Zhang Ji (poet from Hubei)
Zhang Ji (traditional Chinese: 張繼; simplified Chinese: 张继; pinyin: Zhāng Jì; Wade–Giles : Chang Chi; fl. 8th century), courtesy name Yisun (懿孙), was a Chinese poet born in Xiangyang during the Tang dynasty.
He is incorrectly credited under the name Chang Tsi as the author of the original Chinese text for the second movement of Das Lied von der Erde by Gustav Mahler. The actual author of the poem used by Mahler was Qian Qi.
Zhang is correctly credited with one poem which was included in the classic anthology Three Hundred Tang Poems, which was translated by Witter Bynner as A NIGHT-MOORING NEAR MAPLE BRIDGE, which references the famous Maple Bridge, in Suzhou, near the Hanshan Temple and its bells.
Japanese poets used some of his poems for Japanese typical Shigin singing-style poetry.
- Hanshan Temple (includes the Maple Bridge poem and related pictures)
- Herbert A. Giles. "Chang Chi." A Chinese Biographical Dictionary. 1898.
- Freed, Richard (2003-11-20). "About the Composition: Das Lied von der Erde". John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Retrieved 2007-04-09.
- "Teng-Leong Chew: The Identity of the Chinese Poem Mahler adapted for "Von der Jugend"" (PDF). Retrieved 2007-04-09.
- Quantangshi, 卷236_23 《效古秋夜長》 錢起
- Wang, Yunxi and Yang, Ming, "Zhang Ji". Encyclopedia of China (Chinese Literature Edition), 1st ed.
- Wenk, Arthur B. (1977-07-01). "The Composer as Poet in "Das Lied von der Erde"". 19th-Century Music 1 (1): pp. 33–47. doi:10.1525/ncm.1977.1.1.02a00030. JSTOR 746768.
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