Erhu Playing Technique
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- A Quick Guide to Reading Ordinary Playing Cards
- Divining from regular playing cards is an old practice and I am sure many of us know at least one fortune-telling game done with this tool. Reading regular cards is called cartomancy or metasymbology. Playing cards have been called "The Devil's Picture...
Divination >> Tarot Cards
- A Treatise on Astral Projection, Part 3: The Rope Techniques
- A key ingredient to the new projection techniques is an invisible, imaginary ROPE hanging from your ceiling. This ROPE will be used to exert dynamic pressure at a single point on your astral body to force its separation from the physical. The ROPE technique...
Parapsychology >> Astral Projection
- Can You Bhoga All Night Long? An Introduction to Tantra, East and West
- When you hear the word Tantra, what images come to mind? Turbans and Sitar music? Mind-blowing sex? Most people in the Western world have heard the word Tantra, but few know anything in detail about what it means. The situation in India isn't much different....
Body Mysteries >> Yoga
- A Treatise on Astral Projection, Part 4: More Rope Techniques
- ROPE is a very effective projection technique, but it still has to be learned to be effective. I would like to elaborate on a couple of points about the technique, inspired by the feedback I have received so far. There is NO visualization required - AT ALL -...
Parapsychology >> Astral Projection
- Experiences of a Pagan Practicing Pranic Healing
- My exposure to the Old Religion and to the Earth-based Religion also exposed me to tried and true healing techniques involving herbs, oils and some other shamanic rites. Most of these techniques did not ritualize a systematic division of bodies and/or energy...
Body Mysteries >> Pranic Healing
- Psychic Protection - Barriers
- Introduction: The countermeasures given in these short articles are extremely basic. They only contain the bare bones of what is necessary to use them. To understand the principles behind these countermeasures, please get a copy of 'Practical Psychic Self-Defe...
Psychic Abilities >> Psychic Protection
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- DIGITISING THE SOUND OF THE ERHU
- the playing techniques listed in Table 1, and stored for further processing. Table 1. The different techniques of playing the erhu.
- i TABLE OF CONTENTS ERHU AS VIOLIN: DEVELOPMENT OF
- Apr 23, 2009 Erhu, due to its similarity to the violin, underwent great transformation, particularly in its playing technique and repertory on the concert stage.
- Bowed Stringed Instruments
- Without a doubt, the 二胡 erhu (Fig. 9.1) is the chief bowed stringed instrument in the.
- Pipa Pipa is plucked stringed instrument, which is lute-shaped with
- With versatile playing techniques, Erhu is often associated with sorrow and is capable of producing sentimental sound and melody.
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- Erhu Soundfonts
- The techniques of erhu playing are complex and require great skill. Its tone colour is delicate, rich, and it is capable of varied expression.
- Erhu - Virtual Instrument Museum
- Jul 14, 2005 Physical Description | History | Tuning | Playing Technique | Notation The erhu is a medium-high ranged Chinese two-stringed fiddle.
- Erhu - Rock in China Wiki
- The erhu is almost always tuned to the interval of a fifth.
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