The paixiao is an ancient Chinese wind instrument, a form of Pan flute. A major difference between the Chinese Paixiao and the panpipes used in European and South American traditions, is that at the top of the Chinese instrument the pipe holes are each cut angled or with notches.
The hulusi or cucurbit flute is a free reed wind instrument from China and the Shan State. It is held vertically and has three bamboo pipes that pass through a gourd wind chest; the center pipe has finger holes The instrument's name comes from the Chinese words hulu, meaning "gourd," and si, meaning "silk" (referring to.
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