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CHINESE FOLK SONGS CHINESE FOLK SONGS

Yeh Yung-Ching, Editor William Bellber, Arrangements Yu, Advisor Shiah Mann, Translations

Copyright© 1972 by Art Resources for Teachers and Students, Inc. 2nd edition (revised and expanded) copyright© 1979 3rd printing 1986 4th printing 1990 5th printing 1994 6th printlng 2004

Published by ARTS, Inc. 134 Henry Street, N.Y.C. 10002 CONTENTS

1 • CLAY DOLL ),N. tit! ...... I

2. FENG FLOWER ORUH ~ ~ .ft fl ...... •3 ) , GAU SHAN CHING~ Jl. '! ...... S 4. HAPPY FARMERS l ~ ~ ...... 7 5. IF THE RAIN DOESN'T FALL rf9'f 5 JI1t1f.3"· ~l ...... 9 6 . IN THAT FARA.WAY PLACE -& ~. j{ it ·~ :l:~ t ...... 11 7. JASM I ME FLO\JER f_ Jj ti ...... I) 8. KANG 0 I NG LOVE J,j t If! f,t ...... IS 9 . Ll FT YOUR VEIL ~~ tt~ ·~ 1 f,! ~ ...... I 7 I 0. LITTLE DONKEY .J, .t ,Jj_ ...... I 9

II.LOOKING FOR PLUM BLOSSOMS IN THE }t)t4ff· • • 21

12.LOTUS PICKING SONG 1* lf ~1 ...... 2) I) .MONGOL IAN SHEPHERD SONG t. 0 ~ ~k ...... 2S

14 . PURPLE BAMBOO FLUTE , JrT t/tJ ...... 27 IS.IIAINBCN SISTER ~J: ~ ~-t~-- ...... 29 16 . SAI -DI -MA - LI - A..f. ~i,\ fj i ...... )1

17 . SHA-L 1-I«.JNG-IIA }r ' ~~ '.J ...... 33 18 .SWEET BIRO OF YOUTH it~~ t* •.•• ••• ••••.•• )S 19.THE WEST WINO SPEAKS fi ~~ fo ...... )7

20. WAGONEER'S SONG 1 .~ .. *. t ~ ...... 39 INTRODUCTION

OF THE 20 SONGS IN THIS BOOK, 15 ARE FOLKSONGS, ANp 5 ARE MODERN CO~POSED SONGS. ALL OF THEM ARE VERY POPULAR AMONG CHINESE PEOPLE IN AND OVERSEAS . , S.E. ASIA, AND THE UNITED STATES. MANY OF THEM AP­ PEAR IN CHINESE ANTHOLOGIES FROM AND HONG KONG 1 A FEW ARE WRITTEN DOWN FROM MEMORY, HOST OF THEM ARE NOT OTHERWISE AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH. WE HAVE SELECTED THESE SONGS ON THE BASIS OF THEIR POPULARITY, AND THEIR MUSICAL INTEREST, W£ HAVE TRANSPOSED THEM INTO KEYS SUITABL£ FOR CHILD­ REN'S VOICES, THE SONGS ARE WRITTEN WITH A MELODY LINE AND CHORDS FOR GUITAR OR PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT. THE CHORDS CORRESPOND WITH THE ORIGINAL MODAL STRUCTURE, WESTERNIZING THE SONGS AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE. THE WORDS ARE IN WRITTEN CHINESE - WHICH MAY BE SUNG IN ANY DIALECT - ROHANIZED MANDARIN SOUNDS, AND ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS, WE HAVE TRIED TO MAKE THE TRANSLATIONS AS LITERAL AS POSSIBLE, AND TO HAKE SURE THEY ARE SINGABLE. THESE VERSIONS HAVE BEEN USED IN MANY CLASSROOMS IN CITY CHINA­ TOWN, BY CHINESE, SPANISH, AND ENGLISH SPEAKING STUDENT$, CHILDREN ENJOY SINGING THEH, AND FIND THEH EASY TO LEARN. A CASSETTE TAPE WITH EACH SONG SUNG IN MANDARIN, AND ALSO IN A SIMPLE IN­ STRUHFNTAL VERSION, IS AVAILABLE FROM ARTS INC. ROHANIZATION J PRONUNCIATION THE WORDS OF THE SONGS ARE ROHANIZED INTO SOUNDS. ALTHOUGH MANDARIN IS THE OF CHINA, IT IS A NORTHERN CHINESE DIALECT. PEOPLE FROM OTHER PARTS OF CHINA WILL PRONOUNCE THE WORDS DIFFERENTLY, EVEN THOUGH THE WRITTEN FORM IS THE SAME. SINCE CHINESE LANGUAGES ARE TONAL, THEY ARE IMPOSSIBLE TO ROHANIZE CORRECTLY WITHOUT USING CODE. HOWEVER, WE HAVE DEVELOPED OUR OWN SYSTEM FOR THE CASUAL READER, USING PHONETIC AMERICAN ENGLISH. A WORD IS PRONOUNCED AS IT LOO~S - MORE OR LESS. OUR SYSTEM, WHICH IS BASED ON THAT OF Y.R., HAS THE DISADVANTAGE THAT IT IS QUITE DIFFERENT FROM THE PREVAILING SYSTEMSa W~DE-GILES, POST OFFICE, AND NATIONAL ROMANIZATION. HOWEVER, IT HAS THE ADVANTA;E THAT WILL BE ABLE TO PRONOUNCE THE WORDS IN MANDARIN CONSISTENTLY AND NEARLY CORRECTLY, WITHOUT LEARNING A CODE. USE THE FOLLOWING VOWEL PRONVNCIATIONSa

