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Shirley Created Music For Chinese Classical Poem-0049E -- Goose

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This is the first Chinese classical poem that I had introduced to you last May. Now, I would like to update it and match it a piece of new music that I have written for you.

This poem is very popular in China, for most of Chinese children start their Chinese learning from reciting this poem as their first Chinese lesson. Also, because it was written by a Tang Dynasty(A.D.618D907) poet Luo Bin Wang when he was just 7 years old. Most of parents hope their children can also be talent as Luo Binwang... :-)

I do hope that my music and saying will be a little bit help to your Chinese learning and to improve your listening ability... :-)

MAIN MEANING OF THE POEMLISTEN TO SHIRLEY PLAY & SING THE POEM

Goose

Luo Binwang (Tang)

Goose, goose, goose,
Bending her neck to sing to the sky,
Her white feather is floating on the green water,
Her red soles are rowing the blue waves.


NEW WORDS AND RONUNCIATION :

Please hit any Chinese character that you need help with, to see its Chinese pinyin, pronunciation, and meaning and follow me to read it.


CHINESE CHARACTERS LISTEN TO SHIRLEY PLAY & SING THE POEM :



台塩藍   (牝)

苦苦苦
爆庄鯡豸茖
易谷検駄邦
碕嫺王賠襖。


If you have any questions, comments and suggestions, please write to shirley@ebridge.cn , or shirleyz004@yahoo.com, You are welcome to publish your opinions in Forum For Friends as well.
--Shirley
Written, Sung, Translated and Recorded on Mon, Oct 2, 2006