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In the Tang Dynasty more than 1000 years ago, it is said that there was a kind of music like the sounds of nature, which was played by precious celadon instruments of Yue Kiln: bell chimes, celadon waist drum, celadon bird whistle, celadon bell, celadon Cuan, celadon ou
According to historical records and archaeological discoveries, in the Tang and Song Dynasties when music was very developed, celadon from Yue Kiln, as a musical instrument, was once popular in teahouses, pubs and royal nobles under the promotion of Yuefu.
The bell chime of Yue Kiln is the continuation and development of the music of fou, beating and water cup in ancient times. It is a kind of artistic expression and performing skill mainly by firing chimes in Yue Kiln. The bell chime of Yue Kiln has a profound historical and cultural heritage. In the Tang and Song Dynasties, it was popular with the prosperity of Yue Kiln celadon, which was an important part of music culture in feudal society.
In history, there were three major celadon production centers in Yue Kiln: the middle reaches of Cao'e River in Shangyu, Shanglin lake in Cixi, and Dongqian Lake in Yinxian county. Among the three centers, Cixi Shanglin lake is the most prosperous. From the perspective of the site, the site of Yue Kiln in Shanglinhu is rich in accumulation, large in scale and long in time, so it is called "open-air celadon Museum". Up to now, large-scale celadon wares were found at the site of Donghu in the late Three Kingdoms period, which indicated that large-scale celadon ware had been successfully made in Donghu in the late period of the Three Kingdoms. The porcelain decoration is simple and simple, and the production technology is quite mature.
Today, more than 100 pieces (groups) of Yue Kiln porcelain relics of various periods have been unearthed in various parts of the country. From these exhibits, we can clearly see a complete history of the development of Yue Kiln porcelain. After thousands of years of porcelain, the porcelain disappeared again.
This chime bell of Yue Kiln is one of the typical utensils of Yue Kiln. It has experienced the baptism of water and fire, and its memory is becoming a legend today. The bell chime of Yue Kiln, the oldest, most representative and most distinctive feudal musical instrument in Chinese porcelain music, finally reappeared in front of the world after a thousand years.
Emperor Qianlong once lamented that "there are no Yue wares in the Li and Tang Dynasties". This indicates that Yue Kiln porcelain is not only worth collecting now, but also highly praised by the people in ancient feudal society. This chime bell of Yue Kiln not only has far-reaching significance for the study of music culture in feudal society, but also provides high value for the study of ancient Yue Kiln porcelain.
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