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A peaceful and lush traditional Chinese rendition, filling the air with melodic strains of another time and place.
So peaceful, it must be real.
Return to a forgotten Land of Dragons and Emperors. Magic oozes from the bow and erhu – sometimes called the Chinese violin. This is just one of a myriad of bowed stringed instruments (the huquin family) that criss-crossed Asia for centuries. This violin had only 2 strings. Although bows began as resined sticks (the resin helped to provide some friction), the invention of horse hair bows spread across the plains and mountains of Asia like wild horses. And now the music can be heard even farther.
A peaceful rendition with traditional Chinese instruments sounding like the gong, a lower version of the erhu violin, amongst others.
It starts out suddenly, pulling you in and locating you in the orient, but finishes in a twist of peaceful, airy melodies until you could be anywhere – even right in your own bed.
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