Erhu history

When it comes to huqin, people are familiar with it. So far, folk drum artists have a saying: Dou Mi Suona, Tam 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. China is a...
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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. Liu Tianhua integrates European music theory and performance skills, according to the characteristics of Chinese folk music and the violin, he tuned the erhu into d and a, and innovated the performance skills of the erhu, expanded the expressive power of the ...
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Erhu began in the Tang Dynasty and has a history of more than 1,000 years. The Xi people living in northeastern China transformed the instrument from the Han people into the Xiqin. Song Dynasty scholar Chen Yang recorded in the "Book of Music" "Xiqin Ben Hu Le also..." Tang Dynasty poet Cen Shen contained the verse of "The Chinese army buys wine and drinks to return guests. Huqin, pipa and Qian...
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