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Playlist of Guo Wenjing

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  • Wu Wei/Sheng || Guo wenjing: sound from tibet - for sheng and 6 wind instruments

    15:52

    Guo wenjing: sound from Tibet - for sheng and 6 wind instruments(2001))
    Sheng soloist: WU Wei
    Nieuw Ensmeble,Holland
    Conductor: Wouter Padberg

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  • SYF2013 CO ACJC 阿佤山-英华初级学院之选曲 A Va Mountain - Anglo-Chinese Junior Colleges Choice Piece

    7:38

    英华初级学院(CO14)     Anglo-Chinese Junior College (CO14)  
    自选曲:阿佤山         Choice Piece: A Va Mountain
    作曲:郭文景 Composer: Guo Wenjing
    指挥: Conductor:
    英华初级学院华乐组于29/4/13在新加坡青年节上呈献之自选曲:
    华乐(初级学院/中央书院组)
    Choice Piece presented by Anglo-Chinese Junior College Chinese Orchestra Group on 29 Apr 2013 at the Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentations for Chinese Orchestras 2013:
    Chinese Orchestra Category (Junior College/Centralised Institute Level).

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  • Zhang Ying - Clown张盈-小丑-From Album‘SONDIA’2014

    6:46

    Clown-Official MV For The New Studio Album Sondia by China Jazz Diva And Composer ZhangYing.爵士女神張盈2014同名原創爵士大碟Sondia高清MV《小丑》。
    Zhang Ying(Sondia):
    Famous Jazz Singer-songwriter in China ;Composer ;Lecturer of Communication University of China;Master Degree of Central Conservatory of Music ;
    Celebrity Endorser of Ultra-slim USB keyboard,CME Xkey.

    who is better known by her English name, Sondia, was honored as ‘Jazz goddess’and‘Talented Jazz Beauty’in China because of her versatility in music. She is known for her composing, singing and playing various instruments in her live shows. She graduated from Central Conservatory of Music, which is the top conservatory in China, and studied with the famous composer Guo wenjing. Now Sondia is teaching in the department of music, Communication University of China.
    With her solid classical music training background, Sondia creates a music style, which combining different music elements, such as classical and contemporary music, jazz and Latin. Her enchanting voice, emotional performance and improvisational skill also captivate the audiences.
    Sondia released her original Chinese jazz album Sondia,2014.
    As the first Chinese original jazz album in China, Sondia is the milestone in the history of China’s jazz scene. A number of established Chinese musicians and producers, like Chinese godfather of rock music Cui Jian, and veteran singer-songwriter Xiao Ke have given high praises to the album. The album also receives wide attentions from the media while enjoying a large popularity among fans.
    Zhang Ying has won the 15th Chinese Music Media Awards,the best JAZZ-BLUES artist prize and the 1st JZ Awards,best swing album prize For her Album Sondia.

    Official website

    Facebook:zhangying.sondia

  • 第四十三屆香港藝術節節目 - 樂旅中國IX A programme of the 43rd Hong Kong Arts Festival - Music about China IX

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    在「樂旅中國IX」中,樂團將為觀眾送上獲「我的『樂旅中國』最愛作品」最高票數作品-劉星的《第二中阮協奏曲》,去年一鳴驚人的中阮新星陳素敏將以更成熟的技藝再度演繹其恩師的扛鼎之作。為配合音樂會設計,樂團更特別揀選了由業界、傳媒及樂迷選出的最愛作品,包括朱踐耳的《悲調》、王寧的《慶節令》、程大兆的《雲岡印象》、郭文景的《滇西土風三首》第三樂章〈祭祀—火把—烈酒〉及麥偉鑄的《青天心碑》。麥偉鑄將再次以結他演繹自創的作品,將音樂昇華至更高層次。八年的樂旅總結,讓我們一同回顧曾經走過的音樂足跡吧!

    The HKCO hallmark programme at the Hong Kong Arts Festival for the last eight years, Music About China, has won the heart of many. Last season, the HKCO organized a popularity poll by asking music fans, the media and colleagues in the field to pick their favourite from the works featured in the series since its launch. A list of the Top Ten scores has come out, and six of them will be performed at Music About China 2015. Star ascendant of the zhongruan , Clara Tan, who made an impressive debut last year, will make a resounding comeback with Zhongruan Concerto No. 2, an epoch-making piece by her mentor, Liu Xing. Hong Kong composer Clarence Mak will reprise his originally conceived work, Blue Sky The Heart on the guitar with the orchestra. Other Music About China favourites on the programme are: Wang Ning’s Festivities, Zhu Jianer’s A Sorrowful Tune, Cheng Dazhao’s Impressions of Yungang Grottoes and the third movement from Three Melodies of West Yunnan by Guo Wenjing – Sacrifice, Torches and Potent Liquors. A concert of favourites from eight years of putting Chinese music on the edge promises to be as riveting as it is visionary – why not revisit with us?

