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Playlist of Wang Xilin

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  • 首都师范大学《追梦红楼》音乐会(下) 2015.11.04 CNU Dream of the Red Chamber Concert Part 2

    51:26

    首都师范大学《追梦红楼》音乐会(下) 2015.11.04。
    Capital Normal University Dream of the Red Chamber Concert Part 2
    8. 《枉凝眉》 演唱: 付莎莎
    9. 《分骨肉》 演唱: 付莎莎
    10. 《叹香菱》 演唱: 付莎莎
    11. 《聪明累》
    12. 《宝黛情》
    13. 《上元节》
    14. 《秋窗风雨夕》 演唱: 黄华丽
    15. 《葬花吟》 演唱: 黄华丽
    16. 《说聊斋》 演唱: 黄华丽

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    首都师范大学《追梦红楼》音乐会(上) 2015.11.04 CNU Dream of the Red Chamber Concert Part 1:

    《红楼梦》重聚首,访谈,歌曲 Dream of the Red Chamber: Reunions, Interviews, Songs:

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  • chinese opera of xian shaanxi china. 秦腔 雙錦衣 數羅漢

    10:01

    西安藝俗社 xian yisushe
    李淑芳演出 performer: Ms. Li shufang

    Qinqiang (秦腔, pinyin: Qínqiāng) or Luantan (亂彈, pinyin: Luàntán) is the representative folk Chinese opera of the northwest Province of Shaanxi, China, where it was called Qin thousands of years ago. Its melodies were originated from the rural areas of ancient Shaanxi and Gansu.

    It uses Bangzi as an instrument, as it is called Bangzi opera. Bangzi tune is the oldest, most affluent opera tune in China's Four Great Characteristic Melodies. Qinqiang is the representative of the Bangzi opera and the most important origin of other Bangzi operas.
    There are 13 kinds of characters in Qinqiang including four kinds of Sheng (生, male)(老生、須生、小生、幼生), six kinds of Dan (旦, female)(老旦、正旦、小旦、花旦、武旦、媒旦), two kinds of Jing (淨, painted face male)(大淨、毛淨) and one kind of Chou (丑, Clown), also knowns as 13 Tou Wangzi (十三頭網子).

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  • Wang Xilin Symphony No.4

    38:39

    Wang Xilin, Symphony No.4 (1999)
    Tan Lihua (Conductor)
    Paintings by Zhong Biao

  • Wang Xilin Symphony No.1

    47:37

    Wang Xilin, Symphony No.1 (1962)
    Beijing Symphony, Tan Lihua (Conductor)
    Paintings by Zhong Biao

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  • Symphonic Suite „The Yellow River Murals“: I. Sunrise on the River - Impressions of Qikou

    6:48

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    Symphonic Suite „The Yellow River Murals“: I. Sunrise on the River - Impressions of Qikou · Shanxi Symphony Orchestra, Michael Koehler

    Symphonic Suite The Yellow River Murals

    ℗ 2020 MAK

    Released on: 2020-04-04

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control
    Composer: Wang Xilin

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  • Egidius Streiff plays the forbidden violin concerto by Wang Xilin 1st movement

    5:05

    World First Performance of Wang Xilins violin concerto, after it had been forbidden by the authorities for six years! Egidius Streiff returns to Beijing after he was told the orchestra's on holiday when he arrived for the first performance in 2001. Recorded in the Beijing Zongshan Hall besides the forbidden city.
    This is an excerpt of the first part, where the violin tries to oppose the very serious and hard orchestral marches with a jester-like personality that draws on folk tunes of rural Shanxi opera.

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  • Symphonic Suite „The Yellow River Murals“: III. Shang - Conversation in Night Beside the...

