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Abing, aka Hua Yanjun (17 August 1893 - 4 December 1950). This, the only extant photograph of Abing, is taken from his identity card during the Japanese occupation of Wuxi. The original is now at the Abing Ancestral House Museum in Wuxi.
A reel of wire records, from the only extant collection of recordings of Abing's music

"Blind" Ābǐng (Chinese: 阿炳; 17 August 1893 – 4 December 1950; full name: 华彦钧, Huà Yànjūn) was a blind Chinese musician specializing in the erhu and pipa.


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Abing, aka Hua Yanjun (17 August 1893 - 4 December 1950). This, the only extant photograph of Abing, is taken from his identity card during the Japanese occupation of Wuxi. The original is now at the Abing Ancestral House Museum in Wuxi.
A reel of wire records, from the only extant collection of recordings of Abing's music

"Blind" Ābǐng (Chinese: 阿炳; 17 August 1893 – 4 December 1950; full name: 华彦钧, Huà Yànjūn) was a blind Chinese musician specializing in the erhu and pipa.


Abing sections
Intro  Life  Influence  Notes  Further reading  External links  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Life
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