck Khim (à¸à¸´à¸¡) - hammered dulcimer [ edit ]Percussion [ edit ]Drums . A taphon . Taphon (à¸à¸°à¹à¸à¸) or klawng taphon (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¸à¸°à¹à¸à¸) - sacred barrel drum; played with the hands and used in the piphat ensemble Taphon mon (à¸à¸°à¹à¸à¸à¸¡à¸à¸) - large drum played with the hand,use in the piphat Mon Glong thad (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¸à¸±à¸) - large drum played with sticks; usually played in a pair and used in the piphat ensemble Rammana (à¸£à¸³à¸¡à¸°à¸à¸²) - frame drum; played with the hand Thon (à¹à¸à¸) - goblet drum ; played with the hand Glong thap (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¸à¸±à¸) - goblet drum used primarily in southern Thai folk music Glong khaek (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¹à¸à¸) - barrel drum; played with the hands and generally played in pairs Glong songna (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¸ªà¸à¸à¸«à¸à¹à¸²) - barrel drum; played with the hands Glong yao (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¸¢à¸²à¸§) - long drum; played with the hands Poengmang khok (à¹à¸à¸´à¸à¸¡à¸²à¸à¸à¸à¸), or simply poengmang (à¹à¸à¸´à¸à¸¡à¸²à¸) - set of tuned drums used in the piphat mon Glong chatri (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¸à¸²à¸à¸£à¸µ) - same Glong thad but smaller than,played with sticks,use in the piphat chatri Glong banthoh (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¸à¸±à¸à¹à¸à¸²à¸°à¸§à¹) - smallest barrel drum; use in the Royal Thai Brahmanism-Hinduism Ceremony or ritual about the Thai Royal Family Glong seng (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¹à¸ªà¹à¸), Glong ching (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¸à¸´à¹à¸), or Glong tae (à¸à¸¥à¸à¸à¹à¸à¸°) - large drum played with sticks; generally played in pairs and used in competition in the Isan region of northeast Thailand, particularly by the Phu Thai people [ edit ]Gong chimes Khong wong lek (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸§à¸à¹à¸¥à¹à¸) - higher gong circle; comprises many small tuned bossed gongs mounted in a rattan frame Khong wong yai (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸§à¸à¹à¸«à¸à¹)- lower gong circle; comprises many small tuned bossed gongs mounted in a rattan frame Khong mon (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸¡à¸à¸) - set of many small tuned bossed gongs arranged in vertical curved frame; usually primarily in funeral music Khong rang (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸£à¸²à¸) - set of eight tuned gongs suspended horizontally in a straight frame; similar to the southern Philippine kulintang ; rare [ edit ]Keyboard Ranat (à¸£à¸°à¸à¸²à¸) - trough-resonated keyboard percussion instrument; generally played with two mallets and used in Thai classical and theater music Ranat ek (à¸£à¸°à¸à¸²à¸à¹à¸à¸) - higher xylophone, with bars usually made of hardwood Ranat thum (à¸£à¸°à¸à¸²à¸à¸à¸¸à¹à¸¡) - lower xylophone, with bamboo or hardwood bars Ranat ek lek (à¸£à¸°à¸à¸²à¸à¹à¸à¸à¹à¸«à¸¥à¹à¸) - higher metallophone Ranat thum lek (à¸£à¸°à¸à¸²à¸à¸à¸¸à¹à¸¡à¹à¸«à¸¥à¹à¸) - lower metallophone Ranat kaeo (à¸£à¸°à¸à¸²à¸à¹à¸à¹à¸§) - crystallophone ; very rare Pong lang (à¹à¸à¸à¸¥à¸²à¸) - pentatonic log xylophone used in the Isan region [ edit ]Gongs Khong chai (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸à¸±à¸¢), also called khong hui (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸«à¸¸à¹à¸¢) or khong mui (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸¡à¸¸à¹à¸¢) - huge hanging bossed gong used for indicating time Khong mong (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¹à¸«à¸¡à¹à¸) or mong (à¹à¸«à¸¡à¹à¸) - medium-sized hanging bossed gong used in Thai ensembles Khong meng (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¹à¸«à¸¡à¹à¸) or khong kratae (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸à¸£à¸°à¹à¸) - small bossed gong used as a signaling device and in traditional parades with klawng yao Khong rao (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸£à¸²à¸§) - three bossed gongs (small, medium, and large) suspended vertically in a wooden frame; rare