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Suona blowing ventilation is the most effective trick

2018-03-13 20:48:00

Suona blowing ventilation is the most effective trick


Play the suona to breathe


1, Suona cycle ventilation, everyone will think of suona. Of course, this technique was originally unique to the suona, and it is also a style of playing. But today, this technique has been applied to other instruments. In addition to the flute, it has also been used in the western flute, and even the saxophone. 2, the principle of circular ventilation is very simple: it is to store the breath in the mouth in advance, and then at the moment of inspiration, the breath in the mouth will be discharged by the mouth, and then continue to the normal exhalation, so as to complete a cycle of circular breathing.


3. The cycle ventilation on the suona appeared first, because this technique is easier on the suona than other instruments. Because the suona is assisted by the qi card, it can be played with the chin holding air (at present, there are some without the chin blowing to maintain the image), and the actual air output of the whistle is very small. 4. Due to the above reasons, the technique of cyclic ventilation has been widely used in the suona. In many cases, the suona performance of folk artists is almost uninterrupted from beginning to end, using cyclic ventilation to play to the end. With my current teaching experience, among my suona students, those with better qualifications can practice.


1. Suona is a kind of Chinese national blowing instrument and a folk instrument widely spread throughout China. 2, suona sound bright, loud, wooden, cone-shaped, the upper end is equipped with a whistle copper, the lower end set up a copper horn (called a bowl), so commonly known as the horn. In Taiwan, it is called advocacy; In the region is also known as the tick, is one of the "eight tone" Musical Instruments. 3. The sound of suona is loud and clear. In the past, it was mostly used in folk blowing and singing meetings, Yangko meetings, drum classes, local folk arts and opera accompaniment. After continuous development, it has enriched playing skills and improved expressive force, and has become a solo instrument with characteristics, and is used for ethnic band ensemble or opera, song and dance accompaniment.

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