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The Central Conservatory of Music is the 1st class advanced conservatory of music in China, which is founded in 1940. The Standard Grade Examination Committee of Central Conservatory of Music is formed since 1993, and the examination locations are located throughout 24 provinces and 40 cities in China. The Overseas Chinese national instruments standard grade examination began in 1989, involving states and regions are USA, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao and etc. The national instrument standard grade examination of Central Conservatory of Music has received approval and support from ministry of education of different countries and areas. On the 18th of June in 2017, ALL BAO BOUYA PTY. LTD was endorsed by The Standard Grade Examination Committee of Central Conservatory of Music’s commission to hold Chinese national instrument standard grade examination in Melbourne, Sydney and other parts of cities in Australia.

Standard grade examination including: Guzheng, Erhu, Pipa, Dizi, Sheng, Snare Drums, Liuqin, Yangqin, Suona and so on, and Chinese national music theory. The first time of Chinese national music standard grade examination in Melbourne and Sydney and part of other cities in Australia will be held in December 2017 and the professors and examiners from The Central Conservatory of Music will join the examination onsite.



Guzheng, is a traditional musical instrument in China. As early as 476 BC, it was popular in Shaanxi.

It has a beautiful tone, a wide range. The shape of the zither is a rectangular, the length is about 163 cm, number of strings is 21. The bridges can move freely, arranged in a pentatonic scale.



The four string Chinese fretted lute, with metal strings, and occasionally with silk strings. It is tuned to A-D-E-A.

The sound box is in the shape of a half pear, with strings on the top, and the neck and panel are set to determine the pitch. When playing, hold upright, press the strings with the left hand and play with five fingers on the right.



The horizontal side-blown bamboo flute. It has a strong Chinese national character, and its melody is emotional and tactful. The ancients referred the sounds of this instrument as 'soul cleansing'.



The dulcimer is a percussion instrument commonly used in China. It is of the same genre as the piano. The volume is large and the rigidity and softness are combined. The sound is bright, as crisp as a big bead and a small bead. The expression is extremely rich. 



The Chinese two string violin with metal strings, tuned a fifth interval apart, to D and A, or sometimes to C and G. "Huqin" is the name for this family of Chinese bowed instruments; and "Qin" is the general name for an instrument.



It has a hollow soundbox and a longer neck. It has three or four metal strings and is fretted.

The medium lower ruan, has four metal strings tuned D-A-D-A, or to G-D-G-D.



The bamboo mouth organ, blown both in and out. It was the ancient ancestor of the Western harmonica. Diyinsheng is the big mouth organ with 48 pipes.



A stringed instrument. Originally popular in Jiangsu, Shandong China. It is a kind of pear-shaped speaker playing stringed instrument that has been circulated in the folk since the Tang Dynasty. Its appearance, structure and playing method are similar to those of Ruan.

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