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Alongside the Dressing Table (傍妆台, Bang Zhuang Tai, Xiao, 箫)

Alongside the Dressing Table (傍妆台) is a piece of royal music of Ming Dynasty (1368–1644 A.D.), which was digged out, modified and first played by Mr.Zhang Weiliang, a famous musician of traditional Chinese woodwind and a professor of The China Conservatory.
The music is played with Xiao (vertical bamboo flute) and Gu-Zheng (Chinese plucked zither), which describes the scene of a wife thinking of her husband on a long journey.

Length : 5’12”

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