List of National Musical Instruments

Afghanistan (rubabrabab)
African American (banjo)
Arab (oud )
Argentina (bandoneón)
Argentina (guitar)
Armenia (dudukdaduk)
Australian, Indigenous (didgeridoodidjeridu, yidaki, yiraki, magu, kanbi, ihambilbilg)
Azerbaijan (balaban)
Baganda peoples of Uganda (endongo)
Balochs (suroz)
Bangladesh (dotara)
Bashkir (kurai)
Basotho (lesiba)
Bavaria (zitherVolkszither)
Bhutan (dranyendranyen, dramnyen)
Bolivia (charango charanga)
Brazil (guitarviolão)
Brazil (berimbau)
Brazil (pandeiro )
Bulgaria (gaida)
China (guzheng zheng, gu-zheng)
China (pipa)
China (yangqinyang ch'in, yang qin)
Colombia (cuatro)
Colombia (tiple)
Costa Rica (marimba)
Crete (lyra)
Croatia (tamburicatamburitza)
Cuba (tres)
Dagara peoples of Ghana (gyil)
Ecuador (rondador )
Egypt, Ancient (harp )
Egypt, Ancient (sistrum )
England (bell)
Etruria (kithara)
Finland (kantelekannel)
Finland, especially Swedish-speaking Finns (violin )
Fula (tambin sereendu, fulannu)
Galicia (gaitagaita de fole, gaita gallega)
Greece, Ancient (aulosauloi)
Greece, Ancient (lyre)
Greece, Modern (bouzouki)
Guatemala (marimba)
Hawaii (ukulele)
Hungary (cimbalomczimbalom, cymbalom, cymbalum, ţambal, tsymbaly, tsimbl, santouri, santur)
India (veenavina)
Indonesia (angklung)
Iran (santur)
Ireland (clárseachcláirsach (Scottish), cruit)
Israel (kinnorDavid's harp)
Italy (mandolin)
Japan (koto)
Jewish (shofar)
Kazakhstan (dombra)
Kenya (nyatiti)
Khoikhoi (goura)
Korea (gayageumkayagum, kayago)
Kyrgyzstan (komuzkopuz)
Lanna (Northern Thailand) (pin pia)
Laos (khenekhaen)
Latvia and Latvian-Americans (kokle)
Lebanon (darbukadebakeh)
Lithuania (birbyne)
Lithuania (kanklės)
Lobi peoples of Ghana (gyil)
Madagascar (valiha)
Mandinka of West Africa (balobehlanjeh)
Maroons of Jamaica (abeng)
Mexico (marimba)
Mongolia (morin khuurhorse-head fiddle, igil)
Montenegro (gusle)
Myanmar (saung-gauk saung, Burmese harp)
Nepal (madal)
Netherlands (fiddle)
Nicaragua (marimba)
Norway (HardingfeleHardanger fiddle)
Norway (langeleik)
Paraguay (harp, Paraguayan)
Peru (cajón)
Peru (charango charanga, chillador)
Philippines (banduria)
Polynesia (nose flute )
Portugal (Portuguese guitar)
Puerto Rico (cuatro)
Rome, Ancient (tibiae)
Russia (accordion)
Russia (balalaika)
Russia (gusli)
Russia (spoons)
Ryukyus of Japan (sanshin)
Sakha (khomus)
Sardinia (launeddas)
Scotland (bagpipe, highland)
Serbia (accordion )
Serbia (frula )
Serbia (gusle)
Slovakia (fujara )
Slovenia (accordion )
Spain (guitar)
Sweden (drejelire)
Sweden (nyckelharpa)
Swedish Estonia (talharpa )
Switzerland (alphorn)
Texas (accordion)
Trinidad and Tobago (steelpan)
Turkey (sazbağlama, kopuz)
Turkmenistan (dutar)
Tuva (igilHorse-head fiddle)
Tuva (khomus)
Tuva (morin khuurHorse-head fiddle)
Ukraine (bandura)
Uzbekistan (doira)
Uzbekistan (karnay)
Venezuela (cuatro)
Venezuela (harp, Venezuelan)
Wales (crwth)
Wales (harp, tripletelyn)
Yugoslavia (gusle)
Zimbabwe (mbirathumb piano)