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  • Hey guys!

  • Welcome to a unique episode of TwoSet Violin.

  • You might be wondering

  • what's up with this interesting setup,

  • and why we're separated.

  • *Sobs*

  • I went to hospital.

  • But don't worry. I'm fine.

  • But due to the circumstance,

  • I have to take the precautionary measures and stay home.

  • So!

  • Anyway.

  • Today, we have a very new and unique game.

  • The point is to challenge ourselves

  • to recreate the sound...

  • of different folk or world ethnic instruments

  • on the violin.

  • We both have a list.

  • Each list will have

  • world instruments that our friend prepared.

  • And we have to create those sounds,

  • and the other person has to guess what instrument it is.

  • One point to guess the name of the instrument.

  • One point to guess where it's from.

  • And the name of this game is called...

  • "Guess the World Instrument"

  • No.

  • Not... not! Not!

  • Let's give ourselves like...

  • 7 minutes?

  • Yup, so it's probably not gonna sound like the actual instrument.

  • We got the violin. We'll see what we can do.

  • Oh, okay, okay, uh...

  • The bagpipe!

  • Yeah!

  • Where is it from?

  • Scotland?

  • Yeah. Ireland and Scotland, it says.

  • Oh, the erhu!

  • - Ah... Yeah! - Yeah!

  • Where is it from?

  • China!

  • Nice, nice.

  • Ooh...

  • Some... oh...

  • The pipa!

  • The mandolin!

  • Yeah!

  • How did you get that?

  • - Alright, where is it from? - I see-

  • Mm... I'm guessing...

  • Spain?

  • I think it's 'cause I played a Spanish piece.

  • But it's actually Italy.

  • Oh, dammit!

  • Oh, what the...

  • I'm screwed.

  • Bro, I actually have no idea what this is.

  • A fishing rod?

  • Yeah, it looks like one basically.

  • Nah, pass it.

  • At least let me get the country.

  • I'm gonna get roasted. I'm so sorry, guys!

  • Mexico.

  • B?

  • Ah! I know!

  • What's that again?

  • Nah, no time. Skip.

  • It's Brazilian.

  • Oh my god!

  • And it's called Berimbau.

  • What does it sound like?

  • Oh! The um...

  • - Accordion! - Yeah!

  • HOW DID YOU GET THAT??!!

  • I just heard a cluster of chords.

  • I can imagine that...

  • Where is it from?

  • Actually, it doesn't even say. So just guess.

  • I don't know. UK.

  • Ooh, okay, okay, um...

  • Um...

  • The guzheng?

  • Yeah, but except...

  • The Japanese guzheng?

  • Yeah, what's it called?

  • Ah, I don't know. Fa...

  • How do you say "thing" in Japanese?

  • Mono.

  • Ugh, the other thing.

  • Ko...

  • - What's that? - Ko...

  • Doko, domo.

  • - Say that again! - Koko.

  • Yeah, koto. Yeah, it's a koto.

  • Oh dude, this is so hard!

  • Chinese flute.

  • The bamboo flute.

  • Dude, what is that?

  • What am I playing, bro? It's not Chinese.

  • Japanese flute.

  • Yeah.

  • Alright, you got Japanese. What's it called?

  • The fodo. Doko. Dodo.

  • - I wouldn't know. It's called shakuhachi. - Koto.

  • Dude, no way!

  • Oh!

  • The Indian...

  • The Indian flute.

  • Indian... The Indian...

  • bass.

  • Wait, what rhymes with-

  • What's this?

  • Guitar.

  • Yeah. What rhymes with...

  • But...

  • It rhymes with...

  • Kitar.

  • But Indian.

  • It's a sitar.

  • Oh my god...

  • Ooh...

  • Okay, I don't think you'll get this one, but...

  • Time's up.

  • Are you ready?

  • Yeah.

  • Wait, wait, wait!

  • AHH!!

  • Running?

  • Oh, drums!

  • Uh...

  • Taiko drum!

  • Yeah!!

  • Nice.

  • There's not even violin involved. This is so dumb.

  • Harp.

  • It's, it's... yeah.

  • Uh... what other types of harps are there?

  • Angel?

  • Angel harp?

  • Bird harp?

  • What is it? I don't know.

  • Lyr- Lyre. Lyre.

  • Nah, I wouldn't have known.

  • Where is that from? England?

  • Ancient Greece.

  • England!

  • Close enough.

  • Dude, I don't even know what this is!

  • Skip it.

  • What was it?

  • It was a... castanets.

  • Oh, castanets!

  • Oh!

  • Bongo. Conga.

  • No.

  • No?

  • Gamelan.

  • Yeah. Ha ha ha!

  • Indonesia.

  • Nice!

  • Oh, this one is good.

  • Guzheng!

  • Yeah.

  • China?

  • Yes. Next one.

  • What the hell?

  • Okay, okay, you ready?

  • Uh... Russian?

  • A Russian guitar?

  • Vod-guitar?

  • - Vodka? I don't know. - Nah!

  • Skip. It's called Balalaika.

  • Oh...

  • I've heard of that word before. I didn't know-

  • I didn't know it was a Russian guitar though.

  • DUDE, WHAT IS THIS?!

  • Dude, I don't even know how to play this thing!

  • It looks like this.

  • Oh, hurdy-gurdy!

  • Yeah!!

  • Yeah, once you did that, yeah.

  • Oh, you can shake it.

  • Oh, a tambourine.

  • Yeah!

  • Where is it from?

  • Guess.

  • Uh...

  • Uh-oh.

  • South America.

  • No, it says Persian, Turkish, Greek, Italian here.

  • Oh!

  • Viola.

  • Oh, didgeridoo! Didgeridoo!

  • Yeah!

  • That's obviously from...

  • Pan flute.

  • Yeah. Nice.

  • It's the only folk flute that I know.

  • - Oh, you're holding it like this as well, like, sideways. - Yeah.

  • Not like that.

  • OH OH OH OH OH!! Ready?

  • Tambourine?

  • What is this piece called?

  • Tambourin Chinois!

  • Huh?!

  • It's called Tambourin Chinois.

  • - No...! - That's the piece!

  • Oh, no! Banjo and Fiddle!

  • - Yeah! - Banjo!

  • - Oh, I got them mixed up. - Yeah, banjo.

  • Where is it from?

  • Ah, It's f- it should be... tsk!

  • I can't act this out.

  • Tsk!

  • Nah. It's North America.

  • Uh... It's like this. It's like this.

  • Fiddle.

  • F***! Time's up.

  • What is it?

  • It's a... gayageum.

  • I'm saying it so wrong, but it's Korean.

  • Were you trying to play BTS or something?

  • Yeah, I was trying to play BT- ha ha ha...!

  • Hope you guys learnt something today.

  • We definitely learnt a lot.

  • It's always fun as a classical musician to...

  • see the huge diverse world out there

  • with their own instruments.

  • Guys, hope you enjoyed it.

  • Once again, please like and subscribe.

  • And we'll see you guys next time.

Hey guys!

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    李芷凝 posted on 2020/04/21
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