Chinese violin


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Chinese violin

n.
See erhu.
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17, 2 p.m., at the Grand Atrium includes a performance by the Philippine York Lin School Chorale, erhu (otherwise known as the Chinese violin) exhibition, a wushu demonstration, and a performance by blind and autistic pianist Albert Cedric Tan.
Jeremy Corbyn with an Erhu - a Chinese violin - during a visit to the Pagoda Arts and the Wah Sing Chinese Community centre in Liverpool yesterday Matt Cardy
Their will be a brief performance by Mei Yuan, music teacher at Fei Tian Academy of The Arts California and former Erhu (Chinese Violin) soloist with Shen Yun Performing Arts from New York.
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.
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.
(Her parents could hardly be more shocked if she prostituted herself.) In preparation for her job, she dusts off her erhu (a Chinese violin), and plucks a sound.
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.
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.

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