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Peking opera, or Beijing opera Chinese: 京剧 pinyin: Jīngjù, is the most dominant form of Chinese opera which combines music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. It arose in Beijing in the mid-Qing dynasty 16361912 and became fully developed and recognized by the mid-19th century. The form was extremely popular in the Qing court and has come to be regarded as one of the cultural treasures of China. Major performance troupes are based in Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai. The art form is. Лейбл: 中国唱片 DM-6164, China Record Company DM-6164. Формат: Vinyl , LP. release approximately also might have been released as 4th part of a Box Set. Real Jingju Peking Opera. En Trance. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Peking Opera copyrightJingju Theater Company of about the history of Peking Opera, a style of drama closely associated with China's capital for two hundred years. Peking Opera is a form of traditional Chinese theater that originated in Beijing in the late 18th century. Compared to other types of Chinese theater, it is a relatively new style of drama, combining music, song, dance and acrobatics in a lively and colorful display. Read on to learn about the history of this unique art form. The birth year of Peking Opera is commonly set at 1790, the year of the eightieth birthday of the Qianlong Emperor. Creation of Peking Opera the Qing Dynasty 16441911. Peking opera was formally created in 1790 through the merging of several regional styles in China--namely two southern forms known collectively as pihuang--that have their roots in the 13th century. It incorporated regional forms of dance, mime, music and acrobatics and was more melodramatic. and even vulgar compared the older, more lyrical styles that preceded it. The Peking Opera inherited its four main role categories from kunqu and other earlier theatrical forms and yet enriched them, for example, by also adding among them martial role types with acrobatic skills. Beijing Opera Peking Opera, the quintessence of China, is developed from absorbing many other dramatic forms, mostly from 'Huiban' which was popular in South China during the 18th century. Its unique charm inspires ethos of Chinese people. There is no doubt that it is really the treasure of Chinese culture. If you want to taste the real Beijing Opera, Liyuan Theatre in Beijing will be a good choice for you. Related Reading: Beijing Opera Theaters, Beijing Travel Guide. Liyuan Theatre Peking Opera Booking. Last modified on Mar. Q & A Search. Peking Opera Company. Artist Overview. Top Albums. More Formats. No results were found for that selection. Musique Du Monde: Peki Various Artists. CD: . Back to top. Get to Know Us. One of the most outstanding figures of Peking Opera, Mei Lanfang, was the first Peking Opera actor to perform with his company abroad. His interpretation of Dan roles is legendary and from his style a whole new performing school developed. From the 1920ies on Mei Lanfang visited countries like Japan and the United States, where he achieved extraordinary success. Since then, Peking Opera has been shown throughout the world and has been at the forefront of cultural exchange. In 2010 Peking Opera was declared Intangible Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO. The Peking Opera performer should be well-versed in singing, recitation, acting and acrobatics. PagesInterestPerformance ArtPeking Opera UKVideosChina National Peking Opera Company 2018 London real beginning of Peking Opera was in 1790, when a combined group known as the Four Great Anhui Troupes, brought Anhui Opera, nowadays called 'Huiju', to Beijing as part of the celebrations for the 80th birthday of the Qianlong Emperor. In those days, opera was staged for the court only, and not the common people. And then in 1828 several famous Hubei Troupes came and performed together with the Anhui troupes. The Empress Dowager Cixi 1835 - 1908, being keen on the Peking Opera, had two stages built in the Summer Palace, and a smaller one in her private quarters, and often summoned the city's most gifted artists to perform for her

No. 1 Peking Opera Company of Peking, The - Selections from Shachiapang mp3

Performer: No. 1 Peking Opera Company of Peking, The

Title: Selections from Shachiapang

Country: China

Style: Opera, Chinese Classical

Catalog: M-830

Genre: Classical / Country

Size MP3: 1917 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 374

Record source: Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM

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