Erhu playing

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.

  1. The basic knowledge of traditional Chinese musical instruments
  2. Practical exercises to play erhu
  3. 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

Payment details

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.

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