The banhu (板胡, pinyin: bǎnhú) is a Chinese traditional bowed string instrument in the huqin family of instruments. It is used primarily in northern China. Ban means a piece of wood and hu is short for huqin. Like the more familiar erhu and gaohu, the banhu has two strings, is held vertically, and the bow hair passes in between the two string...
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bowed Chinese fiddle, a type of huqin (Chinese: `foreign stringed instrument`). The instrument traditionally has two strings stretched over a small ...
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