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The main instrument in ancient Chinese culture. It is a stringed instrument entirely unlike any other of which we have accounts, saving the Japanese ko-ko, which was most likely derived from it. The ke is strung with fifty strings of silk.


W. S. B. Mathews, A Popular History of the Art of Music (Chicago: The "Music" Magazine Publishing Co., 1894) 74


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