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Lou Yue (1137 - 1213), from an illustrious family on the upper reaches of the Qiantang River (which flows through Hangzhou), rose to a high official position in the Southern Song dynasty. After his death his writings were compiled into 攻媿集 Gongkui Ji in 120 folios, of which 112 are extant. This includes a travelogue of a trip he made to what is now Beijing, as well as an article on the melody Guangling San.
Wang Shixiang, in his article on Guangling San, discusses what we know of a version of Guangling San played by Lou Yue, based on Lou Yue's poem on the subject.4 He apparently learned it from Lu Zijia.3 It is mentioned together with one described by Zhang Chong.5
His Feng Qin (Wind and Qin6) begins,
More to be added. 7
Footnotes (Shorthand references are explained on a separate page)
Lou Yue (not Lou Yao)
樓鑰 15776.85; Bio/2395; Bio/2395; ICTCL p.938; Hans Frankel, Sung Biographies, p.668ff. Lou Yue was a nephew of 樓王壽 Lou Shou (1090 - 1162; Bio/2395; drew the earliest known 耕織圖 Geng Zhi Tu: Illustrations of Farming and Sericulture). Attainted metropolitan degree during 1163-5.
Lu Zijia 盧子嘉
Wang Shixiang's foldout chart, #7, describes a version of Guangling San that Lou Yue learned from Lu Zijia.
Poem on Guangling San by Lou Yue (樓鑰：謝文思許尚之石函廣陵散譜)
The poem is preceded by brief commentary.
按拍三十六，大同小有異，此即名止息，八拍信為贅。 (This line translated)
Not yet translated into English. However, it has been translated into German by Manfred Dahmer; see Der Lange Regenbogen, Die Solosuite Guanglingsan für Qin; Uelzen, Medinizinisch Literarische Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 2009; pp.123-128.
張崇 Zhang Chong
Wang Shixiang's foldout chart, #4, outlines a version of Guangling San performed by 張研一 Zhang Yanyi, as described by Zhang Chong during 大定 Dading period of the 晉 Jin dynasty (1161-89; capital in Beijing). A note says the tablature is lost, but it quotes a preface. Wang first mentioned him as Song dynasty; Bio/1237 has a Zhang Chong only in the 5 Dynasties period. The story apparently came from Yelü Chucai: see Rao, Section 3.
風琴; see QQJC V, p.455
To be added.
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