Hsi K'Ang and His Poetical Essay on the Lute by Robert van.
Hsi K’ang and his Poetical Essay on the Lute Tokyo 1940, Neudruck 1969 Kaufmann, W. Musical Notation of the Orient, Kapitel: Zither Tablatures Bloomington, Indiana Univ. Press 1967 Musical References in the Chinese Classics Detroit 1976 Kornfeld, F. Die tonale Struktur chinesischer Musik Wien 1955 Kuo Shih-wu A ceramic Lute of the Sung Dynasty.
The Fulfilment of a Dream of Pastor Hsi's The Story of the Work in Hwochow by Mildred Cable (May 12, 2012) Pastor Hsi: A Struggle for Chinese Christianity (Historymakers) by Geraldine Taylor and Mrs. Howard Taylor (Jul 13, 2000) Hsi K'ang and his Poetical Essay on the Lute by R.H. Van Gulik (Jan 1, 1969).
Emperor K'ang-hsi ruled China from 1661 to 1722 and his reign is captured by Jonathan D. Spence's book Emperor of China.The different chapters of the book deal with certain aspects of the Emperors life. Aspects that the history books to normally deal with. The information in Spence's book is based on Emperor K'ang-hsi's correspondence, his own writings.
Chinese and Japanese Studies in Holland - Volume 17 Issue 2 - Robert I. Crane.
Hsi K'ang and his poetical essay on the lute Robert Hans van Gulik Not In Library. Jian yi shi pu fa Jianhua Ma Not In Library. Chinese Music for Zheng Not In Library. Han nao ge shi ba qu ji jie Tan, Yi. Not In Library. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions.
Hsi K'ang and His Poetical Essay on the Lute (1941) Erotic Colour Prints of the Ming Period (Privately printed, Tokyo, 1951) Siddham: An Essay on the History of Sanskrit Studies in China and Japan (1956) Chinese Pictorial Art, as Viewed by the Connoisseur (Limited edition of 950 copies, Rome, 1958) Sexual Life in Ancient China: A Preliminary Survey of Chinese Sex and Society from ca. 1500 B.C.
Hsi K'ang and his Poetical Essay on the Lute by R. H. Van Gulik, published in Japan in 1969, and 2. David Knechtges'(truth in advertising - took a class from him long ago) monumental stab at translating all of the Wen Xuan, in this case Wen Xuan or Selections of Refined Literature, Volume III pp. 279-303.