    28/2/2015
    晚上 8:00pm
    香港大會堂音樂廳
    Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall
    $100, $150, $250, $380

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  • Guo Wenjing

    15:12

    Performed by the Beijing Symphony Orchestra (北京交响乐团) and conducted by Tan Lihua.
    Guo Wenjing (郭文景, born 1 February 1956 in Chongqing) is a Chinese composer and educator.
    Guo Wenjing is a contemporary Chinese composer. Unlike many Chinese composers who have studied and lived in other countries, he has only studied in Beijing. He has lived and worked in his home country for nearly his entire life with the exception of a short period of time living in New York. However, over the years he has had many works commissioned around the world. He and his music have appeared at the Beijing Music Festival, Edinburgh Festival, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Holland Music Festival, New York Lincoln Center Festival, Paris Autumn Festival, Perth International Arts Festival, Almeida Theatre (London), Frankfurt Opera (Germany), Konzerthaus Berlin (Germany), Kennedy Center (Washington), as well as Turin, Warsaw, etc. In addition, he is contracted by CASA RICORDI-BMG and the first composer to be contracted by People’s Music Publishing House.
    The ’Lotus’ (Linhua) Overture by Guo Wenjing is a work written specifically as a message of good will from China to London in honour of the 2012 Olympic Games. The lotus, said to be ‘born in mud, but not stained; washed by clear ripples, but not capricious’ as stated in Zhou Dunyi’s On the Love of the Lotus, is representative of purity, renewal and auspiciousness, which is why composer Wenjing chose to give the piece its name. The work begins with a single violin with a striking chord, before others echo and a picture begins to emerge as music comes to life. The piece then unfolds like a flower, melodic motifs with a menacing sweetness passing among the wind section, translucent harmonics from the strings shimmering over the rest of the orchestra as the sound broadens and richens before returning for the rebirth of the original motifs. Conductor Tan Lihua interpreted the piece with spirituality and poise, allowing the music to sweep unaffectedly but with precision and control, and the musicians played with a sense of unity that made it difficult to believe the orchestra was in fact comprised of two.
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  • 郭文景Guo Wenjing:遠遊Journey, II

    6:03

    Performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Edo de Waart, with the soprano 張嘉林

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  • Parade

    7:06

    Oberlin Percussion Group performs Parade (Xuan) by Guo Wenjing on April 24, 2007

    David Vohden, John Langford, Jennifer Torrence

    Part 1 of 2

  • Guo Wenjing: Parade | FRAMES Persussion

    16:51

    Guo Wenjing pertenece a la primera generación de compositores chinos que pudo formarse tras la reapertura del Conservatorio de Pekín, en 1978. Con un catálogo que combina piezas para instrumentos occidentales y para instrumentos chinos, Wenjing concibió Parade (2004) para seis gongs tradicionales, de los que consigue extraer una amplia paleta tímbrica.

    Guo Wenjing (1956): Parade
    FRAMES Percussion: Miquel Vich Vila, Rubén Martínez Orio y Pere Cornudella Heras, percusión

    Serie Jóvenes intérpretes


    13 de octubre de 2019
    Fundación Juan March, Madrid

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  • GUO Wenjing

    30:37

    GUO Wenjing (b. 1956) (China)
    Symphony in B minor Hero (2006)
    Dir : ?

    1- The Spreading Flames (18.28)
    2- The Motherland (12.07)

    LIST OF UPLOADS OF COLLECTIONCB, COLLECTIONCB2, COLLECTIONCB3, COLLECTIONCB4
    and
    IDEAL DISCOTHEQUE OF MORE THAN 1,600 ORCHESTRAL WORKS OF FEELINGS :

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  • Chinese Classical Music: Interview Guo Wenjing

    5:41

    WATCH COMPLETE DOCUMENTARY ONLINE:

    Story

    This scene from the documentary Broken Silence presents Qu Xiao Song, the celebrated Chinese composer of contemporary classical music.

    'Broken Silence' is a documentary by director Eline Flipse. The documentary is a visually arresting exploration of the fate of music after China's Cultural Revolution and won many international awards, including the prestigious Grand Prix of Visions du Real in Nyon, Switzerland.

    It focuses on five prominent Chinese composers - Qi Gang Chen, Tan Dun, Wenjing Guo, Qu Xiao-Song, Mo Wuping - who only came into contact with Western classical music, which was labelled anti-revolutionary, in the late seventies.

  • 郭文景: 御風萬里 Guo Wenjing - Riding on the Wind 1/2

    7:19

    彭家鵬指揮維也納民族歌劇院交響樂團
    2003/1/14 維也納金色大廳演出
    Peng Jiapeng conducts Symphonieorchester der Wiener Volksoper
    2003/1/14 Live at Wien Musikvereins

  • Parade

    8:52

    Oberlin Percussion Group performs Parade (Xuan) by Guo Wenjing on April 24, 2007

    David Vohden, John Langford, Jennifer Torrence

    Part 2 of 2

  • Guo Wenjing - Drama - Slagwerk Den Haag

    7:45

    Guo Wenjing - Drama (two parts) - Slagwerk Den Haag.
    6 May 2012, Day of Percussion at the Hague Royal Conservatoire, Netherlands.

  • Guo Wenjing: Homeland

    18:48

    Sichuan Symphony Orchestra
    Darrell Ang

  • Guo Wenjing: Bamboo Flute Concerto no. 2 Wildfire

    25:31

    Tang Junqiao, bamboo flute
    Sichuan Symphony Orchestra
    Darrell Ang

  • IU Percussion Ensemble - Parade by Guo Wenjing

    7:04

    Indiana University Percussion Ensemble
    Parade by Guo Wenjing
    Directed by John Tafoya & Kevin Bobo
    Performers: James Cromer, Sean M. Gill, Carlos Pacheco-Perez
    Auer Hall, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music

  • Parade by Guo Wenjing

    6:51

    Identity Cubed Percussion trio performs Parade Part 1 by Guo Wenjing

    Andre Dowell, Xavier Verna, Brian Young

    Part 1 of 2

  • Guo Wenjing: Violin Concerto

    16:30

    Zhang Jia, violin
    Sichuan Symphony Orchestra
    Darrell Ang

  • Concerto for harp, lyrical soprano and chamber orchestra - Guo Wenjing

    10:00

    Compilation of a live performance by Astrid Haring - harp, Caroline Cartens - soprano and an ad-hoc chamber orchestra conducted by Joost Geevers on occasion of the final masters-exam of Astrid Haring. The Chinese composer Guo Wenjing used a poem by the poet Haizi for the lyrics in this piece. Haizi wrote this poem only one hour before he commited suicide.

