Anhui folk blowing Silk Strings
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Anhui folk blowing "Silk String" from the folk music album "Chinese music map to hear Anhui folk blowing"
Silk Strings. Silk strings
Folk music Folk blowing Nationality: Han Nationality: Suzhou, Anhui Province
Suona: Zhou Benxiang and Zhou Zhonghua
Bamboo flute: Zhou Zhonghua
Sheng: Zhou principal, Zhou Jiyong
Bangzi, cloud gong: Zhou Benfu
At first, it seems that someone is whispering, and it also seems that someone is babbling in the opera. After listening carefully, I know that it is suona opera. Ka Opera is based on traditional wind instruments and bowstring instruments to simulate human singing and animal singing. This suona opera makes sounds by vibrating whistles with its voice, simulating the singing and reciting of opera characters. It is vivid and almost realistic, which makes people cry in private. With the wooden clappers and Sheng in the background, the suona is in harmony. Zhenzhen is like two people talking, just like a couple flirting, vividly showing a story full of interest.
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Bangzi (pinyin: bāng zi), also known as bangban, is a Chinese percussion instrument. Around the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties (17th century) in China, it became popular with the rise of Bangzi Opera. The clapper consists of two solid hardwood rods of varying lengths and thicknesses.
Sheng (pinyin: shēng) is one of the oldest musical instruments in China. It is the earliest instrument in the world to use free reeds, and it is also the originator of most existing reed instruments in the world.
Suona (pinyin: suǒ nà) is a Chinese double-reed woodwind instrument. Also called Suannai, trumpet, advocacy. The traditional suona is composed of five parts: whistle, air card, intruder, rod and bowl.
Yunluo (pinyin: yún luó), which appeared in the Tang Dynasty and became popular in the Yuan Dynasty, is a percussion instrument used by the Han, Tibetan, Mongolian, Manchu, Naxi, Bai, Yi and other ethnic groups. The ancient name Yunzhe, also known as Yun'ao, is also known as Jiuyin Gong in the folk. Tibetans call it Dingdong and Dingdang.
Dizi (pinyin: dí zi), also known as the horizontal flute, is generally used as an important musical instrument to accompany opera.
Organized by 雾凇 on 2023-11-06
In the streets, in the community, at the village gate, in the pear garden, in the joyful and festive suona sound, Dangshan County sent a piece of Zhang Ligongxi to the home of the active soldiers, and became a beautiful scenery of the army support work in Dangshan County.
Organized by 赵锦辛 on 2023-09-12
Zhou Haiyan, 55, is the fifth generation of Bo Lin Suona in Yinji town, Lingbi County, Anhui province. Since childhood, she has been a well-known "suona swallow". She began to learn suona at the age of 6 and led a class at the age of 9.
Organized by 小埋 on 2023-05-08
All kinds of Musical Instruments, suona is king. When the suona is mentioned, many people think of the song "Birds Worship the Phoenix". Now, a golden phoenix who "blows" the suona into the international stage has emerged in Jining -- Liu Wenwen, the first doctor of suona in China.
Organized by 岚玖 on 2023-04-25
Kong Deyuan, male, born in July 1988, from Zoucheng City, staff member of Performing Arts Department of Shandong Zhongle Tourism Development Co., LTD. As a mainstay of the performing arts Department of Mountain scenic area, peryi is engaged in traditional music, drama, Qu Yi, entertainment and acrobatics, folk and other fields of academic research work, as a member of the Chinese Ethnic Orchestral Society, Jining musicians Association, Jining Opera Association member, Jining Suona Association deputy secretary general.
Organized by 咖喱麦兜 on 2023-03-09
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