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Beijing opera
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Beijing opera

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  • 1. e ijing O p e ra P e king O p e r Ms . Z ha ng
  • 2. B e ijingO p e ra orBeijing operaPeking operacombines music, vocalperformance, mime,dance and acrobatics.It arose in the late 18th Do you think the original Chinese opera is Beijingcentury and became Opera? Did Beijing Operafully developed and originate in Beijing?recognized by themid-19th century. Beijing opera is not a monolithic form, but rather a coalescence of many older forms.
  • 3. 旦 丑 dan chou Beijing Opera has four different types of performers生 净sheng jing
  • 4. 老生Lao Sheng th e p art o f an o ld g e n tle m an in B e ij g o p e ras in
  • 5. 小生 Xiao ShengTh e p art o f yo u n gg e n e ratio n inB e ij g O p e ra in
  • 6. 旦 Dan th e fe m ale c h arac te r typ e
  • 7. 旦Dan’s roles were originally divided into five subtypes. d anOld women were played by laodan, martial women werewudan, young female warriors were daomadan, virtuousand elite women were qingyi, and vivacious and unmarriedwomen were huadan. Dans should focus on the expression of eyes as well as the slow movement, the mime. Through the expression and movement, a real traditional Chinese woman would appear on the stage.
  • 8. Do Le t’s s in g to g e thReMiFaSoLaTiDo
  • 9. 净 Jingth e “p ain te da c h arac te r ty
  • 10. 丑 ChouA c lo wn in B e ij g o p e ra in

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