Fang Jinlong

Organized by 琪琪 on 2022-02-09
Introduction to Fang Jinlong(guqin,wuxianpipa,naxipipa,xiqin,pipa,chiba)Master performer,composer

Fang Jinlong (1963-), a native of Anqing, Anhui Province, a famous Chinese pipa player, a representative of modern five-string pipa, one of the "Four Heavenly Kings of Chinese Music", is now the "Jinlong Music Studio" of the Guangdong Provincial Art Institute Artistic Director.

Fang Jinlong has many unique developments and innovations in pipa playing skills. His performance is unique, with equal emphasis on passion and charm, and he is good at reflecting different characteristics and styles. He made the long-lost five-stringed lute and registered a patent based on historical data excavations, and is known as the master of the five-stringed lute.

He has published dozens of personal CD albums successively, such as "Pipa Xing", "Silent Night Thoughts", "Lin'an Regret", "House of Flying Daggers" and so on. Papers and monographs such as "Five-string Pipa Playing Method" and "Fang's Ruan Xian Fingering Method" have been published at home and abroad.
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