||Dayan Ancient Music Association|
Naxi Music from Lijiang (1997)
Recording information: St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, London, England (10/11/1995).
Chinese Traditional and Contemporary Music (2000)
The pipa is a traditional Chinese lute, with a tone that falls somewhere between a European lute and an Indian sitar. Wu Man is one of China's most prominent pipa players. Conservatory trained and internationally renowned, she performs both traditional ...
New Colors from China (2004)
Arranger: Gu Guan Ren. Track Listing: Jasmin Flowers, for erhu & percussion; Birds Singing in the Tranquil Mountains; Moonlight, for erhu & percussion; Henan Ballad, for erhu & percussion; Spirit of My Erhu, for erhu & percussion, The; Power of ...
||Shanghai Film Symphony Orchestr|
An Dun (1991)
composition based on "The Origin of Disease" from "The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine"
Full performer name: Shanghai Film Symphony Orchestra.
Recording information: Shanghai.
Track Listing: Respect the Others' Love; No Name; High School Teacher; Run Boy, Run; Work; Love Song; Hip Hop Man; Opinion; Love I Gave You; This Boy; Word Lost?; Rock Baby; In Myself;
New Melody for the Herdsmen (2005)
chinese di solo music "new melody for the herdsman was composed in 1966 by jian guang-i. it has been popular all over china for decades since them, achieving fame for the composer.
||La Guitara: Gender Bending Strings (2005) |
This revelatory overview of a dazzling roster of women guitarists spans both time and genre, from the blues of Memphis Minnie's 1940s "Let's Go to Town" to the contemporary ex-subway performer Kaki King's percussive, innovative "Kewpie Station." Perennially rediscovered phenomenon ...
||Emotions For The Weishui River|
Intrumental Music From China (1994)
Track Listing: Weishui Qing; Long Chuan; Xiang shan shegu; Chun jiang hua yueye; Miao Shan Qing; Huanle de Lushengjie; Jin Feng Chui Lai De Shihou; Niao Tou Lin; Ma Che; Hao Hua Hong; Mu Piao Wu Qu;
||Hong Kong: Instrumental Music (1974) |
This is a re-release of an old Musical Atlas album mostly devoted to solo music, notably (though not solely) to stringed instruments: pipa lute, butterfly harp, and ch'in zither are all represented along with various wind instruments, all in particularly ...
China: The Art Of Qin (1990)
The Qin (pronounced "chin") is a seven-stringed table zither, quite possibly among the oldest Chinese musical instrument. It was cited in some poems more than 2,700 years ago. It went through different versions. The standardized 21st century version was created ...
Tides And Sand: The Art Of The Chinese Dulcimer (1996)
Solo performer: Sisi Chen (yangqin).
Liner Note Author: John Myers.
Recording information: Tribeca Performing Arts Center, N.Y.C., NY (03/1995).
Photographer: Tom Schierlitz.
||China: Time To Listen (1998) |
Includes booklet with extensive notes and interviews by Josef Bomback and Elyn Macinnis.
This three-CD set takes a broad look at the rich and varied musical traditions arising out of our planet's most populated nation. An encyclopedic 54-page full-color booklet supplies ...
||Songs Of The Land In China - L (1999) |
3-CD Box;80 Pg.Booklet Written In Chinese;Trad.Working Songs
||Zen Landscape (2000) |
eight Zen paintings by the legendary "Four Painter Monks" in the early Ching Dynasty are regenerated through music on this album; as those 4 painters brought artistic revolution by the unique style in their times, this music will refresh listeners ...
Liu Sola's unforgettable singing style, which can range from freeform vocalizing and animated nonsensical emoting that make Yoko Ono look reserved by comparison to simple folk-like melodies, is DEFINITELY an acquired taste. But her sophomore solo release is easily her ...
Favorite Huqin Pieces (2000)
Track Listing: Tunes of Shaanxi Opera; Mei Hu Medley; Ditty of Shandong Province; Beautiful Scenery of Shanxi Province; Beautiful Southern Scenery; Da Qi Ban; Pretty Girl; Flyingkites; Ditty of Henan Province; Crescent Mon Before Dawn; Happy Year; On the Grasslands;
||Air Mail Music: China (1998) |
This CD from the Air Mail Music collection offers us the music of two of China's major ethnic minorities, the Miao and the Dong, who are found in three provinces of southern China: Kweichow, Hunan, and Kwangsi. In fact, it ...
||Buddha's Tooth: Sarira (1999) |
Track Listing: Welcoming Buddha's Tooth-Sarira; Welcoming Buddha's Tooth-Sarira; Welcoming Buddha's Tooth-Sarira; Welcoming Buddha's Tooth-Sarira;
||Romantic Meditations (2000) |
Live Recording Track Listing: Porter's Song, The; Embroidered Purse, The; Saying Goodbye; You Are Not to Blame; Cherry Ripe; Busy Tenth Month; Flying Dragon, Dancing Phoenix; Moon Carries My Love to You, The; New Moon Over Jieu Tsou; Su Wu ...
||Orchidee (1995) |
Track Listing: Auf Brokat Blumen Sticken; Sehnsucht Nach Einem Alte; Wildganse Gehen Nieder Am; Abschied Am Yang-Guan; Lotosblume; Nachtregen; Heiterer Abend; Herbstwind; Dohle Spilet Am Wasser; Wildganse Gehen Nieder Am; Hohe Berge Fliessendes WA; Fischerlied Bei Sonnenunt; Einsame Orchidee;
Gugin: The Art Of Yao Gongbai (1999)
Track Listing: Guangling San; Jinkuang;
||Miniature Ensemble Of Jiangnam (1999) |
Recording information: Shanghai, China (02/24/1997).
||Sichuan Opera: The Legend of White Snake (1995) |
||Shawns From NE China Vol. 1 (1995) |