Zheng, or Guzheng is a kind of Chinese zither with movable bridges and 16 - 25 strings. It is one of the best-inherited ancient music instruments, and relatively more popular. What's more, Guzheng has been successfully incorporated in a lot of modern music like Chinese rock'n'roll.

Check out the finest Guzheng tunes here.

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Chun Jiang Hua Yue Ye

The moon night of spring river and flowers

Hua Die

Turning into butterflies

Han Gong Qiu Yue

Autumn moon in the palace during the Han Dynasty

Han Ya Xi Shui

A jackdaw playing with water

Gao Shan Liu Shui

High mountains and flowing water. This melody is a masterpiece of Guzheng works.

Er Quan Ying Yue

Second spring reflecing the moon. Originally known as a famous Erhu tune, this piece is the Guzheng edition of the melody.

Wang Ning Mei

Frown to no purpose. This title is the name of a poem in the arguably best ancient Chinese novel, Dream of Red Mansions.

Dong Ting Yu Mi Xiang

Dong Ting - a land flowing with milk and honey

Chu Shui Lian

Lotus out of water

Chen Xing Yuan Luo Yuan

This tune is from an opera depicting a love story in the Tang Dynasty.
Windows Media Player is required for playing all the music here.