(from the article `erhu`) ...or nanhu. A larger, lower-pitched version of the erhu is called zhonghu. All three sizes are valuable members of the orchestra. jinghu, huqin....(vertical flute), and sheng (mouth organ), all very common Chinese instruments. Additional instruments, such as zhonghu (a larger relative of the ... [2 related ar...
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The zhonghu (中胡, pinyin: zhōnghú) is a low-pitched Chinese bowed string instrument. Together with the erhu and gaohu, it is a member of the huqin family, and was developed in the 20th century as the alto member of the huqin family (similar to how the European viola is used in traditional Chinese orchestras). The zhonghu is analogous with the...
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