What are some African Traditional Musical Instruments?
There are quite a few African Traditional Musical Instruments. Some of them would be the Membranophones which are drums and Aerophones which are wind instruments.
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Tunisia is a North African Arabic speaking country (predominantly) that is well known for malouf, an imported music from Andalusia after the 15th century Spaniard conquest. Their musical instruments are categorize in 3 types: bendir that is similar to drums, mandole similar to a guitar, and the mizwad an instrument that is similar to flute.
Some musical instruments that begin with the letter N are: Nose flute Naqara - a Mongolian War Drum Nyckelharpa - a Swedish Key Harp. nadaswaram - classical instrument of TamilNadu nohkan - Japanese bamboo transverse nyckelharpa - traditional Swedish key fiddle naqqara - an Arabian drum made of baked clay and hide nagak - Korean seashell horn
There are many Indian musical instruments. The most famous are the classical instruments of North India. Sitar, veena, and sarod are some of the stringed instruments from India. Tabla, and ghatam, are the most popular percussion instruments in India. Bansuri is the Indian flute. Suona is the Indian oboe.