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  • 《思乡曲》马思聪作曲 Nostalgia - Composed by Ma Sicong

    5:42

    The begiinning of this sentimental lyrical melody expresses contemplative mood and nostalgia for one's hometown. Three variations of the melody follow and the climax is reached in the third one. The tone of the middle section is lively as one is recalling a happy childhood. Exquisite feelings are conveyed by timbral variations in the recapitulation, and the melody of the coda expresses an eagerness of hope,contemplation, aspirations toward the future.

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  • Chinese Music - Violin - Song of Nostalgia 思乡曲《绥远组曲》之二

    6:07

    Performed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Recorded in 1955

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  • Violin《思乡曲》SiCong MA马思聪

    3:47

    Violin Viola and Clarinet

  • Angelo Xiang Yu - Nostalgia by Si-Cong Ma from Inner Mongolia Suite 马思聪 - 思乡曲

    5:59

    Angelo Xiang Yu, Violin
    Dina Vainshtein, Piano
    Jordan Hall, Boston, April 30th, 2014

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  • Switching The Son At Execution Site

    4:44

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Switching The Son At Execution Site · Ma Sicong · Various Artists · Li Shi

    Famous Arias from Beijing Opera Vol. 4

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2001-12-31

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  • Song of Nostalgia 思乡曲

    5:43

    Performed by Lu Siqing 吕思清 + Shanghai Symphony Orchestra 上海交响乐团

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  • Nostalgia - Jia-Yi He - harmonica 何家义 - 思乡曲 - 马思聪曲

    4:53

    Jia-Yi He plays Nostalgia by Ma Sicong on harmonica with Mallarme String Quartet (Violins: Hsiao-Mei Ku, Carol Chung, Viola: David Marschall, Cello: Leonid Zilper) at Durham Arts Council Theater, North Carolina on January 8, 2006. Video by Mr. Jose Orro.


    New York: 1 (718) 846-5889
    hejiayi@yahoo.com
    Jia-Yi He, a world-class harmonica virtuoso, has received numerous awards in international festivals and competitions in England, Germany, Israel, Japan and United States. He has served as a member of the judging committees in the Asia-Pacific Harmonica Competition in Taiwan, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Hangzhou. Mr. He has appeared as a soloist with the China National Symphony Orchestra, China National Ballet Symphonic Orchestra and the Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra. He has appeared at many television stations including ABC-news, NBC, News 12 Long Island, Queens Public Television and Sino Television in the United States. Mr. He has recorded harmonica music for a number of movies, radio stations and CDs. Mel Bay Publications, Inc published his book Recital Pieces for Chromatic Harmonica. He was invited to perform at the General Assembly Hall at the United Nations. The New York Mets have chosen him to perform a pre-game show at Shea Stadium. Recently, Mr. He gave a recital at Royal College of Music in London and performed with Cambridge University Chinese Orchestra Society in UK. He has a concerts tour in 6 cities in India, include performed with Calcutta Chamber Orchestra in harmonica concert in Calcutta. Currently, Mr. He is a harmonica teacher at the Turtle Bay Music School in New York City.
    Nostalgia - Jia-Yi He - harmonica - mouth organ - New York - 何家义 - 口琴 - 思乡曲 - 马思聪 - 弦乐四重奏

  • 馬思聰: 牧歌

    4:30

    馬思聰: 牧歌
    小提琴獨奏: 馬思聰
    鋼琴伴奏: 王慕理

    Digitized by Patrick Wong
    from LP: 馬思聰 – 小提琴獨奏集 [Regal – LRHX 944]

  • 53 Homesickness Tune 思乡曲

    5:22

    Sky’s violin CD-4 53 Homesickness Tune 思乡曲(中国名曲)
    一个无师自通的小提琴手. 希望得到大家的支持, 很想有一把演出级别的小提琴:A self - taught violinist. Hope to get everyone's support, would like to have a performance level violin:

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  • Ma Sicong - Symphony No. 2 馬思聰,第二交响曲

    31:46

    Symphony No. 2 (1958-59)

