Traditional Chinese Music II

Traditional Chinese music is so beautiful, I wanted to share this with you. A couple of months ago I shared a piece featuring the erhu, which is played in a similar way to the cello. It looks like the erhu has two strings, and makes a wonderful, and very distinctive sound. This piece features four different instruments, including the erhu. The other instruments are a harp type of instrument called the guzheng, a flute called the dizi, and a guitar looking instrument (which is not played like the guitar at all) called the pipa. The setting on this video is also stunning.

Enjoy and have a great middle of the week!

Blessings to everyone and PEACE!

β€œIf you love nature, you will love people.”

Commentary Β© Copyright 2015, nicodemasplusthree

video from youtube

13 thoughts on “Traditional Chinese Music II

  1. Wow. The stage is beautiful, the women are beautiful, their dresses, the instruments are beautiful and the music. Yes, beautiful. Thank you. πŸ™‚

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