500 Ming Dynasty guqin stunning display in Guangxi, the melody of the violin curls back to the classical rhyme

46 views · Organized by 迷雾风暴 on 2024-06-12

A few days ago, the reporter learned from the Guangxi Guqin Culture Research Association that a Ming Dynasty guqin with more than 500 years of history recently appeared in the "landscape into the string breeze rhyme - Bagui elegant rhyme Guangxi Yinbo 2024 intangible cultural heritage Collection" activities and "Introduction to Chinese Guqin" special lecture. The citizens who participated in the activity said that through participation in the activity, they have a deeper understanding of the charm of guqin art, but also more cherish and inherit the excellent traditional Chinese culture.

500 Ming Dynasty guqin stunning display in Guangxi, the melody of the violin curls back to the classical rhyme

The highlight of this collection is a guqin dating back more than 500 years from the Chenghua period of the Ming Dynasty. This piano is a famous Japanese guqin, scholar Sakata Shin-ichi old hide. In 2014, Sakata Jinyi asked Pei Jinbao to repair it, and after its completion in 2016, it has been collected by Zhong Weiming, president of Guangdong Zhanjiang Guqin Society. Zeng Xin, the founder of Yixi Yunqin Museum, brought this guqin to the audience and wrote the "Pingsha Falling Wild Goose" by borrowing the Yuzhi of Honghu. This song will be the climax of this intangible heritage Guqin elegant collection activity, showing the profound heritage and unique charm of Guqin art. It is also in line with the theme of this year's Cultural and Natural Heritage Day "Protecting cultural relics and inheriting civilization".

It is reported that the annual Guangxi National Music Museum intangible heritage Guqin Ya collection series activities have lasted for 6 years. At present, the event has become a guqin music feast of Guangxi Guqin art, and is also the largest local Guqin activity in Guangxi.

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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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