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Question 1: The instrument is carved out of solid soft wood such as from the ________ tree.
South AsiaSanskritIndiaJackfruit

Question 2: This feature, which is also common to other related Southeast Asian "boat lutes", which were influenced by varying degrees by Indian concepts of melody and scale via the ________.
PhilippinesMalaysiaIndonesiaMalay Archipelago

Question 3: With the advent of globalization, the importance of the kutiyapi has waned as artists have taken up the ________ instead, as it is louder.
Classical guitarBass guitarElectric guitarGuitar

Question 4: Binalig scale pieces include several archaic compositions now not played on the ________, and of these pieces Malapankuno (cock crowing) and Mapalendad are included.
BisRockKulintangAgungPinoy hip hop

Question 5: Among the T'Boli, Manobo and other ________ groups, the instrument (known as Hegelung, Kudyapi or Fedlung) is tuned to a major pentatonic scale.
PhilippinesMindanaoMoro peopleLumad

Question 6: (See ________ for more information on historic Indian cultural influence in Southeast Asia.)
South AsiaIndosphereThailandSanskrit

Question 7: It is four to six feet long with nine frets made of hardened ________.
BeeswaxButtonTracing paperScissors

Question 8: Although they share a similar name, the Kacapi of Sunda on ________ is a zither, and not a lute.
IndonesiaJavaBaliCentral Java

Question 9: It is the only stringed instrument among the ________, and one of several among other groups such as the Maranao and Manobo.
Moro peopleTausūgMaguindanao peoplePhilippines

Question 10: The kutiyapi, is a ________ two-stringed, fretted boat-lute.
United StatesPapua New GuineaEast TimorPhilippines


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