Tang Xiaofeng's Pipa Performing "Fantasy Music Lotte"

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Tang Xiaofeng's pipa performance "Fantasy Music Lotte" comes from the album "Music: Pipa - Tang Xiaofeng".

On the cliffs of Sanwei Mountain and Mingsha Mountain, there is a monk named Lezun who tirelessly digs a Buddha cave. The golden sand of thousands of miles at dusk is dazzling. He wants the light of the golden sand to be projected on the Buddha's body.

Monk Lezun may not have imagined that a simple idea at the beginning would actually affect countless later people to join this cause together, opening up a great art that will last for thousands of years. He didn't even know that behind him, in the painting caves, on the flying caisson wells, clouds flowed, long scarves fluttered, and lotus flowers swirling in the blue sky surrounded the beautiful posture of Feitian Musicians, lingering in the world. It is a gorgeous portrayal of court music in every era, and it embodies people's supreme yearning for the blissful world.

How many times are there in the Buddhist palace, the musicians can play several times, and no matter how mysterious the mythology is, they can be borrowed to compose a stunning commentary for the pipa music flowing out of the fingertips.

The inspiration of the composer Kong Zhixuan came from the Tiangong music in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, especially the most beautiful and incredible rebounding pipa image in the frescoes. , the whole piece is based on the structure of the Tang Dynasty Song and Dance Daqu, and incorporates elements of Western music.

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Tang Xiaofeng, Chinese contemporary pipa performer, associate professor of the Department of Folk Music of Shanghai Conservatory of Music, winner of Shanghai May 4th Youth Medal, Shanghai Outstanding Artist, Nominated for Shanghai Cultural New Talent, Director of Pipa Professional Committee of China Musicians Association, Shanghai Musicians Association Deputy Director of Pipa Professional Committee.
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Pipa (pinyin: pí pa), the first plucked instrument, is a traditional plucked instrument in East Asia, a plucked stringed musical instrument. Made of wood or bamboo, the speaker is half-pear-shaped and has four strings on the top. It was originally made of silk thread, but now it is mostly made of steel wire, steel rope and nylon.

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