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  • Tan Dun - For The World

    4:20

    Always loved the song Tell Me by Bobby Valentino, mainly because of the instrumentals. Found out that those instrumentals were sampled from this soundtrack from the movie Hero with Jet Li.

  • Tan Dun: Konzert für Streichorchester und Zheng ∙ hr-Sinfonieorchester ∙ Yuan Li ∙ Julian Kuerti

    24:18

    I. Andante molto – Melancholia – Tempo I ∙
    II. Allegretto ∙
    III. Adagio ∙
    IV. Moderato – Allegro – Tempo I. Andante molto ∙

    hr-Sinfonieorchester (Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra) ∙
    Yuan Li, Guzheng ∙
    Julian Kuerti, Dirigent ∙

    Alte Oper Frankfurt, 16. Januar 2015 ∙

    Website: ∙
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  • Tan Dun - Internet Symphony Eroica

    7:57

    TheYouTube Symphony Orchestra performs The Internet Symphony Eroica as composed and conducted by Tan Dun.

    The world's first collaborative online orchestra performed at Carnegie Hall on April 15, 2009. Selected by the YouTube community and several members of the world's most renowned orchestras, the YouTube Symphony Orchestra is made up of over 96 professional and amateur musicians from 30+ countries and territories on six continents and represents 26 different instruments.

  • Tan Dun: Zheng Concerto 1/4

    4:37

    Tan Dun (b. 1957): Concerto for Zheng and String Orchestra

    I. Andante molto

    Philharmonie Essen, July 11, 2008.

    Yuan Li, Zheng

    Tan Dun, Conductor
    WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln

    A re-arrangement of the Pipa Concerto (1999) which is based on Ghost Opera (1995) for string quartet and pipa with water, metal, stones, and paper. In the Zheng Concerto the players are not only playing their own instruments, but also contributing stomps, yips, yells, sighs and hand-slaps, sometimes in imitation of Eastern instruments.
    It's a cross-temporal and cross-cultural dialogue that touches on the past, present, future, and the eternal. The Concerto employs elements from Chinese, Tibetan, English, and American cultures; and combines performance traditions of the European classical concert and the shamanistic ritual.
    Wu Man called it a giddy merging of traditions and a leapfrogging through music history, in which cultural integration is effortless. The Zheng may be exotic in Western music, but it is no longer alien. No single work more exemplifies Tan's range, which extends from uncompromising experimentalism to populism.

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  • Tan Dun: Passacaglia: Secret of Wind and Birds

    13:51

    NYO-USA performs Tan Dun’s Passacaglia: Secret of Wind and Birds in Carnegie Hall on July 11, 2015, under the direction of Charles Dutoit. Watch additional highlights from this concert at:
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    Each summer, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute brings together the brightest young players from across the country to form the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America. Following a two-week training residency with leading professional orchestra musicians, these remarkable teenagers not only have the opportunity to play on the famed stage of Carnegie Hall but then embark on a tour to some of the great music capitals of the world, while serving as dynamic musical ambassadors. To learn more about NYO-USA, visit
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    Video Director: Habib Azar
    Associate Director: Jay Millard
    Stage Manager: Carole Shure
    Technical Director: James Sapione
    Score Reader: Jacob Sustaita
    Cameras: Hiram Becker, Matt Bockelman, and Andrew Trost
    Video Engineer: David Satin

    Audio
    Courtesy of WQXR
    Listen to the full broadcast archived on the WQXR website at

  • Tan Dun: The Banquet - 1. Only For Love

    5:22

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Tan Dun: The Banquet - 1. Only For Love (Theme Song) · Jane Zhang · Lang Lang · Shanghai Symphony Orchestra · Tan Dun · Gao Jian · Shanghai Opera House Chorus

    The Banquet

    ℗ 2006 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Producer, Programmer: Tan Dun
    Studio Personnel, Editor: John B. Hedges
    Studio Personnel, Editor, Programmer: Yuan Lin Chen
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Qin Shi Yue
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Tim Martyn
    Composer: Tan Dun
    Author: Fan Yue Yi

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Tan Dun: The Banquet - 2. Waiting

    2:05

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Tan Dun: The Banquet - 2. Waiting · Lang Lang · Shanghai Symphony Orchestra · Tan Dun · Gao Jian

    The Banquet

    ℗ 2006 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Producer, Programmer: Tan Dun
    Studio Personnel, Editor: John B. Hedges
    Studio Personnel, Editor, Programmer: Yuan Lin Chen
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Qin Shi Yue
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Tim Martyn
    Composer: Tan Dun

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Only For Love - From The Banquet :: Tan Dun

    5:14

    From the Martial Arts Trilogy album.

