A two-stringed vertical fiddle used as a leading instrument in Cantonese music.
Etymology: From 高胡
The gaohu is a Chinese bowed string instrument developed from the erhu in the 1920s by the musician and composer Lü Wencheng and used in Cantonese music and Cantonese opera. It belongs to the huqin family of instruments, together with the zhonghu, erhu, banhu, jinghu, and sihu; its name means "high-pitched huqin". It is the leading instrument of Cantonese music and opera ensembles. Well known pieces for the gaohu include Bu Bu Gao and Ping Hu Qiu Yue.
The numerical value of gaohu in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of gaohu in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7