In addition to playing the guqin, there are a lot of related knowledge to learn. Today, I would like to share with you the recommended books for introductory guqin, 10 essential books for beginners to learn guqin, how many have you read?
Introduction: "Preparation for Qin Learning" is divided into six chapters: general rules, fingering, gestures, scores, rhythms, and expositions. , Sitting posture, etc.
This book covers everything from an introduction to the guqin to etudes, to hand shapes, scores, and hand shapes with pictures. It is of great help to beginners.
Introduction: "Guide to Qin Learning" strives to progress from shallow to deep, step by step, to meet the practical requirements of beginners and self-learners. The first half basically includes the regular exams that should be taken for beginners to guqin, and the second part selects and publishes piano scores.
A more practical book, with not much content, but the explanation is meticulous, and the interpretation of the minus-character notation is exactly what beginners need to know. It is an excellent introductory guide book for guqin.
Introduction: Mr. Cheng Gongliang played the piano, played notation, composed music, studied piano theory, and traveled back and forth between landscapes and pastoral fields. In meditation, I sort out most of my life's piano studies. The relationship between ancient qin music, the nature of the world, and the concept of life, as well as the relationship between the guqin tradition and the times, have emerged one after another in playing and thinking.
Introduction: "How to Play the Guqin" is Mr. Gong Yi's experience in playing and teaching Guqin for more than 30 years. In the book, he officially introduced the five-line notation method, and also provided a group of rare creations and traditional qin pieces for guqin students and teachers, which enriched the guqin teaching materials. The book is also equipped with 2 CDs for everyone to use and learn, and it is also a fine product worthy of collection by piano friends.
Introduction: This book comprehensively and systematically discusses the performance art of Guqin from eight aspects, including the history, status, body, technique, performance, theory, aesthetics and famous songs of Guqin. The first three chapters are an introduction to the basic knowledge of the guqin; the fourth chapter focuses on the playing techniques of the guqin, in which the left and right hand skills are accompanied by corresponding notation examples and exercises, which have strong knitting properties; the fifth, sixth, and seventh three The chapter discusses the playing theory, theory and aesthetics of the guqin, and raises the performance of the guqin to a cultural perspective, so that the learner can better understand the works and grasp the artistic conception of the works; An example is attached.
Introduction: The First Edition of Qin History is in the order of dynasties, showing the evolutionary trajectory of my country's Qin history as a whole from pre-Qin to modern times. It introduces the origin of guqin art, the life and accomplishments of qin artists, the relationship between teachers and teachers of various qin schools, as well as the content, creative background and artistic style of the main qin pieces from the aspects of past qin pieces, qin players, and qin theories. The book also includes pictures of famous modern masters and pictures of Guqin and its documents preserved to this day, which have important academic and documentary value.
Introduction: The Art of Chinese Guqin is a new book by Dr. Yi Cunguo. After reading this book full of rational speculation and broad research horizons, I feel that it not only inherits the fine tradition of traditional Chinese qin theory, but also conveys the author's profound thinking on qin from the perspective of modern culture, which is refreshing. The Art of Chinese Guqin is a gratifying achievement of modern qin theory. Different from the theories written by previous qin artists, this work is written by an aesthetics and art scholar who has been involved in the Guqin music circle.
Introduction: This book is a treatise on the aesthetics of playing the piano. "Qin condition" refers to the condition, mood (shape), taste, and taste (spirit) of the qin (qin, qin music). Xu Shangying divided the main characteristics of music into twenty-four states according to Song Cui Zundu's principle of "beautiful and quiet, harmonious and distant", and according to Tang Sikong's "Twenty-Four Poems", namely: harmony, tranquility, clearness, and distance. , ancient, light, quiet, elegant, elegant, beautiful, bright, colorful, clean, moist, round, firm, macro, fine, slippery, healthy, light, heavy, late, and fast, systematically expounding the key points of playing the piano and the principles of piano learning. aesthetic principles.
Introduction: This book starts with the production of the guqin (good material and beauty chopper), talks about the timbre characteristics of the guqin (the "nine virtues" of the qin's characteristic qin), and talks about the various aspects of playing the qin, and the "confidence" of the qin (Who is playing the qin to—saying bosom friends), when it comes to Yu Boya and Zhong Ziqi, Ji Kang and "Guangling San", Tao Yuanming and the stringless qin -- a guqin can tell countless wonderful stories. ”, fingering, the subject matter of the qin music, and also discusses the musical characteristics of the traditional qin music, the overall character and genre of the qin, and compares the differences between the early qin tunes and the late qin music techniques. Modern heritage offers its own insights. The author once called the guqin "the most beautiful utensil" because "it was created by the beautiful minds in history, and it has been with the Chinese people who love beauty for thousands of years and has become immortal."
Introduction: A total of 43 volumes, about 700,000 words, contain a lot of information. In the parts of "Qin Talk" and "Qin Essence", it is proposed that "using the qin to convey the sound is like a mirror in front of the object", and analyzes this kind of reflection "nothing but pictographic, harmonic, and understanding". It is proposed that folk tunes play a role in enriching the development of qin music. It is thought that it is "difficult to listen to" if they insist on imitating ancient tunes. Thirty-two songs recorded are accompanied by Gongchi notation. I have made some attempts to beat the traditional famous songs such as "You Orchid" and "Guangling San". This book provides a wealth of materials for people to study the piano art.