    This video took a while to come up because I started listening to music from this album and wanted to do something visually with China as a theme. I wasn't able to find what I was looking for, and the music is very tied to scenes from the movies these songs are from. I couldn't help but think that I would be doing the movie a disservice by associating it with different images.

    But while I've seen Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, I haven't seen The Banquet and so for me this is how I picture the song in my mind.

    I originally thought of working on Claire De Lune but I couldn't find images that I felt were appropriate. I didn't want timelapses with the moon in the background or surface images of the moon from satellites either. When I started using this footage with that song it didn't really fit so I will shelve that one for another day.

    Rolling waves on the beaches seem pretty relaxing and I think it makes for a nice daydream.

    Sources:


  • Tan Dun - crouching tiger cello concerto

    31:29

    Julian Steckel /Cello
    CHAARTS Chamber Artists
    Tomas Djupsjöbacka /conductor

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  • Composing Myself: Tan Dun

    11:51

    The third in a series of composer videos from The Music Sales Group.

    The world-renowned artist and UNESCO Global Goodwill Ambassador Tan Dun, has made an indelible mark on the world’s music scene with a creative repertoire that spans the boundaries of classical music, multimedia performance, and Eastern and Western traditions. A winner of today’s most prestigious honors including the Grammy Award, Oscar/Academy Award, Grawemeyer Award, Bach Prize, Shostakovich Award, and most recently Italy’s Golden Lion Award for Lifetime Achievement, Tan Dun’s music has been played throughout the world by leading orchestras, opera houses, international festivals, and on radio and television. This past year, Tan Dun conducted the grand opening celebration of Disneyland Shanghai which was broadcast to a record-breaking audience worldwide.

    Born in 1957 and raised in a rural Hunan village in the People’s Republic of China, Tan’s life and the life of millions of Chinese people would be irrevocably changed by Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution. Tan was sent to plant rice alongside the local farmers in the Huangjin commune, but after two years, a boat carrying a traveling Peking opera troupe capsized resulting in the death of many of the musicians. Tan was called to serve as a fiddler and arranger for the troupe. Following the end of the Cultural Revolution, China re-opened its Central Conservatory and Tan was one of only thirty selected to attend among thousands of applicants. In 1986, he moved to the USA where he soon immersed himself in the music of John Cage and the New York downtown avant-garde scene.

  • Tan Dun - For The World

    4:46

    Music from the film Hero
    Arranged by Laure Chan

    Performed on 20th July 2017
    Venue: Sala Cullel, San Pedro, Costa Rica
    Filming: Carlos Pipo Chaves

    It should be stated that the composer authorised permission to perform this work free of copyrights.

  • Tan Dun - Eternal Vow

    3:54

  • Hero Soundtrack - Gone with Leaves

    3:25

    Gone with Leaves
    Hero Movie Soundtrack
    Composed by Tan Dun

  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - Soundtrack

    5:46

    Part 1/9 The brilliant score of a marvelous movie; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

    Score- Tan Dun

    Music
    Bushido
    To The South

  • Tan Dun: Eight Memories in Watercolour, Op. 1 - 1. Missing Moon

    2:56

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Tan Dun: Eight Memories in Watercolour, Op. 1 - 1. Missing Moon (Live) · Lang Lang

    Lang Lang - Live at Carnegie Hall

    ℗ 2004 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2004-01-01

    Producer: Martin T:son Engstroem
    Producer, Recording Producer: Christian Gansch
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Wolf-Dieter Karwatky
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer, Editor: Stephan Flock
    Composer: Tan Dun

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Tan Dun: The Banquet - 16. Lady in Red

