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Harmony between Man and God
The tune describes Emperor Shun exchanged confidences with the gods during religious ceremonies.
Pray for a Good Harvest
Ancient music culture has the characteristic of the combination of song ,dance and music. The tune reflects the ancestors grasped some knowledge of agriculture ,stockbreeding and the order of nature.
The tune was producing when the king of Zhou gave a dinner in honour of ministers. It expresses ancient kings’ good ideas of receiving worthy persons and adopting good bachelors.
The Crane Screams
“Stones from other hills may serve to polish the jade of this one.” The music expresses that the king of Zhou was keen to receive worthy persons and adopting good bachelors.
The Waterside of Qi River
Appreciating this tune ,we can be led to the Qi River bend over two thousand years ago. At that time people regarded the images of elegant gentleman of the Wei State as their ideal realm of life.
The tune describes a youth is infatuated with a beautiful girl and seeks for her on the waterside in late autumn.
Black Bird here is the black swallow. The tune is the songs of extolling King Wu Ding of Shang Dynasty by his offspring.
The tune is performed by gu qin instrument. Chinese orchids have clear colored flowers and finely organized foliage ,possessing a placid and charming quality. The music is used to convey the characteristics of orchids to listeners. Someone think that it is the earliest existent musicbook.
Prelude of Apotheosis
The music, also called Diemeng Yin ,tells the story that Zhuang Zhou dreamed to be a butterfly. The euphemistic melody played usually represents fine and smooth feelings.
Song of Ancientry
The music is recorded in The Mysterious Music Score of Ming Dynasty. It has a long-time history and has the bright melody.
The name of the music origin from the literary quotation that Confucius edited The book of Yi.
The Moon over the Pass and Mountain
The music describes the magnificent scene. It expresses that the ancient officers and soldiers defending the frontier miss their families and homes in the moonlight.
Three Variations on the Tune ｀Ｐlum Blossoms｀
The tune is an ancient piece of Chinese music.It is also called Meihua Yin (The Prelude of Plum Blossom), or Yufei Yin (The Prelude of Yufei).The earliest music score was found in The Mysterious Music Score of Ming Dynasty (1368—1644AD).The general melody of the music is composed of extensive notes and it repeated three times in three different pitches.
Qu Yuan Asking about the Ferry
The tune reflects the great patriotic poet Qu Yuan’s gloomy mood after banished as well as his felling of Despair and indignation when drowing himself in the Miluo River.
Wild Geese Landing on the Sandbank
The tune is by far the most popular music and exists in different versions. It was first published in the Gu Yin Zheng Zong (Orthodox Qin Manual) of 1634.It reflects the scholar have lofty aspiration.
Elegies of Chu
The tune has drawn its material from the famous history event of the struggle between Chu and Han. It reveals perplexing emotional world of Xiang Yu.
“Merrily the ospreys cry. On the islet in the stream. Gentle and graceful is the girl. A fit wife for the gentleman.” The love song was created in the area of southern Henan and northern Hubei. It expresses that the young gentleman seeks for the graceful and beautiful girl.
Song which Made an Apart Couple Meet Again
The tune describes the story of Baili Xi and his wife, Baili Xi was the famous official of Qin State in Spring and Autumn Period.
"Ancient musical instrument"
Qin in the Shape of Plantain Leaf
Qin is an ancient music instrument to sound by plucking the strings. It was said that Fuxi and Shennong invented Qin instrument. Through the ages, scholars have selected studying Qin as a required course. Lying stress on boundless and occult state with rich expression power is characteristics of Qin. The tune of classic beauty embodies profound Chinese culture and deep national marrow.
Spring and Autumn period
Unearthed from Hougudui, Gushi
Se is the earliest stringed instrument recorded on Chinese history. Six wood Se instruments were excavated from the tomb of Hougudui. The Se has a length of 1.9 metres and 19 strings, and is made of one whole Chinese parasol wood. The body is decorated with ten coiled snake design in relief.
Grey Pottery Xun
Shang Dynasty Unearthed from the tomb of Fu Hao, Yin Ruins, Anyang
Pottery Xun firstly appeared 6,000 to 7,000 years ago. The grey pottery Xun of the illustration dating back to about 3,000 years ago has a flat bottom in the shape of an egg and basically symbols the main form.
Spring And Autumn Period Unearthed from the Chu tomb of Xiasi, Xichuan
The paixiao (Pan’s Piples) was made by one whole stone in the shape of a bird’s wing, consisting of 13 pipes of different length. The size of the thinnest pipe wall is only 0.1 cm. The carved diagonals design on it simulates the straps used for fasting pipes of bamboo-made Paixiao. The holes on each pipe have a different depth for the needs of pitch.
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