梦华录 A Dream of Splendour- 宋引章 Song Yin Zhang Lin Yun (Jelly Lin), She is the teacher of pipa in the Jiaofang, a woman who was cheated and abused by marriage but later she divorce from her abusive husband During the first few episodes With wisdom, Zhao Paner rescued Song Yinzhang (Lin Yun) , the “number one pipa master in the south of the Yangtze River” who was abused by cheating marriage, later whom was by court banished from province , and a good sister of Zhao Paner. Later, she became famous in the capital with her superb pipa skills in which she is a respected and gifted Pipa Musician…
梦华录 A Dream of Splendour The play is adapted from Guan Hanqing’s Yuan drama ” Zhao Pan’er Fengyue Rescue Fengchen “. It tells the story of three women who experienced various difficulties, joined hands to bravely enter Bianjing. The story of trying to turn Yongan Tower into the largest restaurant in Bianjing
Song Yinzhang’s pipa song is famous throughout the city~ the several layers of artistic conception contained in the circulation of the music are even more profoundingly in the series of 梦华录 A Dream of Splendour joined hands with Phoenix Digital Technology and combined with “Painting to Travel Thousands of Miles of Rivers and Mountains” to launch the third video of the series of “Exploring Dreams,梦华录 A Dream of Splendour. Let’s follow the young pipa player Xia Yuyan across a thousand years of music time and space, and feel the sound of the Song Dynasty!
The last popular science video “Dining and Wine” will also be launched soon, don’t miss it!
“I heard that many people like the make- up of Song Yinzhang in梦华录 A Dream of Splendour But it’s still a little difficult for me to imitate myself So today on 27th June 2022 I will restore Song Yinzhang’s makeup with my makeup artist After the makeup, it seems to be back to last summer . Did you find out which episode of makeup and hairstyle this is a copy recreation of the make up on how it’s done..
A琵琶pipa is one of the most popular Chinese instruments and has been played for almost two thousand years in China. Several related instruments are derived from the pipa, is a traditional Chinese musical instrument, belonging to the plucked category of instruments. Sometimes called the “Chinese lute“, the instrument has a pear-shaped wooden body with a varying number of frets ranging from 12 to 31. Another Chinese four-string plucked lute is the liuqin, which looks like a smaller version of the pipa. The pear-shaped instrument may have existed in China as early as the Han dynasty, and although historically the term pipa was once used to refer to a variety of plucked chordophones, its usage since the Song dynasty refers exclusively to the pear-shaped instrument.
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