  • 郭文景: 御風萬里 Guo Wenjing - Riding on the Wind 2/2

    3:15

    彭家鵬指揮維也納民族歌劇院交響樂團
    2003/1/14 維也納金色大廳演出
    Peng Jiapeng conducts Symphonieorchester der Wiener Volksoper
    2003/1/14 Live at Wien Musikvereins

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  • Drama - Guo Wenjing

    27:59

    Trio Op. 23 (1996) - for three pairs of cymbals and players' voices


    performed by Antoine Siguré, Jelle van Dooren and Ruben Oluwnia at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel on the 17th of december 2012


    Live video recording by Euroclassical

  • Guo Wenjing , 2010

    4:43

    UMS (Ulrike Mayer-Spohn) & JIP (Javier Hagen)

    unternehmen mitte Basel, 12.09.2018

  • Slagwerk Den Haag - Parade excerpt

    4:11

    'Parade' by Guo Wenjing. (original: 15'42)

    Directed and edited by Jellie Dekker and Mark Timmer.
    Percussion: Marcel Andriessen, Martin Ansink, Fedor Teunisse
    Excerpt of the Slagwerk Den Haag dvd 'Parade' (2009) which is available through

  • Guo Wenjing: Concertino, for cello and ensemble

    12:35

    Guo Wenjing Concertino, for Cello and Ensemble (1997)
    Anssi Karttunen, cello
    Het Nieuw Ensemble
    Bas Wiegers

    Watercolors, Collages and Prints by Hanno Karttunen


  • Guo Wenjing :: Dram

    4:59

    III ST. PETERSBURG INTERNATIONAL NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL


    Guo WENJING (*1956)
    Dram (Russian premiere 1995), for three percussionists


    ENSEMBLE BATIDA (Switzerland)
    Anne Briset, percussion
    Alexandra Bellon, percussion
    Jeanne Larrouturou, percussion

    Saturday, May 23nd 2015
    Concert Hall Jaani Kirik

    III САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГСКИЙ МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЙ ФЕСТИВАЛЬ НОВОЙ МУЗЫКИ


    Гуо ВЕНДЖИНГ (*1956)
    Drama (РП 1995), для трех ударников


    АНСАМБЛЬ BATIDA (Швейцария)
    Анн Бризе, ударные, объекты
    Александра Беллон, ударные, объекты
    Жанн Ларутюру, ударные, объекты

    Суббота, 23 мая 2015 г.
    Концертный зал «Яани Кирик»


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  • Percussion Group Cincinnati - Drama mvt 1 by Guo Wenjing

    6:19

    Percussion Group Cincinnati at CCM 10-30-2009...Allen Otte, James Culley, Rusty Burge...video by Aaron Jester

  • Percussion Group Cincinnati - Drama mvt 6 by Guo Wenjing

    4:24

    Percussion Group Cincinnati at CCM 10-30-2009...Allen Otte, James Culley, Rusty Burge...video by Aaron Jester

  • Guo Wenjing: Sounds of Tibet

    14:24

    Wang Lei, sheng
    Members of the Sichuan Symphony Orchestra
    Darrell Ang

  • 樂旅中國III 作品 - 《愁空山》Chou-Kong-Shan

    23:36

    作曲:郭文景 Composer: Guo Wenjing

    《愁空山》作於1992年10月,是我的第一部為民族樂器而作的協奏曲。「山」是我音樂創作的一個貫穿性主題,這可能與我出生在中國西南的山城重慶有關。此曲的標題,出自唐代詩人李白的長詩《蜀道難》。李白在這首詩中,描繪了四川大山的歷史傳奇和千屻峭壁與萬丈飛瀑的神奇景象。

    第一樂章 廣板
    我用了李白《蜀道難》中「又聞子規啼夜月,愁空山」這兩行詩句來概括本樂章的形象和內容。開始處的「歎息動機」和排蕭(pan-pipe)的音色精確地表現出了這種淒涼、迷朦的情緒。獨奏笛子一進入,就用「迴圈換氣」的技巧吹出了一個「不可能的」長音,聽眾可以因此感受到綿延無盡的群山。

    第二樂章 快板
    這個樂章音樂風格帶有中國西南地區少數民族的色彩。竹笛「雙吐迴圈換氣」的快速音流,描繪出層嶺疊翠的山野在陽光下的斑斕色彩。

    第三樂章 行板
    我用李白的長詩《蜀道難》中「一夫當關,萬夫莫開。朝避猛虎,夕避長蛇。磨牙吮血,殺人如麻。」這幾行詩來概括和描述這個樂章。濃重的鼓聲和音色醇厚的獨奏低音大笛描繪出了這種悲劇氣氛。我認為自己在這部作品中的主要貢獻,在於改變了傳統中國笛子清朗明麗和高亢歡快的性格形象,成功地賦予它未曾有過的悲劇性格和戲劇性的力量。

    — 郭文景

    Written in October 1992, this work is my first concerto for Chinese ethnic instruments. The 'mountain' has been a recurrent theme in the music I wrote, and this probably has much to do with the fact that I was born in Chongqing, a city built on the mountains in the southwest of China. The Chinese title of this work is taken from Hard Are the Ways of Sichuan, a long poem by the Tang dynasty poet Li Bai, in which he writes about the historical myths associated with the mountains of the province, and paints vivid verbal pictures of the steep cliffs and gorges, and the rapturous downpour of waterfalls.