    2:05

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Tan Dun: The Banquet - 16. Lady in Red · Shanghai Symphony Orchestra · Tan Dun · Gao Jian · Shanghai Opera House Chorus

    The Banquet

    ℗ 2006 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Producer, Programmer: Tan Dun
    Editor: John B. Hedges
    Editor, Programmer: Yuan Lin Chen
    Editor: Qin Shi Yue
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer: Lu Xiao Xing
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Zhend Zi Hua
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Mo Jia Wei
    Associated Performer, Musical Assistant: Qiu Wei Cheng
    Composer: Tan Dun

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Tan Duns “Buddha Passion”

    1:32

    Tan Dun’s “Buddha Passion” is both of a piece with the classical passion tradition and an evolution of the form. This new work from the “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” composer is based on the Buddhist cave paintings in the ancient city of Dunhuang. See Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil give the U.S. premiere of this stunning oratorio.

    BUDDHA PASSION
    FEB 8-9 at Walt Disney Concert Hall
    Tickets & Info:

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  • Tan Dun, Itzhak Perlman, Kodo - Love in Distance

    4:55

    Music Credits:
    Artist Composer: Tan Dun, Violinist: Itzhak Perlman
    Song: Love in Distance
    Hero Soundtrack


    Tan Dun, Itzhak Perlman, Kodo - Love in Distance Hero

  • Tan Dun. The Wolf . concerto voor contrabas en orkest

    30:09

    Dominic Seldis. Contrabas.

  • Tan Dun: The Banquet - 15. After Tonight

    2:33

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Tan Dun: The Banquet - 15. After Tonight · Lang Lang · Shanghai Symphony Orchestra · Tan Dun · Gao Jian · Shanghai Opera House Chorus

    The Banquet

    ℗ 2006 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Producer, Programmer: Tan Dun
    Editor: John B. Hedges
    Editor, Programmer: Yuan Lin Chen
    Editor: Qin Shi Yue
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Tim Martyn
    Composer: Tan Dun

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Tan Dun - For The World

    4:18

  • Tan Dun - Paper Concerto

    3:00

    TAN DUN - Paper Concerto

    Paper Percussionists: Haruka Fujii (Solo); Rika Fujii; Tamao Inano; Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
    Conductor: Tan Dun
    Recorded live at the Stockholm International Composers Festival, Stockholm Concert Hall on 8th November 2007

    DVD im NAXOSdirekt-Webshop kaufen:

    PICTURE FORMAT: 16:9 / 4:3
    LENGTH: 81 Mins
    SOUND: 5.1 DOLBY SURROUND / DOLBY
    STEREO
    SUBTITLES: EN/FR/DE/ES/IT
    FSK: ohne Angabe

    Opus Arte / Naxos: OA1013D

  • Tan Dun: Water Passion after St. Matthew

    14:05

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    Time: 2016-10-28 20:00
    Venue: Shanghai Symphony Hall - Concert Hall

    International Chorakademie Lübeck
    Conductor: Tan Dun Choirmaster: Rolf Beck
    Soprano: Maria Chiara Chizzoni
    Baritone: Stephen Bryant

    Programme:
    Tan Dun: Water Passion after St. Matthew

  • Lang Lang & Yuan Li & Tan Dun- Four Secret Roads Of Marco Polo

    7:37

  • Tan Dun: Elegy - Snow in June

    26:12

    Second Inversion - Rethink Classical was supported by New Music USA. To follow the project as it unfolds, visit the project page:

    We took our video crew on the road to Town Hall, Seattle for a video session of Third Coast Percussion & Joshua Roman!

    Here’s “Elegy: Snow in June” by Tan Dun, recorded on January 11, 2015.

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    Cameras: Michael Goude, Maurice Morales, and Dan Fromhart
    Sound: Bill Levey
    Editing: Michael Goude

  • THE BANQUET Tan Dun & Lang Lang

    5:19

    Tan Dun & Lang Lang during the production of the piano tracks for the soundtrack of The Banquet, released by Deutsche Grammophon.

  • Tan Dun: Zheng Concerto 3/4

    4:22

    Tan Dun (b. 1957): Concerto for Zheng and String Orchestra

    III. Adagio

    Philharmonie Essen, July 11, 2008.

