Video: Top 10 weirdest musical instruments from around the world

Explore the unique sounds and designs of these unconventional musical instruments that are played in different parts of the world.

1. The Yaybahar

The Yaybahar

A Turkish instrument that combines a stringed instrument with percussion to create otherworldly sounds.

2. The Theremin

The Theremin

One of the earliest electronic instruments, the theremin is played by waving your hands over two antennas to create eerie, otherworldly sounds.

3. The Hang

The Hang

A Swiss instrument that looks like a UFO and sounds like a cross between a steel drum and a harp.

4. The Ondes Martenot

The Ondes Martenot

A French electronic instrument that uses a keyboard and a ribbon to create haunting, ethereal sounds.

5. The Sho

The Sho

A Japanese mouth organ that produces a sound similar to a harmonica, but with a more nasal quality.

6. The Waterphone

The Waterphone

An American instrument made of metal rods and bowls that is played with a bow and creates eerie, haunting sounds.

7. The Nyckelharpa

The Nyckelharpa

A Swedish instrument that looks like a cross between a violin and a hurdy-gurdy and produces a sound somewhere between the two.

8. The Didgeridoo

The Didgeridoo

An Australian instrument made from a hollowed out log that produces a low, droning sound.

9. The Dan Bau

The Dan Bau

A Vietnamese instrument that looks like a long, thin bamboo stick and produces a sound similar to a slide guitar.

10. The Glass Armonica

The Glass Armonica

An instrument invented by Benjamin Franklin that uses spinning glass bowls to create a sound similar to a bell or a crystal glass.