    I. Allegro agitato -
    II. Adagio maestoso -
    III. Allegro

    The second symphony of Chinese composer and violinist Ma Sicong (1912-1987), whose name is sometimes also rendered as Ma Sitzon. A native of Heifeng in Guangdong province, Ma became one of the first of his compatriots to become a professional violinist when he followed his older brother's example and traveled to France at the age of eleven to study music at the conservatories of Nancy and Paris. His skill as a violinist and composer of violin music became legendary and he was known in China as the King of the Violinists. After the People's Republic of China was established, Ma became the director of the China Central Conservatory of Music. In 1958, he served on the jury of the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (that was Van Cliburn's annus mirabilis). However, when the Cultural Revolution broke out in 1966, Ma and his colleagues at the conservatory fell into disfavour for teaching and playing Western-style classical music; they were all rounded up and sent to a reeducation camp, and their families were harassed by authorities. In 1967, Ma and his family managed to escape to Hong Kong, after which they settled in the United States permanently. Ma remained in exile for the rest of his life.

    Ma's Second Symphony was composed in 1958-59, and ostensibly, it takes as its subject the struggles of the Chinese Workers' and Peasants' Red Army. The composer claimed that there is a connection between his music and the poem Loushan Pass by Mao Zedong; however, the music can be also interpreted abstractly rather than programmatically. The vigorous first movement makes use of the Phrygian mode and it is in a fairly traditional sonata form. The second theme is derived from Tian Xin Shun, a folk song from north Shaanxi. After reaching a climactic moment of great intensity, the music transitions smoothly into the slow, sombre second movement, which bears some resemblance to a funeral march; it is an expression of mourning for fallen comrades-in-arms. However, the battle theme soon emerges again as the Army returns to the fray. The third and final movement is jubilant and lively, as the Army celebrates its victory. At one point the soldiers begin dancing the yangge, a popular rural folk-dance. In the end, a grand coda introduces a new heroic march theme that brings the work to a close.

    Conductor: Cao Peng
    Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra

  • 马思聪 - 《回旋曲》  Ma Sicong《Rondo》

    5:56

    Shlomo Mintz International Violin Competition 2017 Final
    2017/7/23 中国中央音楽院ホール 北京

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  • Ma Sicong Inner Mongolia Suite

    16:01

    La Suite de la Mongolie intérieure (Inner Mongolia Suite) op. 9, est une suite pour violon et piano de Ma Sicong (1912-1987).
    La Suite a été composée en 1937 après le retour de Ma d'un voyage dans la province de Suiyuan, et publiée sous le titre Suiyuan Suite; il a été renommé après que Suiyuan ait été incorporé en Mongolie intérieure en 1954. Ses trois mouvements, basés sur la musique traditionnelle de la région de Suiyuan, sont:

    1. Epic 00:00:00
    2. Nostalgia 00:06:49
    3. Dances Beyond the Frontier 00:11:39

    Le deuxième mouvement, Nostalgia est l'œuvre la plus célèbre de Ma. Il est encore souvent joué dans les concerts.

  • Ma Sicong: Shepherd Song - Lim Kek-Tjiang & Elsie Tjiok-Lim

    4:40

    Lim Kek-Tjiang, violin
    Elsie Tjiok-Lim, piano
    Rec. 1969

  • Ma Sicong

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    Violin

  • Song of Nostalgia

    6:08

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Song of Nostalgia · Zhao Songting · Various Artists · Ma Sicong

    Chinese Music Classics of the 20th Century: Violin

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2002-12-31

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  • Rondo No. 1

    5:40

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    Rondo No. 1 · Hsiao-mei Ku

    Music for Violin and Piano, Vol. 1

    ℗ 2007 Naxos

    Released on: 2007-07-31

    Artist: Hsiao-mei Ku
    Artist: Ning Lu
    Composer: Sicong Ma
    Engineer: Joel Gordon
    Producer: Katie Vincent

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  • Chinese Music - Violin - 山歌

    3:57

    Performed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Recorded in 1960

  • Yao Qi

    11:34

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Yao Qi · Ma Sicong · Various Artists · Li Shi

    Famous Arias from Beijing Opera Vol. 4

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2001-12-31

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  • Chinese Music - Violin - 第一回旋曲 Rondo No. 1

    4:49

    Composed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Performed by Zheng Shisheng 郑石生 (1936 -

  • Ma SiCong Pastoral

    4:05

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  • Gold Digger

    3:20

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    Gold Digger · Ma Sicong · Various Artists · Li Shi

    Famous Arias from Beijing Opera Vol. 4

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2001-12-31

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  • Spring Dance

    4:49

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    Spring Dance · Various · Ma Sicong

