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guqin

(ˌɡuːˈtʃɪn)
n
a traditional Chinese zither
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Some of the instruments to be featured include dizi (flute), pipa (lute), huqins (fiddles), yangqin (dulcimer) and an ancient guqin (zither).
Distant strains of guqin, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument, waft through the air as you cruise along the lantern-lit Qinhuai Scenic Area, with its quaint riverboats, footbridges and Chinese architecture including one of the world's best-preserved Barbican gates.
Most recently, Strung Together: Zither Encounters, was a music program in June 2018, which mixed performance and presentation, in a roundtable format developed by the three local musicians featured, who each play a type of zither: Recep Ornek, a kanun player from the Turkish community; Eva Pan Pin, a guqin player from the Chinese community; and Julie Dulanski, a hammered dulcimer player from the Western New York community.
Bogdan, piano; Christian Smith, Ryan Kelly, percussion; Athenaeum Guitar Trio; Shuoxuan Wang, soprano; Shangqian Li, tenor; Sirun He, piano; Lu Zhang, guqin; Mili Chang, flutes.
10th Ave., hosts a traditional Chinese music concert featuring renowned Zhou Yi, who plays traditional Chinese instruments such as the guqin, liuqin, ruan, sanxian and piano.
As shown in Figure 5, number 1-9 respectively for the musical instrument Hulusi, Guqin, Guzheng, Pipa, Bamboo flute, Erhu, Flute, Jing Hu and the Suona.
The unifying element is the Guqin, an ancient Chinese zither, whose seven-note scale is the jumping off point for the first scene.
To probe Yingying's true feelings, Zhang, on the advice of her maid Hongniang, expresses his love by serenading her on a zither (guqin).
They ranged from a classical guqin performance, the guqin being a seven-string Chinese musical instrument like the zither, and a contemporary drums event.
The library of the Central Conservatory is the largest of its kind in China, holding half a million items in its music collection (3), on both western style and Chinese traditional music, among them are music scores, music books, music periodicals, music recordings and special collections for Chinese contemporary music and Guqin music.
Lee applies the intervals between the open strings of the Pipa (mostly A-D-E-A), Guqin (mostly C-D-F-G-A-C-D), and Guzhang to create the sonority of traditional Chinese or Taiwanese instruments.