Erhu (二胡) is a Chinese two-stringed bowed musical instrument, which may be also called “Chinese violin“. Its origin dates back to Chinese Tang dynasty (7th – 10th century). The erhu consists of a long vertical stick-like wooden neck with two strings, at the bottom is a small resonator body (covered with snake skin), and the bow. The erhu is being played while sitting.
- The basic knowledge of traditional Chinese musical instruments
- Practical exercises to play erhu
- Learning Chinese songs – Lianxiao, Saima, and Antonin Dvorak´s Humoresque (2nd level course)
Beginners course I.
When: Thursday 18:30 (90 minutes)
Date: 2 April – 30 April 2015
The course length: 5 weeks
Where: Study room at Confucius Institute at Palacky University in Olomouc (Křížkovského 8)
Price: CZK 800,-
Lecturer: Jiang Weixi, the course is held in Czech language
Bank account number 43-0730720237/0100, variable symbol 9370, write your name and surname, erhu into the sender´s message for the recipient!
Instrument is available for use during the course at CI.