A E FATHER E • HER = EVE 0 • GLORY U • RUDE NOTES ON CHINESE MUSIC WESTERN PEOPLE APPROACHING CHINESE MUSIC FOR THE FIRST TIME OFTEN HAVE THE UNEASY FEELING THAT IT IS GOING TO BE TERRIBLY DIFFERENT. ACTUALLY, TRA­ DITIONAL MUSIC IS VERY DIFFERENT FROM THE WESTERN, 80TH IN THEORY AND IN ITS PHILOSOPHICAL CONCERNS. BUT CHINESE MUSIC SINCE THE 20'S HAS BEEN DEEPLY AFFECTED BY WESTERN THEORY, AND HAS ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY USED WESTERN SCALES AND NOTATION. OUR BOOK FOLLOWS THIS PRACTICE. CHINESE MUSIC, LIKE SO MANY OTHER THINGS IN , IS SUPPOSED TO DATE BACK TO THE EMPEROR (2700 BC). IT IS SAID THAT HE ORDERED HIS MINISTER TO CUT BAMBOO O~THE~JUN LUN MOUNTAINS, ANO CERTAIN HOLES IN IT, THUS ESTABLISHING THE J\ ~ JONG, OR FOUNDATION TONE, FROM WHICH ALL OTHER NOTES WERE THEN DERIVED.

THE HOST C~ON OF TRADITIONAL SCALES WAS THE S-TONE (PENTATONIC). CHINESE MUSIC WAS MODAL, RATHER THAN TONAL AND HARMONIC. THE FOCUS WAS ON MELODY, AND RHYTHMIC PERCUSSION ACCOMPANIMENT. INSTEAD OF USING HARMONY, VOICES OR INSTRUMENTAL GROUPS PLAYED IN UNISON. FOR THESE REASONS, CHINESE FOLK MUSIC IS NATURALLY VERY SINGABLE. OVER THE CENTURIES CHINESE MUSIC WAS GREATLY INFLUENCED BY FOREIGN STYLES. CONTACT WITH INNER ASIA AND INDIA VIA THE ROAD, AS WELL AS THE MONGOL INVASIONS OF THE 13TH CENTURY, INFLUENCED BOTH FOLK ANO COURT MUSIC, BRING ­ ING MANY NEW INSTURMENTS AND STYLES. THE LAST MUSICAL INVASION OF CHINA WAS, OF COURSE, THE WESTERN. FOUR OF THE HODERN'SONGS IN THIS BOOK WERE COMPOSED !Y ONE , IN AN ATTEMPT TO COMBINE CHINESE AND WESTERN MUSIC. HUANG TZ Jf tJ , A GRADUATE OF YALE, WROTE "LOOKING FOR PLUM BLOSSOMS IN THE SNOW", "LOTUS PICKING SONG", "HAPPY FARMERS", AND "THE WEST WIND SPEAKS•: AMONG MANY OTHER POPULAR AND PATRIOTIC SONGS, BEFORE HIS DEATH IN 19)8. THE FOL~ MUSIC IN THIS BOOK REPRESENTS THE DIFFERENT REGIONS OF CHINA, AND THE VARIOUS INFLUENCES ON THEM. AN EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO INCLUDE SONGS FROM MANY PARTS OF CHINA, AND FROM THE MINORITY NATIONALITIES. IN THEIR HOME PROVINCES , THE SONGS ARE NATURALLY SUNG IN LOCAL DIALECTS, WITH MANY MUSICAL NUANCES CHARACTERISTIC OF EACH AREA. ALTHOUGH THESE LOCAL STYLES CANNOT REALLY BE REPRODUCED IN STANDARD NOTATION, STILL ONE CAN GET AN IDEA OF THE RICHNESS AND VARIETY IN CHINESE FOLK MUSIC.

IN CHINA, FOL~ MUSIC IS MUCH MORE INTEGRATED WITH FORMAL CULTURE THAN IN THE WEST. FOL~ SONGS, IN STANDARDIZED VERSIONS, ARE THE MAIN MUSIC TAUGHT TO SCHOOL CHILDREN. SIMPLE MELODIC AND PERCUSSIVE INSTRUMENTS ARE SHARED BY BOTH FOL~ AND COMPOSED MUSIC 1 THERE IS NO GREAT GAP AS IN THE WEST BE­ TWEEN ORCHESTRAL AND HOME-MADE. FOLK TUNES AND LEGENDS FORMED THE BASIS OF OPERAS AND PLAYS. FROM THE ON, CHINESE POETS HAVE WRITTEN IN A FORM CALLED Jij TZYH, WHICH MUST FIT THE METER AND MELODY OF SPECIFIC FOLK TUNES. THE SONGS THAT VILLAGE PEOPLE MADE UP IN THEIR EVERYDAY LIVE S HAVE BEEN AN IMPORTANT AND FAMILIAR PART OF THE CULTURE OF All CHINESE FOR HUNDREDS OF YEARS. ;;t 11 n. HOOERN CLAY DOLL

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THIS ONE AND ON - LY SONG, "FENG YANG" IS ITS MANE. I~ t 01 1® ~ ~. JY HUEI CHANG GE, "FENG 1tYANG" GE. AiJ c" Wt r 4JilLJ J2J £9 I f J p J fl COME SING 11FENG YANG", VI HV YA HEYl ~ Pj' Dj t]f! itJ 'pt ~ t-. I ~J "FENG YANG" GE LAI, Yl tlJ YA HU HEll

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2 BITTER MY LOT, HARD MY FATE1 MY WHOLE LIFE LONG, NEVER A GOOD !

