National musical instruments are divided into four categories: body-sounding instruments, film-sounding instruments, gas-sounding instruments, and string-sounding instruments. Chinese national musical instruments have a long history and have a long history. Only from the unearthed cultural relics can be confirmed: in the pre-Qin period, there are a variety of musical instruments. Such as the Neolithic culture
The bone whistle unearthed from Hemudu, Zhejiang, Jiahu bone flute in Wuyang County, Henan Province (the earliest flute is about 8,000 years ago), the plaque unearthed in Banpo Village, Xi'an, Yangshao Cultural Relic, the sarcophagus and wood rafts unearthed in the Yin Ruins of Anyang, Henan. Leather drum; bells, braids, hanging drums, drums, gongs, drums, cymbals, cymbals, cymbals, etc. unearthed from the tomb of Zenghou Yi in the county of Hubei Province (buried in 433 BC).