The videos of Winnie Wong represent one whole unit of the 30 units of videos available on Travels with Music Series One. The videos of Wei Hou and Hong Wang are each just a short selection from the videos available for each of these artists. Travels with Music Series One is available online at www.travelswithmusic.org. There are nearly 300 video clips in this first series of the Travels with Music program that profiles master musicians from 15 cultures around the world: USA/Blues, Trinidad, Peru, Chile, Senegal, Nigeria, Morocco, Bulgaria/Rom, Israel, Arabic/Lebanon, Pakistan, India, Indonesia/Java, Philippines, and China. The whole program is available at the online store (www.travelswithmusic.org) and can be purchased for online access or on interactive DVD-ROM for computers or on DVD-video for television. Also, see the other collections of sample videos from Travels with Music on Curriki.

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Winnie Wong is a master of guzheng, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument that is a bit like a zither. This is the first of five short videos in which Wong plays the guzheng and tells about its structure and its history. She also talks about her own feelings about and connection to the music and to her teacher, who has been a major influence in her life. Her artistic goal is to emulate her teacher and become one with the music. This resource is part of the Travels with Music: China collection.
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Winnie Wong is a master of guzheng, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument that is a bit like a zither. This is the second of five short videos in which Wong plays the guzheng and tells about its structure, its history, and its cultural background. She also talks about her own feelings about and connection to the music and to her teacher, who has been a major influence in her life. Her artistic goal is to emulate her teacher and become one with the music. This resource is part of the Travels with Music: China collection.
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Winnie Wong is a master of guzheng, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument that is a bit like a zither. This is the third of five short videos in which Wong plays the guzheng and tells about its structure, its history, and its cultural background. She also talks about her own feelings about and connection to the music and to her teacher, who has been a major influence in her life. Her artistic goal is to emulate her teacher and become one with the music. This resource is part of the Travels with Music: China collection.
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Winnie Wong is a master of guzheng, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument that is a bit like a zither. This is the fourth of five short videos in which Wong plays the guzheng and tells about its structure, its history, and its cultural background. She also talks about her own feelings about and connection to the music and to her teacher, who has been a major influence in her life. Her artistic goal is to emulate her teacher and become one with the music. This resource is part of the Travels with Music: China collection.
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Winnie Wong is a master of guzheng, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument that is a bit like a zither. This is the fifth of five short videos in which Wong plays the guzheng and tells about its structure, its history, and its cultural background. She also talks about her own feelings about and connection to the music and to her teacher, who has been a major influence in her life. Her artistic goal is to emulate her teacher and become one with the music. This resource is part of the Travels with Music: China collection.
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Wei Hou began his music education at the age of thirteen and worked diligently to develop his talent. Both in 1993 and 1995, he was awarded first prize in the Youth Solo Instrument Competition in Beijing. He has performed all over China and on many of China's most popular TV stations, and with many important Chinese touring music ensembles. In this video he plays the bamboo flute, which is only one of his many instruments. There are more videos featuring Wei Hou and Chinese traditional music in Travels with Music, Series One, available online at www.travelswithmusic.org. This resource is part of the Travels with Music: China collection.
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