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Guo Gan, the finest Erhu musician, had probably produced the best classic Erhu play of this most famous Erhu classic Erquan Yingyue – Moon Reflection On The Second Spring.

This is the most extremely sorrowful and remorseful song composed by the blind musician Hua Yan Jun (1893-1950) with the nickname Ah Bing. And Erhu, with the wailing sound is the most suited to portray all this sorrows.

 


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