I like the songs of the Western Song King, and I like his colorful life even more. It is a worthwhile trip to the memorial.
Navigation is correct. The art museum is not big, mainly for the life of Master Wang and the songs he composed, and half an hour is enough.
And the place I most want to go here is the Wang Luobin Memorial Hall, to meet the singer of a lifetime. How many love stories have been made in the song "Where is the Far Side"? That graceful melody still decorates the starry sky of love for people. As a person who regards music as his first hobby, I can't help but express my admiration to this deceased singer. Yiyi accompanied me to realize this wish. It is very quiet here, and it is very suitable for expressing feelings with singing. I wonder if the old man Wang Luobin can hear the singing from under the sky where he once left a romantic story?
Wang Luobin, the king of western singers, is a banner in the history of Chinese folk songs. His legendary life experience and popular music and art works have attracted generation after generation. In that remote place, the girls in Daban City, the Hijab Lifting You, Youth Dance and other works have been sung for a long time with their beautiful melody and strong national customs, and they have been spread overseas. Wang Luobin left his best years and artistic life in the vast western regions such as Qinghai, Xinjiang and Gansu. Wang Luobin once composed famous songs in that distant place on the Jinyintan grassland by the Qinghai Lake. The Wang Luobin Music Art Museum was built on this basis. The exhibition hall is small but very distinctive. It uses a large number of manuscripts and pictures to show the western songs. The king’s immortal legend, the instructor in the museum has a good music cell, and he sings from time to time during the explanation. The surrounding facilities of the exhibition hall are not very good, so you might as well stop by during your trip to Qinghai Lake.
In fact, the small environment is quite good, and the exterior design of the art gallery is also good. I heard from my friends that it is free (including several branches). I only found out that there is still a charge to enter the museum (tied with several branches to buy a package), so I only looked outside.