This is a multi-theme work on music written by Professor YU Hui. Through a series of papers, it makes studies onthe theory of music temperament, digital music, history and ideology, discipline construction, cross-border research and other academic disciplines from the perspectives of types, history, documents and rhythm of traditional musicand digital music. It provides diversified observation perspectives for the study of oriental music that other people cannot offer.
Hui YU, special professor, doctorial supervisor, and the dean of the School of Art and Design, Yunnan University, chief expert of major art project of the National Social
Science Fund of China, PhD inethnomusicology of Wesleyan University, current co-chairman of the Council for Asian Musicology, co-editor-in-chief of Asian Musicology, an international music journal in English, vice-chairman and secretary-generalof China Oriental Music Association, the12th Chinese president of East Asia
Musical Temperament Association. YU has published over 50 Chinese and English papers on A&HCI,SSC and Chinese CSSCI journals. Five books have been published
by domestic and overseas presses, such as Routledge and Oxford University Press. Besides, he has also compiled 3 series of books and is the only special contributor of The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments in Greater China and the co-editor-in-chief of Oxford Handbook of Science: Chinese Music published by Oxford University Press.