Buddhist Music of Zhihua Temple in Beijing is a traditional music genre and is recognized as one of the national intangible cultural heritages of China. It originated during the Ming and Qing dynasties and has been passed down in the Beijing region.
In 2006, it was included in the first batch of the national intangible cultural heritage list. The music is primarily performed with wind instruments, accompanied by percussion instruments such as gongs (Yunluo) and drums. Its melodies are solemn and elegant, its music scores are precious and mysterious, and its song titles are ancient and rich. It is hailed as the "living fossil" of ancient Chinese music.