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.


  • type:lip vibration instrument
  • nickname:Changming, bronze horns, recruiting troops, horses blowing, trumpets
  • nationality:Yao, Zhuang, Miao, Yi, Hani, Buyi, Tujia, Uyghur, Han and other nationalities
  • popular area:Around China
The trombone is derived from the ancient horn.
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The Dangling of the Yao people and the trombone of the Zhuang and Miao people are popular in western Guangxi and southeastern Guizhou.
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The trombone is a must-have instrument for Yi festivals, weddings, funerals, and other occasions. In traditional festivals, dozens of trombones are played at the same time. The sound is earth-shattering and the scene is extraordinarily spectacular.
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The Uyghur Kanai is popular in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Made of copper, three sections, 150 cm to 180 cm in length. It can play two tones, a barrel tone and a fifth overtone.
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Trombones of different ethnic groups and regions have different specifications and lengths.
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The whole body of the trombone is made of thin copper sheets and consists of upper, middle and lower copper tubes.
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