World musical instruments : valiha / veena / vibraphone / vibraslap / viola di bordone
YATGA The yatug (Mongolian: ᠶᠠᠲᠤᠭᠠ yatug-a, Khalkha dialect: ятга yatga; pronounced [ˈjɑtəq]; Chinese: 雅托葛) is a traditional Mongolian plucked zither, related to the Chinese guzheng. Tuning bridge of a Mongolian Yatga Yatga may vary widely in size, tuning, and number of bridges and strings; The body is a long wooden box, one end of which is angled downward. The performer plucks the strings with the fingernails of the right hand; the left hand is used to put pressure on…
Setar is one of the Iranian plectrum-type string instruments, which is plucked by the playerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s forefingerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s nail. Setar or Setouyeh is a three-cord instrument, which was converted into a four-cord instrument under the reign of the Qajars. It is, in general, an ancient and gnostic instrument usually played at the gathering of dervishes.