[Explanation] The tunes are simple and elegant, melodious and deep, with a history of more than 500 years, Zhihua Temple Music will soon enter the campus.

On May 17, the signing ceremony for the strategic cooperation between the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Cultural Heritage and the Central Conservatory of Music was held in Zhihua Temple.

The two parties will rely on the Ministry of Education of the Central Conservatory of Music to carry out the teaching, research and protection of Beijing Music.

  [Concurrent] Zhao Min, Secretary of the Party Committee of the Central Conservatory of Music

  The first is a kind of inheritance of historical music culture, to explore the value of music culture.

The second is to get a new interpretation of historical value in the new era. The new interpretation requires continuous new innovation and creation in the context of the original cultural development.

Thirdly, I think the most important music is to go to the folk and let the people identify with it. That is to say, in this cultural inheritance, we choose or introduce more music that the people agree with and love to listen to, so that music can really go to the folk.

  [Explanation] Zhihua Temple Jing Music is one of the representative traditional music in Beijing. Because of its long history, the musical instruments made by Tang and Song Jiaofang, and the inheritance method of art monks, it is known as ancient China. The living fossil of Le.

Zhao Min said that in the future, classrooms will be opened in Zhihua Temple, so that the inheritors will become teachers.

  [Concurrent] Zhao Min, Secretary of the Party Committee of the Central Conservatory of Music

  Now we talk about the history of music in the classroom, and talk about music in the classroom. There are very few imagery things. Therefore, we will move the classroom to Zhihua Temple in the future, where we will listen to the performances of these folk artists and see each sculpture vividly. Well, every note is good, so that students can truly experience the long history of Chinese folk music.

  [Explanation] Currently, Zhihua Temple Jing Music has been passed down to the 27th generation of inheritors.

Hu Qingxue, the national non-genetic inheritor of Beijing Music, is very much looking forward to entering the campus. He hopes to communicate with students and create new sparks.

  [Concurrent] Hu Qingxue, the representative inheritor of Zhihua Temple Jing music

  The textbooks of the Central Conservatory of Music have included the Zhongtang music of Zhihua Temple Jing Music. This is an achievement that has been produced in the last century. Our generation thinks that we should compare our "Musical Music" to the teachers and students of the Central Conservatory Together), to restore our lost ancient scores.

Today, why we want to play "Take the Swan" is one of our thoughts. The original intention was to let the school students adapt the music into a large-scale folk music ensemble.

It's best to show everyone again that the music of Zhihua Temple Jing Music did not come to the grand occasion before Zhihua Temple.

  Reporter Wang Shibo reports from Beijing

Editor in charge: [Ji Xiang]