The saenghwang is a Korean wind instrument. It is a free reed mouth organ derived from (and quite similar to) the Chinese sheng, though its tuning is different. It is constructed from 17 bamboo pipes, each with a metal free reed, mounted vertically in a windchest. Traditionally the saenghwang`s windchest was made out of a dried gourd but nowadays....
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(from the article `sheng`) ...instruments were derived from the sheng, including the Japanese sh and the Korean saenghwang. The Chinese instrument plays melodies with ...
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