Ever hear of a musical instrument called an erhu? A very interesting instrument and an outstanding performance!

Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso played on the erhu, a musical instrument from China. This piece of music, which was originally composed by Camille Saint-Saens, was rearranged for the erhu by Yu Chuan and is performed here by Yu Chuan with piano accompaniment by Qu Dawei.

Tags: erhu, music, unusual
Location: China


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