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It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Çeng. (Discuss) Proposed since January 2009. Chang (instrument) A Sassanid era mosaic excavated at Bishapur Classification string instrument Related instruments Çeng Konghou Harp Chang (instrument) Taq-e Bostan carving, Women playing Chang (instrument) while the king is standing in a boat holding his bow and arrows, from 6th century Sassanid Iran. The chang (Persian: چنگ , pronounced [tʃæŋ]) is an Iranian harp. It was very popular and used widely during the times of ancient Persia, especially during the Sassanid Dynasty where it was often played in the shahs' court. v · d · eIranian musical instruments Stringed (Sāzhāy-e Zehī) Bowed Ghazhak · Kamāncheh · Sorāhi Plucked Barbat · Chang · Dotār · Qānūn · Robāb · Sallāneh · Sāz · Setār · Tanbūr · Tār · Ūd · Shurangiz · Shahrud · Rud Struck Santur Woodwind (Sāzhāy-e Bādī) Exposed Sornā · Zurna · Karnay · Shehnai · Narmeh-ney · Dozaleh · Ney anban End-blown Haft Band · Nāy (Ney) · Sheypur · Zurna Percussion (Sāzhāy-e  Kūbeheyī/Zarbī) Auxiliary Darāy · Daf · Dohol · Dāvūl · Dāyereh Zangī · Naqāreh · Tonbak (Dombak) · Kūs · Sanj · Dammam · Zarbang Udu Persian traditional music This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2007) This article relating to string instruments is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e