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1. 琴府。唐健垣(编),台北,1971 (reprinted 1981). Tong Kin-Woon, Qin Fu (Qin Treasury). Reprints 12 qin handbooks; it also includes numerous ancient and modern essays, transcriptions, commentary.
2. 琴曲集成。北京,中华书局,1963. Qinqu Jicheng (Collection of Qin Music). Reprints 15 qin handbooks through 1559 Taiyin Xupu; called Vol. I, but the series was abandoned in favor of the more complete version begun 1983.
3. 琴曲集成,北京古琴研究会,文化部文学艺术研究院音乐所(编):北京 \ 上海,中华书局出版社,1981--. Qinqu Jicheng (Collection of Qin Music). Projected series of 24 volumes reprinting most known qin handbooks; as of 1998 about 70 handbooks through 1802 have been reprinted in volumes 1-14 and 16-17.
4. 神奇秘谱,北京,音乐出版社,1956.
Facsimile reprint of Shen Qi Mi Pu 3rd edition. Adds finger technique explanations by Zha Fuxi
5. 神奇秘谱,北京,中国书店,2001.
Facsimile reprint of Shen Qi Mi Pu 3rd edition.
6. 西麓堂琴谱,北京,天津,1998 ("not for sale")
Facsimile reprint of Xilutang Qintong; originals belonged to 李允中 Li Yunzhong
7. 春草堂琴谱,北京,中国书店出版, 2003
Facsimile reprint of Chuncaotang Qinpu
8. 琴学练要,北京,中国书店出版, 1996
Facsimile reprint of Qinxue Lianyao
9. 琴学入门,中华图书馆,N.D.
Facsimile reprint of Qinxue Rumen
10. 十一弦馆琴谱,
Facsimile reprint of Shiyixianguan Qinpu
11. 琴学丛书,北京,中国书店出版, 1995
Facsimile reprint of Qinxue Congshu
12.   室琴谱,香港,中文大学出版社,2000.
Facsimile reprint of Yinyinshi Qinpu

12. 古琴曲集,第一集。北京,人民音乐出版社,1962 (often reprinted; see also 1983). Collected Guqin Melodies, Vol. 1. Transcriptions into staff notation of 62 qin recordings made during the 1950s research project led by Zha Fuxi.

15. 古琴曲集,第二集。北京,人民音乐出版社,1983 (and reprinted; see also 1962). Collected Guqin Melodies, Vol. 2. Transcriptions into staff staff notation of a further 17 qin recordings made in the 1950s (and later?).


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一九四九年以前出版(publish before 1949)

一九四九年以后出版(publish after 1949)

