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The sanxian has three strings in total, hence the name "Sanxian". Chinese traditional plucked instruments were also introduced to Ryukyu, Japan and other places. He plays the main instrument in operas such as Kunqu Opera, Huaihai Opera, Daxianzi Opera, etc.

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  • Pinyin:sān xián qín
  • Types of:plucked instruments
  • foreign name:Sanxian
history
The sanxian, also known as the sanxian, is a plucked instrument. There is a special guqin in the old site of the Liuping branch in Wushan of the Communist Party of China. During the Long March, local party organizations used it to send signals to the outside world to cover the safe passage of the Red Army through Wushan.
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Sanxian is also a traditional Manchu musical instrument. For example, it is recorded in the "Emperor Manchu Ceremony to Sacrifice God and Heaven" that Sanxian is used as one of the musical instruments to play Kagura. He Changlin, a scholar of the People's Republic of China, advocated that the sanxian was invented by the Manchus.
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sheet music
Organized by 左树 on 2022-04-15
Organized by 花昼 on 2022-04-15
Organized by 钟离 on 2022-03-03
works collection
CT. - 25 views
一杯清酒 - 22 views
夏浩东 - 66 views
阿蘅 - 41 views
artist
Wang Yu is a sanxian performer of the China Broadcasting Art Troupe, the vice chairman of the Sanxian Professional Committee of the Chinese Nationalities Orchestra Society, a director of the Chinese Nationalities Orchestra Society, a director of the Chinese Drama Literature Society, and a member of the Chinese Musicians Association.
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Huang Guifang was born on September 22, 1963. He studied music since childhood. In 1977, he was admitted to the Middle School Attached to the Central Conservatory of Music to study Sanxian. In 1982, he was admitted to the Department of Instrumental Music of the China Conservatory of Music for the undergraduate degree and graduated with honors.
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Bai Fengyan (1899-1975), a native of Beijing, was a Chinese quyi string master, composer, sanxian and northern school pipa player. The representative work "Luo Cheng called Guan".
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Xiao Jiansheng Male, born in October 1928, from Hunan Province. Professor of China Conservatory of Music. In 1952, he graduated from the Central South Army Art College. Now engaged in the national instrumental sanxian major.
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Xu Fengxia, an internationally renowned Chinese female musician and an important figure in Chinese contemporary classical music, now lives in Germany and graduated from the famous Shanghai Conservatory of Music. She mainly plays four kinds of instruments: Guzheng, Sanxian, Qixian Guqin and Liuqin.
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news
Put on the drum stand, tune the three strings, the drums start, the three strings move... On the 5th, at the New Era Civilization Practice Station in Tayayi Village, Tayayi Township, Laiyuan County, Hebei Province, Jin You and Wang Shumin, two octogenarians The Xihe drum performance officially opened.
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Changshu is known as "the first book dock in the south of the Yangtze River". Once, there was an old saying in the Pingtan circle: storytellers walking on the dock in Changshu can stay for three consecutive years. This remark not only shows the large number of bookstores in Changshu, but also shows how enthusiastic people in Changshu are to listen to books. There is even a saying that "Pingtan artists do not pass through Changshu Wharf and are not considered to be loud stalls". All of these are enough to explain the prosperity of Changshu Pingtan market and the high level of audience appreciation.
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Listening to books is the way of life of Suzhou people. When we talk about listening to books, we mean appreciating Suzhou Pingtan, which is the collective name of Suzhou Pinghua and Suzhou Tanci. Pingtan has a history of more than 200 years since the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty, and is known as "the most beautiful voice in China". Geographically, Pingtan does not have Jiaxing in the south, Changzhou in the west, Changshu in the north, and Songjiang in the east.
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"Joke Tan" is a form of folk singing, which has the form of opera. Its performances are often interspersed in the middle of Meihu plays, appearing at the request of the audience.
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After the Chinese sanxian was introduced into Ryukyu, it developed into three lines; after the three lines were introduced into Japan, it developed into shamisen. In Japan, there is a habit of referring to "shamisen" as "sanxian".
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