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  • GuanZi and Sheng KONTAKT
    18 July 2020
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    GuanZi & Sheng KONTAKT

    P2P | 14 January 2020 | 4.07 GB

    Characterized by the triste tone, GuanZi (literally means Pipe) is a one-of-a-kind double-reed instrument from magesy download China. Originated in Central Asia, like many other existing Chinese instruments, GuanZi was embraced dearly and became an integral part of Chinese instruments ever since the great Tang Dynasty (7th -10th centuries). GuanZi was once one of the standard instruments of court music. It was also used in military and festival events, as well as monumental, burial ceremonies. It is, sometimes, considered to be too distinctive to be a team instrument though, hence resulted its slightly being overlooked today.

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  • BaWu MaTouQin and HuLuSi KONTAKT
    18 July 2020
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    BaWu MaTouQin & HuLuSi KONTAKT

    P2P | 14 January 2020 | 5.81 GB

    Besides the horse-headed pegbox, Matouqin is very recognizable for its unusual playing techniques and styles. Our production approached Matouqin in pursuit of the indigenous flavour instead of the more Westernized style, and by delivering that flavour, all the composers and musicians now have a chance to explore and express in the most authentic and original Mongolian flavour easily. HuGejiletu, a member of the Hanggai band in China, is the recording Matouqin musician of this project.

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  • ZhongHu GaoHu BanHu and JingHu KONTAKT
    13 July 2020
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    HuQin Family KONTAKT

    P2P | 14 January 2020 | 5.53 GB

    …::: ZhongHu, GaoHu, BanHu and JingHu :::…

    These four are different types of Hu fiddles. Not as popular as ErHu, but they all are essential fiddles. Highest pitched Hu fiddle in the HuQin family.

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  • Xun KONTAKT
    13 July 2020
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    Xun KONTAKT

    P2P | 14 January 2020 | 1.38 GB

    Xun. One of the earliest instruments in China. Archeological excavation discovered Xun from magesy download sites more than 7,000 years ago. It is very similar to orcarina, but without a fipple. Xun is considered as a ritual instrument in Chinese history. Mostly used for court music after the Han dynasty till modern days. As time passes, Xun evolves into a mature instrument capable of performing on its own. Xun has a very unique errie sound character that can be fitted for filmic scoring. A famous Tang essay praised Xun: “How great Xun is! It’s so elegant, so balanced, so natural and so thick. No wonder the sages would love it.

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  • ChineeGuQin KONTAKT
    11 July 2020
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    ChineeGuQin KONTAKT

    P2P | 13 January 2020 | 2.25 GB

    The Vivacious Vessel of Harmony

    GuQin is among the few most distinctive and representative classical Chinese instruments ever. The written record of it can be traced back to at least 3,000 years ago. It’s a zither similar to GuZheng, but since GuQin does not have bridges, it is far more versatile in terms of tones and playing techniques, it is also much harder to master. GuQin has a special place in the Chinese history as a symbol of the high-culture of the nobles and intellectuals (Junzi, Superior Man). It’s also seen as the vessel for pursuing harmony. Even Confucius had played and taught GuQin. During the last two tumultuous centuries of China, however, GuQin’s tradition almost went extinct. Nowadays the Chinese have resumed the tradition and are trying to revitalize GuQin. GuQin is usually accompanied with a lower-pitched flute in performance. ChineeNanxiao, or some other xiaos in ChineeWinds are good choices of companion. The music style is usually more personal and inward.

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  • PiPa and LiuQin KONTAKT
    11 July 2020
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    PiPa & LiuQin KONTAKT

    P2P | 13 January 2020 | 7.12 GB

    PiPa: The Never-Stopping Chattering. Pipa (Chinese Lute) has its origin dated back to the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC). As Pipa evolved, it was heavily influenced by Persian culture during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907 AD) when the two great civilizations crossed over with each other, and became one of the most popular instruments in China ever since then As Pipa prospered in the most powerful Chinese dynasty, it left tremendous markings in the Chinese literature and culture. Pipa is most well-known for its rapid, successive playing style. A famous quote from magesy download a Chinese poem has it nailed: “[sounds like] the pearls, large and small, on a jade plate fall”.

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  • GuZheng KONTAKT
    11 July 2020
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    GuZheng KONTAKT

    P2P | 13 January 2020 | 8.15 GB

    Rippling and Dreamy

    Guzheng, as one of the most representative Chinese instruments, first appeared around the Warring States period (475 – 221 BC), then became extremely popular during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907 AD) and spread to all neighboring areas ever since (e.g., Guzheng is the forefather of Japanese Koto). Guzheng was originally a rather simple instrument with only five strings. After all the years of evolution, today’s Guzheng has twenty-one strings and is still widely used in all kinds of Chinese music. Guzheng has a unique, rippling sound character. The playing techniques developed for Guzheng are also Extraordinary Live Performance Playability ChineeGuzheng II has an extensive sampleset which contains various types of tremolo, slide, glissando, and strumming. The note range is from magesy download A2 to G7 (for most patches).

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