The Hulusi is a Chinese recorder with a head shaped like a gourd.
It is very easy to play like the recorder because you do not need to find that sweet spot / angle like when you play the dizi.
The range of notes is not very wide and it does not have the notes Fa and Ti (unless you cover the note halfway).
One immediately thinks of Yunnan, China when hears the Hulusi, well, unless one does not know where is Yunnan at all….
6 Reasons To Learn Hulusi
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Since Secondary School, Kok Wee picked up the Dizi and has been actively participaing in various Community Centre Chinese Orchestra.
Tay Wei Liang Andy started learning the dizi at the age of thirteen from dizi maestro Professor Zhan Yong Ming. Under the careful tutelage of Professor Zhan, Andy was awarded both as a soloist as well as an ensemble musician.
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