Fang Qin

Organized by 黑猫不是喵 on 2022-03-17
Introduction to Fang Qin(zhong)Master music educator

Fang Qin, born in October 1969, from Wuhan, Hubei Province, doctor of history, researcher. Bachelor of Archaeology from Peking University, Doctor of History from Wuhan University, part-time doctoral tutor of Wuhan University. He is currently the director of the Hubei Provincial Museum and the director of the Hubei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology.

Graduated from Peking University in 1991. In 2018, he graduated from Wuhan University with a Ph.D.

In May 2013, he served as director of Hubei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology and director of Hubei Provincial Museum.

He presided over the excavation of the Guojiamiao cemetery and the Sujialong cemetery, and obtained the top ten new archaeological discoveries in the country in 2015 and the six new archaeological discoveries in the country in 2017 respectively.

He is the author of "History and Culture of Zeng State - From "Left and Right Civil and Military" to "Left and Right Chu King", and constructs the little-known history of Zeng State based on archaeological data.

Editor-in-chief of "Zengguo Archaeological Discovery and Research", "Mumu Zenghou - Zengguo Cemetery in Guojiamiao, Zaoyang", "Jinancheng Archaeological Discovery", "Ritual and Music China - Shang and Zhou Bronze Ware in Hubei Provincial Museum", Sanmiao and Nantu - Important Archaeological Harvests during the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan" Period of Hubei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology" and many other academic works.

Member of the expert group and sub-project host of the Yejiashan Zengguo Cemetery Archaeological Research Expert Group, a major national scientific research project.

Presided over the key projects of the National Social Science Fund "Zaoyang Guojiamiao Cemetery Excavation Report (2014-2016)", "Archaeological China - Major Research Project of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage" "Research on the Civilization Process in the Middle Reaches of the Yangtze River", and the National Social Science Fund Major Project He is a member of the research group of the project "Organization and Research of Metallurgical Handicraft Archaeological Data in the Central Plains and Frontier Areas in the Pre-Qin Period", and has published dozens of academic articles such as "Archaeological Observations on the History of Zeng Kingdom".

Reference materials and contributors

Involving musical instruments

The chime (pinyin: Zhōng) is a traditional Chinese percussion instrument that began in the Bronze Age. The bells are cast in bronze, and different bells are arranged according to size and hang on a huge bell stand. Chimes are often used in combination with chimes; the "gold" in "Sound of Gold and Stone" refers to chimes, and "stone" refers to chimes.

Involved portfolio

Involved news

Organized by Fucui on 2022-10-10
In order to promote Chinese traditional culture, Chongqing China Three Gorges Museum recently launched an online lecture on the theme of the exhibition "A Bell Qin at First Sight - From Palace Ritual Music to Literati's Elegance", which has been highly praised by many zither lovers.
read >>
Organized by 孤勇者 on 2022-09-09
On September 9th, the exhibition "Gongqin at First Sight - From Court Rituals to Literati Yaxing" will be held at the China Three Gorges Museum in Chongqing. Meet.
read >>
Organized by 愛 on 2022-07-11
Recently, the album "Chime Bells and Symphony - Ritual Music of Bells" published by Shanghai Music Publishing House was launched on the platform of "Learning to Strengthen the Country". The album has a total of 12 works, which combine traditional Chinese music material and Western symphonic music thinking.
read >>
Organized by 九曲 on 2022-06-23
Recently, Hubei Provincial Museum, together with Jianghan University and Wuhan Qintai Piano Museum, held a double intangible cultural heritage concert of "Carillon" at the Chime Bell Concert Hall in the South Main Building of Hubei Provincial Museum on World Cultural and Natural Heritage Day.
read >>
Organized by 一杯清酒 on 2022-05-23
Music is an important part of Chinese excellent traditional culture and the psychological basis for the formation of Chinese traditional concept of harmony. On May 18, it was officially launched in the temporary exhibition hall on the second floor of the North Hall of Hubei Provincial Museum.
read >>