    First Movement Lento
    The images and contents of this movement may be summarized by these two verses from Hard Are the Ways of Sichuan, Once again I hear the cuckoo crowing in the moonlight, lamenting the sorrowful, desolate mountains. The sighing motif and the paixiao (pan-pipe) which appear at the beginning convey precisely, through their tone colours, the sad, solitary and misty sentiments that the work seeks to depict. Then the solo dizi enters and, by dint of the technique of cyclical breathing, an 'impossibly long' note is sounded, with which the audience is transported to a scene of endless, rolling ranges.

    Second Movement Allegro
    This movement is imbued with the exotic colours of the minority tribes who live in the southwest of China. The zhudi (Chinese bamboo flute), played with the technique of cyclical breathing with double thrusts, produces an unbroken stream of dynamic music that conjures up a panorama of splendorous fields under the sun.

    Third Movement Andante-Allegro
    Once again the idea is borrowed from the long poem Hard Are the Ways of Sichuan: With one soldier standing guard in front of the pass, not ten thousand can assail this citadel. In the morning the traveller has to avoid the fierce tigers, and at night the long pythons. These creatures have sharpened their teeth and sucked human blood, countless are the people who have succumbed to their fangs. These lines make up the gist of the movement. The tragic overtone is brought out through intense and heavy drum beats and the mellow sounds of the solo bass dadi. I believe that my contribution to Chinese ethnic music through this work is in changing the preconception that the Chinese dizi is inevitably an instrument depicting robust joy, being penetratingly bright, lighthearted, and played in the upper register. With this work the dizi is, for the first time, successfully vested with a tragicality and intense dramatic power it has never had before.

    - Guo Wenjing

  • Guo Wenjing Drama

    5:01

    Spazio Icarus
    Estratto dal concerto realizzato in data 14/10/2018 in occasione dell'inaugurazione della mostra Field dell'artista Phoebe Unwin dalla Collezione Maramotti presso lo Spazio Icarus

  • UMS n JIP ::::: Peach Blossom by Guo Wenjing

    4:23

    _GUO WENJING, *1956
    _Peach Blossom, 2010
    _for voice and recorder
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    _commissioned and performed by
    _UMS 'n JIP
    _Swiss Contemporary Music Duo
    _voice, recorder & electronics
    _Ulrike Mayer-Spohn
    _Javier Hagen
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    _recording/editing: UMS 'n JIP, 2016
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    _UMS 'n JIP are Ulrike Mayer-Spohn and Javier Hagen. They are one of the most experienced and distinguished contemporary music laboratories of our times, working within a global network of high profile researchers, programmers, composers, ensembles, visual artists, authors, stage directors, thinkers, festivals and organizers.

    UMS 'n JIP explore new musical, scenic and installative settings for voice, recorders and electronics ranging from live to digital performance as well as European and non-European music. Collaboration providing common research, rehearsals and recordings with the individual composers over several years as well as an exceptionally high number of performances all around the world mean that the works commissioned by UMS 'n JIP are among the most often performed compositions by such composers. Although UMS ’n JIP do handle an impressive workload, their aim is not to premiere as much as possible but to perform new works as often as possible - since works basically grow by being performed.

    Since their studies - composition, audio design & musical performance - in the Netherlands, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, UMS and JIP have been invited to prestigious contemporary music and theatre festivals, among others to Avignon, Paris, Marseille, Zürich, Lausanne, Lucerne, Basel, Bern, Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, Ulan Bator, Seoul, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Adelaide, New York, Donaueschingen, Stuttgart, Karlsruhe, Berlin, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Riga, Barcelona, Valencia, Sevilla, Athens, Thessaloniki, Istanbul, Cairo, where they have premiered more than 200 works as soloists and as a duo, collaborating with both world famous and aspiring young composers such as Heiner Goebbels, Wolfgang Rihm, Mauricio Kagel, Aribert Reimann, Peter Eötvös, Luis Codera Puzo, Erik Ona, Vladimir Gorlinsky, Chikashi Miyama, Huang Ruo, Wen Deqing and Guo Wenjing.

    UMS 'n JIP are involved in more than 100 international events annually, including mobile chamber operas & multimedia performances. They can look back on more than 700 concerts and 150 commissioned works since 2007, being for years one of the most active contemporary music ensembles worldwide. They have received over 50 commissions and awards and have been invited to share their knowledge in more than 30 universities all over the world.

    UMS 'n JIP are also involved in the direction of the Swiss Contemporary Music Festival Forum Wallis, chaired by the International Society for Contemporary Music Wallis/Switzerland IGNM-VS. JIP is the current president of ISCM Switzerland as well as board member of the European Conference of Promoters of New Music ECPNM, Swiss Music Edition, Swissfestivals and of the UNESCO Commission for the Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Canton of Valais. Within these structures, UMS 'n JIP have initiated more than 200 additional projects and commissions. Since 2013 UMS 'n JIP have taken part in three international research projects: Recorder Map, Recorderology and FP7 i-Treasures.

