Guang Ling San (广陵散) - Guangling Melody, lyre music (古琴曲), Emerged, at least, in the Han Dynasty before 220.
Year: 219 (汉代)
Title: Guang Ling San (广陵散) - Guangling Melody
Performer: Xi Kang (嵇康)
Genre: Lyre music (古琴曲)
Listed as one of ten best ancient Chinese music pieces, "Guangling Melody"
was a piece of lyre music originated from the Han Dynasty.
The content of "Guangling Melody" came from the lyre melody
"Nie Zheng Assassinating King of Han", which mainly described a solemn
story that Nie Zheng, son of a swordsmith in the Warring States Period,
committed suicide after stabbing the king of Han in order to avenge his father.
The main body of this music focuses on the change of Nie Zheng's emotion from
hate to indignation, which profoundly portrays his unyielding willpower to
avenge regardless of violence.