Play The World: The 101 Instrument Primer (eBook+Online Audio)
20857BCDEB
Play The World is the first and only world instrument primer featuring information on how to play 101 of the most popular and unique musical instruments from and cultures around the world. There are large pictures of every instrument from the ahoco of the Ivory Coast to the zheng of China, complete with detailed playing instructions, tunings, and important idiosyncratic techniques. Includes access to online audio with performance of every instrument and accompanying notation in the text. This is an invaluab ...more
Product Number:
20857BCDEB
Format:
eBook+Online Audio
Skill Level:
Beginning
Pages:
112
Binding:
eBook
ISBN:
1-6106-5251-7
ISBN13:
978-16106-5251-3
Publisher:
Mel Bay Publications, Inc.
Date Published:
12/17/2010
Play The World is the first and only world instrument primer featuring information on how to play 101 of the most popular and unique musical instruments from and cultures around the world. There are large pictures of every instrument from the ahoco of the Ivory Coast to the zheng of China, complete with detailed playing instructions, tunings, and important idiosyncratic techniques. Includes access to online audio with performance of every instrument and accompanying notation in the text. This is an invaluable book for any musical world traveler.

• The first and only 101 World Instrument Primer.
• Pictures and description of 101 unique instrument from around the world.
• Includes tunings, playing instructions, special technique and a piece per instrument.
• Accompanying audio has a recording of the pieces on each instrument.
001) Erhu - China      
002) Goge - West Africa      
003) Koni - Vietnam      
004) Rebab - Indonesia      
005) Sarinda - Nepal      
006) Ekidonogo, Ennenga, Adungu - Uganda      
007) Nyatiti - Kenya      
008) Saung Gauk - Burma (Myanmar)      
009) Biwa - Japan      
010) charango - Peru, Bolivia      
011) Dombra - Kazakhstan, Russia      
012) Dutar - Uyghurstan, Western China      
013) Gimbri, Guimbri or Sintir - Morocco      
014) Oud or Ud - Middle East      
015) Pipa - China      
016) Rebab - Afghanistan      
017) Ruan - China      
018) Sapeh - Malaysia      
019) Saz or Bagiama - Turkey      
020) Seung - Thailand      
021) Shamisen - Japan      
022) Sitar - India      
023) Tambura - India      
024) Tanbur - Uyghurstan, Western China      
025) Tar - Iran (Persia)      
026) Ajaeng - Korea      
027) Bro - Vietnam      
028) Chake - Thailand      
029) Citera - Hungary      
030) Dan Bau - Vietnam      
031) Dan Tranh - Vietnam      
032) Ichigenkin and Nigenkin - Japan      
033) Kacapi and Siter - Indonesia      
034) Kayagum - Korea      
035) Koto - Japan      
036) Lutong - Malaysia      
037) Mvet - Cameroon      
038) Pin Pia - Thailand      
039) Santur - Iran (Persia)      
040) Toba or Hanhye - Benin      
041) Valiha - Madagascar      
042) Zheng - China      
043) Dizi - China      
044) Fujara - Slovakia      
045) Maceno, Mohoceno, Moseno - Bolivia      
046) Ney or Nay - Middle East      
047) Ohe Hano Ihu - Hawaii      
048) Plains Flute - North America      
049) Quena - South America      
050) Selingut - Malaysia      
051) Seljefloyte - Norway      
052) Shakuhachio - Japan      
053) Suling - Indonesia      
054) Tarka - Chile, Bolivia      
055) Wot - Thailand      
056) Xun - China      
057) Zampona, Zamponia - Peru, Chile, Bolivia      
058) Bawu - China      
059) Hulusi - China      
060) Keluri - Sarawak, Malaysia      
061) Khaen - Thailand      
062) Naw - Thailand      
063) Sheng - China      
064) Sumpoton - Sabah, Malaysia      
065) Didjeridu - Australia      
066) Dung Chen - Tibet      
067) Pu, Dung or Conch - Polynesia, Tibet, India      
068) Duduk - Armenia      
069) Guanzi and Bili - china      
070) Midjweh and Arghul - Eqypt      
071) Pungi or Bin - India      
072) Suona - China      
073) Ahoco - Ivory Coast      
074) Aslatua, Kashaka, or Televi - Ghana      
075) Balofon - West Africa      
076) Bendir, Dap, Def - Eurasia      
077) Bodhran - Ireland      
078) Bones - Quebec, Canada      
079) Cabasa - Brazil      
080) Cajon - Peru, Cuba      
081) Changgo - Korea      
082) Djembe - West Africa      
083) Dumbek or Darabuka - Middle East      
084) Ektara or Gopiyantra - Iindia, Bangladesh      
085) Kayamba - Kenya      
086) Komok or Anadalahari - India, Bangladesh      
087) Oyo - Nigeria      
088) Pandeiro - Brazil      
089) Senh Tien or Sinh Tien - Vietnam      
090) Shekere - Uganda      
091) Then - Vietnam      
092) Udu - Nigeria      
093) Genggong - Bali      
094) Kouqin - China      
095) Kubing and Giwong - Philippines      
096) Berimbau - Brazil      
097) Chipendani or Umrhubhe - South Africa      
098) Kalimba - Eastern and Central Africa      
099) Mbira - Zimbabwe, South Africa      
100)musical Glasses, Glass Harmonica - Europe      
101) Musical Saw - United States, Sweden      
 
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