Religious Music in China: Overview

Religious Music in China: Overview

written by Tsao, Penyeh; edited by Robert C. Provine, Yosihiko Tokumaru and J. Lawrence Witzleben (Routledge (Publisher), 2001), 4 page(s)

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Field of Interest
World Music
Author
Tsao, Penyeh
Content Type
General reference book
Format
Text
Page Count
4
Page Range
348-351
Publication Year
2001
Publisher
Routledge (Publisher)
Subject
World Music, Music & Performing Arts, East Asia: China, Japan, and Korea, Chinese, Luo, Religious faiths, Buddhism, Taoism, Ancient civilizations, Empire, Bell, Cymbals, Drum, Flute, bamboo, Lute, Pipa, Organ, Mouth, Sheng, Suona, Reed, Dizi, Sanxian, Woodblock, muyu, Ásia Oriental, China, japão e Coréia, Asia Oriental: China, Japón y Korea, Peking, Kiangsu, Chiang-su, Foken, Fouken, Fukien, Hokkien, Szechuan, Szechwan, Sinkiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Laozi, 604 BC-521 BC, India, China, Beijing Shi, Jiangsu Sheng, Fujian, Sichuan, Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu, Shanxi
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Ásia Oriental, China, japão e Coréia, Asia Oriental: China, Japón y Korea, Peking, Kiangsu, Chiang-su, Foken, Fouken, Fukien, Hokkien, Szechuan, Szechwan, Sinkiang Uyghur Autonomous Region

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