Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:07 AM in
George Enescu, one of the most famous Romanian composers, and I chose a classical, Romanian Rapshody. The clip also shows some beautiful images of my country.

As for the instrument, this was really hard, but I found the Erhu, a Chinese 2 string fiddle, with a small, usually hexagonal or octagonal body, dates back to 1100AD. And much to my surprise I also found many videos, but chose the following

Quite spectacular!



@Karen - yes, from Timisoara, 60km from the Hungarian border. Glad you like the music, me too :)

Anonymous says:

I really enjoyed that first piece, and the scenery was absolutely gorgeous!

Yes, the scenery is beautiful--as is the music.


WOW...your home country looks a lot like the mountains of North Carolina, my home country!

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