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Guo Song

Guo Song

Guo Song is a famous Chinese soprano folk singer. Born in Liaoning (a northeastern province in China), Guo Song was exposed to diverse folk music, particularly local Northeast Chinese folk music, since his childhood. His music talents landed him a job with the Songjiangruyi Song and Dance Ensemble as a solo singer in 1953. In 1956 he rose to fame with his newly arranged Northeast folk song, "Loss of My Finger Ring," which he sang at the 1st Chinese Music Week. A prolific songwriter, Guo Song has written over 50 popular songs, like "A New Street Vendor," "The Boat Song Of Wusuli River," "Visiting My Neighbors," and "Beautiful Landscapes Make Us Drunk." He toured many foreign countries.

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