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Meihua Dagu

Meihua Dagu Also called as Meihua Tune. Meihua Dagu is a category of Dagu that flourished in Beijing and Tianjin towards the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China. It originated from Qingkou Dagu. becoming popu...

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Dujiaoxi

Dujiaoxi (monodrama). also called Huaji (buffoonery). is a form of Quyi arts that is popular in East China`s Shanghai. Jiangsu and Zhejiang Dujiaoxi dates back to around 1920s. The art used to be mostly performed by one person. its art for...

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Drama and Dialects

Drama and Dialects Drama and Dialects. collaborated by Hou Baolin and Guo Qiru. is one of the representative works of famous Xiangsheng (comic dialogue) master Hou Baolin. In 1951. Hou wrote the cross-talk Xiangsheng Drama and Dialects bas...

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Xihe Dagu

Xihe Dagu forms the biggest family in the Dagu clan. It has a very long history with a huge audience in Hebei and Shandong provinces. Tianjin and Beijing municipalities. and Northeast and Northwest China. It originated from the Xianzishu a...

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Henan Zhuizi

Henan Zhuizi This form of Dagu originated in Henan and has a history of over 100 years. It became popular in Henan. Shandong and Anhui provinces as well as in the cities of Tianjin and Beijing. Its main musical instrument is the Zhuizixian...

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Body Language in Quyi

Body Language in Quyi Just like drama. Quyi also pays much attention to the maneuver of ``Hand. Eyes. Body and Step in performance. Hand. Eyes. Body and Step here refer to a performer`s expressions and movements that accompany his singing...

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Art Forms of Quyi

Art Forms of Quyi Quyi is a general name for a variety of speaking and singing arts. It became a special art genre after undergoing a long period of development and evolution from oral literature and songs. The origin of Quyi goes way back...

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Four Categories of Shuohua

Four Categories of Shuohua Shuohua (a way of storytelling) is a feat prevalent in the Tang (618-907) and Song (960-1279) dynasties. The art of Shuohua gradually matured and its contents and performing styles became more diversified in the...

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Nanyin Music

Nanyin music (literally translated as ``the music of the South``). a traditional opera sung in the Minnan (south Fujian) dialect. has existed for more than 1.000 years and is considered to be the most ancient musical art form in China. Als...

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Guo Degang

Guo Degang - a new boast to an ancient comic dialogue ``Guo Degang Phenomenon`` From the third to the eighth day of the first month in China`s lunar calendar in the year of the dog (January 31 to February 5. 2006). people from Tianjin Muni...

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