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 Dizi - Chinese flute
Dizi are made from bamboo and have six finger holes and are characterized by an additional hole covered by a piece of very thin paper-like fibre that buzzes when played.
Modern dizi can be found with additional keys to aid in playing accidentals, but traditionally players had a set of dizi, one for each desired key, and accidentals and slides were accomplished by very subtle adjustments of the fingers to cover only a quarter or half of a hole.
Although a relatively easy instrument at first, the standard for good dizi playing is extremely high, and professional dizi players from China are stunning in their virtuosity, although they often lack the emotional depth that is found in flute playing from other cultures.
www.asza.com /idizi.shtml   (211 words)

 Chill Dynasty - MoShang's new album
Common in many cultures throughout the ages, the dizi is the Chinese version of the transverse flute.
Whereas the dizi’s ancient ancestors were made from bone, the dizi as we know it today is most commonly made from bamboo, sometimes from stone and in some cases from jade.
Modern dizi may have additional keys to help with accidentals, but traditionally players would have a set of dizi to use in different keys (similar to the way harmonica players may change instruments for different keys).
chilldynasty.com /dizi.html   (184 words)

 Dizi - Chinese bamboo flute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The characteristic buzz-like or reedy tone of the Dizi is produced by an extra seventh hole which is covered with rice paper.
There are also usually vent holes at the far end of the instrument from the mouth hole which are sometimes decorated with colorful strings and tassels.
Hear the Dizi on 'Botswana Waltz' and 'Just Visiting' from 'bamboo dynasty', on 'Dizi Gigue' and ' "Five" ' from 'Svadharma', on 'Rain Forest Cave' from 'Lake Melva Meditation', and on Tracks 1 and 3 from 'Riversticks: The Ferryman's Release'.
yellowbellmusic.com /instruments/woodwind/dizi.php   (259 words)

 Dizi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The dizi (Chinese: 笛子; pinyin: dízi), is a Chinese transverse flute.
On traditional dizi the finger-holes are spaced approximately equidistantly, which produces a temperament of mixed whole-tone and three-quarter-tone intervals.
During the middle of the 20th century dizi makers began to change the finger hole placements to allow for playing in equal temperament, as demanded by new musical developments and compositions, although traditional dizi continue to be used for purposes such as kunqu accompaniment.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dizi   (1441 words)

 Traditional Chinese Music
The Chinese character for this flute (Di, Dizi) generally means sideblown or transverse flute.
Listening to a DIZI player, one would notice several distinct playing techniques: fluttered tonguing, double tonguing, triple tonguing, combinations of tonguing techniques and fingering techniques, and in skilled players circular breathing.
The DIZI is used both in ensemble with other Chinese instruments as well as a solo instrument.
www.sccs.swarthmore.edu /users/01/janeng/music.html   (1086 words)

 Dizi (Chinese Bamboo Flute) Information
The Dizi has a very simple structure: 1 blowhole, 1 membrane hole, 6 finger holes, and two pairs of holes in the end to correct the pitch and hang decorative tassels.
Despite some experimental Dizis (11 hole flute, half note flute or adapting the idea of western flute by putting a few mechanical keys for temporary notes), six finger hole Dizis are still the popular choice of most Dizi players.
The Dizi's range is 2 octaves plus 2 or 3 notes (depending on which size Dizi you use).
www.2measures.com /dizi.html   (734 words)

 Dizi key designations
The second way to identify the key of that same Dizi is to use the note produced by covering all 6 finger holes.
Most of the time the key of the Dizi is marked between the membrane hole and the 6th finger hole, or between the 1st finger hole and the drapes hole (Again, see fig.
Dizi players usually use the 3rd finger hole to identify the key, while Western flute players use covering all 6 finger holes.
www.2measures.com /dizi-key.html   (256 words)

 How to Play the Dizi: A Complete Instructional Course for the Chinese Bamboo Flute
Three grades of instruments are available - the standard model, a flute made from specially-selected bamboo or a professional quality dizi along with a package of reed membranes and bai-chi (a special Chinese herb root used to paste on the membranes).
Dizi flutes are available with or without the program of instruction.
Tim Liu was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and graduated in 1979 from the College of Chinese Culture in Taipei where he studied "Dizi" (also known as "D'Tzu"), the Chinese bamboo flute with Chen Sheng-Tien and "Erhu" from Li Chen Tung.
www.shakuhachi.com /PG-Liu.html   (753 words)

