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Here are pictures of the dizi. I don't know what's written.

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They were carved in 篆體。

The first photo is 絲竹神韻.
* 絲 here means stringed instruments (絃樂器).
* 竹 means wind instruments made from bamboo (竹製管樂器).
* 絲竹 widely means traditional Chinese musical instruments.
* 神韻 wonderful rhyme, beautiful sound

The second one is 王益(?)高(maker)製.

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