Based on the classification, musical instruments that exist in the world can dikasifikasikan into three parts, which are: based on how to play a musical instrument, based on the source of the sound of musical instruments, and based on the function of musical instruments.
Based On How to Play a Musical Instrument
Wind instruments, namely musical instruments memainkanya way by blowing the instrument, examples of this instrument include: harmonica, recorder, tuba, flute, flute, Bason, horn, trumpet, pianika, saxophone, clarinet and others.
Stringed instrument, the instrument that means memainkanya by swiping the instrument, examples of this instrument are: violin, fiddle, cello, violin, contra bass, viola and others
Stringed instruments, namely how to play a musical instrument with me-picking the instrument, examples of which this musi instruments: guitar, bass, mandolin, harp, zither, banjo, sasando, ukulele, and others.
Musical instruments press, ie how to play a musical instrument by tapping the instrument, examples of which this musi instruments: piano, organ, keyboard and others.
Percussion instruments, namely how to play musical instruments by hitting the instrument.
Percussion instruments are of two kinds:
Percussion instruments which have a tone, for example: Kulintang, gamelan, calung, vibraphone, arumba, xylophone, bellira, glockenspiel and others.
Percussion instruments have no tone, for example: drums, ketipung, tambourine, tambourine, symbal, tympani, triangle, castanets, gong, pauken, drum sets and others.
Based On Sound Source Musical Instruments
Based on the resulting sound sources, musical instruments can be classified into five.
Aerophone, namely musical instruments where the sound source is derived from air vibrating by blowing or pumped. Example: flute, flute, recorder, tuba, melodeon, clarinet, and horn saksophone the way to play it is blown. Accordions with pumped.
Idiophone, namely musical instruments where the sound source is derived from metal bars or wooden beaten or the source of the sound coming from the tool itself. Example: bellira, calung, angklung, kulintang, gamelan.
Elektrophone, namely musical instruments where the source of the sound comes from electronic circuit contained in the device. Current technological developments make this tool can mengeluarkankan sound of berbgai kinds of musical instruments. Example keyboard. Electric organ, electric guitar, electric bass and others.
Membranophone, namely musical instruments where the sound source is sourced on a vibration in a thin membrane made of leather or plastic which reads by being hit. Example: tambourine, tambourine, drum, drum set, ketipung, bongo, Konga, tympani and others.
Chordophone, namely musical instruments where the sound source is derived from a series of strings that vibrate by plucking, swiped or suppressed.
In quotes: guitar, harp mandolin, ukulele, banjo, zither, lute bass and others.
At swipe: violin, viola, cello, double bass, fiddle
On tap: an acoustic piano
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