  • New Music for Chinese Chamber Ensemble - Ep. 14: Quek Ling Kiong | Unboxing New Music for Boon Hua

    1:16:29

    UNBOXING NEW MUSIC WITH BOON HUA #unboxingnewmusic
    New series of conversations with some of the finest young composers and performers from Singapore and Asia to chat about their lives, inspiration, and their music.
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    Guest: Quek Ling Kiong, principal conductor of Ding Yi Music Company
    Works unboxed: Guo Wenjing's Petals to Heaven & Emily Koh's Resonate 勤

    Winner of the Singapore National Arts Council (NAC) Young Artist Award (2002), recipient of NAC Cultural Fellowship (2013) and Meritorious Awards by COMPASS Singapore (2016), Quek Ling Kiong assumed the role of Principal Guest Conductor of Ding Yi in 2016. Currently the Resident Conductor of Singapore Chinese Orchestra and the Music Director for Singapore National Youth Chinese Orchestra, Quek is also an active guest conductor
    internationally, especially in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

    Find out more about Quek Ling Kiong here:
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    Timestamps:
    0:00 - Welcome
    2:31 - More about Quek Ling Kiong and how he switched from percussion to conducting
    11:02 - Common instrumentations for the Chinese chamber ensemble and their functions
    22:12 - Short introduction to Guo Wenjing and his work, Petals to Heaven
    26:00 - Recording of Guo Wenjing's Petals to Heaven with score
    35:35 - Follow-up discussion about Guo Wenjing and his works
    40:03 - Audience Question: What are your thoughts about the blend of instruments from the East and West performing together?
    49:00 - Context of Emily Koh's Resonate 勤, which calls for a mix of Western woodwind quintet and a Chinese chamber ensemble
    52:17- Recording of Emily Koh's Resonate 勤 with score
    58:15 - More discussion about Emily's work
    1:03:34 - Discussion of performance practice for traditional ensembles
    1:11:30 - Upcoming projects of Quek Ling Kiong with Ding Yi Music Company and Singapore Chinese Orchestra
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    Links for music mentioned in the episode:
    Petals to Heaven by Guo Wenjing -
    Resonate 勤 by Emily Koh -

  • Shu Dao Nan

    22:02

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Shu Dao Nan · China NCPA Orchestra · China NCPA Chorus · CHEN Lin · WANG Chuanyue · Guo Wenjing · Li Bai · 王传越 · 陈琳 · 中国国家大剧院管弦乐团

    Echoes of Heaven and Earth

    ℗ Ncpa Classics

    Released on: 2017-05-24

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Suspended Coffins

    9:10

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Suspended Coffins (Chuan Ya Xuan Zang) · China Broadcast Art Troupe Symphony Orchestra

    Suicide By the Wujiang River: A Symphonic Collection (Wu Jiang Hen: Jiao Xiang Yue Zhuan Ji)

    ℗ 2007 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 1995-01-01

    Screenplay Author: Guo Wenjing

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Biennale Musica 2017 - Day #9

    2:54

    7 ottobre 2017 / October 7, 2017

    Marco Angius e Ivan Fedele presentano un CD con lavori di Franco Donatoni
    Il Takefu Ensemble esegue musiche di Toshio Hosokawa
    Leone d'Argento a Dai Fujukura (l'Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto esegue musiche di Malika Kishino, Guo Wenjing, Dai Fujikura)

    Marco Angius and Ivan Fedele present a CD with works by Franco Donatoni
    The Takefu Ensemble plays music by Toshio Hosokawa
    Silver Lion award to Dai Fujukura (the Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto plays music by Malika Kishino, Guo Wenjing, Dai Fujikura)

  • 50. Nachtgesang – MDR-Rundfunkchor mit Howard Arman

    1:8:53

    Der Nachtgesang des MDR-Rundfunkchores feierte ein rundes Jubiläum. Zum 50. Mal in 15 Jahren erklang wieder feinste A-cappella-Musik aus mehreren Epochen in der Leipziger Peterskirche. Dirigiert von Howard Arman, der die Konzertreihe einst entwickelt hat.

    Gustav Holst:
    The Evening-watch op. 43 Nr. 1

    Wenjing Guo:
    Echoes of Heaven and Earth op. 31

    Laurence Traiger:
    Endless Light für Chor a cappella

    Michael Ostrzyga:
    Saturn

    John Reager:
    Hubble (of the years of being lost)

    Howard Arman:
    Über Land und Meer

    Elliott Carter:
    To Music

  • Classical Music - The sound of New York

    4:11

    WATCH COMPLETE DOCUMENTARY ONLINE:


    Story

    This scene from the documentary Broken Silence presents Qu Xiao Song, the celebrated Chinese composer of contemporary classical music.

    'Broken Silence' is a documentary by director Eline Flipse. The documentary is a visually arresting exploration of the fate of music after China's Cultural Revolution and won many international awards, including the prestigious Grand Prix of Visions du Real in Nyon, Switzerland.

    It focuses on five prominent Chinese composers - Qi Gang Chen, Tan Dun, Wenjing Guo, Qu Xiao-Song, Mo Wuping - who only came into contact with Western classical music, which was labelled anti-revolutionary, in the late seventies.

  • UMS n JIP ::::: Hymnen by Max E. Keller

    14:57

    _MAX E: KELLER
    _Hymnen, 1979
    _
    _recording/editing:
    _Max E. Keller (tape), UMS `n JIP (voice, remix) 1979/2017
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP
    _Swiss Contemporary Music Duo
    _Ulrike Mayer-Spohn, recorder/electronics
    _Javier Hagen, tenor/countertenor/electronics
    _
    _
    _
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP
    ['umsnjip] is one of the most innovative and accomplished Swiss contemporary music ensembles. Founded in 2007 by Ulrike Mayer-Spohn [UMS] and Javier Hagen [JIP], it is, alongside Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Kronos Quartet and Ensemble Recherche, one of the most active contemporary music ensembles worldwide commissioning around 10-15 works and performing more than 100 international concerts annually, including mobile chamber operas & multimedia performances. UMS 'n JIP explore new musical and scenic settings for voice, recorders and electronics ranging from live to digital performance as well as European to non-European music. Since their studies (composing, audio design & musical performance) in Holland, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, UMS and JIP have been invited for guest lectures at the music universities of Paris, Moscow, Istanbul, Adelaide, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Riga, Rostov, Taganrog, Barcelona, Basel as well as to prestigious contemporary music and theatre festivals on 4 continents where they have premiered more than 200 works as soloists and as a duo, collaborating with both world famous and aspiring young composers such as Goebbels, Rihm, Kagel, Reimann, Eötvös, Huang Ruo and Guo Wenjing.

