The contention of a hundred schools of thought can play a strong role in promoting academic development.
Qin culture is naturally the same. Qin culture itself is a very personalized art, and the styles of Qin artists from different regions and different teachers are different from each other. The styles of qinists in the same region and under the same teacher also have their own characteristics and are not the same. For the same piece, different pianists will have different understandings and form different styles. Therefore, in the field of piano, there are also schools of thought.
There are ten famous sects, namely
1. Jinling School: Originated from the royal musicians of the Ming Dynasty, it is a unique Guqin school based on the long-term Guqin culture in Jinling. Full of royal style.
2. Zhejiang School: The ancient Zhejiang school Guqin art originated in the Southern Song Dynasty, and its founder was Guo Chuwang. Xu Tianmin's family passed down for four generations in the Yuan and Ming Dynasties, and pushed the Zhejiang style Guqin art to the peak. After entering the Qing Dynasty, the Zhejiang-style guqin art gradually declined. The Zhejiang style guqin performance pursues the timbre of "subtle, subtle, round and smooth", takes the artistic realm of "clear, subtle, light and distant" as its guide, and pursues the artistic conception of elegance, tranquility, simplicity and ease.
3. Yushan School: Formed in the late Ming Dynasty, the founder was Yin Cheng (Tianchi). Ming Dynasty Qin School. Yushan Mountain is located in Changshu, Jiangsu Province, where there is a river named Qinchuan, so it is also called "Shu School" or "Qinchuan School". The third generation Xu Xiaoshan in "Zhecao Xumen" once passed on the piano in Changshu, resulting in a large number of local famous players. Chen Aitong is one of them.
4. Guangling School: The famous piano school in the Qing Dynasty. Yangzhou, Jiangsu Province was called Guangling in ancient times, and the qin school formed around this place is the Guangling School. It was originally developed by Xu Changyu on the basis of Yushan School.
5. Pucheng School: It has a history of more than 170 years since it was formed during the Daoguang period of the Qing Dynasty. Fingering letters are drawn. He is the author of "Yu Guzhai Qin Pu", which is known as "the rhythm beam of later learning".
6. Fanchuan School: The formation of this Qin school should be similar to that of the Shu School in terms of its style and characteristics, or originate from the Shu School. As far as the meaning of the word "Pan" is general, general, broad, and broad, it can be said that the "Panchuan School" originated or originated from the Shu School, but with the development of social economy, exchanges and integration, whichever is the best. Long, abandon its short, and establish a sect number on this basis.
7. Jiuyi School: One of the important schools of Chinese Guqin art. Guqin is a treasure in Chinese culture. There is no reason why ancient scholars did not withdraw the sayings of qinse and Zuoqin and right book. In the Qing Dynasty, Yang Zongji (Shibai) established the Jiuyi Qin Society, established a family style, and formed the Jiuyi Qin School.
8. Zhucheng School: Modern Qin School. Shandong Zhucheng Wang Puchang, Wang Zuozhen, Wang Lu, the ancestors and grandsons of the three generations were based on the Yushan School, and Wang Lengquan and his student Wang Binlu were based on the Jinling School. The confluence of the two, combined with the local folk music style, formed the Zhucheng School with the local style of Shandong.
9. Mei'an School: It originated in Shandong. The Mei'an Qin School changed the aesthetic concept of traditional qin music, emphasized the artistry of guqin music, paid attention to performance skills, highlighted the beauty of melody, reflected the positive innovation spirit, and had strong appeal.
10. Lingnan School: Guangdong Qin School. It originated from Huang Yunan during the Daoguang period. He inherited his ancestor's "Gu Gang's Legacy Records", and he learned more than ten songs from Heluo calligraphy in Xiangshan. The fifty-song collection is "Wu Xue Shan Fang Qin Score". Nearby Zheng Jianhou passed on his learning.