    Chinese Music Classics of the 20th Century Vol. 2: Butterfly Lovers

    ℗ 2006 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2003-01-01

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  • Wo Long Pays A Condolence Call

    12:27

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    Wo Long Pays A Condolence Call · Ma Sicong · Various Artists · Li Shi

    Famous Arias from Beijing Opera Vol. 4

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2001-12-31

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  • Li Kui Visits His Mother

    2:34

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    Li Kui Visits His Mother · Ma Sicong · Various Artists · Zhang Shan

    Famous Arias from Beijing Opera Vol. 4

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2001-12-31

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  • Chinese Music - Violin - 喇嘛寺院《西藏音诗》之二

    8:57

    Performed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Recorded in 1959

  • The Red Violin

    58:55

    This lecture/demonstration will examine the impact of the Cultural Revolution on music in China from a musical, political, anthropological, and cultural perspective. An exploration of the political climate and policies of the
    Communist party will be investigated in accordance to their impact on the musical transformation that occurred. Musical selections will bring to light the interdependence of music and politics, and the resulting impact this
    relationship had on compositional structure in Chinese music.

    As a recipient of the Edward H. Benenson Award, Eric Zhou has spent the last year in Beijing studying music under Professor Xiang Zepei, the former student of world-renowned violinist Ma Sicong. At Duke, Eric served as Concertmaster of the Duke Symphony Orchestra and studied violin with Professors Hsiao-mei Ku and Eric Pritchard of the Ciompi Quartet. He graduated with honors, obtaining a degree in Neuroscience along with minors in Music and Chemistry.

  • The Anecdotes of Tai Zhen

    12:04

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    The Anecdotes of Tai Zhen · Ma Sicong · Various Artists · Zhang Shan

    Famous Arias from Beijing Opera Vol. 4

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2001-12-31

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  • Chinese Music - Violin - 摇篮曲

    5:30

    Performed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Recorded in 1959

  • II. Lamasery

    9:11

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    II. Lamasery · Hsiao-mei Ku

    Music for Violin and Piano, Vol. 1

    ℗ 2007 Naxos

    Released on: 2007-07-31

    Artist: Hsiao-mei Ku
    Artist: Ning Lu
    Composer: Sicong Ma

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  • Chinese Music - Violin - 慢诉

    4:48

    Performed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Recorded in 1960

  • Chinese Music - Violin - 述异《西藏音诗》之一

    6:54

    Performed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Recorded in 1959

  • Chinese Music - Violin - 牧歌

    4:42

    Performed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Recorded in 1955

  • Spring Dance

    3:43

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    Spring Dance · Hsiao-mei Ku

    Ma, Sicong: Music for Violin and Piano, Vol. 2

    ℗ 2010 Naxos

    Released on: 2010-03-30

    Artist: Hsiao-mei Ku
    Artist: Ning Lu
    Composer: Sicong Ma
    Editor: David Corcoram
    Producer: Katie Vincent

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  • Chinese Music - Violin - 跳龙灯

    3:30

    Performed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Recorded in 1960

  • Northern Frontier Dance

    4:17

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    Northern Frontier Dance · Zhao Songting · Various Artists · Ma Sicong

    Chinese Music Classics of the 20th Century: Violin

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2002-12-31

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  • 无锡人民电台2规开盘母带马思聪小提琴 Sicong Ma Wuxi Radio Station 2-Track Reel to Reel Tape

    38:21

    无锡人民电台2规开盘母带马思聪小提琴 Sicong Ma Wuxi Radio Station 2-Track Reel to Reel Tape

  • Eclogue

    2:48

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    Eclogue (Mu Ge) · Various

    Famous Chinese Singers of the 1980’s and 1990’s: Vol. 1 (Zhong Hua Ge Tan Ming Ren: Ba Jiu Shi Nian Dai Ge Tan Ming Ren Yi)

    ℗ 2007 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 1999-01-01

    Screenplay Author: Ma Sicong

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  • ラヴェル ツィガーヌ Maurice Ravel Tzigane

    10:29

    Shlomo Mintz International Violin Competition 2017 Final
    2017/7/23 中国中央音楽院ホール 北京
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  • Dai Keong Lee, Symphony No 1

    19:25

    Dai-Keong Lee (September 2, 1915 – December 1, 2005) was an American composer. His Symphony No. 2 was runner up for the 1952 Pulitzer Prize for Music.
    He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, and studied with Roger Sessions at Princeton University, Frederick Jacobi at the Juilliard School of Music, Otto Luening at Columbia University, and Aaron Copland.