Ji ~ ! I 1% 4p- ;l; - ~ - nt ~~ 1· t ~ A jt ! WO ~U, WO MING BOa Yl Yl SHYR JIA BU JAU HAU JANG FU! ALL THE BIG SHOTS MARRIED OTHER GIRLS, SO MY OLD MAN PLAYS THE DRUM ALL DAY. A ~ ~9 ~ /t. 'tit t ~ ~ ~~ i1G ~ (. A " 'f JJ 7t ft, REM JIA DE JANG FU TZUO GUAM YEOU TZUO FU, WO JIA JANG FU JY HUEI OA HUA GU . PLAY, PLAY THE FLOWER DRUM, Yl HU YA HU HEY! .:rJ tJ ~e l{ - ~ D-1 PJ o)~,! DA, DA HUA GU, Yl HU YA HU HEll 3 POOR MY FATE, POOR MY FATE, MY WHOLE LIFE LONG, NEVER A GOOD MATE!

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6 J.j<~ MODERN HAPPY FARMERS MODERATELY D 0

~*·i J J ! p h Jt I FARM - ERS ARE HAP-PY, HAR-VEST TIME WAS GOOD. E-VERY l ~ m ~l 1z. NONG JIA LE, ' SH MENG 1-~CHIOU DUO.' • MAlt JLE A D ~~ )) 1> , j;z £fS Jl SILK WORM SOLD, RICE All THRESHED, PAID THE RENT ON TIME, ~ it. .J"J J f.,~ Yt ID ¢A TSAN · SY, OA LE HE, HA BA TIAN TZU,

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ON THE HOUNTAIN GROWS A TREE, BY THE TREE SHE WAITS FOR HER LOVE. ~ ~ w J; - ~t; ~-' , tt- -a $ r· r t~ ~ • GAU GAU SHAH SHANG Yl SHU HUAia HEI TZAI S.._, SHIA WANG LANG LAI.

HOTHER'S ASKING \tHY SHE WAITSa "I WAIT FOR THE FLOWERS TO 8LOOI1. 11 ~-. r~ ., ~ 1. tt It l A Y. ~ .Jt ft ·~ ~ • lUANG WEN NIU ER WANG SHEH HOa ''WO WANG HUAI .._,A Jl SHYR kAI."

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t'{j ' I "tQ 1t ~ ~ it'~ :3" ~ 1t fJ "t~. TZAI NAR YNJ YUAN DE 01 F~G, YEOU HAU GU NIANG. 0 H '" F ~s ; D p ;gr ll J2j ) A E - VERY - ONE WHO RIDES BY HER TENT A.. A. ~ ~ 1fJ 'Pl ,! REN 1"'MEN TZOU GUO TA DE JANG FANG -bg$ OM I!FE p • l J J J F =II AL - WAYS TURNS TO LOOK A - GAIN AT HER. ~ -t @) ll m ~ ~ y_ • DOU YNJ HUE I TOU LIOU• LIAN"'"' DE JANG WANG.

2 HER PINK FACE IS FAIR AND SMILING LIKE THE HORNING SUN. tt~ fi ~1 ~ ~ • ;tt .. ~1. A. ,. , TA NA FEN HONG DE SHIAU LIAN HAU SHIANG HONG TAl YANG. HER PRETTY EYES ARE SHINING BRIGHT, LIKE THE SILVER MOON GLEAMING AT NIGHT. ~~ ;~ )~ fj) "- (I IDe. ~, "t} 1t at l:. B~ tj i9 ~ ~ • TA NA PO DONG REN DE YEAN JING HAU SHIANG WAN SHANG HING MEl DE VUE LIANG. 3 I WOULD GIVE UP ALL MY WEALTH AND GO TO WATCH SHEEP, ~-JM~ J ~1! ~t"t~ 1t ¥-I WO YUAN PAU CHIULE TSAI CHAN, GEN lA CHIU FANG YANG, IF EACH DAY I COULD SEE HER FACE, AND HER DRESS WITH BORDER SO FAIR, ~ 1\. t ,t" Iff ~r ~ .J • _. , ~ ~ ~ I i' ~ ~ t;( t . MEl TIAN KAN JE NA FEN HONG DE SHIAU LIAN, HE NA MEl Ll BIAN DE VI SHANG,

11 4 I WOULD LIKE TO BE A SHEEP AND STAY BY HER SIDE,

~ Ltl 1t - t ,J I ¥- ~k 11 te ~ I} I WO YUAN TlUO Yl JY SHIAU YANG GEN TZAI TA SHEN PANG, AND SHE WOULD PAT ME SO GENTLY WITH HER LITTLE WHIP All THE DAY LONG. -* ft tt\'j t t ~ffi ~lij ~ 1i * 3', liT ., ,, .:n ~ ~ j J:: 0 WO YUAN TA NA JE SHI SHI DE PI BlAH BU DUAN CHING CHING DA TZAI WO SHEN SHANG.

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2 SO GOOD LULU 01 IS SHE, DAUGHTER LULU Dl OF Ll,

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JANG'S SON LU LU OJ SAW HER, IN LOVE LU lU 01 F'ELL H£. ~ 3< 51 1 t) ;\ f , f .1: ~ ~ ~ tt ~. JAHG JIA LIU LIU DE DA GE, KAN SHANG LIU LIU DE TA YO. NEW MOON SHINING, IN LOVE LU LU Dl FELL HE. jj ~ ' ,, , t .t ;J ;J 'f) tt rtJ () YUE LIANG WAN WAN, KAN SHANG LIU LIU DE TA YO.

