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the most sweet and beautiful opera in china----Yue opera Shaoxing opera (or Yueju - simplified Chinese: 越剧; traditional Chinese: 越劇; pinyin: Yuèjù , Yue opera) is a relatively new local Chinese opera popular in the southern regions of the Yangtze River。
Yue opera is noted for its lyricism, and singing is dominant in it. Its tunes are sweet and beautiful and the performance vivid and full of local color. Originally Yue opera was only performed by males and then changed to all female performances.
in another word,beijing opera is an opera to man,yue opera is to female.
video:
1:十八相送 in《The Butterfly Lovers》
lover left in the day, Love 18, while you bask in the hangzhou and Zhu Yingtai Touching farewell.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3llwxqixPA4
2:天上掉下个林妹妹(the space fell down the forest younger sister) in 《A Dream of Red Mansions》
A tears spot, breathed heavily the black eyebrow coloring girl jade slightly to cancel jiabaoyu's heart actually tenderly
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWjK0yNAySg


Aug 7, 2008 3:11 AM
Comments · 5
i love opera chinese
but i see on opear for a chinese girl
in arabe chinese tv abbtv
i can fly a can touch a sky) can u give me  link to see this opera
because this is a famous song but i have never find in net with opear
September 17, 2008
i like kun opera 昆曲           can i translate it this way
August 30, 2008
Ha, exactly Skylt. Beijing Opera is strong and powerful! I like how they pronounce things. Especially the character with the white face and long beard. I really need to read into all this stuff though...it's hard to find them with explanation and subtitles. (Hehe, I honestly can't follow a word of what the concubine is screaming in such a high voice.   I only catch "霸王" but that's easy because that's how she addresses him.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64t6wWjrAuw
August 7, 2008
My mum likes Yue Opera,but my dad likes Peking Opera...My dad thinks that Yue Opera is so soft
August 7, 2008
I like Beijing operas...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrXn5U3kbu4
August 7, 2008
Sayonara
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