Relaxing Music by Dragan Drazic (DAM Good Music) is good for Meditation, Study or Calm down. Listen to the Meditation Music with bright Atmospheres, Strings and Cello. Calm Melody with Dizi and Bawu.
Track: Relaxing Music „The Way“ 2022 — DAM Good Music
Musik komponiert und arrangiert von Dragan Drazic
Relax Music with chinese Dizi and Bawu Instruments.
Dizi, chinesisch 笛子, Pinyin dízi; auch笛 di oder橫笛 hengdi, ist eine Querflöte der traditionellen chinesischen Musik. Sie findet in vielen Bereichen Verwendung, in der Chinesischen Oper ebenso wie im Orchester oder auch der Volksmusik. Das Instrument erfreut sich auch heute noch nicht zuletzt wegen seiner relativ wenig aufwändigen Herstellungsweise, der leichten Transportierbarkeit und seines wundervollen Klangs großer Beliebtheit.
Dizi, Chinese 笛子, Pinyin dízi; also笛 di or橫笛 hengdi, is a transverse flute. It is made of bamboo and has six finger holes on the front and one thumb hole on the back. The Dizi is commonly used in traditional Chinese music and is also known as the Chinese bamboo flute. It is considered a traditional musical instrument in China and has a distinct, bright and clear sound.
The Dizi Scale in Music i played
The Dizi is a diatonic instrument, meaning it can play a specific set of notes within a particular scale. The most common scale played on the Dizi is the pentatonic scale, which consists of five notes per octave.
The notes of the pentatonic scale can vary depending on the tuning and key of the Dizi, but it generally includes notes such as C, D, E, G, A, C.
However, the instrument is able to play in different scales, such as major, minor, modal, etc. Some of the most common scales used in Chinese traditional music for Dizi include the pentatonic, the heptatonic and the modal scales.
It’s important to note that the Dizi is also a versatile instrument, allowing for a variety of different articulations and techniques to be used, including vibrato and ornamentation, making it possible to play more than one scale and/or mode.
Bawu (chinesisch 巴烏 / 巴乌, Pinyin bāwū), auch ba wu, bawo, ist ein chinesisches Musikinstrument. Es sieht aus wie eine Holzquerflöte, verwendet aber zur Tonerzeugung eine durchschlagende Zunge und wird deshalb zu den Durchschlagzungeninstrumenten gezählt, zu denen auch die Mundorgeln gehören. Der Klang ist ähnlich dem der Klarinette.
Bawu (Chinese 巴烏 / 巴乌, Pinyin bāwū), also ba wu, bawo, is a Chinese free reed wind instrument. It is similar in design to the Western harmonica and has a cylindrical shape with a single reed attached to the top. The Bawu is made of bamboo and has six finger holes on the front and one thumb hole on the back. It is commonly used in traditional Chinese music and has a distinct, bright and clear sound. It is considered a traditional Chinese musical instrument and is played by blowing into the instrument to produce a sound.
The Bawu Scale that i played
The Bawu is a free reed wind instrument, similar to the Western harmonica, which means it can play any scale depending on the tuning and key of the instrument. It is a diatonic instrument, meaning it can play a specific set of notes within a particular scale.
The most common scales played on the Bawu are the pentatonic and the heptatonic scales, which are widely used in Chinese traditional music. The pentatonic scale is composed of five notes per octave, and heptatonic scale (also called diatonic scale) is composed of seven notes per octave.
However, the Bawu is also a versatile instrument, allowing for a variety of different articulations and techniques to be used, including vibrato and ornamentation. With this technique the Bawu can be adapted to play other scales such as major, minor, modal, etc.
It is worth noting that the Bawu is a difficult instrument to play, as it requires a high level of skill and control to produce a clear sound and it’s difficult to play some specific scales or modes.