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VA - Collection of Chinese Traditional Music: Guqin [79 Albums] (1989-2010)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Collection of Chinese Traditional Music: Guqin
Year Of Release: 1989-2010
Genre: Chinese Instrumental Traditional Music
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total: 79 albums
Total Size: 11,1 Gb

The guqin (simplified/traditional: 古琴; pinyin: gǔqín; Wade–Giles ku-ch'in; pronounced [kùtɕʰǐn] ( listen); literally "ancient stringed instrument") is a plucked seven-string Chinese musical instrument of the zither family. It has been played since ancient times, and has traditionally been favored by scholars and literati as an instrument of great subtlety and refinement, as highlighted by the quote "a gentleman does not part with his qin or se without good reason," as well as being associated with the ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius. It is sometimes referred to by the Chinese as "the father of Chinese music" or "the instrument of the sages". The guqin is not to be confused with the guzheng, another Chinese long zither also without frets, but with moveable bridges under each string.

Traditionally, the instrument was simply referred to as qin (Wade–Giles ch'in) but by the twentieth century the term had come to be applied to many other musical instruments as well: the yangqin hammered dulcimer, the huqin family of bowed string instruments, and the Western piano are examples of this usage. The prefix "gu-" (meaning "ancient") was later added for clarification. Thus, the instrument is called "guqin" today. It can also be called qixianqin (lit. "seven-stringed instrument"). Because Robert Hans van Gulik's famous book about the qin is called The Lore of the Chinese Lute, the guqin is sometimes inaccurately called a lute. Other incorrect classifications, mainly from music compact discs, include "harp" or "table-harp".

The guqin is a very quiet instrument, with a range of about four octaves, and its open strings are tuned in the bass register. Its lowest pitch is about two octaves below middle C, or the lowest note on the cello. Sounds are produced by plucking open strings, stopped strings, and harmonics. The use of glissando—sliding tones—gives it a sound reminiscent of a pizzicato cello, fretless double bass or a slide guitar. The qin is also capable of a lot of harmonics, of which 91 are most commonly used and indicated by the dotted positions. By tradition the qin originally had five strings, but ancient qin-like instruments with 10 or more strings have been found. The modern form has been standardized for about two millennia.

ALBUMS
Wu Na - Each Leaf Has A Life - 2010
Wu Na - One Flower is a World - 2010
Yang Qing & Liu Yang - The Song of Qin - 2010
Su Sidi - Pacific Sound - 2010
VA - Guqin. Magnificent Grand Overwhelming Momentum - 2010
Chen Lei - The Song of King Yao - 2010
VA - Guqin - 2009
VA - Feng Huang He Ming - 2009
Li Xiang-ting - Elegant Sound From China: Spirit - Guqin - 2009
Cheng Gongliang - Sound of Autumn - 2009
Zhao Jiazhen - Qin - 2009
Moni Tianhong - Liu Yun Yue Yin - 2009
Moni Tianhong - Bamboo Legacy-2009
Xie DongXiao - Lisao - 2007
VA - Heroes' Summon - 2007
Wu Wen-guang - Great Master of GuQin - 2007
Li Feng-yun - Mei Shao Yue - 2007
Mao Yi - Guqin Solo Set - 2007
Xie DongXiao - The first Chemical element III - 2006
Wu Wen-guang - Sunny Spring - 2006
Sun Kuei-Sheg - Tree Repetitions of the Yang-guan Tune - 2006
Guan Pinghu - GuQin - 2006
Wu Ziying - Tao. Blue Mountain Meditation Music. Ancient Music of Transformation and Transcendence.- 2006
Ding Chengyun & Fu Lina - Harmonious Qin And Se - 2006
Cheng Gongliang - Being Peaceful - 2006
Jie Ma - Orchid in Seclusion - 2006
Jin Wei - Melodious Mountain Collection - 2005
Li Xiang-ting - Sleeping Lotus - 2005
Yang Lining - Three Variations on Plum Blossom - 2005
Zhang Weiliang & Zhao Jiazhen - Buddhist Qin & Xiao - 2005
Jie Ma - Living in Mountain - 2004
Yang Mei & Li Xiang-ting - The Verse of The Autumnal Wind - 2004
Liu Zhengchun, Liu Chicheng, Zhang Ziquan, Xu Kuanghua - An Music Collection In Four Dynasties - 2004
Lo Ka Ping - Lost Sounds of Tao - 2004
Yang Qiuyue & Yang Chunwei - You Lan - 2004
Li Xiang-ting - Inspiration from Chinese Poetry - 2003
Li Xiang-ting - Inspiration from Poems of Song Dynasty - 2003
Li Xiang-ting - Inspiration from Yuan Drama - 2003
VA - Great Master of Guqin - 2002
Zhang Zi-Sheng - Tune of Loulan - 2002
WU Zhao - Autumn Moon over the Han Palace - 2002
Zhao Jiazhen - Masters Of Traditional Chinese Music - 2002
Dean Evenson & Li Xiangting - Tao of Peace -2002
Tse Chun-Yan - The Oil-Lamp Flickered - 2001
Wu Wen-guang - Liezi Yufeng - 2000
Dean Evenson & Li Xiangting - Tao of Healing - 2000
Zhao Jiazhen - Wind Through Pines - 2000
Li Xiang-ting - Qin - 1999
Cheng Gongliang - Chant of King Wen - 1998
Cheng Gongliang - Loneley Bamboo - 1998
Xie Dao-Xiu (Hsieh Tao-hsiu) - Green Rivulet with Flowing Spring - 1997
Zhang Zi-quan - Guangling Qin Music Vol.1 - 1996
Cheng Gong-liang - Guangling Qin Music Vol.2 - 1996
Dai Xiao-lian - Guangling Qin Music Vol.3 - 1996
Li Feng-yun - Guangling Qin Music Vol.4 - 1996
Liu Shao-chun - Guangling Qin Music Vol.5 - 1996
Mei Ri-qiang - Guangling Qin Music Vol.6 - 1996
Lin You-ren - Guangling Qin Music Vol.7 - 1996
Wang Hua de - Shu(Sichuan) Qin Music (Vol. 1) - 1996
Yu Bo-sun - Shu (Sichuan) Qin Music (Vol. 2) disc1 - 1996
Yu Bo-sun - Shu (Sichuan) Qin Music (Vol. 2) disc2 - 1996
Zeng Cheng-wei - Sichuan Qin Music Vol3 - 1996
YU Shao-Ze - Shu(Sichuan) Qin Music (Vol. 4) - 1996
XIE Xiao-ping - The Bell of Duke JI - 1996
Chen Chang-lin - Min (Fujian) River Qin Music - 1996
Li Feng-yun & Wang Jian-xin - Hard to Say Goodbye. Duets With Qin and Xiao - 1996
Lau Chor-wah - Water Immortal - 1996
Li Xiang-ting - Favourite Qin Pieces - 1995
Favourite Qin Pieces of Guan Ping-hu - 1995
Fan Li-bin - Moon on Guan Mountain - 1994
Fan Li-bin - Ode to Time - 1994
Cheng Gongliang - Autumn Aria - 1994
Cheng Gongliang - Guqin - 1994
Gong Yi & Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra - Wild Geese Over The Calm Sands - 1994
Gong Yi - The Drunkard - 1994
VA - The Midnight Crow - 1993
VA - Yaomen Qin music - 1993
WU Zhaoji - Wumen Qin Music II - 1993
WU Zhaoji - Wumen Qin Music - 1989

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Category: DISCOGRAPHY | Added : (06.04.2020)
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