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CHINA Zhao Songting: Orchid in Spring (Dizi)

    

CHINA Zhao Songting: Orchid in Spring (Dizi)


Zhao, Song Ting

  Morning
1.   Morning 00:04:41
  Three Five Seven
2.   Three Five Seven 00:04:50
  Busy Picking Tea Leaves
3.   Busy Picking Tea Leaves 00:04:36
  Erfan
4.   Erfan 00:04:59
  Dove, Symbol Of Peace
5.   Dove, Symbol Of Peace 00:03:31
  Xipi Huaban
6.   Xipi Huaban 00:04:36
  Scenes On The Wu River
7.   Scenes On The Wu River 00:04:56
  Joyful Buffalo Boy
8.   Joyful Buffalo Boy 00:05:17
  Flying Partridge
9.   Flying Partridge 00:06:47
  Orchid In Spring
10.   Orchid In Spring 00:06:03

Total Playing Time: 00:50:16






Composer(s):
Zhao, Song Ting

Artist(s):
Zhao, Song-ting

Label: Marco Polo

Series: Chinese Music

Genre: World

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.225904

Barcode: 636943590423

Physical Release: 12/1996

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