“Musical Instruments—Near and Far,” Friend, Aug. 1977, 14
Place the letter designating a musical instrument inside the bracket that best fits its description.
[ ] 1. A reed instrument of the accordion family invented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in England.
[ ] 2. Dried gourds with seeds for rattles from Latin America.
[ ] 3. Popular strumming instrument in the United States, originally from Africa.
[ ] 4. Clay wind instrument from Egypt and China used at Italian carnivals.
[ ] 5. French hand-cranked barrel organ.
[ ] 6. Russian stringed instrument with a triangular shape that is plucked.
[ ] 7. Kilts should properly be worn when playing this Scottish instrument.
[ ] 8. Small Turkish drum with loose metal discs set in its rim.
[ ] 9. Steel bars on a lyre-shaped frame that Germans strike with mallets.
[ ] 10. Ebony wood clappers used by Spanish dancers.
[ ] 11. Three-stringed Japanese instrument resembling a banjo.
[ ] 12. Percussion instrument with wooden keys struck with mallets, probably from East Africa originally.
[ ] 13. Long-necked lute from India that usually has seven strings.
[ ] 14. Four-stringed instrument popular in Hawaii, but derived from a Portuguese fiddle.
[ ] 15. Large American shoulder tuba, invented by the “March King.”
[ ] 16. “Squeeze” piano from Vienna.