Welcome to buy sheng instrument from Sound of Mountain Music.
Our company carries different sheng instruments of 14 pipes, 17 pipes and 21 pipes.
In the modern large Chinese orchestra, it is used for both melody and accompaniment. Customers: all non-USD prices are displayed according to the most current exchange rates between our USD prices, so non-USD prices may fluctuate every day and are only informational.
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It is the most popular of the huqin family of traditional bowed string instruments used by various ethnic groups of China. In the first century AD, the guzheng is described as a plucked half-tube wood zither with movable bridges, over which a number of strings are stretched, and in the 2nd century BC the guzheng was described as having twelve silken strings and high narrow jade bridges. It is a classical Chinese musical instrument, and is widely used in many genres of Chinese folk music, as well as Chinese opera, and the modern Chinese orchestra.
Traditionally, the dizi has also been popular among the Chinese common people, and it is simple to make and easy to carry.
This instrument is one of the oldest instruments in China, appearing in texts dating back to the second century B. Traditionally pipa is mainly a solo instrument, sometimes played in folk ensembles such as traditional silk and bamboo ensembles that are common found in South-East China, or used to accompany story telling, or local opera.
Most dizi are made of bamboo, which explains why dizi are sometimes known by simple names such as Chinese bamboo flute. It has a distinctively loud and high-pitched sound, and is used frequently in Chinese traditional musicensembles, particularly those that perform outdoors.
It is an important instrument in the folk music of northern China.
were traditionally classified according to the materials used in their construction.
The eight classifications are silk, bamboo, wood, stone, metal, clay, gourd, and hide.