1. 蔡邕:琴操。3rd c. CE. Cai Yong: Qin Cao (Qin Melodies). Introductions to about 50 qin melodies; reprinted in several collections including 琴学丛书 Qinxue Congshu. Also attrib 孔衍 Kong Yan; cf. VG, Lore, p.177:
2. 朱长文,琴史。1084 CE. Zhu Changwen: Qin Shi (Qin History). Biographies of about 150 qin players plus essays on several subjects. cf. VG, Lore, p.177);
3. 周庆云:琴史补.1919. Zhou Qingyun: Qin Shi Bu (Qin History Supplement). Covers same period as Qin History, adding about 110 further biographies; cf. VG, Lore, p.182.
4. 周庆云:琴史续。1919. Zhou Qingyun: Qin Shi Xu (Qin History Continuation). Has about 300 biographies of later qin players; cf. VG, Lore, p.182.
5. 周庆云:琴书存目。1915. Zhou Qingyun: Qinshu Cunmu (Catalogue of Qin Books). Annotated listing of 321 qin handbooks; the appended Qinshu Bielu has 206 music books that mention qin; not all still exist; see VG, Lore, p.182.
6. 王光祈:翻译琴谱之研究。中华书局,1931. Wang Guangqi: A Study of Qin Tablature Transcription. Devises a method for using Roman and Arabic numerals plus other symbols to indicate qin tablature together with staff notation.
7. 汪孟舒(赠)乌丝阑指法释。北京,1955. Wang Mengshu: Explanation of Wusilan Finger Techiques. Explanation of ancient qin finger techniques, with particular regard to those in You Lan. (mimeographed)
8. 杨荫浏(编)古琴曲 编。北京,中央音乐学院,1956. Yang Yinliu (ed.): A Repertory of Guqin Melodies. Transcriptions into staff notation of 17 pieces as played by 夏一峰 Xia Yifeng (reprinted in 琴府 Qin Fu).
9. ,1956 (draft of the previous?)
10. 查阜西:存见古琴曲谱辑览。北京,音乐出版社,1958. Zha Fuxi: Guide to Existing Guqin Pieces in Tablature. Index of qin handbooks uncovered during the China-wide search of the early 1950s; includes most piece introductions and accompanying lyrics.
11. 中国古代音乐书目。北京,中央音乐学院,1961. Bibliography of Ancient Chinese Music. Includes extensive bibliography of qin books arranged by: found, not yet found, missing, Japanese; revised and printed in Taiwan.
12. 古琴曲集,第一集。北京,人民音乐出版社,1962 (often reprinted; see also 1983). Collected Guqin Melodies, Vol. 1. Transcriptions into staff notation of 62 qin recordings made during the 1950s research project led by Zha Fuxi.
13. 许健:琴史初编。北京,人民音乐出版社,1982. Xu Jian, Introductory History of the Qin. Organized by dynasty, each with a section on qin pieces, qin biographies and qin writings.
14. 王迪(编)琴歌。北京,文化艺术出版社,1982. Wang Di, Qin Songs. Staff notation of 52 qin songs from old handbooks; original tablature not included.
15. 古琴曲集,第二集。北京,人民音乐出版社,1983 (and reprinted; see also 1962). Collected Guqin Melodies, Vol. 2. Transcriptions into staff staff notation of a further 17 qin recordings made in the 1950s (and later?).
16. 陈应时:琴律学。上海音乐学院内部资料,1984. Chen Yingshi, Study of Qin Temperament. Examines in particular the dissonances that result from mixing Pythagorean and natural tuning.
17. 孙玄龄,刘东升(编):中国古代歌曲,1990. Zhang Xuanling, Liu Dongsheng (ed): Ancient Chinese Songs. Staff notation includes 20 qin songs (original tablature omitted).
18. 叶明媚:古琴音乐艺术。香港,商务印书馆,1991. Yip Ming-mei: The Art of Guqin Music. 42 articles by Ms. Yip, in four sections: aesthetics, style, cultural connotations, biographies.
19. 程源敏,黄旭东,伊鸿书,查克承(编)查阜西,琴学问萃,北京,中国美术
院出版社,1995. Cheng Yuanmin, Huang Xudong, Yi Hongshu, Zha Kecheng (ed): Zha Fuxi, Collected Writings about Qin.
20. 许光毅(编著):怎么弹古琴。北京,人民音乐出版社,1994. Xu Guangyi, How to Play the Guqin. Explanation of finger techniques, preliminary exercises, beginning pieces (tablature with number notation).
21. 吴门琴韵,苏州,吴门琴社,1996. Qin Euphony of the Wu School. Collected essays in honor of Wu Zhaoji. (Includes 朱季海:话说古琴弦线 Zhu Jihai: "Some words on qin strings", pp. 35-36).


