Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments

Hello readers. People have used musical instruments throughout their history. At first it could have been a stick knocking on a piece of ringing wood, but as time went on and musical instruments improved, becoming more and more complex. Today I will tell you about the five most complex non-electric musical instruments.

5th place: Oboe.

A wind musical instrument with amazing sounding, but high complexity of production. It looks like a tapered tube with valves. The first such instruments were produced before our era. They had no valves and were made from reed or bamboo. Later, the oboe still had valves to create different sounds, but this reduced the reliability of the instrument. Nowadays, the main oboe tube is made of carbon fiber mixed with ebony. Instruments like these can last for decades without losing excellent sound quality.

Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments Oboe
Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments Oboe

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4th place: French horn.

This intricate and very strange looking instrument is derived from a common hunting signal horn. Initially, French horns were made without valves, their scale was small and they were called natural horns. Mastering this instrument is relatively easy for a wind instrument, as it does not require a lot of air. You can play both open sounds (a normal game) and closed ones (the bell is covered with a hand).

Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments French horn
Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments French horn

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3rd place: Sitar.

It is a multi-stringed instrument with seven main strings and thirteen resonating strings. It was created in India on the basis of the Tajik setor. The neck of the sitar is hollow, the frets on it are metal arched. This instrument is played with a special pick, which is worn on the thumb. He is called a mizrab.

Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments Sitar
Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments Sitar

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  • Name: Mafakheri Setar.It comes with: an extra string of Setar, a metal pick,Kharak, fret,Metro tuner,a CD for learning to play Setar and twist string
  • Weight about 350 gr
  • Bowl length: 25cm
  • Bowl width: 15cm
  • Neck size:60 cm

2nd place: Accordion.

This technically complex musical instrument consists of two parts connected by bellows. The keyboard on the left plays the accompaniment, and the melody on the right. When you press a key on the left side, a bass note or an entire chord sounds. The keyboard on the right side corresponds to the piano. The work of the accordion is based on passing air along the reeds hidden in the deck, in one direction or the other, depending on the compression and release of the fur.

Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments Accordion
Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments Accordion

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1st place: Organ.

It is the largest musical instrument and also the most complex. Oddly enough, it is a rather ancient invention, since the first mentions of it are in the documents of ancient Greece. Later, it was modified, acquiring the form it has now. Learning to play the organ is almost an impossible task, since it has several rows of keys, in addition to those that must be pressed with your feet.

Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments Organ
Top 5 most technically challenging musical instruments Organ

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