Bawu (pinyin: bā wū), alias Bawu, Gebi, Bai, Bilu, Ule, is a bamboo-winded and copper-reed musical instrument, popular among the Yi, Miao, Hani and other ethnic groups in Yunnan.


  • type:Bamboo Wind and Brass Reed Musical Instrument
  • nickname:Bawu, Gobi, Bai, Biru, Ul
  • Pinyin:bā wū
  • nationality:Yi, Hani, Dai, Wa, Blang, Miao and other ethnic groups
In recent decades, with the continuous reformation of professional workers, the timbre of Bawu has remained unchanged, the range of sound has been expanded, and the volume has been increased, making it suitable for playing broad and lyrical tones. It can also act as a bridge between the treble and bass instruments when playing in ensembles.
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There are different legends about the origin of Bau.
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Bian Ge is a young Chinese flute player, flute and flute teacher, and music creator. He is good at flute, xiao, xun, ocarina, cucurbit flute, bawu and other wind instruments.
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Ding Xiaokui is a young wind musician of the Central Chinese Orchestra.
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Ma Yicheng, male, born in the 1990s, born in Kunming, graduated from Huaqiao University School of Music and Dance with a major in Musicology. He is currently a member of the Yunnan Musicians Association Hulusiba Wu Society and a member of the Fujian Province Hulusiba Wu Professional Committee.
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Ma Yuxian, music producer and instrument teacher. Member of the Chinese Sheng Society, Vice President of the Hulusibawu Professional Committee of the Art Education Committee of the Shandong Provincial Department of Education, and senior instructor of the Hulusibawu Professional Committee of the Art Education Committee of the Shandong Provincial Department of Education.
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Luo Wenjun, who walked out of Guizhou and went to the world with a Konoha, is now a national first-class actor and a famous Konoha performer in the Guizhou Provincial National Song and Dance Troupe.
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Among the many ethnic wind instruments, hulusi and Bawu are the most distinctive ethnic instruments in Yunnan Province. They are melodious and easy to use, and are welcomed by music lovers. For beginners, whether they should learn fenugreek or Bawu first needs to be comprehensively considered according to the characteristics, playing skills and personal interests of the two instruments.
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"Raising the spirit of the times, showing youthful demeanor, and setting sail for the dream". On June 27th, the 2nd Tongliang District Children's Talent Competition of "Like Youth" ushered in the finals. 40 children from primary and secondary schools in Tongliang District entered the final PK link of this Longxiang Youth Talent Show.
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In order to fully implement the party's educational policy on the all-round development of morality, intelligence, physique, beauty, labor, improve students' artistic literacy, promote students to improve their personality, and learn art. From June 13th to 17th, 2022, Tiantai Primary School held a competition with Meibau. In this competition, the participants are all students from grades one to five, and the competition is carried out by class.
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In the performance of national wind music, tonality is the most commonly used and common technique, and the performance of cucurbit flute and bawu, without exception, borrows tonality performance techniques and techniques to express music.
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Portamento is a technique commonly used in the performance of Hulusi and Bawu. It is mostly used in beautiful, lyrical, witty and humorous pieces. This technique greatly enriches the expressive power of Hulusi and Bawu.
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