And we’re back with a second round of musical instruments for you to figure out! And if you thought that the last one was too “easy” for you, we promise to make this one a bit more interesting. So are you ready to go?
The answers are at the bottom, but you know the drill. No peeking!
Q.1 This instrument might look like a guitar to the untrained eye, but it has only four strings, often made of nylon, and is a native Hawaiian instrument.
Q.2 This is a native Australian instrument, often made from Eucalyptus timbre.
Q.3 It might look like a child’s toy, but it’s really not. What is it?
Q. 4 This instrument is synonymous with the sound of jazz.
Q.5 Can you identify this one?
Q.6 This is an Indian percussion instrument consisting of bowls filled to certain levels with water.
Q.7 This one is an ancient Chinese string instrument, and sounds absolutely lovely. The strings are plucked, not strummed.
Q. 8 This percussion instrument can be played with its sticks or even just using the hands.
Q.9 This Russian folk instrument’s body has jokingly been likened to a Dorito chip. But what’s it called?
Q.10 This brass wind instrument is often found in an orchestra formation.
And drum roll!!!
6. Jal tarang
8. Hapi drum
10. French horn
So how many did you get right?