Chinese musical instrumentsPresentation Transcript
中国乐器 Zhong guo yue qi Chinese musical instrument
中国古代乐器代表 zhong guo gu dai yue qi dai biao Representatives of Ancient Chinese instruments
琴 Seven-stringed zither
潇湘水云 xiao xiang shui yun Mist and Cloud over the Xiao and Xiang Rivers
Representative piece of guqin
It expresses patriotism and worry about the future of the country.
☆ Caixun(Painted ocarina)
☆ Found among the Han people
☆ Made in the Qing dynasty(1644 一 1911) H ： 8 ． 5 cm ， D of belly ： 7cm
☆ Used for solo and ensemble music ， or to accompany singing
楚歌 chu ge
desolate situation of Xiang Yu
编钟 Bian zhong 65 bronze bells hung on a rack, struck using poles, Bronze Chimes Unearthed from the Tomb of Marquis Yi of the Zeng State （ Hubei Provincial Museum ）
编磬 biān qìng A rack of hung stone tablets struck using a mallet
二胡 Two-stringed fiddle
二泉映月 er quan ying yue The Moon Reflected In Er-quan
Masterpiece of musician A bing
Blind man with hard life
Play beside Er-quan
Awarded the Prize for Chinese Classic
琵琶 4 or 5 stringed pear-shaped lute
十面埋伏 shi mian mai fu House of Flying Daggers
It describes the situation when two armies are in battle.
Sound made by men, horses, metals, drums, etc.
筝 Zheng 16-26 stringed zither with movable bridges
渔舟唱晚 yu zhou chang wan
It describes the scenery of setting sun and the happiness of fishermen coming back with many fish.
扬琴 yang qin Hammered dulcimer of varying strings struck using two bamboo hammers
将军令 (jiang jun ling)
It reflects dignity,solemnness,and tension in the army.
月琴 A plucked lute with a wooden body, a short fretted neck, and four strings tuned in pairs
阮 Ruan Moon-shaped lute in five sizes: gaoyin-, xiao-, zhong-, da-, diyin-
笛 Transverse bamboo flute with buzzing membrane
箫 Xiao End-blown flute
A free reed mouth organ consisting of varying number of bamboo pipes inserted into a gourd chamber with finger holes 笙
唢呐 A double reed wind instrument with a flaring metal bell
葫芦丝 Hu lu si ※ A free reed wind instrument with three bamboo pipes which pass through a gourd wind chest; ※ one pipe has finger holes and the other two are drone pipes; ※ used primarily in Yunnan province
木鱼 A rounded woodblock carved in the shape of a fish, struck with a wooden stick. Often used in Buddhist chanting