zhuqin (Dao Qin) overview

zhuqin (Dao Qin) Zhuqin (Daoqin)) (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 Taoists when they preached or recruited.

Mainly popular in Hubei Mianyang, Wuhan, Yichang, Qidong in Hunan, Anhui Jieshou, Taihe, Yingshang, Linquan, Fuyang, Bozhou, Guoyang, Lixin, Mengcheng and Shenqiu and Xiangcheng in Henan Province , Zhoukou, Taikang, Dancheng and other places.

When playing, it is mostly in a sitting position. The left hand holds one end of the bamboo qin or lays it flat on the table and the ground. The right hand holds a small bamboo stick to strike the bamboo skin strings.
  • Chinese name:bamboo piano
  • alias:Daoqin, fishing drum
  • Types of:percussion
  • pinyin:zhú qín

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