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      Always wanted to try the Dizi - Chinese flute? It is easier than you think!

      You just need 3 things:  
      The first is the ability to blow across a bottle top to make a sound.  
      The second is how to fix the flute membrane on the flute.
      The third of course is to own a Dizi!

      Here we have Dizi bamboo flutes for beginners, intermediate players, as well as professional players.  Our flutes are mainly by famous makers Dong Xue Hua and Xie Bin.  Each Dizi comes with a pack of dimo (flute membrane) and a piece of erjiao (flute glue).

      Please start by browsing the catergories below, grouped according to different pitches.  

      *Trying it for the first time and don't know what key to choose?  Just click on Qudi and choose a D key flute according to your budget!*


      Q: What is the main difference between the flute and dizi? Out of the many dizis available - xiaodi, bangdi, qudi and xindi - which is the most similar to the flute?

      Q: Are dizi techniques very different from that of the xiao? How would my experience in playing the flute translate?

      Q: I am currently learning the dizi on my own. Would it be possible for me to teach myself up to an amateur performance level? I am currently working towards my ABRSM Grade 8 flute exam and am self-taught in various other wind instruments, such as the tin-whistle, ocarina and recorder.

      Q: As someone just starting out, what key of dizi should I buy?

      Q: What is the difference between concert-grade and professional-grade dizis? In other words, what is the difference between a cheap and expensive flute?

      Q: What is the difference between bitter and purple bamboo for dizi?

      Q: I live in a cold country. Will my dizi crack?

        Koudi or mouth flute is a small Chinese flute made from bamboo. It can be considered the smallest flute in the family of flutes. Purchase it online here!
        Xiao Di or small flute, mainly comes in the keys of D, C and Bb. It produces a sharper, higher pitch and usually takes the lead in a piece of music. (Range: F4-D7)
        Bang Di or short flute, mainly comes in the keys of A, G and F. It is mostly used to play songs from Northern China which are fast, bright and vigorous. (Range: C4 - A6)
        The Qu Di or long flute, mainly comes in the keys of E, D and C. It is mainly used to play songs from the South that are more melodic and lyrical. (Range: G3 - E6)
        The Xindi or Dadi comes in the keys of bb, A, G and F. It is a longer flute than Qu Di and produces a lower pitch as well. (Range: C2 - Bb6)