OrientalMusicSanctuary Performance 17-Reed Sheng- Traditional Mouth Organ

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The Sheng is the considered the forefather of the modern church organ. In an
ensemble, the 17-reed sheng is used mainly for traditional pieces. Its perfect
for accompany the dizi or suona in performance.

Playing the sheng is not hard. Its a simple case of pressing on the key you
want to play and exhaling or inhaling. This makes the it the only wind
instrument which can play both single notes and multiple notes at once.

-Made of Violet bamboo with ebony footing
- Tuned Diatonically, for traditional Chinese Performances
- Very clear notes, and highly resonant
-Professionally tuned and tested
-Comes in Keys D, C or F. Most ensembles use the key of D
-Comes in rigid foam case


The Bamboo Grove – OrientalMusicSanctuary. Established in 2013, we are a group
to 2nd and 3rd Generation luthiers and instrument makers, who inherited the
legacy of traditional musical instruments from our forefathers. Being trained
since childhood to be proficient in performance, and having been in constant
contact and collaboration with top-level performers from universities,
conservatories and international orchestras all our lives, we find the need to
ensure that our friends internationally have the means of acquiring decent
instruments that can perform at the top level.

The advancement in Traditional Chinese Music in the 21st century means we need
musical instruments that at least meet basic requirements of intonation,
timbre, ergonomics and playability. Erhus, for example, need to be able to play
high notes way beyond their usual range, without the harshness that it used to
have. Flutes have to stay in tune with minimal effort from the performer.
Contemporary works demand the guqins sound clear in all notes. The list of
requirements from top-tier performers grows with every new work that challenges
the modern performer.

Yet, our performers are deeply rooted in tradition. We were all trained to
love, learn and perform our classics which dates from more than 2 millennia
ago. Our instruments must still possess the tonal abilities and depth of sounds
to play like how our forefathers did.

OrientalMusicSanctuary seeks to do just that. Working with teachers,
performers and musicians, we started have our own requirements for every
instrument. We believe that at an affordable price, we will be able to meet the
exacting standards set forth by performers.

Remember: We are Musicians too!

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