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Pipa (pinyin: pí pa), the first plucked instrument, is a traditional plucked instrument in East Asia, a plucked stringed musical instrument. Made of wood or bamboo, the speaker is half-pear-shaped and has four strings on the top. It was originally made of silk thread, but now it is mostly made of steel wire, steel rope and nylon.

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  • Pinyin:
  • Classification:plucked instruments
  • Representative track:
  • type:five-string, four-string, harp
  • school:Wuxi School, Pinghu School, Pudong School, Wang School
history
Since ancient times, Wang Zhaojun in literary and artistic works has always accompanied the pipa. However, Zhaojun, who is commonly seen in modern dramas, paintings, sculptures and other artistic images, is accompanied by a half-pear-shaped pipa that came only four hundred years later than her, which is inconsistent with historical facts.
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The sweeping technique is the basic playing skill of the pipa. Today, I will introduce the origin of the sweeping technique.
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I still remember that at the beginning of the TV series "Twelve Hours in Chang'an", on the streets of Chang'an, there was a pavilion, and a woman with red makeup was sitting against the window, holding the four-stringed pipa horizontally, plucking the strings with her hands, and the reverberation lingering around the beam for a long time.
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"Pipa Xing" by Bai Juyi in Tang Dynasty. When the writer was demoted to Sima in Jiangzhou (now Jiujiang, Jiangxi), he came across a former Chang'an famous singer. He heard her play the pipa and described the wandering and desolation after aging and fading. From this, he proclaimed that "the same people from the end of the world, meet each other." Why did you ever know each other?" sighed. The narrative is smooth and tactful, and the text is beautiful. It is a famous long narrative poem in ancient times.
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Pipa is divided into five factions: Wuxi School, Pinghu School, Pudong School, Chongming School, and Wang School.
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sheet music
Organized by 小饼干 on 2022-06-30
Organized by chen on 2022-06-05
Organized by 阿蘅 on 2022-06-05
Organized by 雨童 on 2022-06-04
works collection
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阿蘅 - 18 views
薄暮 - 25 views
artist
LAN Weiwei, born in May 1980, studied at the Affiliated Middle School of Sichuan Conservatory of Music from 1992 to 1998. She has long been the chief of the strumming section of the Youth Chinese Orchestra of the Central Conservatory of Music.
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Yu Yuanchun, female, teacher of the Central Conservatory of Music, the first doctor of pipa from the Central Conservatory of Music, director of the Chinese Ethnic Orchestral Society, pipa player of the National Orchestra of China, UNESCO special artist.
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Wu Bing, a pipa player, a Chinese living in France, the first recipient of the "Angel of Chinese Culture" who spread Chinese culture in France.
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Graduated from Sichuan Conservatory of Music majoring in pipa, he is more beautiful than Qin Huai, and the master of Pipa Up at station B: Jumo Peanut Butter. Is a new generation of traditional Chinese music performers.
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Zhang Yadi is a young Chinese pipa performer, a pipa teacher at Tianjin Conservatory of Music, a master’s degree from the Central Conservatory of Music, and the first BOB top-notch innovative talent of the Central Conservatory of Music.
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news
"Sunset Xiao Gu", also known as "Xunyang Night Moon" or "Spring River Flower Moon Night", is a highly representative classic of ancient Chinese pipa music.
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Pipeggio "Flying Flowers" is a very poetic and pictorial masterpiece in traditional Chinese music. With its fresh and elegant melody, it shows the exquisite description and unique feeling of the ancient literati on the beauty of nature.
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The Piarpeggio "Zhaojun Out" is a masterpiece of historical significance and dramatic tension in traditional Chinese music. It narrates the historical event of Wang Zhaojun, one of the four beautiful women in ancient China, marrying Xiongnu and promoting peace between Han and Hungary with rich musical language.
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The pipeggio "Yueergao" is one of the most popular songs in Chinese classical music. It is loved by many music fans for its melodious and profound artistic conception. This song originated from the Pipa song of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Through the unique musical language, it depicts a picture of peace and tranquility under the bright moonlight.
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The pipa solo "Snow in the Spring" is a shining pearl in the treasure house of Chinese national music, and is a classic pipa masterpiece that has been passed down through the ages and enjoys worldwide fame. Its name comes from Song Yu's "Ask the King of Chu" in the Warring States Period, which symbolizes the elegant and delicate artistic realm, profound meaning and beautiful melody, and has always been regarded as the best pipa art of "Yangchun Snow" style.
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