秦腔博物馆
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秦腔博物馆

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秦腔博物馆,坐落在甘肃省兰州市金城关风情区二台阁,2010年1月21日引正式开馆迎客。分原汁原味的秦腔表演区,历代秦腔名人蜡像区,小型皮影戏。2007年3月开始,兰州市文物局正式开始筹备建设秦腔博物馆。兰州市秦腔博物馆场馆展馆将分为13个部分,有民国戏曲与秦腔;秦腔的音乐、艺术特点;秦腔的传承及教育机构;班社与剧团;秦腔的剧目;从戏楼、戏园到现代剧场;秦腔的名人;秦腔在发展中的鼎盛时期;西秦腔;陇剧;秦腔木偶戏;秦腔皮影戏;各种演出交流、秦腔艺术节会演活动。此外,采用声、光、电高科技打造的全新场馆也将揭开面纱。

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Old is Yongzhou Gansu provincial capital Lanzhou. Located in the upper Yellow River, located in the geographical center of China, between latitude 32 ° 31 '~ 42 ° 57', longitude 92 ° 13 '~ 108 ° 46' between. It is the east, Shaanxi, Qinghai, Sichuan controlled South, West Hill Xinjiang, brief Inner Mongolia, Ningxia, is the ancient Silk Road of the key sections of land and gold, and with the Mongolian border, it was like a magnificent gem, set in central China the Loess Plateau, Qinghai and Inner Mongolia plateau, something more than 1,600 kilometers meandering, aspect 453,700 square kilometers, accounting for 4.72% of the total area. Population 26 million (968 million in 1949), Han, Hui, Tibetan, Dongxiang, Yugu, Baoan, Mongolian, Kazak, Tu, Salar, Manchu and other ethnic groups. Among them, the Dongxiang, Yugur, Bonan is a minority of Gansu.

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