Analects 18.9

Original Text:

太师挚适齐亚饭干适楚三饭缭适蔡四饭缺适秦鼓方叔入于河播鼗武入于汉少师阳击磬襄入于海

Translation:

Other Translations:

Senior Music Master Zhi went to Qi; Conductor for the Second Course Gan went to Chu; Conductor for Third Course Liao went to Cai; Conductor for the Fourth Course Que went to Qin; the large drum player Fangshu went to live on the banks of the Yellow River; the hand-drum player Wu went to live on the banks of the Han River; and Junior Music Master Yang and stone-chime player Xiang went to live on the coast.

Confucius, & Slingerland, E. (2003). Analects: With selections from traditional commentaries. Hackett Publishing.

The Grand Music Master Zhi went to Qi; Gan, musician of the second meal, went to Chu; Liao, musician of the third meal, went to Cai; Que, musician of the fourth meal, went to Qin. The drummer Fang Shu went to the Yellow River region. The hand-drum player Wu went to the Han River region. The Lesser Music Master Yang and Xiang, who played the chiming stones, went to the coast.

Confucius, & Watson, B. (2007). The Analects of Confucius. Columbia University Press.

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