    Yuan Li, Zheng

    Tan Dun, Conductor
    WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln

    A re-arrangement of the Pipa Concerto (1999) which is based on Ghost Opera (1995) for string quartet and pipa with water, metal, stones, and paper. In the Zheng Concerto the players are not only playing their own instruments, but also contributing stomps, yips, yells, sighs and hand-slaps, sometimes in imitation of Eastern instruments.
    It's a cross-temporal and cross-cultural dialogue that touches on the past, present, future, and the eternal. The Concerto employs elements from Chinese, Tibetan, English, and American cultures; and combines performance traditions of the European classical concert and the shamanistic ritual.
    Wu Man called it a giddy merging of traditions and a leapfrogging through music history, in which cultural integration is effortless. The Zheng may be exotic in Western music, but it is no longer alien. No single work more exemplifies Tan's range, which extends from uncompromising experimentalism to populism.

  • Interview: Tan Dun on the YouTube Symphony project

    3:26


    The composer of the Internet Symphony for YouTube talks about his inspiration for the piece.

  • Tan Dun - Hero - For the world - Live from Polish Radio

    4:56

    Tan Dun - Hero - For the world - Live from Polish Radio

    Łukasz Byrdy - fortepian | piano

    Altra Volta kwartet | string quartet - Jacek Dzwonowski, Leszek Sojka, Aleksandra Marko-Lech, Michał Lech

    --------------------------------------------
    Live recording from Polish Radio Katowice. 20th Anniversary of Altra Volta string quartet

    Nagranie zrealizowano podczas koncertu Altra Volta i jego goście - benefis 20-lecia zespołu, który odbył się 28.11.2018 r. w Polskim Radio Katowice.
    Podczas koncertu wystąpili: Stanisław Soyka, Ewa Błachnio, Grzegorz Płonka, Łukasz Byrdy i Tomasz Drozdek. Pięknie dziękujemy naszym wspaniałym gościom. To był dla nas wielki zaszczyt.

    Dziękujemy Polskiemu Radio Katowice, pani Ewie Ciastoń, realizatorom audio/video oraz sponsorom - Firmie Kler, Grupie Gastronomii Śląsk, firmie Garmażer oraz pączkarni Słowik z Katowic.

  • Tan Dun - Tea

    1:32

    Tea

    Inspired by the Tea Ceremony, Tan Dun, the contemporary Chinese composer living in New York, wrote the opera Tea. Tea is a tragic love-story set against the background of Chanoyu, the Japanese tea ritual. In Tea, Tan Dun combines Eastern and Western composition techniques and musical ideas to create a unique sounding fusion between two great musical traditions. John Cage once said of Tan Dun, His music is one we need as East and West come together as one home. The opera is the door to this journey into the mystical world of Chado, the Way of Tea. A world in which the ultimate objective is, as Tan Dun himself states, to hear colour and see sound.

    REPERTOIRE: Dun: Tea - Opera; Cage: Sonates
    ORCHESTRA: Dutch Chamber Orchestra
    PERFORMERS: Tan Dun, composer; John Snijders, piano

  • Tan Dun: Concerto for Orchestra

    34:18

    Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by / Orquesta Filarmónica de Hong Kong dirigida por Tan Dun.

    I. Light and Timespace / Luz y Tiempo (0:00)
    II. Scent of Bazaar / Aromas de Bazar (9:03)
    III. Raga of the Desert / La Raga del Desierto (13:42)
    IV. Forbidden City / La Ciudad Prohibida (27:29)

    Tan Dun (b. 1957) is likely China’s most popular composer, having written in Chinese and Western classical styles and music for celebrated films such as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon for which he won an Academy Award. His style is syncretic of Eastern and Western musical techniques, always possessing a sense of balance between harmonic and dissonant elements and never being shy to ask for special effects. His Concerto for Orchestra was based on the voyages of Marco Polo (1254-1324), a Venetian trader who is purportedly the first European to reach China. The work, itself inspired by Tan Dun’s eponym opera, is a symphonic, physical and spiritual travel between many places across the Eurasian Continent.