15 3 AT FIRST LU LU 01 HE LOVES HER NATURE LU LU 01 TRUE OH! -* >I 3'f f.) .f L A. t ~ >Y i~ ~ aj~! Yl LAI LIU LIU DE KAN SHANG REM TSAI LIU LIU DE HAU YOl AND THEN LU LU 01 HE LOVES HER COOKING LU LU 01 TOO OHl -=- * }j ~v t'1 t 1: t f )' ~ t9 ~ .,~! ER LAI LIU LIU DE KAN SHANG HUEI DANG LIU LIU DE JAI YO~ N£W MOON SHINING, HER COOKING LU LU Dl TOO OHl )j ~ 1 .tf, t f ~ ~ :r tcJ ~ ~1! YUE LIANG WAN WAN, HUEI DANG LIU LIU DE JIA Y01

4 GO LOVE LU LU Dl ANY GIRL THAT .YOU LU LU Dl CARE FOR, tt M ~ t 19 -t t 1t ~?. :1 ~ ~ ~ t ~ . SHYR JIAN LIU LIU DE NIU TZ REM Ml LIU LIU DE AI YO, FLIRT WITH LU LU 01 ANY BOY THAT YOU LU LU Dl WANT TO! tt r.~ ~~ ;r ~ .J t 11 tJ, ;'f ~~ 1g ~ "~ ! SHYR JIAN LIU LIU DE NAN TZ REM Nl LIU LIU DE CHIOU YO! N£W MOON SHINING, THAT YOU LU LU 01 WANT TO. ~ ~ ~· ' , 11 ~r- ~tB ;m ~ ~~ ~~ ! YUE LIANG WAN WAN, REM Nl LIU LIU DE CHIOU YOl

16 ~ ~ l~~).;~I re-t SHINJIAHG tiFT YOUR VEIL MODERATELY FAST " F c F • .. ~9£ p ) ) ;p J> ;tp-=___ j J' J BOY a COME, PRET-TY GIRL AND RAISE YOUR VEIL, ;J1rX ~t J -t:r, 1lj l ij ~I SHIAN CHI LE Nl DE GAl TOU LA I, c F ' ~b G j j ) j t J J> J I WANT TO SEE YOUR DARK EYE - !!ROWS. 1f 1\ t i 1:.J- 1~ !§ RANG wo *LAI KAN KAN Nl DE ME I. F ~ } s j) s I £33 J[) j) IP YOUR DARK EYE - II ROWS so LONG AND FINE AH! -t5r- ~ JB ~ ~s ~ l ~! Nl DE MEl ER SHI YEOU CHANG YAI c F ~b J> l i JJ J J ) p F JUST LIKE THE NEW MOON IN THE SKY. "tt ~ JtJ t~ ~ ~ HAU SHIANG NA SHU SHAU DE WAN YUE LIANG.~-

*~ l ' ~p ~ 1---== ~ ~ Jf .,J I s J[jj j) J) I GIRLe MY DARK EYE - II ROWS so LONG AND FINE AH! ~ f;J II 9t ~IB .5l t. ~~ wo DE MEl ER SHI YECIU CHANG YAl

17 c F v ~b j) l ) ;I)" f J J) 1> J =II JUST LI•E THf NEW MOON IN THE SKY. tt 1~ ~ m ~ 1j ~r ~ ~. HAU SHIAJIG NA SHU SH AU DE WAN YUE LIANG.

2 COME, PRETTY GIRL, AND RAISE YOUR VElla I WANT TO SEE YOUR SPARKLING EYES,

~ ~t j ~~ ~ l j) ~ 1 tl ~ ~ f t 1rj. i~ '"' I SHIAN CHI LE Nl DE GAl TOU lAia lANG W0 LAI ~N ~N Nl DE YEAN, YOUR SPARKLING EYES SO BLACK AND BRIGHT AHl JUST LI-E THE PEARLS DEEP IN THE SEA. ey, 1~ 8~ ~ ;!. )l ~ ~! tj- 1t ~ ~JJ_- ~1-t1<.. Nl DE YEAN ER HEI YEOU LIANG AH! HAU SHIANG NA J~ Yl MO YANG. ) COME, PRETTY GIRL, AND RAISE YOUR VElla I WANT TO SEE YOUR ROSY MOUTH, ~ Al'.l J ~ ~ 1 ij *I il ~ -* i t ~~ ~9 ~~~ . SHIAN CHI LE Ill DE GAl TOU LAia RANG WO LAI ~ KAN Nl DE TZUEI, YOUR ROSY MOUTH SO SMALL AND SWEET AHt JUST LIKE A CHERRY PICKED IN MAY. -tj. )j 1 ~ ~1 }l .J, 11] .' 1t 11< ~ ..i foJ 11~ ,t~ 11 ~. Nl DE TZUEI ER HONG YEOU SHIAU AHt HAU SHIANG NA YUE DE SHIAN TAU. 4 COME, PRETTY GIRL, AND RAISE YOUR VElla I WANT TO SEE YOUR LITTLE FACE,

JfrX ttt J 1-f:J 1 ~~ »- l tl ~ "1- t t 1rj. 1~ ,Blt I SHIAN CHI LE Nl DE GAl TOU LAia RANG WO LAI KAN KAN Nl DE LIAN, YOUR LITTLE FACE $0 PINK ANa ROUND AHl JUST LIKE A APPLE IN TH£ FALL. -t~, -)'3 Jlt ~ ~I ~ I)) 11l! ~J- 1f< j~ ft l lj J* ft.. . Nl DE LIAN ER HOIIG YEOU YUAN AHt tWJ SHIANG IIA PING GUO DAU CHIOU TIAN.

