Professionally Tuned, 100% Hand Carved Chinese Hulusi Flute Woodwind
~ Featuring ~
* All Natural Sandalwood Pipes, Cloisonne Gourd; Premium Quality for the Best Performance *
* Professional Grade with Two Tuned Drones; Top of the Line Switch for Great Delivery of Sound and Quick On / Off *
* Alloy of Copper and Nickel Fittings for Top Fixture and Tone; Imitation Ox Horn Mouth Piece *
* Detachable Gourd, Pipe and Drones for Cleaning and Reed Adjustment *
* Available Keys: Bb, D Minor, F Minor, A, G, F, D Major, Eb, Bb Major, and C Major *
* Quality velvet-lined hard case with shoulder strap; Ornamental Chinese Knot *
* Authentic Original Yunnan Tone, Professional Tuning, 100% Handmade *
Authentic Original Yunnan Tone - Green Cloisonne Gourd; Sandalwood Pipes; Premium Quality
Green Cloisonne Gourd
Professional Grade with Two Tuned Drone Pipes
Top of the Line Drone Pipe Switches
for Great Delivery of Sound and Quick On / Off
Alloy of Copper and Nickel Fittings for Top Fixture and Tone
Imitation Ox Horn Mouth Piece
Detachable Gourd, Pipe and Drones
for Cleaning and Reed Adjustment
Quality Velvet-Lined Hard Case
with Shoulder Strap
Please note: our hulusi use natural Yunnan rosewood, ebony, sandalwood, bamboo, gourd (depending on model chosen) as materials. You would expect an excellent sound quality in its original Yunnan tone, with a very slight variation in appearance and artwork due to its natural and handmade nature.
Original Yunnan Ethnic Dai Tribe Gourd Flute Hulusi
The hulusi or cucurbit flute is a free reed wind instrument from China. It is held vertically and has three pipes which pass through a gourd wind chest.
The hulusi was originated by ethnic Dai Tribe of Southwest China, which can be dated back to Qin and Han Dynasties (221 BC to 220 AD). The sound of the original Yunnan Dai Tribe hulusi is hauntingly beautiful, fairly soft, and has a very pure, clarinet-like sound. The Dai Tribe men would play it to express their love to women, while other ethnic minorities often played the hulusi in the fields when taking a break from planting or harvesting
Although the hulusi is still predominantly performed in China, it has in recent years been adopted by European composers and performers. Rohan Leach from England, Rapheal De Cock from Belgium and Herman Witkam from the Netherlands have all taken the instrument in new directions.
Wind Chest: Cloisonne
Flute Pipes: Sandalwood, Premium Quality
All Brand New; Tuned, Tested, All Set - Ready to Play.
Performance - Ideal for regular player / professional musician
Professional tuning included guaranteeing the right key and tone.
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* THIS IS AN ORIGINAL YUNNAN HULUSI, NOT A REPRODUCTION *