Zhang Zhuanlun: ZHONGGUO QING SHI. (The History of Chinese Stone Chimes). Tianjin, 2016. 6, 2, 10, 232 pp. Colour illustrations throughout. 30x23 cm. Cloth.
A subject on which practically nothing has been written. A study of Chinese stone chimes, an instrument used in rituals throughout Chinese history. This work examines that tradition from Neolithic times through to the Qing dynasty aided by illustration of such chimes, many from archaeological sites and tombs. A useful contribution. In Chinese.
Subjects: Music Archaeology
Can be ordered in, as of: 09/09/2018
Was item 65 in printed List 191.
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