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The last of China's literati [electronic resource] : the music, poetry, and life of Tsar Teh-yun / Bell Yung.

By: Yung, Bell.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, c2008Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 180 p.) : ill., ports., map.ISBN: 9789882205314 (electronic bk.); 9882205313 (electronic bk.).Other title: $1!Ur!=j!2n!2F(B Subject(s): Cai, Deyun | Women musicians -- China -- Biography | Musicians -- China -- Biography | Qin (Musical instrument) | Women poets -- Biography | Intellectuals -- China -- Biography | Literature | Fine Arts | MUSIC -- Individual Composer & Musician | BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY -- Composers & Musicians | Cai, DeyunGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Last of China's literati.DDC classification: 780.92 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Waters and mists of the Rivers Xiao and Xiang -- Calling upon Tsar Teh-yun Laoshi -- Early years -- Calligraphy, poetry, and music -- From adolescence to marriage -- A tale of two cities: Shanghai and Hong Kong -- Studying Qin -- Elegant gatherings of musicians, poets, and artists -- Qin students and the Deyin Qin Society -- Methods of teaching -- Style of playing -- The Sojourner and her poems -- Qin and Tsar in the twenty-first century -- Appendices: Qin compositions mentioned -- Chronology -- Poems in Chinese characters.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [165]-169) and index.

Waters and mists of the Rivers Xiao and Xiang -- Calling upon Tsar Teh-yun Laoshi -- Early years -- Calligraphy, poetry, and music -- From adolescence to marriage -- A tale of two cities: Shanghai and Hong Kong -- Studying Qin -- Elegant gatherings of musicians, poets, and artists -- Qin students and the Deyin Qin Society -- Methods of teaching -- Style of playing -- The Sojourner and her poems -- Qin and Tsar in the twenty-first century -- Appendices: Qin compositions mentioned -- Chronology -- Poems in Chinese characters.

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