Beautiful, haunting music – not to be missed …

Music by, of, and for the heart. Acoustic guitar ballads, rock guitar, piano, ethnic music ... best of the best !

Including our brothers and sisters in Taiwan.

【瞬間 MOMENTS】Official MV G.E.M. 鄧紫棋 ...

A song of love and life; simply beautiful

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A Diao 《阿刁》 - Angela Chang 张韶涵; from "I am a Singer", 2018 ...

Touches our innermost feelings; awesome

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默 那英歌曲 吉他弹唱 ...

Ongmanibamai - Dai Qing Tana and the HAYA band (ethnic Mongolian)

There are really no words; nirvana

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YoYo (PinXi Liu) rock guitarist ...

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"Little Wings" - YoYo with Li-Sa-X from Japan ...

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"Mr. Q" – pure perfection – don’t miss it ! …

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【郝浩涵梦工厂】吉他弹唱 Riptide 小文 ...

This girl is just sublime; timing and nuance are perfection

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Bonus song - 《有點甜》 cover by 林逸欣 Shara Lin & Sam Lin

Shara and Sam are a dream meld of talent and generous heart

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Bonus song - Havana cover by 林逸欣 Shara Lin ...

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Title song of the 2015 movie Wolf Totem 汪峰 沧浪之歌(《狼图腾》主题曲)

Sung by Wang Feng ...

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'Your Collar' / Ha Hui - Han dynasty music ...

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P.S. 'Voice of China' - shooting yourself is not a good idea ... miss you (a little bit), but then again, life's too short for idiocy ... bye-bye : ) lol .....

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