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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22501: Musical instruments
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    Musical instruments

           Music existed before words and is in a continual state of evolution. It's found in every culture past and present.


    Egyptian harp   Hindu tradition


                 medieval 'vielle'   Australian didgeridoo


       African djembe







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    1. Played at least for over 1 500 years the are today as popular as they have ever been in history.

    2. The can be played with one hand while riding a horse and chasing game.

    3. The original instrument is the 'mandore' (mandora is almond in Italian, describing the body shape),the is often played with a plectrum.

    4. Played especially in the 17th and 18th centuries the has been supplanted by the piano.

    5. The are very popular in Peruvian traditionnal groups.

    6. The is used especially in the Alps for calling cattle home. It's also played as a musical instrument.

    7. Ringo Starr,well-known as a musician of the Beatles plays the .

    8. The is a splendid and wonderful instrument, its principal purpose is to play in religious services.

    9. This is Big Ben, a 13-ton known world wide. It is in Saint Stephens Tower at the northern end of the Houses of Parliament.

    10. A mechanical instrument which could be seen in the streets in the early 20th century.

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