Music from China – Lin Feng Ting Mu Chan

Here’s a great chinese songs, which seems to be called “临风听暮蝉“, which means listen to the cicada in the wind. I don’t know more about the artist or the song, sorry, but it’s a great one:

16 thoughts on “Music from China – Lin Feng Ting Mu Chan

  1. Wonderfully tranquil, yet invigorating… the picture on the initial screen of the lovely young woman with the stringed instrument is from “The Forbidden Kingdom”, the recent film with Jackie Chan and Jet Li, which has a number of beautiful Chinese tunes, and scenes… an excellent film…thanks for the find and share….

      1. No worries, mate… and don’t miss the movie… it is destined to become a cult classic….. much deeper than it seems on the surface….

  2. Ah, very nice. The words pipa, erhu and diza refer to the types of musical instruments. Pipa is a 4 stringed instrument which is plucked and the erhu is played with a bow – like a violin. Both the pipa and the erhu are shown in the video. The diza ia a flute like instrument.

  3. I finally found out the name of this song, it is called 临风听暮蝉, which means listen to the cicada in the wind. Thumb this up if you wonder what the name of the song is.

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