Dizi is a Chinese flute. One of the major musical instruments widely used in many genres of Chinese opera and modern Chinese orchestras. It is a popular musical instrument among Chinese people. Since Deeds is made of bamboo, it is sometimes called by names such as bamboo flute. Very thin, lightweight and often made of brightly colored bamboo, it is a very easy to buy instrument. It is known for its beautiful and beautiful tone.
This instrument was born in China.
History of Dizi
Dizi is said to be an instrument that existed 9000 years ago. It is also said to be one of the oldest musical instruments. Fragments of flutes of this era are still playable today and are very similar to the modern version in terms of hole placement. A flute dating from 7,000 BC to 5,000 BC was found at the Jiahu Neolithic site in central Henan Province, China. The flutes found are engraved with 5 to 8 holes, which can produce a sound of about an octave. In the middle of the 20th century, traditional deeds were used for purposes such as accompaniment to Kunqu. In the 1930s, an 11-hole, fully chromatic dizi was developed, pitched in the same range as the flute.All CD, DVD & TV Sales
Features of Dizi
Dizi has a short pitch, high pitch, bright sound quality, and a high-pitched tone. In northern China, it is used in music genres such as Kunqu, Banji Opera, and Elentai. In southern China, it is the main tuned instrument of Kunqu opera and is used in various music. Deeds are played using a variety of “advanced” techniques such as circular breathing, slides, pop notes, harmonics, “flying finger” trills, multiphonics, flutter-tonguing, and double tonguing.Home
Types of Dizi
There are generally two types of Dizi. The longer version is Kudi in southern China, with a dark tone. The short version is Bandy in northern China, which produces a bright tone.