    13:49

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    Symphonic Suite „The Yellow River Murals“: III. Shang - Conversation in Night Beside the River (With Oboe) · Shanxi Symphony Orchestra, Michael Koehler

    Symphonic Suite The Yellow River Murals

    ℗ 2020 MAK

    Released on: 2020-04-04

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control
    Composer: Wang Xilin

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  • Symphonic Suite Poems of Yunnan 交响组曲《云南音诗》III. Evening Song 夜歌

    7:45

    Composed by Wang Xilin 王西麟
    Performed by : Central Broacasting Symphony Orchestra 中央广播交响乐团
    Conducted by : Yuan Fang 袁方

  • Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: II. The Song

    6:49

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    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: II. The Song · Shanxi Symphony Orchestra, Michael Koehler

    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge, CMA 2018

    ℗ 2020 MAK

    Released on: 2020-04-04

    Composer: Wang Xilin
    Music Publisher: n/a

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Music and Poems Of Yunnan Province

    29:07

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Music and Poems Of Yunnan Province · Sun Fengzhong; Sun Guisheng; Zhu Runfu · Various Artists · Wang Xilin

    Collection of the Best Chinese Orchestral Music: Music and Poems of Yunnan Province

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2002-12-31

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  • Porträt Wang Xilin

    53:31

    Ein Überlebender der Kulturrevolution
    Der chinesische Komponist Wang Xilin und seine Musik des inneren Aufruhrs. Ein Porträt von Matthias Richard Entreß

    Wang Xilin (*1936) lebt jetzt in Berlin. Zunächst ganz auf der Seite des Kommunismus der jungen Volksrepublik China, geriet er wegen seiner ungestüm expressiven Symphonik unter Verdacht konterrevolutionärer Tendenzen. 14 Jahre Straflager, Folter, Verbannung konnten ihn nicht brechen. Wollte der chinesische Staat sich zwar dieses Ausnahmetalents bedienen, verfolgte und demütigte er Wang doch immer wieder wegen seiner freimütig geäußerten Kritik. Trotz allem entstand ein Œuvre von überwältigender Kraft und erschütternder Emotionalität – ein authentisch chinesischer Zweig der westlichen Moderne.

    (Wegen urheberrechtlicher Ansprüche mußte die erste Musik, der Anfang des Klavierkonzerts von 2010 mit dem Chinese Orchestra Taipeh entfernt werden. Hören Sie das Werk mit einem anderen Orchester hier:

  • Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: IV. A Song of Bury

    9:32

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    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: IV. A Song of Bury · Shanxi Symphony Orchestra, Michael Koehler

    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge, CMA 2018

    ℗ 2020 MAK

    Released on: 2020-04-04

    Composer: Wang Xilin
    Music Publisher: n/a

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  • Symphonic Suite Poems of Yunnan 交响组曲《云南音诗》I. Spring Rainfall at the Tea Farm 茶林春雨

    6:16

    Composed by Wang Xilin 王西麟
    Performed by : Central Broacasting Symphony Orchestra 中央广播交响乐团
    Conducted by : Yuan Fang 袁方

  • Symphonic Suite „The Yellow River Murals“: II. Orchestra Toccata - New Flowers-Ditty

    10:26

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    Symphonic Suite „The Yellow River Murals“: II. Orchestra Toccata - New Flowers-Ditty · Shanxi Symphony Orchestra, Michael Koehler

    Symphonic Suite The Yellow River Murals

    ℗ 2020 MAK

    Released on: 2020-04-04

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control
    Composer: Wang Xilin

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  • Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: V. Finale - The Lantern Festival

    6:22

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    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: V. Finale - The Lantern Festival · Shanxi Symphony Orchestra, Michael Koehler

    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge, CMA 2018

    ℗ 2020 MAK

    Released on: 2020-04-04

    Composer: Wang Xilin
    Music Publisher: n/a

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  • Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: I. Allegro con spirito

    7:34

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    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: I. Allegro con spirito · Shanxi Symphony Orchestra, Michael Koehler

    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge, CMA 2018

    ℗ 2020 MAK

    Released on: 2020-04-04

    Composer: Wang Xilin
    Music Publisher: n/a

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  • Symphonic Suite Poems of Yunnan 交响组曲《云南音诗》II. On the Mountain Road 山寨路上

