Organized by 夜夜 on 2022-03-02
Wu Lin, a native of Yingkou City, is a young performer of the Central Chinese Orchestra. Vice President of Konghou Association of Chinese Musicians Association.
Born in a musical family in Yingkou City in 1979, he started learning Guzheng at the age of 6, under the tutelage of Mr. Zuo Changan and Professor Yang Nani.
Since 1991, he has entered the secondary school attached to Shenyang Conservatory of Music and has an undergraduate degree. For ten years, he has studied Konghou and harp with Professor Le Pingqiu. Her guzheng and Konghou have won first prizes in various national instrumental music competitions and art festivals.
Lu Lu, born in 1987, a native of Henan, graduated from the China Conservatory of Music, and is the vice chairman of the Konghou Professional Committee of the Chinese National Orchestra Society.
Luo Aikonghou is an up master in the music area of station B. He currently has a total of 61,000 fans. His videos are mainly composed of Konghou renditions, spanning traditional Chinese famous songs, animation, and the second dimension.
Cui Junzhi, the world's chief Konghou player, was originally a national first-class player of the Central Chinese Orchestra. Adjunct professor of China Conservatory of Music, Central Conservatory of Music and Artistic Director of China International Konghou Ensemble.
Heart-warming, happy~ Shenyang Conservatory of Music has a master's degree in Konghou performance. Lao Fan, who plays Konghou next door, is an up-master of Konghou playing at station B. Currently, he has a total of 54,000 fans. , and his representative works include "Left Finger Moon" and "Big Fish".
Involving musical instruments
Konghou (pinyin: kōnghóu) Konghou (also known as Konghou or Kanhou) is an ancient Chinese traditional stringed musical instrument, which originated in the Han Dynasty, but fell out of fashion after the 14th century and gradually disappeared.
The vertical konghou (pinyin: shù kōng hóu) is an ancient Chinese plucked stringed musical instrument. The vertical-headed Konghou, also known as Hu Konghou, was introduced from the Western Regions around the time of Emperor Ling of the Han Dynasty.
Organized by 橘子猫 on 2023-10-23
The Pipa is graceful, the Konghou is graceful... Two representative Musical Instruments that blend Chinese and Western on the ancient Silk Road are also attracting attention in international musical instrument exhibitions today.
Organized by 弥光 on 2022-06-20
Li Ping was a disciple of Liyuan, and he was famous for his skill at playing Konghou. "Once the emperor sees each other once a day, the princes and generals will greet him immediately", and his worth seems to be far higher than that of the famous singer Li Guinian in the prosperous Tang Dynasty.
Organized by 橘子猫 on 2022-06-20
The legend of Konghou City not only has its beautiful legends, but also has historical sites full of mystery. Moreover, Konghou musical instruments are still widely used on the big stage of music.
Organized by 尘夕 on 2022-06-20
Konghou has a history of more than 3,000 years in our country. China's "Old Tang Book·Music Records" contains: "Konghou, made by Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty, was made by the music person Hou Tiao, and it is called the Taiyi Temple... Its sound is splendid, and it is called Kanghou, the sound is falsely called Konghou".
Organized by 亦寒 on 2022-06-20
Intangible cultural heritage work is first and foremost a perseverance. It is the persistence of the entire Chinese nation to traditional culture, and it is also the persistence of every intangible heritage inheritor to the intangible cultural heritage projects he is engaged in.