guqin


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guqin

(ˌɡuːˈtʃɪn)
n
a traditional Chinese zither
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hosts a traditional Chinese music concert featuring renowned Zhou Yi, who plays traditional Chinese instruments such as the guqin, liuqin, ruan, sanxian and piano.
As shown in Figure 5, number 1-9 respectively for the musical instrument Hulusi, Guqin, Guzheng, Pipa, Bamboo flute, Erhu, Flute, Jing Hu and the Suona.
A traditional Guqin tune also forms the basis for the music in the second scene.
They ranged from a classical guqin performance, the guqin being a seven-string Chinese musical instrument like the zither, and a contemporary drums event.
The library of the Central Conservatory is the largest of its kind in China, holding half a million items in its music collection (3), on both western style and Chinese traditional music, among them are music scores, music books, music periodicals, music recordings and special collections for Chinese contemporary music and Guqin music.
Asi lo expresan musicos Chinos que tocan "el guqin, un instrumento musical de siete cuerdas semejante a la citara" (p.
Lee applies the intervals between the open strings of the Pipa (mostly A-D-E-A), Guqin (mostly C-D-F-G-A-C-D), and Guzhang to create the sonority of traditional Chinese or Taiwanese instruments.
Los bienes englobados suelen estar relacionados con el espectaculo--por dar algunos ejemplos: el teatro Wayang, teatro Kabuki, teatro Mak Yong, teatro Nogaku, teatro kutiyattam, teatro Ningyo Johruri Bunraku, la opera Kun Qu, la musica del Morin Khuur, la musica Shashmaqom, la musica Nha Nhac, la musica del duduk, la musica del guqin, el canto vedico, el canto de Sana'a, el canto polifonico georgiano, los cantos de los baul, los cantos Urtiin duu, los cantos epicos pansori, el Ballet Real de Camboya o la danza de Drametse, etcetera--.
Wang Fei is a guqin (also called qin) performer, educator and scholar who began her study of the guqin under one of the great living masters, Professor Li Xiangting, at the Central Conservatory of Music in China in 1985.
Like the separate but complimentary notions of yin and yang, women in China were trained on the supposedly more feminine pipa or guzheng stringed instruments while men took up the guqin, another stringed instrument, or else traditional percussion instruments.
use fragments of Chinese guqin music as stimuli in an experiment that measures and compares music-driven corporeal articulations.
La rauca sonoridad del gravicembalo no suscita emocion alguna en el mandatario como tampoco en su corte de eunucos, ya que les recuerda el timbre de su milenario Guqin (4), el cual si cumple con el cometido de enaltecer espiritus y educar el alma de los hombres.