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An American musician becomes a master of Guzheng

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发表于 2018-8-23 15:41 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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古筝 guzheng is translated as chinese zither. This young man is really very good at it.
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  Q1 a5 `( ^* `5 z3 j3 Vhttps://www.mprnews.org/story/20 ... playing-the-guzheng
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( z, D5 L6 s- \" G. Q8 Z* |* e& T9 BThe guzheng, also known as the Chinese zither, is a 21-string instrument that resembles a harp, if that harp was played on its side.
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- `4 z  ^+ q6 o- \3 o( hJarrelle Barton first heard its sound at a public library when he was 13 years old. Soon after, he made his own guzheng using a wooden tea tray and some guitar strings, but eventually convinced his grandmother to buy him one.
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  V# ]( W5 U0 h& ?2 ~4 uBut Barton isn't the person you'd expect to find playing it: He's a young black man.
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3 Q& ^) W. O- w$ L+ A"About, maybe the first year, I was completely self-taught," Barton said, explaining that he had bought some tutorials online — but they were all in Mandarin.
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