18 ~ 117 ,J, ~ ,y_ SHENSHI LITTLE DONKEY FAST ' PERKY c F C ~j JJ J;41J J l J v I J J ONCE HAD A SHALL DON - KEY I NE - VER HAD RIO -DEN. ~ ~ t d• ~ ••~ }\ f(f.-tJ 1' '~I WO YEOU Yl JE SHIAU HAU LIU WO TSONG LAI YE 8U CHI. F c G I ~ }J J J) I ). j J. j I J J J J I j. ]> ONE DAY I FELT so GOOD, I RODE HIH TO THE HAR - KET. - }\._ ~ J ~ ~ ~ !. lfi •/ ' .~ t t Yl TIAN wo GAll LE SHING wo CHI JE TA CHIU GAH Jl. c c F c ..--¥-~-~- r -u l ;I a l J I j) J j j

I TOOK HY LIT-TLE WHIP IN HAND, DER ~A DER AI YO! D_.l »1~! ~J!t~ ,J) ~ * I .1t~ Ji 11~ 1 WO SHOU Ll NA JE SHIAU PYI &IAN, DER LA DER AI YO! F c G c J J t? k J 1f J J J. j I J J J J lj:

PI Ll PA LA HUA LA LA LA LA I FELL IN - TO THE HUD~ i' Jt3 ~ DfJi~$.Ji,J\ Jf j - ~ PI Ll PA LA HUA LA LA LA LA WO SHUAI LE Yl SHEN Nl!

19 20 Hf!f-4~ MODERN LOOKING FOR PLUM BLOSSOMS IN THE SNOW FAST • JOYFULLY CM Ej, c,a l b CM ~Jq ~ J> JtJ I J f )J p "'P ~ l1' AF - TER SNOW, SUN - NY DAn PL'-" BLOS -SOMS SCENT TH£ -' fft 1 ~ ~ Jl t SHIUE CHI TIAN CHING LANG1 LA• MEl CHU FM7 II&. 7 Eb cM7 r· -s ~ Jj D r AIR . RIDE MY DONK - EY, PAST THE BRIDGE,

1', M r'i 11 ~ ~ I SHIANG. CHI LIU, BA CHI AU GUO,

Eb Et> )5 j) J)" C( ) [ J ~ II: ..., HIS BELL SOUNDS DING DONG. SOUNDS DING DONGt $) gf ~ ttJ ) ~ "J 1' J *LING ER SHIANG DING DONG . SHIANG DING DONG! lit. 7 CM ~ l E"' l J) :J) )> ~· }) ry l iJ> ¥ I JP D p 't SOUNDS DING DONG! SOUNDS DING DONG! SOUNDS DING DONG!

~ I ., tiJ IQ) 'J •r '1 1' I "I I SHIANG DING DONG! SHIANG DING DONG! SHIANG DING DONG! FM7 Bf> Eb cM7 p· )j ¥ )- , p ~ SUCH LOVE-LY FLO- WERS BE SIDE MY CHAIR! tt ~ ~ fg ~ 1* .t- HUA TSAI DE PING GONG YMG1 '

21 I c" E~ c,..1 At. 7 ;~ ); I· ~· il£3 i I ,., r I :) j J. l I READ AND PLAY MU SIC, SUCH A HAP - py - Jt 1~ ~ t f. ~ fl )\ )t_ •t If BAH wo SHU SHENG CHIN YUN, GONG ou HAll SHYR Et> Eb .2. Bb 7 p p· p E~ ~ J Ftl -- •II ) I r I f' II TIME! SUCH A HAP - py TIMEl Jt. )!_ .,. J \ , 1t 0 1t • GOANGl GONG DU HAll SHYR GOANG!

22 ~ i! ~ MODERN LOTUS PIC~ING SONG 140DERATELY D A7 D G 0 ~~J j J J. J r ,J. AT SUN - SET, HIGHT WINOS 8L()W. t ~ ~' 8~ ,iJ !i; SHI YANG SHIE, WAJI FENG PIAU1

D G D G A7 I@!~ ,) r d J I J J de WE All SING THE LO - TUS SONG. A. ~ ~ # ll jj • OA JIA '*LAI CHANG TSAI LIAJI YAU. A7 D A7 D ~'\I J J J. j ; I d. FLO - WER RED, FLO - WER WHITE, ~I 13 ,.. ~ tt, «: I HONG HUA YEAH, SAl HUA JIAU ,

D A7 D G D ~~~ cJ t E J r F J. FULL OF COOl - NESS AND PER FUME. ~, 11. ill ,f. t ~ • PU HI AN CHING FENG SHU CHI SHIAU.'~

A7 0 if'* J J J. Ji4J I ;&:l r I J. I· YOU ROW THE' BOAT, I DO roo, il 1,'] ~ , A tf l; HI HUA JIANG, wo CHE'NC GAll.

23 A7 D ~-- J J I J.- ) J t£jJ J I J. QUI Cit - LY WE pf A LIT --TLE BRIDGE. ~ !} ~ .l) ;t,t , KUAN LAI Yl SHENG GUO SHIAU SHIAU CHI AU .

D A7 0 G J. ...-;-- ~ .... A J r F r· BOATS GO FAST, SONGS RISE UP, ~ ff ~' ifJ, CHUAH SHING KUAY, GE'*- SHENG GAU, G D G '" A7 D ~ J ~.._ F ...... J ~ J J. I d· I J. I WHAT A HAP - py LO - TUS PICK - lNG TIHE . ~ 1:t t ~t ~ ~ ~. TSAI DE LIAN HUA LE TAU TAU.

