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Wu Jinglue

Wu Jinglue

Wu Jinglue


Wu Jinglue (Chinese: 吳景略; February 5, 1907 - August 16, 1987 in Beijing) is considered one of the most important guqin masters of the 20th century. He was born in the town of Xitangshi, Changshu County, near Suzhou in Jiangsu province, China. He was an active researcher and teacher, serving as a professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. He played a prominent role in raising the guqin to professional standards as a concert instrument. Read more on Last.fm
Wu Jinglue (Chinese: 吳景略; February 5, 1907 - August 16, 1987 in Beijing) is considered one of the most important guqin masters of the 20th century. He was born in the town of Xitangshi, Changshu County, near Suzhou in Jiangsu province, China. He was an active researcher and teacher, serving as a professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. He played a prominent role in raising the guqin to professional standards as a concert instrument.

His boldly passionate but also lyrically refined style was widely syncretic and incorporated influences from various qin schools as well as folk and Western music. The two most distinguished players to transmit his style and repertoire are Li Xiangting and his son Wu Wenguang (Chinese: 吳文光), currently the leading guqin figures in Beijing's conservatories; Wu's broader influence extends much more widely. Wu styled himself an inheritor of the Yushan school of qin play influential during the Ming dynasty, but this association draws from his place of birth and his artistic aspirations rather than any unbroken lineage or firm stylistic affinity. His contemporary tradition is sometimes called Wu school, Yushan school, or Yushan Wu school. Read more on Last.fm.

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