What kinds of Instruments Used in African Music?
In African Music there are a lot of wonderful sounding instruments used to make their music sound unique. For instance, one of their instruments is the drum. It is very different from our drum we use today in the U.S. Their drum is made out of wood, gourds, and clay. They call their IMPORTANT drum “drum-chimes.” Another one of their instruments is the lute. An African instrument is the lyre. The lyre is a triangle stringed instrument. It is in the harp family of music categories. It has two curved arms and a connected up by a cross bar. Another African instrument is the Zithe and also the banjo. The flute is also another kind of instrument. Also, the oboe an African instrument. In addition, the trumpet is an African instrument as well as the most popular instrument xylophone. The xylophone is made of logs. The sanzas are thumb pianos made of bamboo as the so and box and metal keys. Also, the zithers is like a piano, but it has a flat sound box that can contains up to 30-40 strings and is played horizontally with one's fingertips.
When would the Africans use the Awesome Music?
The Africans most likely would usually use their wonderful music is when they are going to have a party. Also when they are celebrating something.
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