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“The Dance of the Drums” features two stunning tracks by Tan Tun. Tan Tun, the Academy and Grammy Award winner of “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” fame, produces two piece of thrilling modern Chinese music in “The Stone Slab Waist Drums” and "The Timely Rain Fall from the High Heaven". The two pieces come from his 'North West Suite'. Other tracks from the albums are traditional Chinese melodies that re well known through the decades.
All tracks are upsampled to 24Bit 96kHz by top high end Weiss Saracon software. Try to listen to 24Bit 96kHz Chinese drummings, you'll be thrilled.
The nature's tone poem: Chinese traditional music in New age form. Feel the thousand spring, the birds' song, the noise of the rain, the running water that leaves the perfect music movement… The relaxing music helps releasing your pressure. The lake water, green hill, blue water, forest, lake...all orchestrats a harmonious nature tone poem. Good for Yoga and meditations.
An innovative project to integrate the appreciation of music, Chinese poetry, Chinese painting and calligraphy within one self-contained package. It showcases 21 new choral settings of popular Tang poems by some of the most active composers in town.
The musicians taking part in the project are all active figures in local music circles. Commissioned composers include Mr Chen Ning-chi, Mr Hui Cheung-wai, Mr Lam Fung, Dr Tang Lok-yin, Dr Mui Kwong-chiu, Ms Lam Lan-chee, Ms Cheung Pui-shan, Mr Chan Ka-hei, Dr Phoebus Lee, composers associated with tertiary institutions including Professor Victor Chan of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Dr Joshua Chan of the University of Hong Kong, and Dr Austin Yip of the Hong Kong Baptist University, and composers from HKIEd, including Professor Richard Tsang, Dr Leung Chi-cheung, Dr Leung Chi-hin, Dr Donald Yu, Dr Lai Sheung-ping, Mr Leung Kit-chung, graduate of the Master of Arts in Music Education, and Mr Chu Siu-hin, Year 4 HKIEd student.
Renowned concert pianists including Ms Colleen Lee, Mr Shum Kin-wai and Dr Allison So of CCA at HKIEd have been engaged to provide piano accompaniment to the CD production and performances, and Dr Steve Ho of CCA (composer for the famous McDull movies) has contributed to a specially written Overture based on the Ode to Teachers theme song (composed by Mr Lau Chun-wah to commemorate the heroic deeds of teachers who died in the 1996 Pat Sin Range hill fire). The song also serves as the finale to the concert, in a rearrangement by Dr Leung Chi-hin involving over 600 choristers.
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Two of the Most Famous Chinese Concertos ever: “The Butterfly Lovers”(Violin Concerto), “The Yellow River”(Piano Concerto). Upsampled 24/96 (by Weiss Saracon) to choose from.
The Yellow River”(Piano Concerto)---track 1-4
The Philadelphia Orchestra‧Eugene Ormandy, Conductor
“The Butterfly Lovers”(Violin Concerto)---track 5
Takako Nishizaki, Violin‧
Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra‧Lim Kek-Tjiang, Conductor
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HK $ 100 for whole album!!
The album is produced, conducted by producer and engineer Aik Yew-goh, an extremely talented man spent years recording China's old master musicians, capturing their virtuoso talent with his scrupulously high quality recording techniques. The variety and range keeps this set a musical journey to be experienced.The music touches every conceivable emotion. Some of the instrumentalists on these tracks take your breath away with their technical proficiency and power. If you think you'd like to try some authentic Chinese music, this may be the only set you'll ever need.
"The General’s Command" is a very popular piece of Chinese traditional instrumental music. It's been used repeatedly in various Chinese Kung-fu movies' and TV series'soundtracks. In this album, "The General’s Command" comes with other popular ancient Chinese melodies, comprising a colorful collection.
"Night Thoughts" is an anthology of Chinese Classical Music, it's an impressive collection which contains the treasures of China's vast musical tradition recorded and documented to the highest standards. It appeals as much to the audiophiles as to the serious student of Chinese music.
The album is recorded and produced by producer and engineer Aik Yew-goh, an extremely talented man spent years recording China's old master musicians, capturing their virtuoso talent with his scrupulously high quality recording techniques.
China's classical music comes from an oral tradition, a tradition discouraged and very nearly wiped out in recent history. Mr. Aik searched the continent for musicians who were alive before the revolution and were still able to pass on their formidable knowledge.