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Yu Xunfa

Yu Xunfa

Yu Xunfa


Yu Xun-fa (俞遜發) (born in Shanghai on January 8, 1946; died in Shanghai on January 21, 2006), was a Chinese flute player who invented the wind-instrument known as the koudi. Born in Shanghai, he popularized the art of the flute in Chinese culture during the 1970s. In elementary school, Yu studied the flute. He participated in the Shanghai "Red Children" Troupe in 1958, and studied under dizi performer Lu Chunling as a disciple. In 1971, Yu invented the koudi - a small flute made from bamboo. Read more on Last.fm
Yu Xun-fa (俞遜發) (born in Shanghai on January 8, 1946; died in Shanghai on January 21, 2006), was a Chinese flute player who invented the wind-instrument known as the koudi. Born in Shanghai, he popularized the art of the flute in Chinese culture during the 1970s. In elementary school, Yu studied the flute. He participated in the Shanghai "Red Children" Troupe in 1958, and studied under dizi performer Lu Chunling as a disciple. In 1971, Yu invented the koudi - a small flute made from bamboo.

During the 1970s he was most active; touring parts of Europe, Canada and Asia. He died January 21, 2006 due to liver cancer. Discography: Zhu: Symphonic Fantasia - In Memory of Martyrs for Truth; Sketches in the Mountains of Guizhou; Symphony No. 4 ( 1995 ) Lake View on a Moonlit Autumn Night ( 1996 ) MASTERPIECES on Chinese Wind Instruments: A Visit to Suzhou ( 2004 ) Master of Chinese Traditional Music: Di Flute Perform Fish Xunfa ( 2005 ) [2] Song Of Plum Blossom ( 2006 ) Compilations: Treasure of Traditional Music Vol. 3 ( 1997 ) Anthology Of Chinese Traditional and Folk Music: DIZI Vol.

5 ( 1994 ) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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