Kunqu

Kunqu

written by Isabel K. F., Wong; edited by Robert C. Provine, Yosihiko Tokumaru and J. Lawrence Witzleben (Routledge (Publisher), 2001), 8 page(s)

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Field of Interest
World Music
Author
Isabel K. F., Wong
Content Type
General reference book
Format
Text
Page Count
8
Page Range
326-333
Publication Year
2001
Publisher
Routledge (Publisher)
Subject
World Music, Music & Performing Arts, East Asia: China, Japan, and Korea, Japanese, Chinese, American, Dan, Chinese-American, Suzhou, Buddhism, Taoism, Ancient civilizations, Empire, Crazy Horse is Stabbed and Dies of Wounds, Fort Robinson, NE, September 5-6, 1877, Clapper, Drum, Flute, bamboo, Lute, Pipa, Organ, Mouth, Sheng, Pipe, Reed, Trumpet, Whistle, Zither, Ásia Oriental, China, japão e Coréia, Asia Oriental: China, Japón y Korea, New York Upstate, Japón, Japão, Shang-hai Shih, Hongkong (State), Hongkong Island, Hong Kong Island, Hong-Kong (State), Hong-Kong Island, Formosa, Wien, Peking, Kiangsu, Chiang-su, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Wei Liangfu, 1522-1573, Liu Liqun, Tang Xianzu, 1550-1616, Deng Xiaoping, 1904-1997, New York, California, Japan, China, Shanghai Shi, Hong Kong (State), Taiwan, Vienna State, Zhejiang, Beijing Shi, Jiangsu Sheng, Anhui
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Ásia Oriental, China, japão e Coréia, Asia Oriental: China, Japón y Korea, New York Upstate, Japón, Japão, Shang-hai Shih, Hongkong (State), Hongkong Island, Hong Kong Island, Hong-Kong (State), Hong-Kong Island, Formosa, Wien, Peking, Kiangsu, Chiang-su

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