Khong khu (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸à¸¹à¹) - pair of small bossed gongs suspended horizontally in a wooden box; used in theater music and music of southern Thailand Wong khong chai (à¸§à¸à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸à¸±à¸¢) - set of seven large bossed gongs suspended vertically in a circular frame; rare [ edit ]Clappers Krap (à¸à¸£à¸±à¸) - clapper Krap phuang (à¸à¸£à¸±à¸à¸à¸§à¸) - bundle of hardwood and brass slats, tied together at one end Krap sepha (à¸à¸£à¸±à¸à¹à¸ªà¸ à¸²) - pair of bamboo or hardwood sticks [ edit ]Cymbals Ching (à¸à¸´à¹à¸) - pair of small, thick cymbals joined by a cord; used to mark time Chap (à¸à¸²à¸) - pair of flat cymbals joined by a cord Chap lek (à¸à¸²à¸à¹à¸¥à¹à¸) - smaller Chap yai (à¸à¸²à¸à¹à¸«à¸à¹) - larger [ edit ]Shaken bamboo Angklung (à¸à¸±à¸à¸à¸°à¸¥à¸¸à¸) - set of tuned bamboo tubes mounted in a frame and shaken; generally played by a group. comes from Indonesia. [ edit ]Bronze drums Mahorathuek (à¸¡à¹à¸«à¸£à¸°à¸à¸¶à¸) - bronze drum; dates back to the Dong Son culture of antiquity and today very rare Traditional Thai musical instruments also are classified into four categories, by the region of Thailand in which they are used. [ edit ]Wind [ edit ]Flutes Khlui (à¸à¸¥à¸¸à¹à¸¢) - vertical duct flute made of bamboo, hardwood, or plastic Khlui lib (à¸à¸¥à¸¸à¹à¸¢à¸«à¸¥à¸´à¸ or à¸à¸¥à¸¸à¹à¸¢à¸«à¸¥à¸µà¸; treble); not commonly used Khlui phiang aw (à¸à¸¥à¸¸à¹à¸¢à¹à¸à¸µà¸¢à¸à¸à¸; medium) Khlui u (à¸à¸¥à¸¸à¹à¸¢à¸à¸¹à¹; bass); not commonly used Wot (à¹à¸«à¸§à¸) - circular panpipe used in the Isan region of northeast Thailand. Play by holding between the hands, and while rotating, blow downwards into the pipes. [ edit ]Free-reed Khaen (à¹à¸à¸) - mouth organ used in the Isan (northeastern) region Pi chum (à¸à¸µà¹à¸à¸¸à¸¡; called à¸à¸µà¹à¸à¸ pi so in northern Thailand) - free reed pipe used in the Lanna (northern) region Gourd mouth organ - used by the Akha (called lachi ), Lisu (called fulu ), and Lahu (called naw ) peoples of the upland regions of northern Thailand Jaw harp (called chongnong (à¸à¹à¸à¸à¸«à¸à¹à¸à¸) in central Thailand and huen (à¸«à¸·à¸) in northeast Thailand) - played primarily among ethnic minorities of northern Thailand, as well as by the people of the Isan region of northeast Thailand [ edit ]Oboes Pi (à¸à¸µà¹) - quadruple- or double-reed oboe Pi chanai (à¸à¸µà¹à¹à¸à¸) - possibly derived from the Indian shehnai Pi chawa (à¸à¸µà¹à¸à¸§à¸²) - used to accompany Muay Thai Pi klang (à¸à¸µà¹à¸à¸¥à¸²à¸) Pi mon (à¸à¸µà¹à¸¡à¸à¸) - large double-reed oboe with detachable metal bell; used for funeral music Pi nai (à¸à¸µà¹à¹à¸) - standard leading instrument used in the piphat ensemble Pi nok (à¸à¸µà¹à¸à¸à¸) [ edit ]Horns Trae (à¹à¸à¸£) - metal horn Sang (à¸ªà¸±à¸à¸à¹) - conch shell horn; also called trae sang (à¹à¸à¸£à¸ªà¸±à¸à¸à¹) Sang
There are a number of musical instruments found in Thailandincluding the khlui. You can also find the salo and the sueng inThailand.
Idiophones â¢ Ranat-ek â¢ Ranat-lek â¢ Ranat Thum â¢ Khong Wong Lek â¢ The Ching and Chap â¢ Gong Wong â¢ Gong hui Membranophone … â¢ The Taphone Instrument â¢ The Ramana â¢ The Thon Ramana Aerophone â¢ The Pi â¢ Kan Chordophones â¢ Saw Sam Sai â¢ Chakee
There are many musical instruments found and used in Thailand suchas the Ranad. Thailand also has musical instruments like the Khluiand Thai drum.
Sor-u , Tone Drum , Krachap Pi , Kokg Song Na (two drum faces) and so on........
instruments in thailand that idiophone
A taphon is a traditional Thai drum. Shaped like a barrel. it has two heads and it is played with both your hands and fingers. :)
A cappela means there are no instruments, only your voice is used.
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you play it like a drum but you tend to use your bare hands whiletapping some beats instead of using drum sticks.
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There are some very known sites where one could go and get their musical instrument repaired. One of these sites would be David Bailey Music Studio. It is very trusted and a l…ot of people use it!
Philippine instruments are made up of metal and wood as thailands were only wood.