Instruments and members
Southern Music is known for its grace and elegance, characteristics of the Wei-Jin Dynasty. It preserves the ancient form of performances. There are a total of ten musical instruments, i.e. Sound Lab, Suona, Pipa, Bamboo Flute, Two Strings, Three Strings, Double Bell, Thunder Lid, Gong and Four Treasures. Sound Lab, Pipa, Bamboo Flute, Two Strings and Three Strings are used for no-plugged singing, fingers and music tones. The addition of Double Bell, Thunder Lid and Four Treasures work with Suona can cheer the music up and make the tune festival. Southern Music consists of three divisions, fingers, tunes and music notes. This refers to the type of musical instruments. Lyrics and music notes consist of one set and there are a total of 48 sets. The tunes are for pure singing, with lyrics and music tones. They are either standalone tunes or in sets.
Music notes are for performance titles. A number of chapters form into a set. There are 12 sets internally and 4 sets externally; hence, there is an aggregation of 16 sets.