3. A musical instrument from china that produces the sound from s string. 4. A folk that belongs to japan. 5. Folk song of china. 6. A fraction like symbol found at the beginning of a musical piece. 7. An improvised rhythmic drum in japan. 8. Worlds biggest and largest drum in japan. 9. Ili ili tulog anay us a song about baby put into sleep while Sakura is about. 10. A musical instrument that belongs to idiophone classification.
3. Erhu. Known in the West as the Chinese violin, the erhu is a two-string bowed instrument thats often played in operas and orchestral performances. The instrument can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty (690-705) and is said to have evolved from the Xiqin
4.Japanese folklore encompasses the informally learned folk traditions of Japan and the Japanese people as expressed in its oral traditions, customs, and material culture
5. Mō Lì Huā
6. Meter is notated at the beginning of a composition with a time signature. Time signatures are always notated with two numbers, one on top of the other, much like a fraction in math. The top number denotes the number of beats in each measure. The bottom number denotes the note value that receives the beat.
7. Taiko (太鼓) are a broad range of Japanese percussion instruments
8. THE BIGGEST OKEDO-DAIKO DRUM WEIGHS 3.5 TONS
Found at Odaiko Hall in Kita-Akita, Akita, Japan, the worlds largest Taiko drum measures 3.8 metres long and only the most experienced drummers are allowed to play it
9. A National Flower of Japan
10. Idiophones are instruments whose own substance vibrates to produce sound (as opposed to the strings of a guitar or the air column of a flute)