    Tan Dun (n.1957) es probablemente uno de los compositores más populares de China, habiendo escrito en los estilos clásicos de China y de Occidente, así como música para películas célebres como El Tigre y el Dragón por la cual ganó un Premio de la Academia. Su estilo es un sincretismo de técnicas musicales de oriente y occidente, siempre teniendo en cuenta un equilibrio entre armonía y disonancia y sin tener pena de realizar efectos especiales. Su Concierto para Orquesta se basa en los viajes de Marco Polo (1254-1324), un comerciante veneciano quien se presume fue el primer europeo en viajar hasta China. La obra, inspirada en su ópera homónima, es un viaje sinfónico, físico y espiritual entre varios lugares del continente eurasiático.

    Image/imagen: 1. Marco Polo. Unknown artist / Artista Desconocido. N.D.
    2. Street in Samarkand / Calle en Samarcanda. Richard-Karl Karlovitch Zommer. 1906.
    3. Giant Buddhas of Laishan. Photo taken sometime before 2001. / Budas Gigantes de Leshan. Foto tomada antes de 2001.
    4. Forbidden City. Ming Dynasty art. Ca 15th Century. / La Ciudad Prohibida. Arte de la Dinastía Ming. Ca. Siglo 15.

  • Tan Dun - Water Cadenza 1 & 2

    5:09

    Brilliant piece from a brilliant composer. Soloist: David Cossin

  • The Tears of Nature de Tan Dun. Solista: Martin Grubinger con Filarmed

    17:43

  • A Symphony for YouTube

    5:21

    The London Symphony Orchestra plays the Internet Symphony No. 1 Eroica - for YouTube, conducted by Tan Dun.

    To view submissions, visit:

  • Tan Dun, Itzhak Perlman: For the World

    4:19

    Music Credits
    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Artist Composers: Tan Dun, Itzhak Perlman
    Song: For the World




















































    Tan Dun, Itzhak Perlman (HQ) Huangshan 歡迎 松 For the World (Relaxing Nature) Hero
    China Mountains 歡迎樹松

  • Tan Dun: Zheng Concerto 2/4

    7:56

    Tan Dun (b. 1957): Concerto for Zheng and String Orchestra

    II. Allegro

    Philharmonie Essen, July 11, 2008.

    Yuan Li, Zheng

    Tan Dun, Conductor
    WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln

    A re-arrangement of the Pipa Concerto (1999) which is based on Ghost Opera (1995) for string quartet and pipa with water, metal, stones, and paper. In the Zheng Concerto the players are not only playing their own instruments, but also contributing stomps, yips, yells, sighs and hand-slaps, sometimes in imitation of Eastern instruments.
    It's a cross-temporal and cross-cultural dialogue that touches on the past, present, future, and the eternal. The Concerto employs elements from Chinese, Tibetan, English, and American cultures; and combines performance traditions of the European classical concert and the shamanistic ritual.
    Wu Man called it a giddy merging of traditions and a leapfrogging through music history, in which cultural integration is effortless. The Zheng may be exotic in Western music, but it is no longer alien. No single work more exemplifies Tan's range, which extends from uncompromising experimentalism to populism.

  • Tan Dun: Concerto for Orchestra

    35:01

    September 25, 2013 Hugh Wolff, Stanford and Norma Jean Calderwood Director of Orchestras and the NEC Philharmonia kicked off the New England Conservatory's Music: Truth to Power festival with a concert highlighted by the North American premiere of Tan Dun's Concerto for Orchestra (Marco Polo)(2012).


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  • Tan Dun: Zheng Concerto 4/4

    6:39

    Tan Dun (b. 1957): Concerto for Zheng and String Orchestra

    IV. Allegro vivace

    Philharmonie Essen, July 11, 2008.

    Yuan Li, Zheng

    Tan Dun, Conductor
    WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln

    A re-arrangement of the Pipa Concerto (1999) which is based on Ghost Opera (1995) for string quartet and pipa with water, metal, stones, and paper. In the Zheng Concerto the players are not only playing their own instruments, but also contributing stomps, yips, yells, sighs and hand-slaps, sometimes in imitation of Eastern instruments.
    It's a cross-temporal and cross-cultural dialogue that touches on the past, present, future, and the eternal. The Concerto employs elements from Chinese, Tibetan, English, and American cultures; and combines performance traditions of the European classical concert and the shamanistic ritual.
    Wu Man called it a giddy merging of traditions and a leapfrogging through music history, in which cultural integration is effortless. The Zheng may be exotic in Western music, but it is no longer alien. No single work more exemplifies Tan's range, which extends from uncompromising experimentalism to populism.

