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Guqin : Ancient Zither

Guqin, also called “Seven-stringed Zither”, was rendered as “Qin” in most ancient writings. The discovery of the remains of the Qin in ancient tombs (500 to 200 B.C.), together with the description of the Qin and its music in many ancient writings assured us of its long history. Today, Qin of the Tang Dynasty (700 A.D) up to the Qing Dynasty (19th Century) still exist in museums and in collections of modern Qin players.

 

Guqin, Volume 1   
1.    "Flowing Water"      Guan Pinghu     
2.    "The Mist And Clouds Over Xiao-Xiang Rivers"      Cha Fuxi     
3.    "A Dialogue Between A Fisherman And A Woodcutter"      Wu Jinglue     
4.    "Soaring Dragon"      Zhang Ziquan     
5.    "The Midnight Crow"      Yang Xinlun     
6.    "Lament At The Chang Men Palace"      Xu Lisun     
7.    "Autumn Water"      Yu Shaoze     
8.    "Flowing Water"      Gu Meigeng     
9.    "The Song Of King Yao"      Ding Chengyun     
10.    "Guang Ling Verse"      Li Xiangting     

Guqin, Volume 2     
1.    "Forgetting The Vulgar Ideas"      Xu Yuanbai     
2.    "Observing Calmly"      Xia Yifeng     
3.    "Mozi Grieving For Silk"      Liu Shaochun     
4.    "Night Mooring At The Autumn River"      Cheng Wujia     
5.    "Evening Song Of The Drunken Fisherman"      Wei Chungloh     
6.    "Sunny Spring"      Tsar Tehyun     
7.    "Man Crazy For Wine"      Yao Bingyan     
8.    "Three Variations Of Plum Blossom"      Mei Yueqiang     
9.    "Wild Geeze Over The Calm Sands"      Gong Yi     
10.    "Memories Of An Old Friend"      Cheng Gongliang     
11.    "Orchid In Seclusion"      Wu Wenguang

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Guqin : Ancient Zither Guqin, also called “Seven-stringed Zither”, was rendered as “Qin” in most ancient writings. The discovery of the remains of the Qin in ancient tombs (500 to 200 B.C.), together with the description of t
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