    7:21

    Composed by Wang Xilin 王西麟
    Performed by : Central Broacasting Symphony Orchestra 中央广播交响乐团
    Conducted by : Yuan Fang 袁方

  • Egidius Streiff plays the forbidden violin concerto by Wang Xilin 3d part.m4v

    3:00

    World First Performance of Wang Xilins violin concerto, after it had been forbidden for six years! Egidius Streiff returns to Beijing after he was told the orchestra's on holiday when he arrived for the first performance in 2001.
    this is an excerpt of the first part, where the violin tries to oppose the very serious and hard orchestral marches with a jester like personality that draws on folk tunes of rural Shanxi opera.
    this music, based on folk tunes and firmly conservative in its composition technique is absolutely not conservative when it comes to content: Hard hitting and emotional it is a music quite unheard before. Let it be known!

  • Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: III. Intermezzo

    5:04

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    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge: III. Intermezzo · Shanxi Symphony Orchestra, Michael Koehler

    Symphonic Suite Taigu Yang-ge, CMA 2018

    ℗ 2020 MAK

    Released on: 2020-04-04

    Composer: Wang Xilin
    Music Publisher: n/a

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Jester Wang Xilin as heard by Egidius Streiff .m4v

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    this is one of my favourite moments in a great piece: Imagine the soloist trying sincerely to sway and entertain his public, and the only reaction he gets is a bored wuuooaaaaaah - a masterstroke of this great Chinese composer!

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  • Music and Poems Of Yunnan Province

    29:07

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    Music and Poems Of Yunnan Province · China Central Philharmonic Orchestra & Choir · Wang Xilin

    Symphonic Poem

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 1998-12-31

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  • Music and Poems Of Yunnan Province

    29:09

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    Music and Poems Of Yunnan Province · China Central Conservatory Folk Music Band · Various Artists · Wang Xilin

    Local Flavors and Sentiments

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2001-12-31

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  • Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: II. Toccata. Flower Song

    4:29

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    Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: II. Toccata. Flower Song · Ya-ou Xie

    Xie Sisters Piano Duo

    ℗ 2019 Telos Music

    Released on: 2019-02-08

    Artist: Ya-ou Xie
    Composer: Xilin Wang

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  • Symphonic Suite Poems of Yunnan 交响组曲《云南音诗》IV. Torch Festival 火把节

    7:39

    Composed by Wang Xilin 王西麟
    Performed by : Central Broacasting Symphony Orchestra 中央广播交响乐团
    Conducted by : Yuan Fang 袁方

  • 轻音乐《雾》 大陆老磁带 1986 王西麟曲 | Light music Cassette tape Fog composed by Wang Xilin

    55:16

    轻音乐《雾》 大陆老磁带 1986 王西麟曲
    Light music Cassette tape Fog composed by Wang Xilin



    Side A
    00:00 向太空 | Face to Space
    03:26 雾 | Fog
    06:42 徘徊 | Pace
    15:52 溪 | Stream
    20:28 无穷动 | Infinite Motion
    24:00 问 | Ask


    Side B
    28:43 思 | Think
    34:08 青春的心 | Heart of Youth
    38:56 童年(非罗大佑歌曲) | Childhood

    43:01 旅 | Journey

  • Capriccio on a Xinjiang Folk Theme

    11:17

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    Capriccio on a Xinjiang Folk Theme · Peter Ritzen

    Wang, Y.: Symphony No. 2, The War of Resistance Against Japan

    ℗ 2005 Yellow River

    Released on: 2005-01-01

    Conductor: Peng Cao
    Artist: Peter Ritzen
    Orchestra: Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra
    Composer: Yunjie Wang

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  • Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: III. Andante. Memory

    5:00

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    Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: III. Andante. Memory · Ya-ou Xie

    Xie Sisters Piano Duo

    ℗ 2019 Telos Music

    Released on: 2019-02-08

    Artist: Ya-ou Xie
    Composer: Xilin Wang

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  • Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-Flat Major, Op. 19: I. Allegro con brio

