Changsha Tanci "Changsha Intangible Cultural Heritage Praise"

82 views · Organized by 线性代数 on 2023-07-05

Changsha Tanci "Changsha Intangible Cultural Heritage Praise" comes from the album "Music of China Map: Hear Hunan Shadow play, Changsha Tanci, Three Bang Drum"

Praise for Changsha Intangible Cultural Heritage

Folk Opera Changsha Tanci Filling: Zhang Mingxing Ethnic Group: Han Nationality Region: Changsha, Hunan

Singing and Yueqin: Zhang Mingxing

A crescent lute moves Jiuzhou, and Xiaoxiang Zhusi is said to be an intangible cultural heritage, affectionate Xiang women sing Hunan operas and weave Hunan embroidery, chrysanthemum stone carvings are superb, Stinky tofu welcomes thousands of visitors, Liuyang fireworks shine in the world, and fishing drums and storytelling pass on the long story. Drunk in Changsha wine at night, one can look at the moon on the Xiangjiang River, listen to a lively scene of Changsha, gently pick up the tone, and can hear the ups and downs of emotions. In the gentle playing and singing, there is a deep and strong hometown sentiment.

Involving the artist

Since its inception in 2003, Ruiming Music has adhered to the creation and ingenuity, and regards "making music with heart" as the brand concept of Ruiming music, striving to bring the audience more quality, taste of cultural aesthetic and artistic value pursuit.
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Involving musical instruments

Yueqin (Pinyin: yuè qín), a plucked musical instrument of the Han nationality, originated in the Han Dynasty. It has been spread in China, Japan, the Korean Peninsula, and Vietnam. It is also spread in China and Vietnam. The early Yueqin had a long neck and generally had about twelve frets. In the Qing Dynasty, the short-necked Yueqin with the eighth rank or so appeared, which is easy to play in the high-pitched area, and is often used for the accompaniment of opera. After the development and improvement of Ruan in the 1950s, Yueqin usually refers to the short-necked Yueqin in mainland China.

Involving news

Organized by 棠舟 on 2022-06-23
China's national musical instruments have a long history and a long history. Common ones include qin, zheng, xiao, flute, sheng, erhu, pipa, suona, and drum. They are one of the representatives of China's excellent traditional culture.
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Organized by 迦夜 on 2022-06-20
The times advance together, and the people share. Recently, Ebian Yi Autonomous County held the 2022 "Cultural and Natural Heritage Day" intangible cultural heritage publicity and display activities.
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Organized by 弥光 on 2022-06-15
What is the difference between Yueqin and Liuqin? Is there a big difference?
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Organized by 赵锦辛 on 2022-06-14
Taiwan Yueqin has a long neck, and the speakers are round wooden, occasionally hexagonal or octagonal. In Taiwan, the panel is often made of Taiwan paulownia (Taiwanese called Wutong, Scrophulariaceae) to play specific tunes (such as Taiwan Hengchun Folk Ballads). The tune "Four Seasons Spring") is tuned with pure 5 degrees.
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Organized by 尼禄 on 2022-06-14
In the daily care of the Yueqin, it is necessary to take care of the instrument so that it will not be injured or exposed to dust. In addition, learning to deal with some common problems will also help the maintenance of the piano. Listed below are some common sense for fans to refer to.
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