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Erhu audition

Erhu (Pinyin: Erhu) originated in the Tang Dynasty, called "Xiqin", and has a history of more than a thousand years. It is a traditional Chinese stringed instrument. Erhu, or Erxian Huqin, also known as "Nanhu" and "Omzi", is one of the main bowed and stringed instruments (wiping strings) in the Chinese national musical instrument family.

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  • origin time:Tang Dynasty, China
  • timbre:Soothing, Bright, Powerful
  • type:stringed instrument
  • origin:China
  • Chinese name:二胡
  • alias:Hu Qin,Xi Qin,Ji Qin
  • famous song:Two Springs Reflecting the Moon, Good Night, Ting Song, Horse Racing, Grape Ripe
  • Applied discipline:music performance
  • foreign name:Erhu fiddle (English), Erhu (meaning)
  • Applicable fields:Solo, folk music
  • pinyin:èr hú
history
Folk drum artists have a saying: Dou Mi suona, Dan Mi Huqin. That is to say, if you learn to play the suona, you can master it after eating a bucket of rice, and if you learn to play the huqin, you need to eat a load of rice. It shows that learning to play the huqin is not achieved overnight, it takes a lot of effort.
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Huqin was renamed Erhu only in modern times. For more than half a century, the level of erhu performance has entered a prosperous period.
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Erhu began in the Tang Dynasty and has a history of more than a thousand years. The Xi people living in northeastern China transformed the instrument from the Han people into the Xiqin.
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sheet music
Organized by 花昼 on 2022-09-17
Organized by 愛 on 2022-09-15
Organized by 长恭 on 2022-07-21
Organized by 日记里的汤姆 on 2022-07-21
Organized by 陌上花 on 2022-06-20
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Xiong Qi, Director of the Instrumental Music Teaching and Research Section of the Conservatory of Music of Changsha University, young backbone teacher of ordinary colleges and universities in Hunan Province, double qualified teacher, and national first-class performer; President of Huqin Professional Committee of Hunan Ethnic Orchestra Association.
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Xianyin Erhu is an Erhu master, professional performer and educator. He has his own channel account at station B and has 11,000 fans.
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Huo Xiaojun was born in Tianjin and is a national first-class performer. She began to study erhu at the age of 8. Due to her outstanding performance, she successfully entered the China Opera and Dance Theatre after graduating from university. In 2001, she was invited to join the "Twelve Girls Band" and became "the only member of the group who did not sign a contract". .
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Lu Yiwen, a Chinese erhu player, a young erhu teacher at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, a director of the Erhu Society of the Chinese National Orchestra Society, and the winner of the Golden Bell Award, the highest award of Chinese music, and the Wenhua Award.
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Qi Jianda, male, born in 1954. Jiangsu Nanjing native, Han nationality, erhu performer, educator, national first-class actor.
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news
After 90 guy superb, since childhood to Erhu "special liking". His hometown, Lequan Village, Miaoshan Town, Tancheng County, Linyi City, Shandong Province, is famous for its erhu making.
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A few days ago, the erhu performer Ma Xiaohui pulled the strings, and an immersive cultural salon full of Shanghai style was opened here. It also announced the official establishment of the Ma Xiaohui Special Fund for Culture and Art of the Shanghai Soong Ching Ling Foundation.
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Erhu has only two strings, but it can be seen deep in simplicity, sad in tension, innovation in wisdom. Putting aside worldly labels and stereotypes, Ma Xiaohui lets his erhu shed its traditional and modern barriers, bridge Chinese and Western cultures, and deliver healing power.
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It has become a trend of the times for China's national musical instrument performance competition to become "international", which indicates that China's national musical instruments have had a broad international influence, and it has become a microcosm of building a "cultural power".
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On January 5, Zhang Qiang opened a three year long large-scale erhu solo concert. In the nearly two hour concert, he used the erhu in his hands to give the greatest "resonance". "This concert is a 'summary' of my 40 years," Zhang Qiang said.
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