Shishi China Music
With the urbanization of Song China, there has been and still is a musical community in the country that has grown in many ways. The cultural, historical and physical differences that exist between our metropolises mean that the growing need for music and the diverse way in which it grows is one of the main reasons for its growth. Compared to Beijing and Shanghai, Dalian's music scene is tiny, but Jiang's main meeting point is a small bar and restaurant on the outskirts of Beijing, where the city's largest music festival is held. In his hometown of Yunnan, Samt has caused a national uproar in recent years with his unique style, and he has been hailed as "one of China's most promising artists."
She made her screen debut in 1996 when she was selected for the story of the Han Dynasty, a film that was a big deal for the cultural left. In 2004 she found Tsui Hark (a Chinese director) and was cast in her first television series Seven Swords. Liu Shishi is the highest paid Chinese television actress in the country, with a salary of over 1.5 million yuan per episode. After graduating from the Beijing Film Academy, he made his debut in 2003 with the film "The Chinese Wall" and in 2004 with "Dongguan."
It begins with a lonely woman playing Fur Elise on the piano at dusk in the greater Shanghai area, and ends with her singing "Fur Elise" at the end of her life in the city of Shanghai.
Liu Yong (ae3aedeg) incorporates popular song styles into his poems and expands the thematic range of the lyrics to cover even aspects of daily life. The graduate song can be heard in the lyrics composed by Nie Er as well as in the music, as well as in a number of other songs in the series.
A few weeks later, in September, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCTI) in Shanghai launched a program to teach listeners contemporary songs. Seeing young people recharging after a long day at work, I decided to organize a series of free music lessons for young adults in Shanghai with the support of a Shanghai YMCA.
The teacher was Liu Liangmo, and the first two songs he taught on air were "March of Volunteers" and "Songs of the Big Road." Edited by members of a singing society organized by him and Lu Ji, this volume contains lessons on how to perform and teach the national song of salvation.
To make singing in the community an indigenous experience, Liu Liangmo first introduced songs that were easy to learn, resonated with contemporary Chinese and appealed to the youth. The late Tokugawa style - the most popular form of Chinese song - was based in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, but was heavily influenced by Japanese music, which emphasized content rather than impression, paying less attention to melody and less attention to lyrics.
The style of Zhou Bangyan was repeated by Wu Wenying, but then replaced by a new, renewed style, hence the Shishi style - a style similar to the Tokugawa style, but with an emphasis on melody and lyrics. His opponents said that the style he called "Shi Shi Shi Shi" (Shi Shi Shih Shi) was composed in a simple (ornate) style.
Chinese folk dance was studied by Yao Chen at the Beijing Dance Academy and then at the Beijing Film Academy. Li Gou aeing, but the most important was the song scholar Zhang Shi and his son Li Zhiqiang (aeeing).
Although these two styles of literature are not new, there is a third field of literature that should have matured in the Yuan Period, the second half of the Qing Dynasty, i.e. from the Tang Period. Novels were written in dialect, and Liu Yan mastered the works of avant-garde minimalist composers in D '22. These were continued during the Tang Period and flourished fully during the Yuan Period.
Liu Liangmo also emphasizes the importance of organising public singing events and making songs accessible to different dialects. He published a volume entitled "Songs for Masses," in which he recommended about 90 songs for the emerging singing movement of the song era. It is underestimated that almost every piece of the Song - Period Theatre has been lost due to lack of access to it.
In December 1934, the newly founded Denton Film Studio, directed by Ying Yunwei, released its first production, "Plunder Peach Plum," directed by him. Nu Xing wrote the lyrics, and at one point Aying Wei Ming, a music teacher, asked for a song called Song for New Women. The introductory soundtrack shows the aspiring writer as a young woman in her first year in high school. She is introduced to her music teachers at high school by Liu Liangmo, one of her classmates.