Musical instruments questions This is a list of recently added questions about musical instruments. Play musical instruments quiz and see all the questions. What was the name of this ancient Greek wind instrument?Aulos. There were several kinds of aulos, single or double. The most common variety was a reed instrument. Archeological finds, surviving iconography and other evidence indicate that it was double-reeded, like the modern oboe, but with a larger mouthpiece, like the surviving Armenian duduk.Created by: Ninjaivery hard 37% pan flutepan flute24citharacithara13aulosaulos28polychordpolychord10music riddles » How many strings does the cello have?4. The cello is a bowed, and sometimes plucked, string instrument with four strings tuned in perfect fifths. The strings from low to high are generally tuned to C2, G2, D3 and A3, an octave lower than the viola. Created by: Tschukahard 57% 443785516666978822music riddles » What traditional Japanese musical instrument is that?Shamisen. The shamisen is a three-stringed traditional Japanese musical instrument played with a plectrum called a bachi. The construction of the shamisen varies in shape, depending on the genre in which it is used.Created by: Ninjaivery hard 35% BiwaBiwa185HichirikiHichiriki411ShamisenShamisen553TaikoTaiko414Japan riddles » What is the name of an analog synthesizer often used by electronic music producers?Moog. The name comes from its inventor Robert Moog. It was first presented at the Audio Engineering Society conference in October 1964. Although nowadays the digital ones are mostly in use, the name has stayed in electronic music community.Created by: Ninjaivery hard 30% correctorcorrector61samplersampler203moogmoog149synketsynket70technology riddles » What is the name of this Japanese drum?Taiko. The word taiko (jap. 太鼓) in Japanese means "drum". Outside of Japan, it is used as a collective term for various Japanese drums and taiko drum bands. The music performed on taiko is the first genre of original Japanese music that has spread throughout the world.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskavery hard 38% TenkoTenko799TsukiTsuki688TaikoTaiko1697TsubaneTsubane1172Japan riddles » What is the name of this Ormian musical instrument?Duduk is an ancient double reed woodwind instrument made of apricot wood. It is indigenous to Armenia. The unflattened reed and cylindrical body produce a sound closer to the English horn than to more commonly known double reeds. Unlike other double reed instruments like the oboe or shawm, the duduk has a very large reed proportional to its size.Created by: Ninjaihard 43% kamanchehkamancheh85dudukduduk265imzadimzad174tamburatambura80Asia riddles » What is the name of this African musical instrument?Imzad is a single-string bowed instrument used by the Tuareg people in Africa. The imzad is only played by the women for example to accompany songs, often during an evening ceremony called takket. However, there are modern attempts to promote the instrument as inherent to Tuareg culture.Created by: Ninjaivery hard 27% balafonbalafon87dunundunun177imzadimzad140vuvuzelavuvuzela102Africa riddles » Which of the following is not a brass instrument?Saxophone. Although saxophones are usually made with brass, they are actually woodwind instruments. It produces sound by focusing air into a mouthpiece which then causes a wooden reed to vibrate.Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykhard 48% SaxophoneSaxophone7216French hornFrench horn2761SaxhornSaxhorn2097CornetCornet2679music riddles » How is this guitar model called? (one of the most popular guitar models in the world)Gibson Les Paul. The Les Paul was designed in 1995 by Ted McCarty who later enlisted popular guitarist Les Paul to endorse the new model. Along with Fender's Telecaster and Stratocaster, the Les Paul was one of the first mass-produced electric solid-body guitars. Created by: Bettyhard 56% Fender TelecasterFender Telecaster2582Ibanez JamIbanez Jam1426Gibson Les PaulGibson Les Paul9172Rickenbacker 300 Rickenbacker 300 2948rock riddles » What material are church bells made of?Bronze. The traditional metal for church bells is a bronze of about 23% tin. Steel was tried during the busy church-building period of mid-19th-century England, for its economy over bronze, but was found not to be durable.Created by: globalquiz.orgeasy 71% cast ironcast iron878coppercopper1435bronzebronze6489ceramicsceramics237alloys riddles » Play musical instruments quiz and see all the questions.