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Guqin

Guqin (pinyin: Gǔ Qín) is a traditional Chinese musical instrument with a history of at least 3,500 years. Guqin is also known as Yaoqin, Yuqin and Seven-stringed Qin. The guqin has 13 emblems that mark the rhythm, and is also a ritual and musical instrument. It belongs to the silk in the octave. Guqin has a wide range, deep timbre and long aftertone.

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  • Chinese name:Guqin
  • Origin:China
  • origin time:West Monday Spring and Autumn
  • On behalf of the pianist:Boya, Confucius, Shikuang, Liezi
  • famous song:Xiaoxiang Shuiyun, Guangling San, flowing water, fisherman Q&A, Pingsha falling geese
  • nickname:Yaoqin, Yuqin, Lyre
  • founder:It is said to be Fuxi, Shennong, Emperor Shun, etc.
history
In the history of ancient Chinese music, there was a blind musician who was famous for his extraordinary musical ability and ability to distinguish sounds. He was Shi Kuang, a musician in the State of Jin during the Spring and Autumn Period. The story of Shi Kuang's sound discrimination is not only a miracle of musical perception, but also an ode to wisdom and spiritual depth.
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In the history of ancient Chinese music, Guqin is not only a musical instrument, but also a carrier of culture. Its development process contains rich historical and humanistic feelings. Among them, the story of "King Wen of Zhou and King Wu of Zhou plus Xian" not only reflects the evolution of the shape and system of Guqin, but also reflects the virtue and governance concept of the two Kings.
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In the long history of China, Guqin is not only the carrier of music, but also the symbol of culture and philosophy. Among them, the story about "Shun making Banjo" not only carries the memory of the ancient sages, but also reflects the ancient society's yearning for harmony and virtue. This story, like an ancient song through time and space, echoes in the hearts of every lover of traditional culture.
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In the ancient times, Fuxi, the cultural ancestor of the Chinese nation, with his outstanding wisdom and profound insight into the universe, created a far-reaching artistic initiative -- piano making. This legend is like a bright pearl inlaid in the long history of Chinese civilization, and is still praised by later generations.
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During the Wei and Jin Dynasties, the guqin was favored by the celebrities of the Wei and Jin Dynasties. From the "Seven Sons of Jian'an" to the "Seven Sages of Bamboo Forest", and then to a large number of celebrities in the two Jin Dynasties, or qin books to entertain themselves, or qin wine to relieve worries, making friends with qin has become common.
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sheet music
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works collection
象牙山首富 - 37 views
卷鹅 - 34 views
未知领地 - 40 views
日记里的汤姆 - 33 views
九曲 - 51 views
artist
Yang Qing, a famous guqin master and music educator, was born in August 1951.
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Ni Shiyun, a native of Haimen District, Nantong City, Jiangsu Province, China's famous contemporary qin mojo, the fourth generation inheritor of the Mei 'an Qin School, the representative inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage of Jiangsu Province "Guqin art" (Mei 'an Qin school), serves as the director of the Chinese Kunqu Opera Guqin Research Institute and the executive director of the Chinese Qin Association.
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Yang Qiong, the word Yu Rong, Yushan Qin school successor, South Yuqin Club president, operation aman for more than ten years, good at qin songs. He is currently the vice president of Shenzhen Guqin Association, member of Shenzhen Ethnic Orchestral Association, lecturer of Shenzhen University School of Continuing Education and so on.
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Yang Zhijian, Guqin maker and performer. Born in Shanghai in July 1974. National first-class performer; representative inheritor of Shanghai intangible cultural heritage "Guqin-making skills"; vice-chairman of Shanghai Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Association. Winner of "Shanghai Craftsman" and "May 1st Labor Medal" in 2017.
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Huang Deyuan, inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage "Zhejiang style guqin" and "Wenzhou dialect recitation".
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news
When selecting a guqin, the timbre quality is often the primary criterion to judge its quality, because the timbre is not only related to the artistic expression of the guqin, but also deeply rooted in the unique pursuit of music aesthetics in traditional Chinese culture. Here are some basic timbre elements to consider when choosing a guqin.
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Guqin, as an ancient string instrument in China, has sophisticated fingering and contains profound aesthetic and philosophical ideas. In the process of learning Guqin, in addition to mastering correct fingering skills, avoiding mistakes is equally important. The following are five taboos that should be paid special attention to in Guqin fingerings.
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With the arrival of the hot summer, for the guqin friends, how to do a good job in the hot and humid season of guqin maintenance is particularly important. Guqin as a traditional Chinese wooden chord instrument, its material is very sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity, so the correct maintenance of guqin in summer can not only extend the life of the instrument, but also maintain its pure timbre.
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Among Chinese classical instruments, Guqin is highly respected by the world because of its profound cultural heritage and unique sound charm. The right-handed sound picking in its playing technique shows the characteristics of Guqin music, which is flexible and changeable and has profound charm. The right hand techniques of Guqin are rich and varied, including breaking, supporting, picking, hook, picking, beating, picking and other techniques, each technique contains high artistic and profound musical expression.
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In Guqin art, the unique fingering technique is not only the core of the playing technique, but also the key to the expression of musical meaning and emotional flow. Among them, "snake walking and crane walking" as an advanced and extremely artistic expression of guqin fingering, deeply respected and loved by the piano players.
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