The Philippines has its own history of musical instruments that dates back to precolonial era. Early Filipinos played different kinds of musical instruments, each for a unique purpose like marriage, courtship, or harvest.
Here is a list of past and present Philippine musical instruments, with photos.
Saxophone (single-reed pipe)
Bandurria and Laud
Paldong and Gangsa
Gandang and Libbit
Litlit (bowed lute)
Tongali (nose flute) and Paldong (notched flute)
Sludoy and Taw-go
T’nonggong (Double-headed cylindrical drum)
Agung (knobbed gong)
Bangibang (percussion bar)
Which indigenous Filipino musical instruments do you already know?