Chinese violin


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Chinese violin

n.
See erhu.
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He stays with a family of musicians - Miss Xa, a singer with the Peking Opera, and Mr Yu, who teaches the er-hu, a kind of traditional Chinese violin with a very distinctive twang.
Diatonic accordions, Chinese violin, tabla sounds, scratching turntables - it's all here with the leader's vocals, whistles and Breton harp leading the parade.
The album also features a traditional Chinese song on which Lang is accompanied on Chinese violin by his father, Guo-ren Lang.
The former samples a Tibetan Monk chant' the latter uses the lovely sound of the erhu, a kind of Chinese violin, with Garrett avoiding getting in the way by playing piano rather than saxophone.
The cello-sized version of the erhu - a traditional two-stringed Chinese violin - has been developed by Mr KH Li, director of Liverpool's Pagoda Chinese Youth Orchestra.
Following the remarks, 6ixwire Project, a western four-string violin and two-string Chinese violin (erhu) duo, performed pieces from the East and West.
Among MUNY's list of participants is a saw player, an erhu -- a two-stringed Chinese violin -- player, several vocalists and jazz musicians, a spoon player, and a steel drum group.

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