 African Musical Instruments
The dizi, a woodwind instrument, is the Chinese version of the western flute.
It was first used as a music instrument in China during the Han Dynasty.
The dizi has a membrane fixed to one of its holes that vibrates when the instrument is played, resulting in a unique tone.
www.town4kids.com /town4kids/kids/music4kids/world/chinese/dizi.htm   (80 words)

Dizi is led by 18-year-old singer AMY VEE from THE WHISPERING JACK SHOW and THE TWO VEES.
SINCE October last year groovy Newcastle-based covers band DIZI has been winning over audiences with Top 10 songs featuring female vocalists as soon as they enter the charts.
Playing this Friday night at Mayfield Ex-Services Club, Dizi combines the talents of 19-year-old vocalist AMY VEE and a...
15min.org /artists/dizi   (162 words)

Puede acceder a un pequeño vocabulario Dizi aquí.
En esa fecha, la región fue conquistada por el ejército del Imperio etíope, tras lo cual muchas personas del pueblo Dizi fueron sometidas a situación de esclavitud.
Los Dizi están divididos en veinte subgrupos que mantienen una organización social jerarquizada.
www.ikuska.com /Africa/Etnologia/Pueblos/dizi/index.htm   (212 words)

 Dizi Xiao Bawu Hulusi Products list
Our advanced prefessional dizi supervised by Tang Junqiao who is one of the popular dizi players in China currently who play did the solo in the movie of Crouch Tiger and Hidden Dragon.
Most of our dizis are tunable(the metal part of the dizi photo abobe).
A free carry dizi case for hold 7 dizis; two free packs of professional reed papers (dimo); one free pack of E Jiao(glue)
www.chineseculture.net /guqin/instruments/xiaolist.html   (964 words)

 Chinese Musical Instrument - Dizi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
It is believed to have been brought in from Tibet during the Han Dynasty and since then it has been used for over the past 2,000 years in China.
The player plays the Dizi by blowing across the mouthpiece and produces different notes by stopping the six holes found in the rod.
The player uses several distinct playing techniques: fluttered tonguing, double tonguing, triple tonguing, combinations of tonguing techniques and fingering techniques.
www.paulnoll.com /China/Music/mus-dizi.html   (121 words)

 Dizi - Bamboo Flute of China
The dizi is a traditional Chinese transverse flute made with six holes and tuned to a diatonic major scale.
These dizi flute can be ordered alone or with
In a blind audition held by the flautist for the musical, Lisha McDuff, Claude-Michel Schonberg chose these flutes for their purity of tone and superior intonation.
www.shakuhachi.com /F-Dizi.html   (179 words)

 Chinese Music Classics of the 20th Century: Dizi I by Feng Zichun at Audio Lunchbox   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Chinese Music Classics of the 20th Century: Dizi I by Feng Zichun at Audio Lunchbox
3: Chinese Music Classics of the 20th Century: Dizi I - Birds In The Shade
Audio Lunchbox / New Age / Feng Zichun / Chinese Music Classics of the 20th Century: Dizi I
www.audiolunchbox.com /album?a=53965   (243 words)

 eBay Store - eChinaville: Chinese Dizi Flute: NINE Different Key Chinese Detachable Bamboo Dizi Flute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
A SET OF 9 Key Chinese Detachable Bamboo Dizi Flute
Dunhuang Chinese Poem Dragon Carved D Key Bamboo Dizi
Dunhuang Chinese Poem Dragon Carved C Key Bamboo Dizi
stores.ebay.ca /eChinaville_Chinese-Dizi-Flute_W0QQcolZ4QQdirZQ2d1QQfsubZ3QQftidZ2QQtZkm   (188 words)

