Liu Wenjin

Liu Wenjin is a Chinese composer of classical Chinese music. He is best known for his erhu piece "Sanmenxia Changxiangqu" ("Sanmen Gorge Rhapsody", 1961). He also composed, among other things, "Ballad of Yubei".

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