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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Dizi, also known as di (笛) or hengdi (橫笛), and has varieties including qudi (曲笛) and bangdi (梆笛)[2][3].
  Re-enactment of an ancient traditional music performance

Question 2: ________ (古箏) - 16-26 stringed zither with movable bridges
LiuqinRuanGuzhengSe (instrument)

Question 3: Hulusheng (simplified Chinese: 葫芦笙traditional Chinese: 葫蘆笙; pinyin: húlúshēng) - free-reed mouth organ with a gourd wind chest; used primarily in ________ province
Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous PrefectureYunnanKunmingDiqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture

Question 4: He (Chinese: ________: he) - ancient free reed mouth organ similar to the sheng but smaller
ISO/IEC 646PinyinISO/IEC 8859-8ISO/IEC 8859-3

Question 5: Lilie (唎咧) - reed wind instrument with a conical bore played by the Li people of ________
YunnanBeijingHong KongHainan

Question 6: Se (Chinese: ________: ) - 25-stringed zither with moveable bridges (ancient sources say 13, 25 or 50 strings)
ISO/IEC 8859-3PinyinISO/IEC 8859-8ISO/IEC 646

Question 7: ________ (二胡) - two-stringed fiddle
GaohuBanhuHuqinErhu

Question 8: Fangxiang (simplified Chinese: 方响traditional Chinese: 方響pinyin: fāngxiǎng________: fang hsiang) - set of tuned metal slabs (metallophone)
Wade–GilesTongyong PinyinDaighi tongiong pingimBopomofo

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Re-enactment of an ancient traditional music performance

Question 10: Mabu (马布) - single-reed bamboo pipe played by the ________
Hmong peopleLahu peopleYi peopleYao people







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