Music: Chinese pipa performance – See All Flowers on Trees within One Day【一日看尽长安花】

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The pear-shaped stringed instrument pipa has been around for over 2,000 years. It is prominent in Chinese opera orchestras and as a solo instrument. The name of this melody, “See All Flowers on Trees within One Day,” comes from a well-known Tang Dynasty poem written by poet Meng Jiao. The poem expresses the poet’s thrill at passing the imperial civil services examination.

曲目:《一日看尽长安花》

作曲:高群普

演奏:段妍

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