    He worked as a freelance composer in New York City. He composed six operas, the music for the Broadway comedy Teahouse of the August Moon, a ballet, a ballet suite, two symphonies, a Polynesian suite, a dance piece and a concerto grosso for strings, a string quartet, orchestral songs, choral works, and piano pieces. Joan Field premiered his violin concerto.


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  • I. Thebes: Rentree triomphale du Pharaon

    13:29

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    I. Thebes: Rentree triomphale du Pharaon · Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Fanelli: Symphonic Pictures

    ℗ 2002 Marco-Polo

    Released on: 2002-10-06

    Conductor: Adriano
    Composer: Ernest Fanelli
    Orchestra: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra

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  • 馬思聰: 牧歌

    4:57

    馬思聰: 牧歌
    小提琴獨奏: 林克昌
    鋼琴伴奏: 周廣仁

  • Chinese Music - Violin - 史诗《绥远组曲》之一

    5:12

    Performed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Recorded in 1955

  • I. —

    9:42

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    I. — · Chen-Ling Liu

    The Voices of Taiwan 01 - Shui-Long Ma

    ℗ 2011 Taiwan Philharmonic, the National Symphony Orchestra

    Released on: 2011-10-01

    Artist: Chen-Ling Liu
    Composer: Shui-Long Ma
    Orchestra: Taiwan Philharmonic, NSO
    Conductor: Wen-Pin Chien

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  • III. Dances Beyond the Frontier

    4:14

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    III. Dances Beyond the Frontier · Hsiao-mei Ku

    Music for Violin and Piano, Vol. 1

    ℗ 2007 Naxos

    Released on: 2007-07-31

    Artist: Hsiao-mei Ku
    Artist: Ning Lu
    Composer: Sicong Ma

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  • Zekrollahs performance with Ma Xiaohui, Shanghai, China

    6:24

    天山牧羊女
    shepherdess on the tian mountain

  • Dragon Lantern Dance

    3:37

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    Dragon Lantern Dance · Hsiao-mei Ku

    Music for Violin and Piano, Vol. 1

    ℗ 2007 Naxos

    Released on: 2007-07-31

    Artist: Hsiao-mei Ku
    Artist: Ning Lu
    Composer: Sicong Ma
    Engineer: Joel Gordon
    Producer: Katie Vincent

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  • Chinese Music - Violin - 第一回旋曲 Rondo No. 1

    4:41

    Composed by Ma Sicong 马思聪 (1912 - 1987)
    Performed by Zheng Shisheng 郑石生 (1936 -

  • I. Epic

    6:49

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    I. Epic · Hsiao-mei Ku

    Music for Violin and Piano, Vol. 1

    ℗ 2007 Naxos

    Released on: 2007-07-31

    Artist: Hsiao-mei Ku
    Artist: Ning Lu
    Composer: Sicong Ma
    Engineer: Joel Gordon
    Producer: Katie Vincent

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  • ハロウィン がち仮装クラシックコンサート ボッテシーニ グランドデュオ(Vn)髙木凜々子 新井優香

    10:40

    今夜ハロウィン、1度きりの希少なコンサート。
    仮装は強烈だが演奏はおおまじめ。
    ヴァイオリンとコントラバス。両楽器共に超絶技巧の難曲です。
    高度な演奏技術が必要な曲のためかめったに演奏されない曲ですが実は名作です。
    今回はハロウィンの衣装を着けて通常ではありえない13cmの超ピンヒールの靴で演奏いたしました。

    ボッテシーニ 作曲 グランドデュオ

      ヴァイオリン : 髙木凜々子
      コントラバス : 新井優香
      ピアノ    : 角野未来

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  • I. Spring

    1:25

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    I. Spring · Hsiao-mei Ku

    Music for Violin and Piano, Vol. 1

    ℗ 2007 Naxos

    Released on: 2007-07-31

    Artist: Hsiao-mei Ku
    Artist: Ning Lu
    Composer: Sicong Ma
    Engineer: Joel Gordon
    Producer: Katie Vincent

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