Pipes were chosen to create many scales of sound known in Greece. Those found are about 1. Also, there were various rattles, bells and tambourines. The Roman lute had three strings and was not as popular as the lyre or the kithara, but was easier to play.
The askaules — a bagpipe. Sources J. The pantomimus was an early form of ballet that combined dancing, music and the equivalent of an opera singer. The cornu Latin "horn" was a long tubular metal wind instrument that curved around the musician's body, shaped rather like an uppercase G. It was used at various events and spectacles and wealthy people also owned and played such instruments in their homes.