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Traditional Chinese Guzheng takes you a Journey of Relaxation

Musical Moments - East
Subscribe our channel: https://bit.ly/MusicalMomentsEast The Guzheng solo "Fishermen's Song at Eventide" is a famous northern Guzheng song. It is generally believed that this song was adapted by Lou Shuhua in the mid-1930s based on the materials of the ancient song " Homeward Bound I Go". The name of the song "Fishermen's Song at Eventide" is taken from the Tang Dynasty poet Wang Bo's "Tengwang Pavilion Preface" "The sunset and the lonely bird fly together, and the autumn water manifests the same color as the sky. Fishermen's song chanted at eventide, ringing on the shore of Pengli, wild geese array scared at the coldness, and the sound cuts off at the Hengyang Beach". The four words "fishing boat sing night"(Fishermen's Song chanted at Eventide) in the verse vividly express the beautiful evening scene of the ancient Jiangnan water village in the setting sun, fishing boats returning home and fishermen singing on the river. Title: Fishermen's Song at Eventide Performer: June Chen Mixing: Joseph Ma © 2021 Atlantic Studios Inc. All rights reserved. Fishermen's Song at Eventide | Chinese Music | Musical Moments | Guzheng | June Chen | 漁舟唱晚 | 古箏 #Guzheng #Fishermen #漁舟唱晚
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