英文琴书琴谱

Qin Bibliography in english
I. Qin Handbooks
A. English translations/transcriptions
a. Translations of handbooks
* Lieberman, Fredric, trans., A Chinese Zither Tutor, The Mei-an Ch'in-p'u. Hong Kong, HK University Press, 1983. (Translation, transcriptions, commentary.)
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b. Translations from handbooks
1. Binkley, Jim, Qin Handbook from the Studio for Abiding with Antiquity. Unpublished translation of most of Folio II of Yuguzhai Qinpu (1855), concerning qin construction.
2. Georges Goormaghtigh and Bell Yung, "Preface of Shenqi Mipu: Translation with Commentary", ACMR (Association for Chinese Music Research) Reports, Spring 1997, pp.1-7.
3. Thompson, John. Music Beyond Sound: the Silk-string Zither. Hong Kong, Toadall Sound, 1997. CD with 13 melodies from Zheyin Shizi Qinpu (<1491), with annotated translations of the original prefaces.
4. Thompson, John. Music Beyond Sound: Transcriptions of Music for the Chinese Silk-string Zither. Hong Kong, Toadall Sound, 1998. Transcriptions of music recorded on the CD Music Beyond Sound, with commentary.
5. Yung, Bell, Celestial Airs of Antiquity, Music of the Seven String Zither of China. Madison, A-R editions, 1997. Translations, transcriptions and commentary on six pieces, all from Folio I.
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B. Chinese
a. Annotated List of Surviving Guqin Handbooks
For this list of about 125 books see Guqin Handbooks.
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b. Qin handbook reprints
Shen Qi Mi Pu editions are also listed elsewhere
Facsimile reprint of Yinyinshi Qinpu
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II. Additional books (some unpublished) primarily about guqin
A. In English
1. Aguera-Arcas, Jose B. A Study of Threee Famous Compositions for the Chinese Long Zither. Ann Arbor, University Microfilms (Godard College, M.A. thesis, 1975).
2. Bernoviz, Nimrod, The Chinese Diao: Modal Practice in 15th Century Qin Music. Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh M.A. thesis, 1996. Examines the five standard tuning modes of Shen Qi Mi Pu Folio II.
3. Gulik, R.H. van, The Lore of the Chinese Lute. Tokyo and Rutland, Tuttle, 1969 (2nd ed.) The book.
4. Gulik, R.H. van, Hsi K'ang and his Poetical Essay on the Lute. Tokyo and Rutland, Tuttle, 1969.
5. Hsu, Wen-ying, The Ku-Ch'in. Los Angeles, Wen Ying Studios, 1978. 581 pages. Much information, but many mistakes, many perhaps due to poor English.
6. I Shou-Fan, Rita, A Diachronic Study of the Ch'in Composition "Mei Hua San Nung". Seattle, University of Washington M.A. thesis, 1977. Traces Meihua from 1425 through present, showing the increasing complexity of left hand ornamentation.
7. Liang Mingyue (David), The Chinese Ch'in: Its History and Music, Taiwan, Chinese National Music Association, 1969. Includes a musical analysis of You Lan.
8. Liang Mingyue (David), The Art of Yin-Jou Techniques for the Seven-Stringed Zither. Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, (Ph.D, UCLA, 1973).
9. Lieberman, Fredric, The Chinese Long Zither Ch'in. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, (Seattle, University of Washington, Ph.D. 1977).
10. Spining, Charles Martin. Ming Dynasty Handbooks for the Ch'in: an Examination of Tiao-i -- 'Idea of the Mode'. Boston University, M.A. thesis, 1975.
11. Thompson, John. Music Beyond Sound: the Silk-string Zither. Hong Kong, Toadall Sound, 1997. 13 pieces from Zheyin Shizi Qinpu (<1491), with annotated translations of the original prefaces.
12. Thompson, John. Music Beyond Sound: Transcriptions of Music for the Chinese Silk-string Zither. Hong Kong, Toadall Sound, 1998. Transcriptions of music recorded on the CD Music Beyond Sound, with commentary.
13. Wang Haoxian, The Ch'in: Its Role in Chinese Music. Binghamton University, M.A. thesis, 1992.
14. Wen Fong and Rorex, Robert, Eighteen Songs of a Nomad Flute, The Story of Lady Wen-Chi, A 14th century handscroll in the (Met) . New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1974. Scroll has 18 scenes, each accompanied by a verse (also translated) of the poem by Liu Shang.
15. Wu Wenguang, Wu Jinglue's Qin Music in its Context. Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, (Ph.D., Wesleyan U., 1990). Wu Wenguang's father Wu Jinglue was a famous player who forms a bridge between the old regional styes and the new conservatory style.
16. Yung, Bell, Celestial Airs of Antiquity, Music of the Seven String Zither of China. Madison, A-R editions, 1997. Translations, transcriptions and commentary for six pieces, all from Folio I.


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