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zhuqin (Dao Qin)

Bamboo qin (Dao Qin)) (pinyin: zhú qín) has a long history and can be traced back to the "Tao Qing" in the Tang Dynasty, that is, the Taoist affairs and Taoist feelings described by Taoist priests when they preached or recruited.

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  • Chinese name:bamboo piano
  • alias:Daoqin, fishing drum
  • Types of:percussion
  • pinyin:zhú qín
history
The original name of Zhuqin is Daoqing, and its native place is most likely Sichuan, because the earliest Taoism genre, Wudoumi Dao (also known as Tianshi Dao), was born in Heming Mountain (a Huming Mountain) in Dayi County, Sichuan. During the initial period of Wudou Rice Dao (the period of Zhang Ling and his sons, Sun Zhangheng and Zhang Lu), the "Zhi (decision) Jiaozhai", "Tu Tanzhai" and other fasting rituals developed into twelve fastings in the Southern and Northern Dynasties, and formed a system including "Buxu". Taoist music including phonology".
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Mr. Luo Dachun is a native Chengdu native, director of the intangible cultural heritage office of Sichuan Quyi Research Institute, and inheritor of Sichuan's intangible cultural heritage "Sichuan Zhuqin".
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Zhang Yonggui, male, born in 1933.4, is the representative inheritor of Sichuan Zhuqin, a representative project of national intangible cultural heritage.
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Hua Guoxiu, female, born on August 13, 1937, is the representative inheritor of the second batch of national intangible cultural heritage projects of Sichuan Zhuqin.
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Xie Huiren, born in 1945, is a native of Chengdu. In 1964, he studied with Yang Qingwen, a famous Sichuan bamboo qin artist, a national second-class actor, a national intangible cultural heritage protection project "Sichuan Bamboo Qin", and a representative inheritor of Sichuan's intangible cultural heritage.
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Mr. Luo Dachun is a native Chengdu native, director of the intangible cultural heritage office of Sichuan Quyi Research Institute, and inheritor of Sichuan's intangible cultural heritage "Sichuan Zhuqin".
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Zhang Yonggui is a representative inheritor of Sichuan Zhuqin national intangible cultural heritage. He was born in 1933 and lives in Wulitun Community, Chadianzi Street. In 1945, he followed Zhao Youcheng, the inheritor of the "Jia School" bamboo qin, to learn the art of bamboo qin.
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A cheongsam, graceful and graceful, and independent from the world; a bamboo qin, singing around the beam, melodious and unforgettable; life is graceful, stars hold the moon, and the glorious years are dedicated to the bamboo qin.
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Huanghua fishing drum is a kind of traditional rap art, which belongs to the form of board cavity folk art. It originated in Fengjiabao by the Bohai Bay and is sung in local coastal fishing villages. In 2006, Huanghua's fishing drum was included in the provincial intangible cultural heritage list.
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On March 17, the 2022 Suining Traditional Quyi Hundred Talents Program Public Welfare Training Course officially opened. At the opening ceremony, Ding Dang, the vice chairman of the China Quyi Artists Association, the vice chairman of the Provincial Federation of Literary and Art Circles, and the chairman of the Provincial Music Association, was invited to attend.
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