  • POET LI BAI world premiere, clip 3 — Central City Opera

    2:54

    Glimpses of Central City Opera's 2007 world premiere of POET LI BAI

    Composer: Guo Wenjing
    Librettists: Diana Liao and Xu Ying
    Conductor: Ed Spanjaard
    Director: Lin Zhaohua
    Set/Costume/Lighting: Yi Liming

    Li Bai: Hao Jiang Tian (bass)
    Moon: Ying Huang (soprano)
    Wine: Chi Liming (tenor)
    Poetry/Magistrate: Jiang Qihu (Peking Opera tenor)

    Chorus: University of Denver, Lamont School of Music
    Catherine Sailer: Chorus Master
    Soprano: Juli Bunyak
    Alto: Danielle Reutter-Harrah
    Tenor: David Heck
    Incidental solos:
    David Heck, Ace Edewards, Carlos Arellano, Derrick Johnson
    Juli Bunyak, Beryl Fanslow, Kellie Schumacher

    Pianist: Tony Cho
    2007 Central City Opera Festival Orchestra

    centralcityopera.org

  • UMS n JIP ::::: Hiss and Whistle by Panayiotis Kokoras

    9:05

    _PANAYIOTIS KOKORAS
    _Hiss and Whistle, 2013
    _for amplified voice, recorders and tape
    _
    _Basel (Switzerland)
    _08/2015
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP
    _Swiss Contemporary Music Duo
    _Ulrike Mayer-Spohn, recorder/electronics
    _Javier Hagen, tenor/countertenor/electronics
    _
    _recording/editing: Keitaro Takahashi/UMS 'n JIP
    _
    _
    _
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP
    ['umsnjip] is one of the most innovative and accomplished Swiss contemporary music ensembles. Founded in 2007 by Ulrike Mayer-Spohn [UMS] and Javier Hagen [JIP], it is, alongside Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Kronos Quartet and Ensemble Recherche, one of the most active contemporary music ensembles worldwide commissioning around 10-15 works and performing more than 100 international concerts annually, including mobile chamber operas & multimedia performances. UMS 'n JIP explore new musical and scenic settings for voice, recorders and electronics ranging from live to digital performance as well as European to non-European music. Since their studies (composing, audio design & musical performance) in Holland, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, UMS and JIP have been invited for guest lectures at the music universities of Paris, Moscow, Istanbul, Adelaide, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Riga, Rostov, Taganrog, Barcelona, Basel as well as to prestigious contemporary music and theatre festivals on 4 continents where they have premiered more than 200 works as soloists and as a duo, collaborating with both world famous and aspiring young composers such as Goebbels, Rihm, Kagel, Reimann, Eötvös, Huang Ruo and Guo Wenjing.

  • China Overture by Ye Guo-hui. 《中国序曲》叶国辉作曲

    3:23

    An Excerpt from China Overture for orchestra by Ye Guo-hui, Chinese Composer from Shanghai.

  • Drama XI OP23 Trio for Three pairs of Cymbals and the Voices of Players Part 2

    3:22

    Provided to YouTube by Eglence Fabrikasi

    Drama XI OP23 Trio for Three pairs of Cymbals and the Voices of Players Part 2 · Triatu Percussion Trio · Guo Wenjing

    Triatu

    ℗ 2011 PMP bvba

    Released on: 2011-02-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • POET LI BAI world premiere, clip 2 — Central City Opera

    2:34

    Glimpses of Central City Opera's 2007 world premiere of POET LI BAI

    Composer: Guo Wenjing
    Librettists: Diana Liao and Xu Ying
    Conductor: Ed Spanjaard
    Director: Lin Zhaohua
    Set/Costume/Lighting: Yi Liming

    Li Bai: Hao Jiang Tian (bass)
    Moon: Ying Huang (soprano)
    Wine: Chi Liming (tenor)
    Poetry/Magistrate: Jiang Qihu (Peking Opera tenor)

    Chorus: University of Denver, Lamont School of Music
    Catherine Sailer: Chorus Master
    Soprano: Juli Bunyak
    Alto: Danielle Reutter-Harrah
    Tenor: David Heck
    Incidental solos:
    David Heck, Ace Edewards, Carlos Arellano, Derrick Johnson
    Juli Bunyak, Beryl Fanslow, Kellie Schumacher

    Pianist: Tony Cho
    2007 Central City Opera Festival Orchestra

    centralcityopera.org

  • 《滇西土風》三首 @ 「名家·名曲」音樂會

    29:48

    Recorded at 29/08/2015 20:00-22:00
    Auditorium, Tsuen Wan Town Hall
    荃灣大會堂演奏廳

    指揮:胡栢端
    樂團:香港青少年國樂團


    conductor: Rupert Woo, pak tuen
    Orchestra: The Hong Kong Juvenile and Youth Classical Chinese Orchestra

    《滇西土風》三首 郭文景
    Three Melodies of West Yunnan Composer: Guo Wenjing

    這部作品的寫作時間跨度為十五年,第一、二樂章完成於1993年,94年3月由香港中­樂團首演。第三樂章完成於2008年底,今晚是世界首演。這部作品的最終完成,要感謝­香港中樂團總監閻惠昌先生的耐心、寬容與堅持。

    第一樂章 阿佤山
    樂曲以強烈尖銳的打擊樂器和彈撥樂指甲彈面板的特殊音響效果開始,渲染出原始的氣氛。­在廣板之後,轉入沉重蒼涼的慢板,古老沉鬱的旋律在弦樂和大笛間交替出現。其後是憂鬱­如歌的行板段落,樂曲在陳述與發展中一直保持著節奏的凝重質感,這一沉重的行進感從極­弱推進到極強,在高潮中結束這一樂章。

