The Orff Instrumentarium is an important and versatile collection of uncomplicated and easy to play instruments developed to enliven music teaching with one's own free and creative music making. Most valuable was the preparatory work of Karl Maendler, a Munich instrument builder, who developed instruments not commonly used before that time. The instruments are classified according to construction, playing technique and use as follows: those with bars and single bars mounted on a resonating box Klangbausteineinstruments with stretched skin, and rhythm instruments.
Each percussion instrument features patterns, fills, and single hits assigned to the keyboard. Play rich musical phrases with ultra-realistic articulations pre-mapped to the keyboard. Explore the scales of the Indian tradition, adjust them to taste, and map them to your keyboard.
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The angklung is a sliding tube-rattle idiophone of Indonesia. This set of angklung hails from the central part of the island of Java, Indonesia, and was intended for use in schools primarily to teach and perform Western style diatonic scales with harmony nationalistic patriotic songs. The angklunghowever, has deep pre-national-era cultural roots on many Indonesian islands according to Kunst, Java, Madura, Bali, South Sumatra, Central and South Sulawesi, and Southwest Kalimantanand with the Javanese and Sundanese peoples of the island of Java in particular.
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Account Options Anmelden. Alle Stufen. The gayageum or kayagum is a traditional Korean string instrument, with 12 strings. It is probably the best known traditional Korean musical instrument.
The twin-pipe nose flute is a very special instrument that is unique to Taiwanese aboriginal tribes. Nose flutes are quite popular among many indigenous tribes throughout the world, but the twin-pipe nose flute can only be found in Taiwan. A classical Chinese instrument that is very popular here in Taiwan, the Yang-Qin is a hammered dulcimer with an almost square soundboard.
Very simply put, I am trying to understand if there is a difference in archaeological sources in English, compared to what is written in a non-English language eg. Thai, Myanma, Bahasa. Part of this work was inspired by my experiences with rock art and the difference between what was written in English and what I could find in other languages. For example, the Handbook of Rock Art Research summarises Southeast Asia in three pages and mentions the presence of about sites — of which only five are named.