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A Chinese zither tutor = the Mei-an chʻin-pʻu / translated with commentary by Fredric Lieberman.

; Lieberman, Fredric
Seattle : University of Washington Press, [1983] .
ISBN 029595941X, 9780295959412, 9622090427, 9789622090422

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Standard Title Mei'an qin pu. English
Other Title Mei-an chʻin-pʻu
Other Authors Lieberman, Fredric.
Subjects Chín (Instrument de musique)
Citers.
Qin (Instrument de musique) -- Méthodes.
Qin (Musical instrument)
Speltechniek (muziek)
Description xi, 172 pages : illustrations ; 17 x 24 cm
Copyright Date [1983]
©1983
Notes "Tape recordings of chʻin music played by contemporary masters of the Mei-an tradition are available from the publisher to accompany this translation"--Page [iv].
Includes music and index.
Translation of: Mei'an qin pu / Wang Binlu.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 165-168).
Translation of: Mei-an ch'in-p'u.
Contents Tape includes performances of the following: Ch'iu feng tz'u (Autumn wind song); Chi lo yin (Song of unlimited joy); Feng ch'iu huang (Phoenix seeks Phoenix); Kuan shan yüeh (Mountain pass moon); Ch'iu yeh ch'ang (Long autumn night); Yü-lou ch'un-hsiao (Spring dawn at Jade Tower); Feng lei yin (Wind thunder song); Ch'iu chiang yen p'o (Autumn river night anchorage); Ch'ang men yüan (Lament at the Ch'ang-men Palace); P'ing-sha lo-yen (On the beach, geese alighting); Tao i (Pounding clothes); Sao shou wen t'ien (Scratch head, appeal to Heaven).
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8346565
(OCoLC)ocm08346565
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wang, Binlu, 1867-1921.
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