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date: 19 November 2019

Khim [khimm]locked

  • Terry E. Miller



(1) Hammered dulcimer of Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand. It has a trapezoidal soundbox with two bridges and typically 14 wire trichords struck with two flexible bamboo beaters. It derives from the Chinese yang qin, especially that of the Chaozhou (or Teochiu) people of Guangdong province. The original was used in Chinese opera, then adapted for Cambodian ...

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