Xun audition

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.


  • type:Close-mouthed wind instrument
  • Pinyin:xūn
  • Material:Clay, Porcelain, Bamboo, Jade, Stone, Bone, Resin
  • Material classification:Resin xun, purple sand xun, bamboo xun, pottery xun, ox horn xun, etc.
  • Appearance classification:Pear shaped xun, pen holder xun, water drop xun, big fish xun, ox head xun, gourd xun
Xun is a closed-mouthed wind instrument unique to the Han nationality, which occupies an important position in the history of primitive art in the world. The origin of xun is related to the labor and production activities of the ancestors. It may have been originally made by the ancestors to imitate the calls of birds and beasts to trap prey. Later, with the progress of society, it evolved into a simple musical instrument, and gradually increased the sound hole, and developed into a melody instrument that can play tunes.
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According to legend, Xun originated from a hunting tool called "Stone Meteor". In ancient times, people often tied a stone ball or a mud ball with a rope and threw it out to hit birds and beasts. Some spheres are empty in the middle, and they can make a sound when they are swung for a spin. Later, people thought it was very fun, so they used it to blow, so this kind of stone meteor slowly evolved into Xun.
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Organized by 钟离 on 2023-08-23
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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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Wang Hongtao, born in Gaotang, Shandong in October 1960, is a national first-class performer, a famous flute player and xunxiao player. Wang Hongtao's art teaching is also quite successful, and many of the students he teaches have been admitted to national and provincial higher music schools.
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Wu Ti, young performer, performer of traditional Chinese music. In 2016, he became one of the founders of Ya Yue Fu. Representative works: "Yangguan Road", "Dust", "Moonlight Night Breeze", "One Thousand Years", "Remembering Jiangnan", "Homeland", "Searching for Plums", etc.
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Zhang Weiliang, born in Suzhou, Jiangsu in 1957, is a flute and xiao player.
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The 2022 Chinese National Music Inheritance and Publishing Project boutique publishing project "Translation and Annotation of Tanghu Xunpu" was recently published by Tianjin Ancient Books Publishing House. This is the first systematic compilation and proofreading of China's first Xunpu "Tanghu Xunpu".
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Meet the romantic Taoxun, and slowly taste the intangible cultural heritage. Xun is an ancient wind instrument in my country with a history of six or seven thousand years. The Taoxun performance skills project was listed as the sixth batch of representative projects of intangible cultural heritage in Xi'an.
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In our Ningjin County, Dezhou City, there is a xun maker, Pu Shutang, who is the representative inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage of the Tanghu xun production process. Today we came to Pu Shutang's studio to experience the unique charm of Xun, an "earth" musical instrument.
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In order to protect and inherit ancient xun performance skills, the "Xun Lefang", an intangible cultural heritage ancient xun inheritance and promotion organization authorized by the Fujian provincial representative project protection unit, officially opened classes on June 12, and at the same time in Xiamen City Hongkong. The inauguration ceremony of Shan Academy was held.
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Li Yunlin, a famous domestic xun maker, is pruning the newly planted bittershui roses in the back garden of his studio. "After a while, I will build a small pavilion here, and in summer, I can take the children to play xun in the pavilion..."
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