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 The Dai Hu range pitch is equivalent to that of the cello. Orchestration was lacking bass instruments until Dai Hu was introduced. In China a cello was used to fill the space of the bass instruments, the instrument has retained the look of the Chinese string instrument, but added the bass sound. This instrument was developed by Mr, Li in Liverpool with the youth project

 


The award winning Pagoda Chinese Youth Orchestra performs around the world.


It is the first and largest Chinese Youth Orchestra in Europe. Their unique sound and joyous melodies give their audiences a flavour of both Chinese and Western, & ancient, and modern experimental fusion.Throughout the years, many young people between the ages of 4 to 20 have learnt to play Chinese musical instruments. Its not just about music but about learning and sharing their rich cultural heritage. 


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