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Compositions,
Reconstructions and Academic Papers
for the Qin by
TSE Chun-Yan

TSE Chun-Yan

  TSE Chun-Yan is a renowned qin player in Hong Kong, and holds a PhD in ethnomusicology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He learned the zheng under CHOI Ngar-Si and studied music theory and composition under KWAN Shing-Yau in 1970s. In 1980s, he studied the qin under KWAN Shing-Yau, LAU Chor-Wah and then TSAR Teh-Yun. He has had numerous public performances in Hong Kong, Mainland China and overseas. He is a retired medical practitioner, and has taught in the Music Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts as a part-time lecturer. He is currently a vice chairman of the Deyin Qin Society of Hong Kong, and an instrumental instructor on the qin in the Music Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

  For many years, he has taken part in composition, reconstruction of old scores, promotion, teaching and researches for the qin. One of his compositions, Composition in Yifan Mode, is a test piece in the Grade 6 qin examination in China. He has published numerous research articles on the qin in publications including Musicology in China. He participated in the recording of various CD collections of qin music. His personal CDs, The Oil-Lamp Flickered and Autumn Moon and Winter Frost, were published in 2001 and 2011 respectively. Besides traditional pieces, the CDs include his new compositions and his reconstructions from old scores. His book, Exploring the Secluded: A Collection of Academic Papers, Compositions and Reconstructions on the Qin by Tse Chun-Yan, was published in 2016.

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Acknowledgments:
The scores in combined staff and tablature notations of compositions on or before 2002 were typed by Mr. Lee Chee-Keung with a self-developed software. The help of Mr. Lee is deeply appreciated.
The new format of this website in 2022 was designed and built by Mr. Wong Chun-Fung. The help of Mr. Wong is deeply appreciated.

 

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