24 1Ft 0 1{_ ~ MONGOLIAN SHEPHERD SONG ALLEGRO c,.. '~"c r OUT - S I DE THE GREAT WALL, ON THE HILL - SIDE STEEP, l ,, .;. th\ ~ ) "~1 ~ ~ TSE MA CHANG CHENG WAI, *'l:SA I SHANG HAU FENG GUMG, 8b Eb lQ ·· J pt p J I J IJJ JCJ~1 GRASS IS LONG, HORSE IS STRONG, ~ ~ l I I~ ~ ~ TSAU ER CHANG, MA ER JUANG, ' c,.. Btr ~~ &u Jt54 J r___ 1 1 J. -J 1 1 HOM - GOL CHILO - REN WATCH THE SHEEP . 1<: 0 Jt it 1t '1 ¥ HENG GV ER NIU HU NIOU YANG, ' c,.. "b Eb I~A r· p ~[] t$3 I J JZ:J JC@l I VEl - LOW Rl VER, YIN MOUN-TAIN HIGH, 1 )jJ ~ ¢ a.. HUANG HE AN, YIN SHAN •PANG, c,.. "b ~~--~b iJ?J- fEJ J i21 J. 11 ! II H£ ROES RIDE AND PASS THEM BY. ~ ,, ~ ~ 3. *YING •SHIOttG CHI MA GUO CHI AU LIANG,

25 IN THE SETTING SUN, HEAR THE CAMEL BELL,

• ,\ r J ~ I ,,~ ~ P(iJ VJ Pf 1 Jl HO WANG SHI YANG, TUO BU SHIANG DING DONG, OH SO SAO, HEAR IT RING, RIDING ON A WEARY ROAD. ott) DJ Pf _t )j )J: ~ ,t 'lfl It * { l_ • SHIANG DING DONG, CHI LIANG, Tl ER LAN OU LU GENG CHANG. GREY THE SKY, ENDLESS THE LAND, HEROES RIDE HOME FROM THE HILLS. " -t t Jj ! ~ '* ~ .~ .~ "f lL ~ • TIAN TSANG TSANG, YE HANG HANG, YING SHIONG CHI HA SHIA SHAN GANG.

26 ~ JrT ))~ SHAN DONG.l f.PURPLE BAMBOO FLUTE FREELY 0 G 0 A 0 ,,.4 J F £ ) J I tsrJ €J I J SHI - lUNG PUR - PLE STRAIGHT BAM BOO, ~&. T. lrT ~w 1t. 1~ 1 Yl GEM TZY JU SHI TIAU TIAU,

G 0 G D A 3 J I ... J ~- r;;J J r J s FOR MY CHILD I'LL MAKE A FLUTE. ~ to' ~ i ffX. f i • SONG GEl BAll BAU TZUO GUAH SHIAU.

G A A ~~ !-- e::~ J 3 I J r ; £1' I J F'LUTE""' TO YOUR LIPS, LIPS TO YOUit FLUTE, ~~ f.J 1 0 ) D ~ ~ ~ t, SHIAU ER DUEl JUEM KOU, KOU ER DUEl JUEN SHIAU,

0 G 0 ,,. J r I t;;J J JJSj i2J I J FROM THE FLUTE COME PRET-TY MEL - 0 - DIES. l ; ~ ~ 1lr &} 1~. SHIAU JONG CHUEI CHU SHIM SHYR DIAU.

A G p ---- lf· J J:J3 I j r r t t MY PRE-CIOUS ONE, YU Tl YU Tl dl i i, ~ Pl:, ·~ SHI/IU IAU BAU, YU Tl ""YU Tl

27 EM A 0 A G l§t· r r J I J s I J er ft I YOU'VE lEAR II EO NOW. MY PRE-CIOUS ONE, YU Tl YU Tl ,J. ~ ~ J I i i, ~·~~~ SHUE HUE I LIAU. SHIAU II AU IIAU, YU Tl YU Tl EM ~'· r r I ·r; I ; u J J ~j II YOU'VE LEARNED NOW •••• J tE tHUE I LIAU ••••

28 il ~ #t;f.. ~YU~ RAINBOW SISTER SWEETLY ,S.DLY DH l§ft ~ r rS?r r (Jf ~ r D E RAIN • BOW SIS - TER HONG HAl AI YO! tl .., 4 ., •4 '.hi HONG TSAI HEI •HEI HONG HAl ·•AI YOl ' GM ~~ r C§] r EJj ); J ) J HOW ..,LOVE-LY IS SHE HONG HAl AI YO! ... tt ~ ,. •! ~ ri~'.. . J.NG DE HAU NE HE HONG -~HAl AI YO! F DH F ~~ J JS? (31 r::r I j J p J HER LIPS LIKE CHER - RIES HONG HAl AI YO! ,,. ~, 4 ~~ .l, .., ..,. . YING TAU SHIAU "KOU HONG '*HAl AI YO! OM ~b J J J J J ) J J J :II so SWEET AND Tl - NY HONG HAl AI YO! J: ~~ t ., ·~ "lf •j~ I Yl DIAN DIAN" ME HE HONG HAl AI YOl

29 PEACH BLOOM$ OPEN IN SPRINGTIME 1 I WAS HERS AND SHE WAS MINE • .:. f1 l t- ~ ~ N) ) ~ JO ~ fl-. ~ ~- t:, SAN YUE Ll LAI, TAU HUA KAla WO HE MEl MEl CHENG EN AI. THE HARVEST MOON IS ROUND AND FULLI I LONG FOR SISTER AND TEARS FALL. I \. A 'P #. ~ jf; fiJ 1§, ~ J ~ ~ ;f. ~ t 31. BA YUE JONG CHIOU YUE JENG YUAN 1 SHIANG CHI LE MEl MEl, LEI LIAN LIAN.

