Ruan Chinese

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where is traditional chinese music played?

i cant find anything on google :( this is for a music project on china

All these traditional musical instruments are played in concert, national holidays, Chinese opera house, Chinese music school, and in martial arts film.

Below is the list of the kinds of Chinese instruments taken from wiki:

Guqin (Chinese: 古琴; pinyin: gǔqín) - 7-stringed zither
Se (Chinese: 瑟; pinyin: sè) - 25-stringed zither with moveable bridges (ancient sources say 13, 25 or 50 strings)
Guzheng (古箏) - 16-26 stringed zither with movable bridges
Konghou (箜篌) - harp
Pipa (琵琶) - pear-shaped fretted lute with 4 or 5 strings
Sanxian (三弦) - plucked lute with body covered with snakeskin and long fretless neck
Ruan (Chinese: 阮; pinyin: ruǎn) - moon-shaped lute in five sizes: gaoyin-, xiao-, zhong-, da-, and diyin-
Liuqin (柳琴) - small plucked, fretted lute with a pear-shaped body and four strings
Yueqin (月琴) - plucked lute with a wooden body, a short fretted neck, and four strings tuned in pairs
Qinqin (秦琴) - plucked lute with a wooden body and fretted neck
Duxianqin (traditional Chinese: 獨弦琴; simplified Chinese: 独弦琴) - plucked zither with only one string

[edit] Bowed

Re-enactment of an ancient traditional music performanceHuqin (胡琴) - family of vertical fiddles
Erhu (二胡) - two-stringed fiddle
Zhonghu (中胡) - two-stringed fiddle, lower pitch than erhu
Gaohu (高胡) - two-stringed fiddle, higher pitch than erhu; also called yuehu (粤胡)
Banhu (板胡) - two-stringed fiddle with a coconut resonator and wooden face, used primarily in northern China
Jinghu (京胡) - two-stringed fiddle, very high pitched, used mainly for Beijing opera
Jing erhu (京二胡) - erhu used in Beijing opera
Erxian (二弦) - two-stringed fiddle, used in Cantonese, Chaozhou, and nanguan music
Tiqin (提琴) - two-stringed fiddle, used in kunqu, Chaozhou, Cantonese, Fujian, and Taiwanese music
Yehu (椰胡) - two-stringed fiddle with coconut body, used primarily in Cantonese and Chaozhou music
Daguangxian (大广弦) - fiddle used primarily by the Hakka, in Taiwan and Fujian
Datong (大筒) - two-stringed fiddle used in the traditional music of Hunan
Datongxian (大筒弦) - two-stringed fiddle used primarily in the traditional music of southern China and Taiwan
Hexian (和弦) - large fiddle used primarily among the Hakka of Taiwan
Huluqin (葫芦琴) - two-stringed fiddle with gourd body used by the Naxi of Yunnan
Huluhu (traditional Chinese: 葫盧胡; simplified Chinese: 葫芦胡) - two-stringed fiddle with gourd body used by the Zhuang of Guangxi
Maguhu (traditional Chinese: 馬骨胡; simplified Chinese: 马骨胡; pinyin: mǎgǔhú) - two-stringed fiddle with horse bone body used by the Zhuang and Buyei peoples of southern China
Tuhu (土胡) - two-stringed fiddle used by the Zhuang people of Guangxi
Jiaohu (角胡) - two-stringed fiddle used by the Gelao people of Guangxi, as well as the Miao and Dong
Sihu (四胡) - four-stringed fiddle with strings tuned in pairs
Sanhu (三胡) - 3-stringed erhu with an additional bass string; developed in the 1970s [1]
Zhuihu (traditional Chinese: 墜胡; simplified Chinese: 坠胡) - two-stringed fiddle with fingerboard
Zhuiqin (traditional: 墜琴; simplified: 坠琴) - two-stringed fiddle with fingerboard
Leiqin (雷琴) - two-stringed fiddle with fingerboard
Dihu (低胡) - low pitched two-stringed fiddles in the erhu family, in three sizes:
Xiaodihu (小低胡) - small dihu, tuned one octave below the erhu
Zhongdihu (中低胡) - medium dihu, tuned one octave below the zhonghu
Dadihu (大低胡) - large dihu, tuned two octaves below the erhu
Dahu (大胡) - another name for the xiaodihu
Cizhonghu - another name for the xiaodihu
Gehu (革胡) - four-stringed bass instrument, tuned and played like cello
Diyingehu (低音革胡) - four stringed contrabass instrument, tuned and played like double bass
Laruan (拉阮) - four-stringed bowed instrument modeled on the cello
Paqin (琶琴) - modern bowed instrument
Dapaqin (大琶琴) - bass paqin
Dixianqin (低絃琴)
Niutuiqin or niubatui (牛腿琴 or 牛巴腿) - two-stringed fiddle used by the Dong people of Guizhou
Matouqin (馬頭琴) - Mongolian two-stringed "horsehead fiddle"
Xiqin (奚琴) - ancient prototype of huqin family of instruments
Yazheng (simplified: 轧筝; traditional: 軋箏) - bowed zither; also called yaqin (simplified: 轧琴; traditional: 軋琴)
Zhengni (筝尼) - bowed zither; used by the Zhuang people of Guangxi
Aijieke (艾捷克) - four-stringed bowed instrument used in Xinjiang; similar to kamancheh [2]
Sataer (萨它尔) - long-necked bowed lute used in Xinjiang

[edit] Struck
Yangqin (揚琴) - hammered dulcimer of varying strings struck using two bamboo hammers
Zhu (筑) - ancient zither, struck or plucked with a stick
Jiaoweiqin (焦尾琴)

[edit] Bamboo (竹)

A half-section of the Song Dynasty (960–1279) version of the Night Revels of Han Xizai, original by Gu Hongzhong;[1] the female musicians in the center of the image are playing transverse bamboo flutes and guan, and the male musician is playing a wooden clapper called paiban.Bamboo mainly refers to woodwind instruments, which include:

[edit] Flutes
Dizi (笛子) - transverse bamboo flute with buzzing membrane
Bangdi (梆笛)
Xiao (traditional Chinese: 簫; simplified Chinese: 箫; pinyin: xiāo) - end-blown flute; also called dongxiao (traditional Chinese: 洞簫; simplifi

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