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Zhongzhou Caotang Yiji
Bequeathed Collection of the Zhongzhou Grass Hut 1
 
中洲草堂遺集
Late Ming
Opening of Shui Dong You 2        

According to the introduction by Zha Fuxi (1962) in Qinqu Jicheng, although this book was not published until 1821-51 it actually dates from the end of the Ming dynasty.3 In addition to poetry by the Ming loyalist Chen Zi'ang of Guangzhou,4 it has one qin piece, Water Meanders East, attributed to him.5

Zhongzhou (78.179) generally refers to Henan or a part of it, but it can also refer to China in general.

 

 
Footnotes (Shorthand references are explained on a separate page)

1. Bequeathed Collection of the Zhongzhou Grass Hut (Zhongzhou Caotang Yiji 中洲草堂遺集
QQJC IX/387-404
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2. Image: Shui Dong You tablature
Copied from QQJC IX/401 (.pdf of whole melody).
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3. Zha preface
Qinqu Jicheng IX/iv
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4. 陳子卬 Chen Zi'ang of Guangzhou
Compare 陳子昂
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5. Water Meanders East (水東游 Shui Dong You)
See .pdf of whole melody. Note that the tablature was written using the old method.
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