Friday, February 12, 2010

Chinese New Year Greetings 拜年

Since CNY is coming, I would love to wish all my readers a very Happy Chinese New Year with a piece on the Gu Zheng. The best part is, I even got my student to play it for you guys.

Bai Nian (拜年) means CNY greetings and this is an overplayed song during the chinese new year!

Sorry for the short clip as she is playing this song for the very first time that night during our usual music class.

This video is also on the same song but played by me. Enjoy!

Related Posts:
Part I - Gu Zheng Lessons
Part II - Gu Zheng
Yesterday Once More on Gu Zheng


Anonymous said...

Happy new year. Have a safe trip home.

Sean said...

GXFC to ya too. hope u have a great time with family and friends. =)

M-Knight said...

Happy Chinese New Year to you too

Anonymous said...

Wish you could at least smile a lil while u play. Suppose to be a happy song leh. Smile a bit dun smile a bit liddat.

TY said...

祝你虎虎生威,健康如虎,虎虎快乐 !

Anonymous said...

yawn boring especially your segment. no feel no flavour no happiness. your tempo was a bit off by the way.

Cath J said...

Happy new year...

love to hear this instrument... ^_^

FooDcrazEE said...

sis, enjoy and may u n ur family b blessed with good health!

suituapui said...

Happy Chinese New Year! Wishing you lots and lots of sales and abundant wealth in the Year of the Tiger, good health and never-ending happiness!

eiling lim said...

Anon: Happy Chinese New year to you too! Thanks.

Sean: Hey Happy CNY to you too! Have a great holiday!

M-Knight: Hey, Happy CNY to you too and happy holidays.

Anon: Hehe... I know. I looked too serious at times. Point taken!

TY: Happy CNY to you too! Roar....

Anon: Thanks for taking time to view it. Point taken. Didn't say that it'll be helluva great performance btw.

Cath J: Thanks and Happy Holidays to u!

Foodcrazee: Thanks! and happy CNY to u too!

STP: Thanks! Happy CNY to you and your family too!

A Arthur said...

Hi Love

Your skill is superb.

May i offer some suggestions:

1) this is on youtube, it is better you have a nice background setting to video record it. Like using a light color big cloth for your background with some subdued lighting.

2) Maybe you should wear a cheongsam to bring out more of your own chinese personality.

3) have a slight smile - your countenance is too serious.

Then you will be numero uno for the ku zheng.

good luck to you

Uncle Arthur

eiling lim said...

A Arthur: Thanks! I will take your advice!

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