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Today what I wanna introduce is Chinese Tradictional Music . Chinese Tradictional Music dates back to the dawn of Chinese civilization with documents and artifacts providing evidence of a well-developed musical culture as early as the Zhou Dynasty.  Chinese Tradictional Music always has various instruments, they are traditionally divided into categories based on their material of composition: metal, stone, silk, wood, animal  skin, bambooand  so  on.  The most vatal part of the music should be the imperial music, firstly established in the Qin Dynasty, was greatly expanded under the Emperor Han Wu and charged with supervising court music and military music and determing what folk music would be officially recognized.  It seems that collecting folk music is a hobby to every emperor, almost them took it seriously, sending officers to collect songs to inspect the popular will. One of the Confucianist classics, the Class Of Potry , contained  many  folk  ongs  dating  from  800BC  to  400BC. In ancient China , the position of musicans was much lower than that of many classes, though music was seen as central to the harmony and longevity of the state.  Fortunately, nowdays, both the Chinese Tradictional Music and musicians have a new lease of life.
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