Song Xinxin, a famous contemporary young guzheng player, is currently teaching at the China Conservatory of Music, and graduated with a master's degree from the Central Conservatory of Music. Currently, she is the only young man in my country who has won the top three gold awards in the Chinese music industry. Guzheng player of Gold Award, Golden Bell Gold Award, and CCTV National Instrumental Music TV Competition Gold Award. He has successively studied under the famous Chinese zheng performers and educators Wang Zhongshan and Professor Li Meng. He is the only student from a foreign school who has been recommended since the establishment of the Central Conservatory of Music, the first student in a national art school to win the Baosteel Outstanding Student Scholarship, and the new top ten guzheng performers of CCTV "Blooming Gloriously" in 2014.
Teacher Xinxin believes that the technical part of performance will always serve the music.
The following points are proposed for the use of limbs to feel emotions during performance:
When playing, the lower back must be straight, and the neck should not be stretched when playing the bass. The body should move with the position of the fingers, and the body should be coordinated. When starting, the hands can be opened, stretched, limbs stretched, and relaxed.
Find the balance point of the body through the movement of the head, the accent head moves with it, and nodding can help the hands to exert force.
Eyes are the windows to the soul, don't blink too often. Pay attention to concentration and emotional control while playing.
Finger tension needs to be controlled. At the same time, in the place of strong play, it is not only the fingers, but also the elbows. Also pay attention to relaxation.
Whether limbs or eyes are brought out by breath, it is necessary to stretch the limbs and breathe, and the surface of the breath is calm but full of tension.