Into the pianist's home

Musical instrument workshop manual, markneukirchen (Author: Pang Serena) Saxony lush mountain forest, built in the early 20th century, located in the famous tradition of the traditional piano Marknewukirchen town (Markneukirchen), with a youthful art style and magnificent buildings. This all-embracing building was once home to musician Merz. It used to be a kindergarten in the former East Germany and now has a unique string manufacturing experience throughout Europe. In the season when the rhododendron is in full bloom, this peaceful, secluded building is nestled between red beech, linden, spruce and maple trees. As part of the Department of Applied Arts, Department of Applied Science and Technology, University of Applied Sciences of Western Saxony, located in Zwickau, there are 37 active students from Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Turkey, Spain, South Korea and Japan active in the building , Of which 22 are young people who specialize in making violins and guitars. The violin is a very complex sounding body. For centuries, it gradually developed into a perfect musical art. The traditional harpist must master the understanding of the wood, the experience of the harpsichord and meticulous interracial effort. To create the perfect violin sound, in addition to learning its complex technology, but also proficient in physics, electro-acoustic, surveying, and even psychological and so on. Students who have completed the basic piano training will have four years to enter the school. In this peach blossom-like environment, they will be back in different paws and set up their own workshops to study the complicated Process. Their graduation thesis, often is a perfect antique master violin. Musical instrument workshop manual, markneukirchen (Author: Pang Serena) In addition to the violin making course, students here must also study western music history, natural history, historical methodology and art history. Only in this way can they understand the importance of cultural inheritance when they understand the exquisite craftsmanship of the guqin. At the same time, the four part-time professors in the school are often the masters of piano making, the perfect combination of theory and practice, and provide students with rare and comprehensive knowledge of music and musical instruments. When students make 18- or 19th-century instruments such as Rene Lacote's guitar, Francois Chanot's violins, Ernst Busch or Johann Christian Hoffmann's cello, one must answer the reserved tracks, playing tricks and their respective age Playing style and other issues. It is conceivable that the violin students at the Department of Applied Arts, Western Saxeon University of Applied Sciences, once graduated, are the industry's top technicians worldwide. Whether it is to open their own piano workshop, or employed in the people, they will be the only senior luthier. In 2015, from Dresden to Leipzig, from Chemnitz to Glashütte, after more than a month, photographer 逄 Serena traveled throughout Saxony. With a calm perspective on the part of onlookers, Serena photographed thousands of breathtaking works for Saxony's nature, history, humanities, business traditions and characters. Among these works, the spectacular views of the Glen and the sandstone bring to Saxony the unique geographical environment, sandstone architecture records the history of Saxon soul-stirring, and artisans with the mind, soul and hands show Saxony proud Traditional craftsmanship. Selected works from this exhibition will be on display from April 24 to May 3, 2016 at the China Art Museum. "Saxony: Germany's superb technology town - 逄 Serena photography exhibition" Date: April 24 to May 3, 2016 (Closed: April 25, April 30) Venue: Hall 13-17, 3rd floor, China National Art Museum Address: Dongcheng District, Beijing May Fourth Avenue on the 1st Opening hours: 9: 00-17: 00 (stop at 16:00)