This is a track I did in 1998, based on a traditional fiddle tune I heard at a folk music festival. The title refers to a common belief in many Asian traditions. More specifically, to the "Hungry Ghost Festival" in China, a form of ancestor worship, where food and drinks are set out to appease the ghosts. (Also cars and other items which are made of paper, and are burned after awhile, for use on the "other side". I saw this firsthand in Hong Kong years ago.)
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Hungry Ghost, copyright Daniel Rowe, all rights reserved (posted 17 Sep 2007, 10:51)
SEE ALSO : DANIEL ROWE; COUNTRY MUSIC; GALLOP MUSIC; THE CADENZA MIDI DIARY