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CHINESE
THEATER
MR. CARLO JUSTINO J. LUNA
Malabanias Integrated School
Angeles City
MUSIC
Unit 4 – Musical Theater and Fes...
PEKING
OPERA
Chinese
Theater
Chinese theater traditionally
was considered as the highest
form of arts in China.
• is also known as the Beijing opera
• still follows traditional Chinese arts in
stressing meaning, rather than precise
ac...
• is a stylized Chinese form of opera
dating from the late 18th century, in
which speech, singing, mime, and
acrobatics ar...
• became fully developed and
recognized by the mid-19th century
• was regarded as one of the cultural
treasures of China a...
• The opera artists’ goal is to make
every performance exceptionally
beautiful in every movement they will
make.
PEKING
OP...
PEKING
OPERA
STYLES
OF MUSIC
Basically, the Peking opera has two main
styles of music:
• Erh-huang
• His-p’l
These styles are very
similar and the only...
His-p’l has lower sound than erh-
huang.
They also utilize the
technique called
fan-pan which is
commonly used for
sorrowf...
• It comprises about 8 musicians sitting
on stools in the far corner of the stage.
• Each performance in a Peking opera
be...
• In some performances, they also start
with a single skin drum or kettle drum.
• The conductor usually sits in the center...
• The actor’s delivery of lines is rigidly
controlled by conventions.
• Each role has its prescribed vocal timbre
and pitc...
• Even spoken passages are governed by
strict rhythms and tempos.
• Chanted and sung passages are freely
inserted into spo...
MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
1. Ti-ts – cross flute; usually played
along singing
2. Siao – recorded flutes; usually
played along singing
3. Sona – tru...
Violin-Like
1. Hu-ch’in – is a two-stringed violin-
like instrument that is held upright
against the knee
2. Bu-ch’in – is...
Guitar-Like
1. Yue-ch’in – is a four-stringed moon
guitar
2. San-sien – is a three-stringed
instrument
3. Pi-p’a – is simi...
1. Ta-lo
2. Siao-lo
3. Tan-pi-ku – kettle drum; used to
create the tempo of the
performance
Idiophone
Chinese
Theater
}gon...
Pictures of
Peking Opera
Performers
Peking Opera
PERFORMANCE
PEKING
OPERA
PEKING
OPERA
THANKS!MR. CARLO JUSTINO J. LUNA
Malabanias Integrated School
Angeles City
MUSIC
Unit 4 – Musical Theater and Festivals of...
Chinese Theater - MAPEH 8 (Music 4th Quarter)
Chinese Theater - MAPEH 8 (Music 4th Quarter)
Chinese Theater - MAPEH 8 (Music 4th Quarter)
Chinese Theater - MAPEH 8 (Music 4th Quarter)
Chinese Theater - MAPEH 8 (Music 4th Quarter)
Chinese Theater - MAPEH 8 (Music 4th Quarter)
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Chinese Theater - MAPEH 8 (Music 4th Quarter)

MAPEH 8
MUSIC Unit 4: Musical Theater and Festivals of Asia
Lesson 2: Chinese Theater

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Chinese Theater - MAPEH 8 (Music 4th Quarter)

  1. 1. CHINESE THEATER MR. CARLO JUSTINO J. LUNA Malabanias Integrated School Angeles City MUSIC Unit 4 – Musical Theater and Festivals of Asia
  2. 2. PEKING OPERA
  3. 3. Chinese Theater Chinese theater traditionally was considered as the highest form of arts in China.
  4. 4. • is also known as the Beijing opera • still follows traditional Chinese arts in stressing meaning, rather than precise actions PEKING OPERA Chinese Theater
  5. 5. • is a stylized Chinese form of opera dating from the late 18th century, in which speech, singing, mime, and acrobatics are performed to an instrumental accompaniment PEKING OPERA Chinese Theater
  6. 6. • became fully developed and recognized by the mid-19th century • was regarded as one of the cultural treasures of China and was extremely popular in the Qing Dynasty court PEKING OPERA Chinese Theater
  7. 7. • The opera artists’ goal is to make every performance exceptionally beautiful in every movement they will make. PEKING OPERA Chinese Theater
  8. 8. PEKING OPERA
  9. 9. STYLES OF MUSIC
  10. 10. Basically, the Peking opera has two main styles of music: • Erh-huang • His-p’l These styles are very similar and the only difference is the key. Main Styles of Music
  11. 11. His-p’l has lower sound than erh- huang. They also utilize the technique called fan-pan which is commonly used for sorrowful songs, and is only sung by bearded characters. Main Styles of Music
  12. 12. • It comprises about 8 musicians sitting on stools in the far corner of the stage. • Each performance in a Peking opera begins with the ta-lo and siao-lo, a small and large gong and cymbals. PEKING OPERA: ORCHESTRA Chinese Theater
  13. 13. • In some performances, they also start with a single skin drum or kettle drum. • The conductor usually sits in the center of the orchestra and creates tempo with this drum. PEKING OPERA: ORCHESTRA Chinese Theater
  14. 14. • The actor’s delivery of lines is rigidly controlled by conventions. • Each role has its prescribed vocal timbre and pitch, and syllables are often drawn out with regards to conversational usage in order to maintain the appropriate rhythm. PEKING OPERA: VOCAL Chinese Theater
  15. 15. • Even spoken passages are governed by strict rhythms and tempos. • Chanted and sung passages are freely inserted into spoken monologues or dialogues. • Thus, lines are rendered in an extremely stylized manner. PEKING OPERA: VOCAL Chinese Theater
  16. 16. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
  17. 17. 1. Ti-ts – cross flute; usually played along singing 2. Siao – recorded flutes; usually played along singing 3. Sona – trumpet; announces prosperous occasions (victories, good news, etc.) Aerophone Chinese Theater
  18. 18. Violin-Like 1. Hu-ch’in – is a two-stringed violin- like instrument that is held upright against the knee 2. Bu-ch’in – is also a two-stringed violin-like instrument that has a more graceful sound Chordophone Chinese Theater
  19. 19. Guitar-Like 1. Yue-ch’in – is a four-stringed moon guitar 2. San-sien – is a three-stringed instrument 3. Pi-p’a – is similar to lute with four strings Chordophone Chinese Theater
  20. 20. 1. Ta-lo 2. Siao-lo 3. Tan-pi-ku – kettle drum; used to create the tempo of the performance Idiophone Chinese Theater }gongs; signify the beginning of the performance
  21. 21. Pictures of Peking Opera Performers
  22. 22. Peking Opera PERFORMANCE
  23. 23. PEKING OPERA
  24. 24. PEKING OPERA
  25. 25. THANKS!MR. CARLO JUSTINO J. LUNA Malabanias Integrated School Angeles City MUSIC Unit 4 – Musical Theater and Festivals of Asia

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