Dizi (pinyin: dí zi), also known as the horizontal flute, is generally used as an important musical instrument to accompany opera.
Suona (pinyin: suǒ nà) is a Chinese double-reed woodwind instrument. Also called Suannai, trumpet, advocacy. The traditional suona is composed of five parts: whistle, air card, intruder, rod and bowl.
Hulusi (pinyin: hú lu sī), also known as "calabash flute", is a musical instrument of ethnic minorities in Yunnan. Hulusi originated in Lianghe County, Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture, and is mainly popular in Dai, Achang, Wa, De'ang and Brown. The Dehong and Lincang areas in Yunnan where ethnic groups live together are rich in local colors.
Xun (pinyin: xūn) is a closed-mouthed wind instrument unique to the Han nationality. It occupies an important position in the history of primitive art in the world.
Xiao (pinyin: xiāo), divided into dongxiao and qinxiao. And because the flute has a hole, it is different from the pan flute without a hole, so it is called "dongxiao". The xiao has a long history, the sound is round and soft, quiet and elegant, suitable for solo and ensemble. It is generally made of bamboo with blow holes at the top.
The middle tone Sheng (pinyin: zhōng yīn shēng) is a kind of Sheng, and the most commonly used traditional Sheng is 17 springs. After the liberation, new varieties such as amplifying sheng, plus key sheng, turntable sheng, low-pitched sheng and row sheng were successfully trial-produced, with a variety of reeds.
Mouth flute (Pinyin: kǒu dí) is a bamboo musical instrument. In 1971, Mr. Yu Xunfa, a famous bamboo flute player, invented and created the mouth flute, which is suitable for solo, ensemble and accompaniment.
Sheng (pinyin: shēng) is one of the oldest musical instruments in China. It is the earliest instrument in the world to use free reeds, and it is also the originator of most existing reed instruments in the world.
Guanzi (pinyin: guǎn zi) is a wind instrument. In ancient China, it was called "筚篥" or "Luguan". Its structure consists of three parts: the whistle, the intruder and the cylindrical body.
Gangdong (pinyin: Gangdong), derived from ancient horn-like musical instruments, is a Tibetan, Mongolian, and Han lip-vibrating gas-singing musical instrument. One of the Buddhist instruments. The tube body is mostly made of copper, but also made of silver or bone, and its size varies. Popular in Tibet, Inner Mongolia, Qinghai, Sichuan, Yunnan, Gansu, Hebei and other provinces.
Naiyi (pinyin: nǎi yī), also known as wooden flute and horizontal flute, is a fringe air-sounding instrument of Uyghur, Uzbek, Tajik and other ethnic groups, popular in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
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.
Hu Jia (pinyin: Hú Jiā), also known as Chao'er and Modun Chao'er, is a musical instrument of ancient northern peoples in my country.
The horn is a nearly lost musical instrument, created by the ancestors of the Yao nationality, and has the same effect as the horn in the Yao nationality musical instrument. Made from tender bamboo.
Sibusi'e (pinyin: sī bù sī é), also translated as Sibuzi'e, Sibis'e, is a Kazakh fringe air-sounding musical instrument, popular in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
Pai Xiao (pinyin: pái xiāo), also known as Pan Di, Fengwei Xiao, is an ancient musical instrument found in ancient China, South America, Europe, and Africa. Connect several wooden or bamboo pipes of different lengths, blow directly through the mouth, each pipe emits a sound, and the melody is displayed by continuously blowing different pipes.
Turen (pinyin: tǔ rèn), also known as Tuliang, Teling, and Laku in Jingpo language, is a fringe musical instrument of Jingpo, Lisu, Lahu and other ethnic groups. It is popular in Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture of Yunnan Province and Nujiang Lisu. Autonomous Prefecture and Lincang area.
Trombone (Pinyin: Ludi), also known as Changming, Tongjiao, Zhaojun, Horse Blowing, Trumpet, etc. It is Yao, Zhuang, Miao, Yi, Hani, Buyi, Tujia, Uyghur, Han and other nationalities lip-vibrating and chirping musical instruments. Yao language called Dangling. It is called Dabala in Yi language. The Bouyei language is called Manglie. Uyghur is called Kanai. The Han people call it the tuba, long tip, trumpet, aces and so on. It is popular all over China, especially in Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou, Xinjiang and other provinces and regions.
小筚篥 (pinyin: xì bì lì) is called "grass splitting force" in Korean, and is commonly known as "pipe" in the folk. Originated from ancient 筚篥. In the Goryeo music of the nine and ten pieces of music in the Sui and Tang Dynasties, the Xiaoyu and Taopiyu have been used, which are the vertical double-reed gas-sounding instruments favored by the Korean people. Pronunciation loud and clear, high-pitched and vigorous tone. It is suitable for playing Korean-style music with a strong local flavor. Can be played solo, ensemble or accompaniment. It is popular in Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture of Jilin Province and areas inhabited by Koreans.
Dixiujie (Pinyin: dí xiǔ lì), also known as Jueji, Dijitu, Diohma, Olioma, Datitulai, is a side edge air-sounding instrument of the Lisu ethnic group, and it is the Lahu ethnicity's air-sounding instrument. The general term for it is popular in Nujiang Lisu Autonomous Prefecture in Yunnan Province.
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