It used to be taken for granted that the name "Sansha Hall" was related to "He Sanjie of Guangdong Music". Until I saw a green tree in the courtyard, I knew that it was the fourth son of Ho Gaoyao, the owner of this hall. He Bozhong, a famous Cantonese musician, planted it. From this, the hall got its name. There are couplets "Luoshan Yuzhen, Zhushui Jinsheng" on the left and right of the gate, which are full of music. In addition, there is a couplet - "Sailong Song Wins the Championship, Xiaomeng Listens to Tiaoying", implying that his descendants He Liutang created the "Sailong Wins the Championship". There is also a sign "Liutang Music Club" in front of Sanji Hall, which originates from He Liutang, the author of "Yuda Banana". Looking at the pipa, Dongxiao and other musical instruments displayed in the room, it seems that time is going backwards, "He Sanjie" is inviting Cantonese opera fans, and melodious Cantonese music is floating out from here.
The place is very small and you can see it at a glance, but it's very chic and elegant inside. This is one of the old sites where Guangdong music originated. He Bozhong, He Sanjie, He Liu Tang, He Shaoxia, He He He He He He He He He He He He He He He He He He and Nian created numerous Cantonese music repertoires here. As a classic music in the Chinese area of the world, Shawan has become the hometown of Cantonese music.
It's also a very interesting place, but if you don't enter it, it's like checking tickets, so it's not very interesting. After all, although it is the representative of Lingnan Architecture, in fact, that's what it is. There is nothing new for Lingnan people. Generally speaking, it is closer to the most lively Plaza area.
Sansha Hall, the place is not very large, can be visited immediately, suitable for nearby residents to see, not worth a special trip to the distant.