    14:14

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    Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-Flat Major, Op. 19: I. Allegro con brio · Xiaohan Wang

    Beethoven: Piano Concertos Nos. 1-5

    ℗ 2007 Naxos

    Released on: 2007-11-01

    Artist: Xiaohan Wang
    Conductor: Helmut Muller-Bruhl
    Orchestra: Cologne Chamber Orchestra
    Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven

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  • Xilin Wang(王西麟) Jin style suite piano IV. Finale Lantern Festival

    4:37

    Recorded on 2018-10-1

  • Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: I. Prelude. Bleak Village

    2:24

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    Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: I. Prelude. Bleak Village · Ya-ou Xie

    Xie Sisters Piano Duo

    ℗ 2019 Telos Music

    Released on: 2019-02-08

    Artist: Ya-ou Xie
    Composer: Xilin Wang

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  • Helmut Neumann, Kontrapunkte für Solo Violine und Streichorchester, op 103 b

    37:10

    Helmut Neumann, Kontrapunkte für Solo Violine und Streichorchester, op.103 b

    1. Präludium
    2. Canon
    3. Invention
    4. Fuga Nova
    5. Passacaglia
    6. Choralvariation
    7. Wechselfuge

    Elena Denisova, violin
    Kammerorchester Collegium Musicum Carinthia
    Alexei Kornienko, conductor


    Helmut Neumann was born in Vienna in 1938. He grew up in Austria and worked in Iceland, Innsbruck and Klosterneuburg. He has taught, composed, created, and is now retired. He writes “Klangreihenmusik”, which can be serious or funny, for music-lovers and connoisseurs alike.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Reflection on a Tang Poem 楓橋夜泊

    7:32

    Composed by Phil Young 楊智華 曲 commissioned and performed by pianist Clara Yang in 2014, from CD album Folding Time (Albany Records).


    The music was inspired by a famous Chinese poem “Mooring by Maple Bridge at Night” by a Tang Dynasty poet Zhang Ji. Haunted by the poem’s profound melancholy, the composer attempts in his music to capture the subtle mood and vivid imagery depicted in the poem: the moon, the frosty night sky, the cawing crows, the river, the boat, and the center figure - a fisherman in solitude. The use of pentatonic-scale based modes derived from its quartal and quintal harmonies enrich its ancient Chinese music flavor, while its light flowing texture invests the music with a translucent quality reminiscent of ancient Chinese brush painting.

    The stark and desolate two-note motive presented in the main theme is later elaborated into much more lyrical melodies. The thematic development is enriched by configurations that give the hint of Chinese bamboo flute playing and string plucking on a Qing (an ancient Chinese stringed instrument). After the dramatic climax, the music returns to its initial gloom, as the night bell strikes again with its sound swept away on a breeze of airy arpeggios that dissolve in silence.

    “楓橋夜泊”
    張繼

    月落烏啼霜滿天,江楓漁火對愁眠。
    姑蘇城外寒山寺,夜半鐘聲到客船

    The Poem by Zhang Ji

    “Mooring by Maple Bridge at Night”

    At moonset cry the crows, streaking the frosty sky;
    Dimly lit fishing boats'neath maples sadly lie.
    Beyond the city wall, from Temple of Cold Hill.
    Bells break the ship-borne roamer's dream and midnight still.

    Reviews:

    Your piece “Reflection on a Tang Poem” is just lovely―a poetic and shapely masterpiece. It is beautifully paced and proportioned, yet sounds quite spontaneous in its expression―This is so hard to achieve! I find the climax especially stirring, and brilliantly written for the piano―almost like Gershwin at his best (I have always admired Gershwin’s dazzling piano writing). Better yet, the piece actually DOES what your program notes describe―and how rare that is, too. Finally, it’s so nice to listen to a piece by a composer who allows himself to write beautiful and emotionally expressive music, counting the impressionists as well as Chinese folk music in his ancestry; most composers nowadays keep trying to be clever, or complicated, or aggressively dissonant. But you’re a real poet.
    Elinor Armer - Composer, Founder of SF Conservatory Composition Department

