The difficulty lies with the nearly impossible breathing technique you use when playing this instrument, the user has to learn the appropriate circular breathing technique where they have to breathe through the nose and breathe out through the mouth so as to blow air into the Didgeridoo so as to produce music. If not done right, the noise can be annoying.

10. AccordionsAccordions

The Accordion also knew as squeezebox (in colloquial usage) is a well-known musical instrument in the world. The Accordion belongs to a family of box-shaped musical instruments that are bellows-driven. This instrument is particularly hard to learn and play.

An accordionist plays this instrument by expanding or compressing the bellows while pressing the keys. Though it considerably a hard instrument to play, Accordions are in great demand in various cultural programmers for their harmonic sound. In addition, this musical instrument is used in some countries like Europe in Folk Music while in some other countries it is used as a solo instrument.

9. DrumsDrums

The drum has been around for a very long time, in fact, it is one of the oldest musical instruments in the world today. The drum belongs to the percussion group. The drum has a basic design that has to remain unchanged in all its years.

Drums in such a way that they have an at least one membrane that is referred to as the drum skin or the drumhead which is stretched over a shell and struck when playing to produce a sound. Drums require being played by one person while others require a set of two or more drummers such as the Timpani or the bongo drums.

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