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Standards of the Guqin By Juni Yeung
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Standards of the Guqin is the first original textbook in English for the Chinese seven-stringed zither, traditionally favoured by scholars and clergy past and present. This book provides a holistic... More > curriculum for students without prior knowledge of the Chinese language or culture, covering history, construction, technique, and critique of the musical tradition. The Second edition adds new essay translations, revised textual content and a new chapter on the historical manuscript interpretation process known as dapu. All musical scores are also upgraded to digital print from handwritten manuscripts for quality and legibility.< Less
Standards of the Guqin By Juni Yeung
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Standards of the Guqin is the first original textbook in English for the Chinese seven-stringed zither, traditionally favoured by scholars and clergy past and present. This book provides a holistic... More > curriculum for students without prior knowledge of the Chinese language or culture, covering history, construction, technique, and critique of the musical tradition. The Second edition adds new essay translations, revised textual content and a new chapter on the historical manuscript interpretation process known as dapu. All musical scores are also upgraded to digital print from handwritten manuscripts for quality and legibility.< Less
Abiding With Antiquity By James Binkley
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This book is an English translation of excerpts from a very rare Chinese guqin zither handbook published in Fujian province in China circa 1860. The original book was written in classical Chinese.... More > The translation includes sections on guqin construction, silk qin string making, stringing the qin, qin tables, composition and fingering techniques and other qin culture information useful to qin students. The original title for the book was the Yuguzhai Qinpu (Abiding With Antiquity) and its author was named Zhu Fengjie. Later much of the original content was republished in Shanghai as the Qinxuerumen (Introduction to the Guqin), which was a very popular late Qing dynasty Guqin book.< Less
Abiding With Antiquity By James Binkley
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This book is an English translation of excerpts from a very rare Chinese guqin zither handbook published in Fujian province in China circa 1860. The original book was written in classical Chinese.... More > The translation includes sections on guqin construction, silk qin string making, stringing the qin, qin tables, composition and fingering techniques and other qin culture information useful to qin students. The original title for the book was the Yuguzhai Qinpu (Abiding With Antiquity) and its author was named Zhu Fengjie. Later much of the original content was republished in Shanghai as the Qinxuerumen (Introduction to the Guqin), which was a very popular late Qing dynasty Guqin book.< Less
Un Manual de Cítara China. El Meian qinpu. By Wang Binlu
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El qin, la cítara china de siete cuerdas, es un instrumento de gran antigüedad y sutileza. Ha sido durante mucho tiempo el instrumento solista por excelencia y el inseparable... More > compañero de los eruditos chinos. El extenso y variado repertorio para qin continua hoy en día transmitiéndose a través de manuales de instrucción – qinpu – impresos a principios del siglo XV. El Meian qinpu fue originalmente publicado el 1931 en China por los alumnos de Wang Binlu. Fredric Lieberman centró su tesis doctoral en esa obra y publicó en 1983 la primera traducción al inglés de un manual de cítara china, incluyendo numerosas anotaciones y explicaciones. www.citarachina.org "El compañero perfecto para descubrir y entender un instrumento milenario que se remonta a tiempos de emperadores legendarios..."Amigos del Guqin< Less
Sobre tres antiguas cítaras By Robert H. van Gulik
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"Citada en los clásicos de la literatura china como el instrumento musical favorito de los Emperadores mitológicos, y habiendo sido el sabio Confucio un ilustre intérprete... More > de ésta, la cítara ha ocupado siempre un lugar de prestigio entre los tesoros de cualquier biblioteca." El texto presentado aquí es la traducción del publicado originalmente en 1938. Como novedad, se han cambiado las transcipciones fonéticas Wade-Giles por la romanización pinyin, y los caracteres chinos se han pasado a notas a pie de página para facilitar la lectura. Al final de la traducción, y a modo de complemento, se incluye una fotografía de una cítara que menciona van Gulik, así como una fotografía de una cítara del príncipe de Yi, ambas con sus respectivas descripciones.La presente traducción no hubiera sido posible sin la autorización y el apoyo de "The Asiatic Society of Japan." POR CADA UNIDAD VENDIDA SE DONARÁ 1 EURO A ESTA SOCIEDAD ASÍ COMO 1 EURO AL FONDO DE GLOBALGIVING PARA AYUDA A JAPÓN< Less