  • Tan Dun-The Eternal Vow 2000

    2:20

    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon OST

  • Tan Dun: Paper Concerto

    1:32

    Paper, normally a utilitarian material, becomes a solo instrument in Tan Duns ingenious and inventive Paper Concerto, fusing orchestral music and organic sounds to create accessible, even melodious, music that is almost beyond imagination. Intriguing sounds are created by all manner of different papers, so that they appear elemental rather than simplistic, tapping into something basic in the fabric of our lives. In a remarkable and unforgettable concert experience, Tan Dun directs the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and soloist Haruka Fujii in a vivid demonstration of his belief that orchestral music, far from being static and traditional, still has the capacity for experimentation and the power to stimulate in extraordinary ways.

    Available from Opus Arte on DVD


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  • Tan Dun: The Banquet - 8. Lost Days

    2:09

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Tan Dun: The Banquet - 8. Lost Days · Lang Lang · Shanghai Symphony Orchestra · Tan Dun · Gao Jian

    The Banquet

    ℗ 2006 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Producer, Programmer: Tan Dun
    Studio Personnel, Editor: John B. Hedges
    Studio Personnel, Editor, Programmer: Yuan Lin Chen
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Qin Shi Yue
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Tim Martyn
    Composer: Tan Dun

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Tan Dun - String Quartet

    5:08

    Tan Dun (b. 1957) - String Quartet

  • Tan Dun - For The World - Hero

    4:14

    For my Sun ☼...my hero...♥
    ♫ ♪ ♪ ♫ ♩ ♬

  • Tan Dun - The Map 5/9 Feige

    5:24

    Tan Dun - The Map 5/9 Feige (Flying Song)

  • Julian Saphir Plays Tan Dun Missing Moon - 8 Memories In Watercolour

    3:17

  • Tan Dun: Eight Memories in Watercolour, Op. 1 - 2. Staccato Beans

    1:20

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Tan Dun: Eight Memories in Watercolour, Op. 1 - 2. Staccato Beans (Live) · Lang Lang

    Lang Lang - Live at Carnegie Hall

    ℗ 2004 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2004-01-01

    Producer: Martin T:son Engstroem
    Producer, Recording Producer: Christian Gansch
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Wolf-Dieter Karwatky
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer, Editor: Stephan Flock
    Composer: Tan Dun

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • TAN DUN on his 13 microfilms with HK Phils live music

    4:48

    HK Phil's 2015/16 Season Opening: Tan Dun's Nu Shu

    TAN DUN Symphonic Poem on Three Notes
    MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto in E minor, op. 64
    TAN DUN Nu Shu: The Secret Songs of Women (with images projected)

    Tan Dun conductor
    Elizabeth Hainen harp
    Zhang Xinru metal percussion
    Zeyu Victor Li violin

    4 & 5-1-2015 Fri & Sat 8pm
    Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall

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  • Concerto for String Quartet and Pipa, Tan Dun

    20:45

    Concerto for String Quartet and Pipa
    Tan Dun
    Andante molto
    Allegro @ 4:10
    Adagio @ 10:40
    Allegro vivace @ 15:16

    The Chamber Players of the Greenwich Symphony:
    Min Xiao-Fen, Pipa
    Krystof Witek, violin
    Susan Hytken Metcalf, violin
    David Creswell, viola
    Daniel Miller, cello

    Performed at St. Barnabas Church
    Greenwich, Connecticut
    November 10, 2013

  • Tan Dun: The Eternal Vow

    3:01

    Shanghai Symphomy Orchestra
    cello: Yo-yo Ma, rawap: Alimjan, hand drum: Kasim and David Cossin

    From the motion picture soundtrack of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

  • Yearning for Peace - Hero - Tan Dun

    3:30

    Music from the ending scene, with Itzhak Perlman on the violin.

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