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USIC IN CHINA MUSIC IN CHINA October 4 th , 2010
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Key Events in Chinese History ± Earlist Chinese dynasties and emergence of ancient Chinese civilization (16th BCE) () ± Han Dynasty (202 BCE-220 CE): Confucianism established as foundation of Chinese social; expansion westward; Silk Road; tributary system ± Tang dynasty (618-907): great cultural fusion, vast imperial expansion ± Ming dynasty (1368-1644): emergence of large Chinese middle class ± Qing dynasty (1644-1911)—last of the Chinese imperial ynasties; the rise of the Manchu dynasties; the rise of the Manchu
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ey Events in the Contemporary History Key Events in the Contemporary History of China ± Republican era (1912-1949): Major cultural reform efforts; modernization; Westernization ± Establishment of People’s Republic of China (1949) ± Cultural Revolution era (1966-1976): censorship on music erature and arts in all domains literature and arts in all domains ± Reform and Openness (late 1970s-present): Deng p( p) g Xiaoping’s policy of “Economic Reforms and Openness”
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Qin seven-string zither ttp://guoxue dahe cn/XianFeng/UploadFiles 5802/200805/2008052315304900 jpg http://guoxue.dahe.cn/XianFeng/UploadFiles_5802/200805/2008052315304900.jpg
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in ( Qin ( ) ± A fretless board zither with seven strings, and thirteen markers
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2010 for the course MUSIC 0311 taught by Professor Emilypinkerton during the Fall '07 term at Pittsburgh.

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