1. Harp: a musical instrument that has strings stretched across a large open frame and that is played with your fingers.
2. Synthesizer: an electronic machine that produces and controls sound and is used especially in music and for reproducing speech.
3. Accordion: a musical instrument that is shaped like a box and that is held in your hands and played by pulling its sides apart and then pushing them together while pressing buttons and keys.
4. French Horn: a brass musical instrument that has a long tube which forms a circle and has a wide opening at one end.
5. Harmonica: a small musical instrument that is played with your mouth.
6. Bongo drums: one of a pair of small connected drums of different sizes and pitches played with the hands.
7. Drums: a musical instrument usually consisting of a metal or wooden round frame with flat ends covered by tightly stretched skin.
8. Flute: a musical instrument that is shaped like a thin pipe and that is played by blowing across a hole near one end
9. Piano: a large musical instrument with a keyboard that you play by pressing black and white keys and that produces sound when small hammers inside the piano hit steel wires.
10. Tambourine: a small musical instrument that is held in one hand and played by shaking or hitting it with the other hand.
11. Sitar: a large, long - necked Indian lute with movable frets, played with a wire pick.
12. Trumpet: a brass musical instrument that you blow into that has three buttons which you press to play different notes.
13. Electric Guitar: a guitar whose tone is magnified electrically by a microphone or pickup device that is built into the instrument or attached externally, by an audio - frequency amplifier, and by a loudspeaker, the volume and resonance being controlled by the player.
14. Violin: a musical instrument that has four strings and that you usually hold against your shoulder under your chin and play with a bow.
15. Saxophone: a musical instrument that has a curved metal tube and that is played by blowing into a mouthpiece and pressing keys with your fingers.
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