30 )r 3 ~ 1t :r~J1! SHINJIANG SAI -DI -MA-Ll -YA SPIRITEDLY c G7 c c 1\fl! 1?3 J I :J,..~ J J I J I r-, ]31 J I SUCH A FAIR LOVE - LY HOUN-TAIN ROSE, SAl Dl HA Ll YA. J( t~ tiJ ~ ;~ !f; J\ 1t 1 ~ ~~ ~J !1. KE AI DE Yl DUO HEI GUEI HUA, SAl Dl HA Ll YA . c G] c ~~ ; ~ l. ±] j I J ~ ., I g I l J 0 ljl SUCH A FAIR LOVE - LY HOUN-TAIN ROSE, SAl Dl HA ll YA. DJ t fJ .9! JJ( 1t t. ~ ~~ .f~ t:. KE AI DE Yl DUO HEI GUEIJ' HUA, ' SAl Dl MA Ll YA . v F v ~u- r r t=E r f r: r f3 I J § WHEN RODE OUT HUNT -lNG ON THE HILL ONE DAY, ~ ~ 1i lL ...!:. 1J ~ ~ t I ~ ~I NA TIAN" wo TZAI SHAN SHANG DA LIE CHI JE HA ER, .. ~ F ~ -r f r r EFl r r r r -r r I J I HEARD A SONG Rl - SING TO THE CLOUDS FROM DOWN BE - LOW • .iEfq,~ ~ T- ~ D~ ~ ~ ~ 't riP JENG DANG Nl TZAI SHAN SKtA GE CHANG WAN JUAN RU YUN SHIA.'l . c -J J _J J I J71 £-;IJ?J J I

THAT SONG HADE HE LOSE HY WAY, AND FALL DOWN THE HILL - SIDE. J\ J ~ ~ ~ tt_ )l_ T- • '*GE SHENG'l- SHYR-1~ WO ~HI LE *-·LU, WO TSONG SHAM PO GUEN SHIA.

31 G7 c ---- t-., ~ l. i j I lj J J I J J J I l =II AY YA YA1 HEAR-ING YOUR SONG RI-SING TO TH£ CLOUDS. tJ{ f) ,_ A. th ~~ ·~9! t~ fjt~ t ~"- . MY YA VAl Nl DE GE·~ SHENG WAN JUAN RU YUN SHIA.

2 SUCH A STRONG HANDSOME COSSAC~ YOUTH, Yl WEN DU DA ER, (REPEAT)

3! )t 19 t if. trt A ~ I 8f. tr.d M' CHANG JUANG DE CHIN NIAN HA SHA KE, *Yl WEN DU DA ER, TONIGHT, CROSS THE RIVER AND COME TO SEE ME,

.:t\ I JIN~ TIAN" WAN~ SHANG~ CHINGt!" ~r,Nl GUOi! ~F5HE LAI* WO JIA,~ COHE RIDING ON HORSEBACK AND PLAY YOUR MUSIC TO ME.

I•~~ t 1,)', tJ I'~ ~ t t ~~ tJ j. 1\ J11. 1 CHI JE Nl DE MA ER NA JE Nl DE DONG 8U LA. WAITING FOR THE MOON TO RISE, PLAY YOUR DONG-8U-LA SO SWEET, 1 ~ n ~ ~ 1:. ~~ 1JtA:.~A7- i9 ~ n . NA VUE ER PA SHANG LAI, 80 CHI Nl DE C~N SHIUN, AY YA YA! YOU AND I TOGETHER 'NEATH A TREE. •( ~~~ 'f ·' 1J-J\ ;f8 1f<.~ PI ti #t ~ • AY VA VAl Nl WO SHIANG Yl GE CHANG TZAI SHU SHIA.

32 ;r ! ~~ SHA-LI-HVNG-IIA"' MODERATELY FAST F c F l@~l p (7J ) } , ( $! j )J WHERE DID IT COME FROM, THE CA - MEL TRAIN AHl , ?I i!J .4t t- ';f, NA Ll *LAI DE, ..LUO TUO KE YA! F I =':r t??i J) )> l SHA Ll HUNG IIA HEY! HEY! HEY I ~ .. ~r 'I ,, ' '!J ,, .,. ~,. ! SHA Ll HUNG 8A HE I. HEll HEI! F c J D s 1510 CAME THE CA - MEL TRAIN AHl .ft ~ ,.tt ~ •J) LHA - SA LAI LUO TUO KE YA!

I F GM / . l . l .~ . I' F D ~I ~& ). J> J::j )IJ J il p P Ell SHA Ll HUNG IIA HEY! HEY! HEY HEY HEY! V'f ~ I ;" ~ ,. .. ••1'.. .I .,. '1. •;!. SHA Ll HUNG IIA HE II HEY! HEY! HEt HE I HE II

2 THE CAMEL TRAIN, WHAT DID IT CARRY? J HOW MUCH IS IT, AH7 ~~ ~t ~t ~ Dt , tl1 )J ? ~ ( -t '*- .f.tll rtt 11 11· tlJ : LUD TUO TUO DE SHA DONG SHI YA! JIANG PI TZ HUA JIAU, SHA JIA CHIAN YA7 CAMELS CARRY AH! THREE IIIG COINS AND THREE LITTLE ONES AH! ~z ~~ ~~t t~ *' Jt f D:f , - ~ =. it :: ~ : liJ I LUO TUO TU0 DE JIANG PI TZ YA! SAM LIANG, SAN CHIAN, SAN FEN, SAN AHl 4 BY THE OOORSIDE HANG OLD SHOES AHl 5 RICH HEN COME AND SIT ON THE COUCH AH~ $- :tJG l: 1: llj' r' } rtt l~ ~ll ~ Dj 1 1J 11· ;9 -t HENSHANG GUA OE PO PI SHIE YA~ YEOU CHIAN DE LAU YEH KUNG SHANG TZUO YA~

POOR OR WEALTHY, PLEASE COME IN AH~ POOR HEN COME IN THEY GET THE ~LOOR AH! 11 t 1\: '~ 1\ tt ~ ,. b) I )t tl 11 ~ ~~ "f 'f J 1 YEOU CHIAN HEI CHIAN CHING JIN LAI YA! HEI CHIAN DE LAU YE Dt SHIA TZUO YA ~

34 J4r a t •• t$ SHINJIAHG SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH MODERATELY FAST EM G A,. e11 E M " k: ;Jl ~j }. ).) llfJ J

SUN GOES DOWN, TO - HOR -ROW IT WILL RISE JUST THE SAME. j:(_ ~ r.. lL ~~ :ij 1i ~ .l;. ~- TAl YANG SHIA SHAN MING TZAU *Yl JIOU PA SHANG LAI, EM G Afo4 EM Ajo4 EM ). A ). A J>: l j? A I J ) J> J FLO-WERS WI - THEA, BUT NEXT SPRING Will 0 - PEN A - GAIN . 1! 19 r4J • ~A ~ !!E ~E M~~G ~AN ! ~ Yl YANG 01 KAt .

