Poetic Whisper For A Later Wind 4: Liu Tianhua #China

LIU TIANHUA'S Folkloric Compositions and The Blowing Of Music's Winds!

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Late one night I lay awake, and heard the folkloric instrument play. It took me by surprise on that day, for it reminded me of far away. So, far away. So, far away. It said I’D go back some day. Just let it play. Just let it, play. There is a distant home to stay.

Liu Tianhua

https://musictales.club/article/renaissance-chinese-erhu-fiddle-led-liu-tianhua
https://www.philmultic.com/home/instruments/erhu.html
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rgYvcTlEwM8
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