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Meeting 12 July 2014



Introduction

This, the 68th meeting of the London Youlan Qin Society, was held in the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.

We were delighted to welcome Dr. Liang Jiyong from Guangzhou, and two new members. Dr Liang gave a very intrtesting talk about the Qing Dynasty qins made by Li Xizhai, and brought one of them with him so that we could play it.

Music

The following music was played:

  1. Shuang He Ting Quan 双鹤听泉 (A Pair of Cranes Listening to the Spring), played by Liang Jiyong
  2. Yu Qiao Wen Da 渔樵问答 (Dialogue of the Fisherman and the Woodcutter), played by Charles Tsua
  3. Meihua San Nong 梅花三弄 (Three Variations on the Plum Blossom), played by Zou Yuan
  4. Tian Lai 天籁 (Sounds of Nature), played by Julian Joseph
  5. Guan Shan Yue 关山月 (Moon over the Mountain Pass), played by Luo Tianran
  6. Jiu Kuang 酒狂 (The Drunkard), played by Cheng Yu
  7. Liang Xiao Yin 良宵引 (Tune for a Pleasant Evening), played by Liang Jiyong
  8. Bi Jian Liu Quan 碧涧流泉 (A Stream Flowing Through a Green Valley), played by Ashley Guan
  9. Zui Yu Chang Wan 醉魚唱晚 (Evening Song of the Drunken Fishermen), played by Charles Tsua
  10. Shishang Liu Quan 石上流泉 (A Stream Flowing over Stones), played by Jenny Zhao
  11. Puan Zhou 普庵咒 (Mantra of Puan), played by Marnix Wells
  12. Ping Sha Luo Yan 平沙落雁 (Wild Geese Descending on the Level Sand), played by Zou Yuan
  13. Liang Xiao Yin 良宵引 (Tune for a Pleasant Evening), played by Zou Yuan
  14. Liu Shui 流水 (Flowing Water), played by Cheng Yu




The London Youlan Qin Society would like to thank the Department of Music at SOAS for allowing us to hold our meeting there.