Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments describes a Qing (ch’ing) as a ‘Bowl-shaped idiophone of the Han Chinese’ that rests on a cushion and is struck with padded beater. This example is made of ?beaten bronze; the associated beater has a small strip of felt glued to the circumference of its head.
Royal College of Music Museum
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- Measurements:Diameter: 272mm. Beater length: 335mm.
- View the original record:http://museumcollections.rcm.ac.uk/collection/Details/collect/1308