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How to Play Bawu – Interact China
Both drone pipes uulusi have a hole. Opening hole 6 while blowing hard gets you La; opening 5 and 6, Si; opening all right hand holes, Do. I recently ordered a hulusi online and it does not have a plug in the drone pipe to play a chord.
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How do I play the chord? Unknown January 30, at 1: Additional pitches can be played by cross-fingering and half-holing and a G instrument would typically also be played in the keys of D, C and sometimes Bb. I know Irish people are very friendly and love music a lot. Reed is located inside the top end of the main pipe. Email Address never made public. I know you have probably figured it out by now because you posted your question hos while ago, but For others who may stumble upon this post So the fingering is somewhat similar to the transverse flute or saxophone.
How to Play Bawu
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Typical booklets say the following: We will post more articles on Bawu in the near future and hope you will enjoy reading them. I believe it will be an enchanted melody tto play Irish music with Bawu. I think there might be some similarities in penny whistle and Bawu. Girl, Wash Your Face: Please, let us enjoy more of your music. Posted by Tong Lei at The player must cover the reed entirely with the mouth and apply substantial air pressure to maintain the vibration of the reed.