Up the lane to the Piano Museum, Gulangyu was greatly influenced by western culture in modern times, and many piano talents were produced. It is feared that piano is the first place in China. There are 30 world famous ancient pianos collected by Mr. Hu Youyi, a collector in Gulangyu who has traveled to Australia all his life. Among them, Steinway made in the United States in the first half of the nineteenth century, Bosendorf made in Austria, Royal Piano for the German Royal Family, Rare Gold Piano, the world's earliest quarterhorn piano, the largest vertical piano, the oldest hand-rocking piano and foot-stepping automatic steel playing. The piano, with eight feet and four strings, represents the world's piano production technology and development level for more than one hundred years, which is unique in China. The Piano Museum makes Gulangyu Qindao a real place to add luster. More than 40 ancient pianos collected by Hu Youyi, a patriotic overseas Chinese, are displayed in the Piano Museum. Among them, there are rare gold pianos, the world's earliest quadrangular pianos and the earliest and largest vertical pianos, the ancient hand-swing piano, the foot-automatic piano produced a hundred years ago, and eight foot-stepped ancient pianos.
There are two pavilions in the Yuanzhuang Garden. Although I can't play the piano, I'm still interested in musical instruments. There are more than 100 pianos in the two libraries, covering a wide range of style manufacturers. They have lasted for more than 200 years. Some transparent pianos, corner pianos, etc., which have been discontinued for a long time, are quite rare, and can be seen here, which is quite worth seeing.
After looking over the travel photos for a long time, I didn't even have the photos here, but this is also a characteristic scenic spot of Gulangyu Island. Past tourists are also very many. There are still many commentators in it. Pianists can't touch it. I can only look at it. I don't remember whether it was because I couldn't take pictures that I didn't leave pictures. How can people like me who took pictures anywhere without pictures? When the children are here, they must take more pictures to show me. It uploads not the piano hall, but the scenery of Gulangyu.
There are two pavilions, one on the second floor, one on the first floor. Outside the door there is a fish pond of Koi carp. The number of people on holidays is limited. After visiting the pavilion, a group of people are put in. They are all antique pianos, German and British pianos. They need stamps to go inside the pavilion.
I listen to the piano all day, but I haven't paid attention to it. After reading it, I knew there were so many kinds of pianos. There was also a pianist playing at the scene, which was really another kind of feeling. Overall, Xiamen was a good trip. Self-help is really better than flying, recommend.
Gulangyu is also called Qindao, because Gulangyu people were influenced by Western church music earlier, forming a tradition of love for music. There are more than 600 pianos on the island. The piano density per capita ranks the highest in the country. This museum is often the only piano museum in China and the world-class, among which 30 European and American ancient pianos are the most special.
If everything is put together in a single way, you will feel nothing. If you put a lot of these things together, it's amazing. After reading the piano, I realized that there were so many things I didn't know about. Listen to the scene again, but it feels different. Super recommendation.
Music is a particularly gorgeous scenery of Gulangyu. Gulangyu's piano has the highest density in the country, and is also known as the "Island of Piano", "Land of Music". It is said that when walking along the paths in various corners, you will occasionally hear the melodious piano sound, melodious violin sound, lively guitar sound, moving and beautiful song, to the rhythm of the waves, the environment is particularly charming. Unfortunately, when we went there was only the noise from the crowded tourists, and there was no piano at all. At the top of the Garden Hill is the Piano Museum, which displays more than 40 ancient pianos collected by Hu Youyi, a patriotic overseas Chinese. Among them, there are rare gold pianos, the world's earliest quarterhorn piano and the earliest and largest vertical piano, the ancient hand-swing piano, the automatic foot-playing piano and eight foot-stepping ancient pianos produced a hundred years ago.