Khim

Similar to the Hammered Dulcimer, the Khim was introduced to Thailand from China (see Yang Qin), and has been adapted somewhat to accommodate local music styles, Also known in Cambodia by the same name.
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Khim

The khim (แžƒแžนแž˜; Khum) is a hammered dulcimer from Cambodia. It is made of wood and trapezoidal in shape, with brass strings that are laid across the instrument. There are 14 groups of strings on the khim, and each group has 3 strings. Overall, the khim has a total of 42 strings. It is played with two flexible bamboo sticks with soft leather a...
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KHIM

KHIM (97.7 FM) is a radio station licensed to Mangum, Oklahoma. The station broadcasts a classic hits format and is owned by Fuchs Radio, LLC. ==Previous Logo== ...
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