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  IMG_2610.JPG - A Chinese Zheng (Guzheng). TIt has a wooden sound body with strings arched across movable bridges along the length of the instrument for the purpose of tuning. For traditional repertoires, the instrumentalist mostly uses three fingers of the right hand for plucking whereas the left hand pressing the string from the other side of the bridge to create special tonalities and ornaments.  
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IMG 2610 | A Chinese Zheng (Guzheng). TIt has a wooden sound body with strings arched across movable bridges along the length of the instrument for the purpose of tuning. For traditional repertoires, the instrumentalist mostly uses three fingers of the right hand for plucking whereas the left hand pressing the string from the other side of the bridge to create special tonalities and ornaments.
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