    佤族主要分佈在雲南省西盟、滄源、孟連三縣山區,地處於瀾滄江和薩爾溫江之間,山巒重­疊,平壩極少,被稱為阿佤山。佤族信仰一種萬物有靈的自然宗教,有殺雞、殺豬、剽牛祭­鬼的習俗,並把木鼓作靈物崇拜,故有「砍牛尾巴」和「拉木鼓」的原始宗教活動。

    第二樂章 基諾舞
    本樂章並非輕盈歡快的舞曲,而是質樸沉穩的小快板,顯示出山民獨特的氣質。中間部分是­較自由的山歌風樂段,由三支洞簫在三個不同的調性上演奏,之後又轉入小快板,並逐漸淡­淡消失。

    基諾族主要聚居在西雙版納傣族自治州景洪市基諾區,是當地古老的原居民,從事農業為主­,種茶歷史悠久,是馳名中外的普洱茶六大茶山之一。過去盛行祖先崇拜,信仰萬物有靈,­亦尊奉諸葛亮,宗教活動與人們的生產、生活密切相關。

    第三樂章 祭祀 — 火把 — 烈酒
    這一樂章並不單一描寫某個民族,而是描寫雲南各民族都有的生活場景。樂曲著力表達的是­那些與自然和諧相處並融為一體的人民所特有的豪放與粗獷的氣質。

    — 郭文景

    * 此曲由香港中樂團委約創作,第一及第二樂章於1994年3月25日在香港文化中心音樂­廳「雲南寄情」音樂會中作世界首演,指揮福村芳一;第三樂章於2009年2月20日在­香港大會堂音樂廳「樂旅中國3 — 郭文景的中樂世界」音樂會中作世界首演,指揮閻惠昌。

  • UMS n JIP ::::: Der Spanier by Beat Gysin

    12:48

    _BEAT GYSIN (*1968)
    _Der Spanier, 2007
    _for countertenor, recorders and tape
    _
    _live at Ackermannshof Basel (Switzerland)
    _01/2015
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP
    _Swiss Contemporary Music Duo
    _Ulrike Mayer-Spohn, recorder/electronics
    _Javier Hagen, tenor/countertenor/electronics
    _
    _editing: UMS 'n JIP
    _video by courtesy of Franz Bannwart
    _
    _
    _
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP ['umsnjip] is one of the most innovative and accomplished Swiss contemporary music ensembles. Founded in 2007 by Ulrike Mayer-Spohn [UMS] and Javier Hagen [JIP], it is, alongside Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Kronos Quartet and Ensemble Recherche, one of the most active contemporary music ensembles worldwide commissioning around 10-15 works and performing more than 100 international concerts annually, including mobile chamber operas & multimedia performances. UMS 'n JIP explore new musical and scenic settings for voice, recorders and electronics ranging from live to digital performance as well as European to non-European music. Since their studies (composing, audio design & musical performance) in Holland, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, UMS and JIP have been invited for guest lectures at the music universities of Paris, Moscow, Istanbul, Adelaide, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Riga, Rostov, Taganrog, Barcelona, Basel as well as to prestigious contemporary music and theatre festivals on 4 continents where they have premiered more than 200 works as soloists and as a duo, collaborating with both world famous and aspiring young composers such as Goebbels, Rihm, Kagel, Reimann, Eötvös, Huang Ruo and Guo Wenjing.

  • UMS n JIP ::::: THE TURKEY PROJECT ::::: Trailer

    6:07

    _THE TURKEY PROJECT (Trailer)
    _Contemporary Turkish Music
    _commissioned by UMS 'n JIP
    _
    _April / 2015
    _Ackermannshof Basel (Switzerland)
    _works by Mehmet Can Özer, Adam Roberts,
    _Reuben de Lautour, Murat Yakin,
    _Idil Atac, Mehmet Ali Uzunselvi
    _
    _extracts performed live by
    _UMS 'n JIP
    _Swiss Contemporary Music Duo
    _Ulrike Mayer-Spohn, recorder/electronics
    _Javier Hagen, tenor/countertenor/electronics
    _
    _editing: UMS 'n JIP
    _video by courtesy of Franz Bannwart, Basel
    _
    _
    _
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP ['umsnjip] is one of the most innovative and accomplished Swiss contemporary music ensembles. Founded in 2007 by Ulrike Mayer-Spohn [UMS] and Javier Hagen [JIP], it is, alongside Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Kronos Quartet and Ensemble Recherche, one of the most active contemporary music ensembles worldwide commissioning around 10-15 works and performing more than 100 international concerts annually, including mobile chamber operas & multimedia performances. UMS 'n JIP explore new musical and scenic settings for voice, recorders and electronics ranging from live to digital performance as well as European to non-European music. Since their studies (composing, audio design & musical performance) in Holland, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, UMS and JIP have been invited for guest lectures at the music universities of Paris, Moscow, Istanbul, Adelaide, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Riga, Rostov, Taganrog, Barcelona, Basel as well as to prestigious contemporary music and theatre festivals on 4 continents where they have premiered more than 200 works as soloists and as a duo, collaborating with both world famous and aspiring young composers such as Goebbels, Rihm, Kagel, Reimann, Eötvös, Huang Ruo and Guo Wenjing.

