Introduction of works
Bai Xiang Ci Notation was compiled and selected by Shu Menglan, a poet in the Jiaqing period of Qing Dynasty. It is a compilation of 100 Ci compositions from Tang Dynasty to Qing Dynasty. According to the style of ci notation, each piece has its own key. These 100 words are more popular, small order, middle tone, long tone are all marked in detail, level and oblique rhyme reading, easy for learners to fill in the words according to the spectrum. At the same time, "Bai Xiang Ci Music" is also a brief selection of words, the selected words are more famous or artistic high. Because of this, "White incense Ci Music" was widely circulated after it was compiled, and was included in the "Four Series", popular until now, and has become a necessary entry book for poetry lovers to learn lyrics.
Shu Menglan (1759-1835), also known as Xiang Shu and Bai Xiang, was born in Jingan, Jiangxi Province, and was a poet in Qing Dynasty. In the third year of Jiaqing (1798), he edited and edited Bai Xiang Ci Notation, which has become a popular ci notation work to this day.