有冇二胡既所有資料 ya~ (in english plz)

有冇二胡既所有資料 ya~ (in english plz)

詳細 D plz

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The erhu (Chinese: 二胡; pinyin: èrhú), sometimes known in the West as the "Chinese violin" or Chinese two string fiddle, is a two-stringed bowed musical instrument, used as a solo instrument as well as in small ensembles and large orchestras. It belongs to the huqin (Chinese: 胡琴; pinyin: húqín) family of bowed string Chinese instruments, together with the zhonghu (中胡), gaohu (高胡), banhu (板胡), jinghu (京胡), sihu (四胡), and numerous others.

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    Side view of an erhu.

    History

    The erhu can be traced back to instruments introduced into China more than a thousand years ago. It is believed to have evolved from the xiqin (奚琴), which was described as a foreign, two-stringed lute in an encyclopedic work on music by music theorist Chen Yang called Yue Shu (book of music), written during the Northern Song Dynasty. The xiqin is believed to have originated from the Xi people of Central Asia, and have come to China in the 10th century.

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    Erhu with liu jiao qin tong (6 sided body)

    The first character of the name of the instrument, "二" (èr, meaning "two"), is believed to come from the fact that it has two strings. An alternate explanation states that èr comes from the fact that it is the second highest huqin in pitch to the gaohu (高胡) in the modern Chinese orchestra. The second character, "胡" (hú), indicates that it is a member of the huqin family. The name huqin literally means "barbarian instrument," showing that the instrument may have originated from regions to the north or west of China.

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    Construction

    The erhu consists of a long vertical stick-like neck, at the top of which are two large tuning pegs, and at the bottom is a small resonator body (sound box) which is covered with python skin on the front (playing) end. Two strings are attached from the pegs to the base, and a small loop of string (qian jin) placed around the neck and strings acting as a nut pulls the strings towards the skin, holding a small wooden bridge in place.

    Various dense and heavy hardwoods are used in making the erhu. According to Chinese references the woods include zi tan (紫檀 red sandalwood and other woods of the genus Pterocarpus such as padauk), lao hong mu (老红木 aged red wood), wu mu (乌木 black wood), and hong mu (红木 red wood). Particularly fine erhus are often made from pieces of old furniture. A typical erhu measures 81cm from top to bottom, the length of the bow is also 81cm.

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    Erhu with ba jiao qin tong (8 sided body)

  • 1 decade ago

    二胡

     

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    蘇州名師精製紫檀二胡

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