E M G EM EM G EM At4 t :b j) )> )> J b r JS ¥ t4 PRET-TY liT-TLE BIRD FLYS FAR FAR A - WAY. I ,j, .~ 11' ~ ,.Q.. , -b ~~ • MEl ll SHIAU NIAU FEI CHIU wu YING TZONG.

* G EM ~ EM "' ~ A ). i ~ ~ ). ~ , A I :J J~ SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH Will NOT RE - TURN. ~ ~ ! * ,J , /~ - i- ~ - i!) ~ . wo DE C NG CHUEN SHIAU NIAU Yl CHIU BU HUE I LA I. EM G 't1 EM 't1 EM ~ 4P: A ). j j }. l I J J J SWEET BIRO '·OF' YOUTH WILL NOT RE - TURN. itO ~ t ~ ,J I .~ -t f fiJ 'wo DE CHING CHUEN SHIAU NIAU Yl CHIU BU lliEI LA*-· I.

35 EM EM 8 ~ l A J5 Jj J~ .. £-; I J;. I ;r, J J &IE 0£ LA YO YO! BIE DE LA YO YO! ~·J 1~ ~ ~ .' ~~ i'J ~~ Pi~ o~g! liE DE LA ·~~YO Y01 BIE DE LA YO YO! EM 8 EM A,. EM f }. 1 1> Jj J> J) l> J) I J J J II SWEET BIRO OF YOUTH WILL NOT RE - TURN. J\ fj t. ,t. .J. ,, - -t ~' I!] ~. wo OE C NG CHUEN SHIAU NIAU Yl CHIU au HUE I LAI.

36 HODERM THEtJJ WEST"" WIND ~ SPEAKS n SLOWLY D7 G EN <2 I J J if~;' J m!1 r I LAST YEAR I CAME BACK, THEil YOU WORE NEW CLOTHES. t t J(; ® t , 1~ 1M M~ ? fir ~ ~ , CHIU NIAN WO HUEI CHIU, Ill HEN GANG CHUAH SHIN MIAH PAU. D D7 G (J I J J ') ) J1 J Ir · EI THIS YEAR I COME TO SEE YOU, AND YOU'RE SO MUCH TAL-LER NOW. ~+ ~ t. t 1-1, ,, 1~ 1r1 ( ~· " ~ tfl ' JIM NIAN WO LAI KAII Ill HEN, Ill HEN BlAH PANG YEOU 81AN GAU.

G C E.H A C G 8H ~ if r r Qijl ~ :J I r r ~ J s S I J. E I DO YOU RE - HEM - BER, LO-TUS FLO-WERS TURN TO SEEDS? 1!¥. 1M tJ :~ 1f 1 't l r;: 1t ~ ~ ll, Nl HEN KE Jl DE, CHYR Ll HE HUA BlAH LIAH PENG? D7 i• ~ . I@ W J J) J {)I r rI 3 J IF FLO-WERS FADE, DON'T WOR-RY, I WILL TURN THE LEAVES TO RED. ~ .,. ~' ~' '~ "' ~ , ~ ~ ~~ :t ~ ~ j!J: • HUA SHIAU 8U CHOU MEl YEAN SEH, WO 8A SHU YE DOU RAN HONG.

37 38 )r a ,~ Jtt-!k. SHINJIANG THE WAGONEER'S SONG MODERATELY FAST 011 * GJ1 DH ~b iJ J J J J J I j s;;?' ~,. -J J J DA BAN Cl - TY'S ROADS ARE HARD AND SMOOTH AH! ~ f.) 1> ~ it ~ ·J I BAN CHENGt" DE SHYR LU 'f'ING YEOU PING 'fA! DA" ' F GM k }J . Js:: J% ~i J::=::> J J-=-- J J oc:::= J> ME - LONS ARE BIG AND SWEET. )(,_ 111 ~ }\_ tt I SHI GUA OA YEOU TIAN.

F DM ~ it J t1 J ~1 DA BAN Cl - TY'S GIRLS HAVE LONG BLACK BRAIDS AH! ~ ~~ 11 ~ tp ~ ,, t ~ '1, NA Ll JU DE GU NIANG BlAH TZ CHANG YA! F OM F _J •I ~ ~ ~ J AND A PAIR OF PRET - EYES. ffl t arc. ~ t t, LIANG GE YEAN JING JEN PINJ LIANG.

DM F ~ @~ r r r=='r t ;;J r r r r E22f IF YOU WANT TO MAR - RY, DON'T_,, WED A - NY 0 - THER. q. t ~. 4c A.., Kt f1 A.... Nl '(NJ SHIANG JIA REN, 8U YAU' ""JIA GEl 81E RENt

39 c 0.. '"p rr~r J WANT YOU TO MR - AY HE! { t ~ ~I Yl DING YAU *Nl *JIA GEl WO ! , c ..~ r r d ~ J J ~j~ c: :3 I r r 3 IRING-lNG ALL YOUR HON - EY, AND YOUR LIT-TLE SIS-TER, f t 1 ~ i\· u ~' t t9 ~. 4, DAI JE BAI WAN CHI AN TSAI," LING JE *Nl DE HE I HE I, GH DH ~ Jj =1= jj t:J JJ£0 J GET ON THE WA - GDN, COME WITH HE. ~ 1 '? .\ *-· GAN JE NA HA •CHE LAI .

40