The Korean instrument is the only one of the three that is no longer widely used.
In more recent times, many pipa players, especially the younger ones, no longer identify themselves with any specific school.
He was thus questioned about it, and he replied: "In the Western Region, my father was praised for his knowledge of music.
The center seating location is only the safest if you can use it correctly every time the child is in the vehicle.
Several related instruments are derived from the pipa, including the and in , and the in.
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It has however been suggested that the long plectrum depicted in ancient paintings may have been used as a friction stick like a bow.
Since the revolutions in Chinese instrument-making during the 20th century, the softer twisted silk strings of earlier times have been exchanged for nylon-wound steel strings, which are far too strong for human fingernails, so false nails are now used, constructed of plastic or tortoise-shell, and affixed to the fingertips with the player's choice of elastic tape.
The was used for a time afterwards in the imperial court due to Sujiva's influence until it was later abandoned.
Another Han Dynasty text, , also indicates that, at that time, pipa was a recent arrival, although later 3rd-century texts from the suggest that pipa existed in China as early as the 221—206 BC.
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