 KVR: Kong Audio Mini DiZi - Virtual Instrument   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Mini DiZi is the free version of Kong Audio's ChineeWinds Chinese Flute VSTi.
Mini DiZi covers Tenor DiZi, Xiao, and some different expression styles to give you a taste of the various Dizi sounds.
Be sure to check out the DiZi tutorial MIDI files (which are designed for ChineeWinds, but also work for Mini DiZi) to get an idea of how a dizi is supposed to be played, just in case you are not familiar with it.
www.kvraudio.com /get/1811.html   (173 words)

 Xiao and Dizi music CDs, Videos,and Books
This historical recordings cover most of masterpieces of dizi played by most famous dizi players
Dizi Graded Examination Masterpieces Collection with performance notes,,in numberial notation,127pieces
Dizi Graded Examination Collection in numberial notation,finger chart,158 pieces
www.chineseculture.net /guqin/instruments/xiaocds.htm   (209 words)

 Collection Of Dizi Tunes by Hu Jiexu at Audio Lunchbox
1: Dizi Melodies - The Sketch Of Batang
3: Dizi Melodies - The Spring In Liangshan Mountains
Anthology Of Chinese Traditional and Folk Music: Dizi Vol.
www.audiolunchbox.com /album?a=61011   (111 words)

 Chinese Music Instrument: Er Hu-Chinese Music Instrument :Erhu, Dizi, Pipa
Chinese Music Instrument: Er Hu-Chinese Music Instrument :Erhu, Dizi, Pipa
Chinese Music: Chinese music CD, Chinese Song, Chinese Folk Song, Chinese music instrument including Erhu (Er Hu), Dizi (Di zi), bamboo flute, Sheng, Pipa (Pi pa).
Erhu also known as Huqin, the full name for Hu.
www.chinesecultureonline.com /productdetail/MA/80   (307 words)

 Lark in the Morning
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The dizi is made of bamboo and originated over 2000 years ago in China.
It has been suggested that the instrument originated in Asia Minor or Central Asia, over 2000 years ago.
larkinthemorning.com /search.asp?t=ss&ss=dizi&x=19&y=12&bhcd2=1096604365   (138 words)

 dizi.gen.tr   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Kanal:Star Tarih:25.09.2006 Saat :20:00 Türü :Yerli Dizi Yapımcılığını D Productions’in üstlendiği yönetmenliğini Nursan Esenboğa’nin yaptığı senaryosunu Saygin Delibaş ve Fethi Kantarcı’nın yazdığı başrollerinde Emre Kınay,İclal Aydin, Öner Erkan, Hakan Vanlı,Halit Akçatepe ve Tekin Akmansoy’un oynadığı İki Aile yeni bölümü ile bu akşam Star’da…Oğuz Eda’yı Durdurmak İçin Edirne Yollarına Düşüyor…Oğuz Eda’yı İstanbul’a Dönmeye İkna Ediyor&...
Kanal:ATV Tarih:25.09.2006 Saat :20:00 Türü :Yerli Dizi Atv’nin yapımcılığını üstlendiği üstlendiği, Erkekler Ağlamaz’ isimli dizinin senaryosunu Yüksek Tansiyon Senaryo Grubu, Yönetmenliğini Sadullah Çelen yapıyor.
Sağır Oda Kanal:Kanal D Tarih:25.09.2006 Saat :20:00 Türü :Yerli Dizi Tüm bildiklerinizi unutun!Türkiye’nin bir sırrı aydınlanıyor!
www.dizi.gen.tr /index.php?sayfa=11   (375 words)

 DİZİ dizi dizi nedir anlami nasil kim kimdir ne zaman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
DİZİ dizi dizi nedir anlami nasil kim kimdir ne zaman
tren vagonu gibi peşpeşe giden bölümlere dizi deniyor (muş) evlat!
ben hiiç dizi izlemediğim için bilmem de...........- :))
nedir.antoloji.com /dizi   (440 words)

 DIZI - user profile - DontStayIn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Music I listen to: Club Classics, Funky House, Electro House, Deep House, Progressive House, Tech House, Trance, Chillout / Leftfield
Already nearly 250 strong and introducing the Launch of DiZi, Resident DJ & Producer of The-FMC.
from DiZi + Guests @ Bar SIA @ Bar Sia in London, Thu 13 Apr - 1 photo
www.dontstayin.com /members/dizi   (569 words)

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