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State sacrifices and music in Ming China

orthodoxy, creativity, and expressiveness

by Joseph Sui Ching Lam

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Published by State University of New York Press in Albany .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Rites and ceremonies -- China.,
    • Sacrifice -- China.,
    • Music -- Religious aspects.,
    • China -- History -- Ming dynasty, 1368-1644.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-197) and index.

      StatementJoseph S.C. Lam.
      SeriesSUNY series in Chinese local studies
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBL1812.R57 L35 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 205 p. :
      Number of Pages205
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL689835M
      ISBN 100791437051
      LC Control Number97036909

      Music of Death and New Creation: Experiences in the World of Balinese Gamelan Beleganjur. Bruno Deschênes: Trân Van Khê. Musique du Viet-nam. Ping-Hui Li: Joseph S. C. Lam. State Sacrifices and Music in Ming China: Orthodoxy, Creativity, and Expressiveness.   The Ming dynasty (), a period of commercial expansion and cultural innovation, fashioned the relationship between state and society in Chinese history. This unique collection of reworked and heavily illustrated essays, by one of the leading scholars of Chinese history, re-examines this relationship. It argues that, contrary to previous scholarship, it was radical responses within.

      1 Romeyn Taylor, “Official Religion in the Ming,” –, gives a brief description of the institu-tion. Joseph S. C. Lam, State Sacrifices and Music in Ming China, Joseph S. C. Lam, “Imperial Agency in Ming Music Culture,” and Nicolas Standaert, “Ritual Dances and Their Visual Representations in the. Chinese drama from the earliest times until today; a panoramic study of the art in China, tracing its origin and describing its actors (in both male and female roles), their costumes and make-up, superstitions and stage slang, the accompanying music and m.

      See especially Nicolas Standaert, ed. Handbook of Christianity in China, Volume One: Leiden: E. J. Brill, Pp. present summaries and bibliographies of most fields of science and technology that the Jesuits were involved with in Ming and Qing : Tom Ventimiglia. Sacred Kingship and Sacrifice in Ancient India and China Thomas Wilson Lisa Trivedi Department of History Hamilton College [email protected] Abstract This unit aims to establish a pedagogical framework for a comparative study of ancient India and ancient China on the basis of reading primary sources across cultural traditions. ThisFile Size: 84KB.


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Ming Music Theory --Ch. State Sacrificial Music in the Ming Court --Ch. Ming State Sacrificial Songs --Ch. Orthodoxy, Creativity, Expressiveness, and Critical Audiences of Ming State. Musicians in Ming China had a diverse status, with many musicians having low social positions. At the same time, musicians could also enjoy great status, like in the case of the emperor Hongzhi who was very well known for being a proponent of music.

Most musicians however, were not part of imperial or gentry family and Ming music culture was characterized by four distinct but closely. The Ming dynasty (/ m ɪ ŋ /), officially the Great Ming, was the ruling dynasty of China from to following the collapse of the Mongol-led Yuan Ming dynasty was the last imperial dynasty of China ruled by Han gh the primary capital of Beijing fell in to a rebellion led by Li Zicheng (who established the Shun dynasty, soon replaced by the Manchu-led Capital: Nanjing (Yingtian prefecture), (–).

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State Sacrifices and Music in Ming China: Orthodoxy, Cre-ativity, and Expressiveness. Albany: State University of New York, xvi + pp., music exx., illustrations, notes, glossary, bibliography, index. ISBN X (paper). $ This volume is a detailed account of Ming dynasty state sacrifices, contrasting music to other.

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The author examines the changing landscape of life over the three centuries of Ming (). torical setting, the state sacrifices and music in the Ming court of China ( A.D.). Lam's book is organized into eight chapters. Chapters One and Eight serve as introduction and conclusion respectively, and the rest, according to the author, can be divided into two parts.

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He is a former (–) director of the Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments (University of Michigan) and is the author of State Sacrifices and Music in Ming China (SUNY Press).Cited by: 1. His publications include "Kunqu, the Classical Opera of Globalized China" (forthcoming), "Historical Studies on Song Dynasty Music: Theories and Narratives" (in Chinese, ), and "State Sacrifices and Music in Ming China: Creativity, Orthodoxy and Expressiveness" ().

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