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The Mayuri is an Indian instrument from the 19th century which resembles a peacock, the symbol of India.
This instrument is usually played while kneeling as it has a mighty 28-30 strings. This peacock-shaped instrument is actually created using real peacock feathers and a bill!
You can view how this instrument is played by watching the video below.
This instrument was originally made from wood and leather, but moved onto a more stable copper.
The Copper Serpent came into fashion in the 16th Century and has played roles in famous musician’s music. For instance, Mozart used this instrument in his 1771 opera Ascanio in Alba.
Below is a video on how the instrument is played.
The Haegeum is a traditional Korean instrument that is held vertically on the knee and played with a bow.
This instrument that resembles a fiddle, is played with two hands: the left hand creating tension in the string and the right using the bow.
This instrument is created with 8 materials: gold, rock, thread, bamboo, gourd, clay, leather and wood.
You can see footage of someone playing the Haegeum in the video below.