How to Read Chinese Poetry Videos 01 | Mastering Tones in Modern and Middle Chinese

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Online Digital Resources
Location: 
United States
Subject Fields: 
Asian History / Studies, Chinese History / Studies, Languages, Literature, Linguistics

Dear fellows,

AIGCS is pleased to launch the HOW TO READ CHINESE POETRY VIDEOS (HTRCPV), a companion program of HOW TO READ CHINESE POETRY PODCAST. As a matter of fact, its first episodes are cross-listed as special video episodes (eps. 37-39) of the Podcast. Unlike the Podcast, HTRCPV does not track Chinese poetry’s historical development but presents episodes in thematic clusters. Due to the much greater technical challenges in producing videos, we will bot be able to release episodes at regular intervals. We ask for kind patience from our viewers.

Contents of Topic 12
The Sounds of the Tang Poetry: Mastering Tonal Patterns of Recent-Style Poetry
Episode 37 Part I     Mastering Tones in Modern and Middle Chinese
Episode 37 Part II    How to Construct Tonally Regulated Lines
Episode 38 Part I     How to Construct Tonal Patterns of Pentasyllabic Regulated Verse
Episode 38 Part II    How to Construct Tonal Patterns of Heptasyllabic Regulated Verse
Episode 39               Regulated Poetic Forms and Worldview

The first video has been uploaded to the official channel of AIGCS. You may click the link to view it: https://youtu.be/bxp6Au7JKHE.

 

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