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  1. HORNBOSTEL • & • SACHS • CLASSIFICATION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

  2. HOW TO IDENTIFY AN INSTRUMENT’S CLASSIFICATION? It is a system of musical instrument classification devised by Erich Moritz von Hornbostel and Curt Sachs which is the most widely used system for classifying musical instruments - Know the source of the sound or the part that vibrates to produce the sound . by ethnomusicologists and organologists (people who study musical instruments).

  3. 1. Idiophones 2. chordophones Four main Classifications: 3. aerophones 4. membranophones

  4. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 1. Idiophones Four main Classifications: Clave

  5. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 1. Idiophones Four main Classifications: Maracas

  6. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 1. Idiophones Four main Classifications: Guiro

  7. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 1. Idiophones Four main Classifications: Glockenspiel

  8. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 1. Idiophones Four main Classifications: Mbira

  9. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 1. Idiophones actual body of the instrument vibrating, Four main Classifications: - sound is primarily produced by the rather than a string, membrane, or column of air. In essence, this group includes all percussion instruments apart from drums, as well as some other instruments.

  10. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 2.chordophones Four main Classifications: Guitar

  11. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 2.chordophones Harp Four main Classifications:

  12. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 2.chordophones Four main Classifications: Erhu

  13. 2.chordophones Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? Four main Classifications: Violin

  14. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 2.chordophones Four main Classifications: Gayageum

  15. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 2.chordophones Four main Classifications: Valiha

  16. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 2.chordophones Four main Classifications: Inanga

  17. 2. CHORDophones Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? Four main Classifications: - sound is primarily produced by the vibration of a string or strings. This group includes all instruments generally called string instruments in the west, as well as many (but not all) keyboard instruments, such as pianos and harpsichords.

  18. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 3.aerophones Four main Classifications: Trumpet

  19. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 3.aerophones Four main Classifications: Shakuhachi

  20. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 3.aerophones Four main Classifications: Ocarina

  21. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 3.aerophones Four main Classifications: Tongali

  22. Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? 3.aerophones Oboe Four main Classifications:

  23. 3. AEROPHONES Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? Four main Classifications: - sound is primarily produced by the vibrating air. The instrument itself does not vibrate, and there are no vibrating strings or membrane.

  24. 3.MEMBRANOPHONES Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? Four main Classifications: Bodhran

  25. 3.MEMBRANOPHONES Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? Four main Classifications: Tabla

  26. 3.MEMBRANOPHONES Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? Four main Classifications: Darbuka

  27. 3.MEMBRANOPHONES Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? Four main Classifications: Dabakan

  28. 4. MEMBRANOPHONES Which part of the instrument vibrates to produce sound? Four main Classifications: - sound is primarily produced by the vibration of tightly stretched membrane. This group includes all drums covered with animal skin.

  29. SUMMARY CLASSIFICATION • SOURCE OF SOUND • Idiophone • Actual body of the instrument is vibrating Chordophone Vibrating string or strings • Aerophone • Vibrating column of air Membranophone Vibration of a tightly stretched membrane or skin