Chinese Music Spring and Autumn "Jackdaw Playing in the Water" Guo Ying Yehu Performance
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"Jackdaw Playing in the Water" was performed by Guo Ying in 1996, and it is a Chaozhou folk music. This piece is beautiful in melody, fresh in style and unique in charm. It is called Chaoshan "Zhou Song" (Chaoshan, roughly referring to Chaozhou Prefecture), and it is the most poetic piece of the top ten pieces of Chaozhou's string poem "Soft Cover". The whole piece has a unique and elegant melody, fresh style, unique charm, bright and ups and downs, and interprets the scene of jackdaws in the water leisurely and contentedly, chasing and playing with each other.
Involving the artist
Guo Ying, a native of Chaoyang, Guangdong, is a representative of Chaozhou Zheng. Guo Ying's famous Chaozheng songs include "Jackdaw Playing in the Water" (recorded by China Records in the 1950s) and other works.
Involving musical instruments
Yehu (pinyin: yē hú) is a traditional Chinese rubbing stringed musical instrument. Popular in Hainan, Guangdong, Fujian and other provinces.
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