Organized by 橘子猫 on 2022-06-16
Yu Lefu, gaohu performer, master degree, lecturer of gaohu in Xinghai Conservatory of Music, director of chamber music teaching and research section, director of Huqin Professional Committee of Chinese National Orchestra Society, and editorial board member of Gaohu volume editorial board of "Chinese Music Encyclopedia". Under the tutelage of Yu Qiwei, Chen Guoguo, Bu Canrong and Xiao Yan.
During the school, he studied under Yu Qiwei, Chen Guoguo, Bu Canrong and other tutors. He has won the "Performance Award", the highest award of China's 4th "Wenhua Award", the "Performance Award" (Silver Award) in the first China's First National Instrumental and Folk Music Combination Exhibition, and the 2015 China "Golden Huqin" Huqin Small Works Exhibition "Performance Award" Bronze Award" etc. He led the "Nanting Club Cantonese Music Group" to win a number of awards and was active on the stage at home and abroad, and was known as the successor of the new generation of Cantonese music. In 2009, he went to the UK with the Royal Liverpool Symphony Orchestra to premiere the huqin work "Cow Bow" by British composer Ian Stephens, which was a great success. He collaborated with Guangdong Chinese Orchestra (2012) and Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra (2014) to perform the Gaohu Concerto "Bauhinia" (Gu Guanren). He also recorded gaohu and orchestral "The Feeling of Double Strings", "Five Heads" and other albums. In recent years, the works of Gaohu and Orchestra - "Water Clouds in Autumn River", "Treading the Rain in the Heart" and "Cantonese String Exercise" have won many honors such as China's "Guangdong Music Creation Competition" and "Golden Huqin Award". Yu published academic papers such as "Re-examination of Traditional Values" and "Exploration of the Innovation Crisis of Contemporary Gaohu Works", which have attracted a lot of attention in the industry. At the same time, a group of rookies in Cantonese music have been trained in the teaching. They have won the national "Wenhua Award", "Golden Bell Award" and other competition awards, becoming a new force in inheriting and developing Cantonese music.
Qiu He couple (1880-1942), Guangdong music performer, composer, educator, one of the founders of Guangdong music. Good at Yangqin, Erxian, Suona, Gaohu, etc.
Tang Yubin, former director of the Folk Music Department of Shenyang Conservatory of Music, postgraduate tutor, gaohu and erhu performer. Member of China Musicians Association.
Yu Qiwei, male, Han nationality, born in 1953 from Kaiping, Guangdong. Member of China Musicians Association. In 1972, he majored in Gaohu at Guangdong People's Art Institute.
Lu Jiachi (1916-1996) is a master of Cantonese music in Hong Kong who combines composition, conductor, performance and theory. Musical and talented.
Zhu Hai, a gaohu virtuoso who was once called "Three Gaohus" together with Liu Tianyi and Shen Wei, has passed away.
Involving musical instruments
It is the abbreviation of "Treble Erhu". Its shape, structure, bowing technique, and playing symbols used are the same as those of Erhu, except that the qin barrel (resonance box) is slightly smaller than that of erhu, and part of the qin barrel is usually sandwiched between two legs. play.
Organized by 左树 on 2022-05-12
Gaohu is a musical instrument, which is the abbreviation of "high-pitched erhu". Its shape, structure, bowing technique and technique, as well as the playing symbols used, are all the same as those of erhu, except that the qin barrel (sound box) is slightly smaller than that of erhu. The legs are played with a part of the violin tube in between.
Organized by 钟离 on 2022-05-12
The way of playing the gaohu in Cantonese music was first adopted by Mr. Lu Wencheng, a master of Cantonese music. At first, the leading instrument of Cantonese music was not the gaohu, but the "two strings", which resembled the larger Jinghu.
Organized by Susan on 2022-04-21
The gaohu is a high-pitched stringed instrument, so its timbre is crisp and bright, and it is good at expressing lyrical, cheerful and gorgeous melodies; while the erhu has a softer timbre and is a bass instrument, which is more suitable for performing sad melodies. Generally speaking: the voice of the gaohu is a little sharper, the voice of the erhu is a little thicker, the timbre of the gaohu is higher than that of the erhu, and the gaohu has the characteristics of strong Cantonese music.
Organized by 凉凉月色 on 2022-03-14
Gaohu is a high-pitched stringed instrument. Its shape, structure, bowing technique, and playing symbols are the same as those of the erhu, except that the qin barrel (resonance box) is slightly smaller than that of the erhu. .
Organized by Eno Elvis on 2022-03-07
Zhang Jiawei, a huqin performer from the Shanghai Chinese Orchestra, held a special Huqin music exchange at the small theater of the Taijiang District Cultural Center. At the scene, in the style of a talk show, he gave everyone 7 Huqin instruments in one breath: the Erquanqin specially tailored for the performance of "Erquan Reflecting the Moon", the coconut shell made of coconut shells for the speaker, and the Jinghu, Zhonghu, Erhu, Guangdong Gaohu, Xiqin.