The first album created by Satoshi Harada, Japanese Erhu player. This album includes Chinese traditional pieces, Western classic music and his original works. Erhu is one of the Chinese traditional music instruments, whose tone is thought to be closest to women's singing voice. Erhu is also called as Eastern violin and its beautiful sound is widely accepted in Japan too. Satoshi's Erhu has both Chinese traditional tone and Japanese delicate sound, appreciated by professionals and a large audience. For this album, Satoshi arranged the music, created accompanied sound sources and finished mixing and mastering all by himself, aiming for the perfectness only achieved by an Erhu player. This album also tried many performances which are not common to traditional Erhu music albums, including collaboration with Japanese instruments in traditional music, a trio without accompaniment, arrangement considering Japanese listeners' preference, technical works performed by deep sound Erhu etc. Not only Erhu but also Erquan-Erhu and Zhonghu were played a lot in this album, which made it more colorful. Satoshi has a career of Chinese interpreter and engaged in work related deeply to China for many years so that this album enables us to enjoy performances by a Japanese player who is familiar with the Chinese spiritual world.