Bamboo spring (pinyin: zhú huáng) is also known as ringing bamboo, blowing bamboo, playing bamboo, mouth contempt, mouth spring, harmonica, mouth string. It has a long history and various forms. It is a comprehensive performance of Yi, Lahu, Naxi, Lisu, Dai, Hani, Jingpo, Wa, Brown, Nu, Dulong, Jinuo, Pumi, Miao, Tibetan, Lhoba, Qiang, Kazakh, Hui, Gaoshan, Li and Han nationalities in China. Body sounding instrument. It can play solo, unison, ensemble or accompany song and dance, and it occupies an important position in people's productive labor and daily life. Popular in Yunnan, Guizhou, Sichuan, Tibet, Xinjiang, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Guangxi, Guangdong, Taiwan, Hainan and other provinces.


  • Pinyin:zhú huáng
  • alias:Ringing bamboo, blowing bamboo, mouth string, etc.
  • Classification:body music
  • pop nation:Yi, Lahu, Naxi, etc.
Among ethnic minorities, Bamboo Spring has been inseparable from young people since ancient times. There are many legends about love associated with Bamboo Spring. There was a verse like this: "The one in my heart, we were born in the same place and live in the same place. A place, but it's so hard to meet each other! …”
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There are many beautiful legends about bamboo springs from all ethnic groups. In the Lahu cottage, there were two neighbors who lived on hunting in ancient times, and they got along very harmoniously.
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Yu Zongfu, the representative inheritor of the production and performance of Sapin Magu, knows the production and performance skills of various musical instruments, especially learned to make and play Sapin Magu.
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The "kouxian" of the Qiang nationality is a folk musical instrument invented by the women of the Qiang nationality when they rub the hemp rope while resting during the long-term production and labor.
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Today, the Lisu people living in Pingda Township, Longling County, Baoshan City, maintain their original culture from clothing to various customs. As an indispensable musical instrument in the history of the cultural development of the Lisu nationality, Sapin Magu has an ethereal and beautiful string sound that has been flying since ancient times.
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When the reporter participated in a cultural trip to the countryside held by the Yinchuan Federation of Literary and Art Circles in Haojiaqiao Town, Lingwu City, the reporter "ran into" Ma Yizhen, the inheritor of Ma's mouth strings, who performed at the event site. Applause.
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When playing, the left thumb and index finger clamp the reed tail, and the multi-leaf reed makes it fan-shaped. Place the reed tongue part between the two lips, and use the right thumb and index finger to move the head of the bamboo reed back and forth, causing the reed tongue to vibrate. A bright ding-dong sound is emitted.
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Bamboo springs are made from hard, dry bamboo chips.
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