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Yu Fu and Zepan Yin #1:
(Qu Yuan) wanders along the bank of the (Canglang) river (line 2)
(00.00 to 00.42 in the recording)

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The preface to Zepan Yin in Shen Qi Mi Pu (1425 CE) begins as follows,

The Emaciated Immortal says this piece is said to have been composed by Xuejiang (Xu Tianmin, a 13th century qin master). It depicts Qu Yuan's upright service to his lord, being out-of-step with his (evil) times and thus sent into exile, then wandering along the banks of a river, having the heart of a man loyal to his lord and loving his country, resulting in his appearance seeming withered and melancholy.... View Illustration 2 (at 00.42 of the recording)

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