Hulusi is a free reed wind instrument from China. The hulusi was originally used primarily in Yunnan province by the Dai ethnic group who call it “bilangdao” and other ethnic-minority groups of southern China, but has gained nationwide popularity throughout China, similar to the popularity of the harmonica in the West, and “improved” versions have been produced outside of the indigenous realms Like the related free reed pipe called bawu, the hulusi has a very pure, clarinet-like sound. (Quoted from wikipedia)
This piece is led by hulusi, and accompanied with piano and western orchestration, depicting the pretty and cute little dragon girl is playing and dancing along the river happily.
Suitable for children projects.