  • Guo Wenjing da Drama n 6

    4:51

    Icarus vs Muzak percussioni
    Gabriele Genta
    Francesco Pedrazzini
    Matteo Rovatti

  • UMS n JIP ::::: JvE-InD-RV by UMS

    6:04

    _UMS (*1980)
    _JvE-InD-RV, 2011
    _for voice and recorders
    _
    _Basel (Switzerland)
    _08/2015
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP
    _Swiss Contemporary Music Duo
    _voice, recorder & electronics
    _Ulrike Mayer-Spohn (UMS)
    _Javier Hagen (JIP)
    _
    _editing: Keitaro Takahashi/UMS 'n JIP
    _
    _
    _
    _Eichendorff / In Danzig (1842, st.1-3)

    Dunkle Giebel, hohe Fenster,
    Türme tief aus Nebeln sehn,
    Bleiche Statuen wie Gespenster
    Lautlos an den Türen stehn.

    Träumerisch der Mond drauf scheinet,
    Dem die Stadt gar wohl gefällt,
    Als läg' zauberhaft versteinet
    Drunten eine Märchenwelt.

    Ringsher durch das tiefe Lauschen,
    Über alle Häuser weit,
    Nur des Meeres fernes Rauschen -
    Wunderbare Einsamkeit!

    _UMS 'n JIP
    ['umsnjip] is one of the most innovative and accomplished Swiss contemporary music ensembles. Founded in 2007 by Ulrike Mayer-Spohn [UMS] and Javier Hagen [JIP], it is, alongside Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Kronos Quartet and Ensemble Recherche, one of the most active contemporary music ensembles worldwide commissioning around 10-15 works and performing more than 100 international concerts annually, including mobile chamber operas & multimedia performances. UMS 'n JIP explore new musical and scenic settings for voice, recorders and electronics ranging from live to digital performance as well as European to non-European music. Since their studies (composing, audio design & musical performance) in Holland, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, UMS and JIP have been invited for guest lectures at the music universities of Paris, Moscow, Istanbul, Adelaide, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Riga, Rostov, Taganrog, Barcelona, Basel as well as to prestigious contemporary music and theatre festivals on 4 continents where they have premiered more than 200 works as soloists and as a duo, collaborating with both world famous and aspiring young composers such as Goebbels, Rihm, Kagel, Reimann, Eötvös, Huang Ruo and Guo Wenjing.

  • UMS n JIP ::::: GENEALOGIAS ::::: Trailer

    3:00

    _UMS 'n JIP
    _Genealogias, 2016
    _commissioned by Centro de Experimentacion del Teatro Colon
    _Teatro Colon Buenos Aires
    _for Festival Nueva Opera de Buenos Aires
    _
    _with
    _Ulrike Mayer-Spohn (UMS)
    _Adriana Viñals (actress)
    _Javier Hagen (JIP)
    _Marcelo Delgado (stage director)
    _
    _recording/editing: UMS 'n JIP
    _Centro de las Artes UNSAM Buenos Aires (Argentina), 2016
    _
    _
    _
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP
    ['umsnjip] is one of the most innovative and accomplished Swiss contemporary music ensembles. Founded in 2007 by Ulrike Mayer-Spohn [UMS] and Javier Hagen [JIP], it is, alongside Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Kronos Quartet and Ensemble Recherche, one of the most active contemporary music ensembles worldwide commissioning around 10-15 works and performing more than 100 international concerts annually, including mobile chamber operas & multimedia performances. UMS 'n JIP explore new musical and scenic settings for voice, recorders and electronics ranging from live to digital performance as well as European to non-European music. Since their studies (composing, audio design & musical performance) in Holland, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, UMS and JIP have been invited for guest lectures at the music universities of Paris, Moscow, Istanbul, Adelaide, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Riga, Rostov, Taganrog, Barcelona, Basel as well as to prestigious contemporary music and theatre festivals on 4 continents where they have premiered more than 200 works as soloists and as a duo, collaborating with both world famous and aspiring young composers such as Goebbels, Rihm, Kagel, Reimann, Eötvös, Huang Ruo and Guo Wenjing.

  • UMS n JIP ::::: A

    7:50

    _Pierre-Henri Wicomb (*1976)
    _A(we)-struc(k)-ture 2011/13 (excerpt)
    _for voice, tenor recorder
    _and live electronics
    _
    _17 / May / 2013
    _Schloss Leuk (Switzerland)
    _
    _world premiere performed by
    _UMS 'n JIP
    _Swiss Contemporary Music Duo
    _Ulrike Mayer-Spohn, recorder/electronics
    _Javier Hagen, tenor/countertenor/electronics
    _
    _editing: UMS 'n JIP
    _video by courtesy of Contemporary Music Festival
    _Forum Wallis & Marie N. Guex
    _
    _
    _
    _
    _UMS 'n JIP ['umsnjip] is one of the most innovative and accomplished Swiss contemporary music ensembles. Founded in 2007 by Ulrike Mayer-Spohn [UMS] and Javier Hagen [JIP], it is, alongside Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Kronos Quartet and Ensemble Recherche, one of the most active contemporary music ensembles worldwide commissioning around 10-15 works and performing more than 100 international concerts annually, including mobile chamber operas & multimedia performances. UMS 'n JIP explore new musical and scenic settings for voice, recorders and electronics ranging from live to digital performance as well as European to non-European music. Since their studies (composing, audio design & musical performance) in Holland, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, UMS and JIP have been invited for guest lectures at the music universities of Paris, Moscow, Istanbul, Adelaide, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Riga, Rostov, Taganrog, Barcelona, Basel as well as to prestigious contemporary music and theatre festivals on 4 continents where they have premiered more than 200 works as soloists and as a duo, collaborating with both world famous and aspiring young composers such as Goebbels, Rihm, Kagel, Reimann, Eötvös, Stefan Pohlit, Huang Ruo and Guo Wenjing.

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