|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Materials||Wood | Wire|
|Inscription Language||Chinese Language | Chinese Language|
Yangqin (Chinese: 揚琴). Zither or dulcimer played by two bamboo strips. For household use. Roughly trapezoidal in shape with rounded corners and irregular sides. With lid, painted black with gold designs and pictures. Lid shows "the Eight Immortals" in front of a low fence and plants. Sound board of light wood with red paper having Chinese characters. Two round sound holes. Bridge on each end of the sound board, metal pegs on each side to hold forty wire strings, small drawer in front of body.
|Credit Line||Gift of Mrs. Sarah (William D.) Frishmuth, 1900|
|Other Number||C-141 - Seder Number|
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