    我向大家大力推荐“枫桥夜泊”这首优秀的钢琴作品!在同类型同题材的作品中,有了很大的突破!我向作者热烈的祝贺!西麟
    I highly recommend the excellent piano work Reflection on a Tang Poem.” It stands out marvelously for its novelty among the music compositions of the same genre on the subject. My wholehearted congratulations to the composer!
    Wang Xilin - Renowned Chinese composer

    Now sit down at a piano at midnight. Hit the soft pedal, use your cat’s paws and push-out enormous sustained chords with as many fingers as you can come up with. Sooner or later you’ll begin to think you are Debussy. That’s the spirit of romance we find in Phil Young’s Reflection on a Tang Poem. The poem itself evokes a still harbor at midnight. Indeed, La cathedrale engloutie sprang to mind, even before I read the notes. A very evocative dreamscape. But like Schumann, it also contains swirling fistfuls of notes–the very psychic storms which lead to the notion of the romantic era itself.”
    Steven Kruger - New York Arts

    Young’s ‘Reflections on a Tang Poem’ is an interesting, atmospheric piece. While one might think of Debussy and Chopin, the pentatonic scale-based modes and the Tang dynasty poem point to a Chinese influence.”
    American Record Guide

  • Obra Prima | TVE - OSPA Série UFRGS - Xilin / Beethoven / Shostakovich - 8/7/2016

    54:01

    3º concerto da Série UFRGS 2016 da Orquestra Sinfônica de Porto Alegre - OSPA.
    Regência do maestro chinês Guoyang Zhang.
    Programa:
    Wang Xilin,
    Ludwig van Beethoven
    Dmitri Shostakovich.

  • Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: V. Lantern Festival

    4:55

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    Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: V. Lantern Festival · Ya-ou Xie

    Xie Sisters Piano Duo

    ℗ 2019 Telos Music

    Released on: 2019-02-08

    Artist: Ya-ou Xie
    Composer: Xilin Wang

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  • Symphonic Suite „The Yellow River Murals“: IV. Finale - The Stage by the Estuary

    7:43

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    Symphonic Suite „The Yellow River Murals“: IV. Finale - The Stage by the Estuary · Shanxi Symphony Orchestra, Michael Koehler

    Symphonic Suite The Yellow River Murals

    ℗ 2020 MAK

    Released on: 2020-04-04

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control
    Composer: Wang Xilin

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  • Lamentation 《殇》

    13:38

    Proudly presented to you by Ding Yi Music Company (鼎艺团):

    Music from Turn of the Century 《琴箫钟鼓笙》
    Composer: Wang Xi Lin
    作曲家: 王西麟

    Music from Turn of the Century 20 Jul 2018
    Esplanade Recital Studio
    Guest Conductor :Tsung Yeh
    Vocal: Mark Chan

    《琴箫钟鼓笙》2018年7月20日
    滨海艺术中心音乐室
    客聊指挥:葉聰
    歌者: 陈国华

  • Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: IV. Adagio. Graveyard

    7:17

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    Piano Suite, Op. 36 Jin Feng: IV. Adagio. Graveyard · Ya-ou Xie

    Xie Sisters Piano Duo

    ℗ 2019 Telos Music

    Released on: 2019-02-08

    Artist: Ya-ou Xie
    Composer: Xilin Wang

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  • Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 9: I. Allegro con fuoco

    10:09

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    Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 9: I. Allegro con fuoco · Evgeny Svetlanov, USSR State Symphony Orchestra

    ARSM II, Vol. 45. Khrennikov

    ℗ 2020 JSC Firma Melodiya

    Released on: 2017-09-26

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  • 王宁:第八交响曲《陈嘉庚》Wang Ning:Symphony No.8 Chen Jia geng

    56:01

    王宁:第八交响曲《陈嘉庚》
    Symphony No. 8 'Chen Jia geng' (Tan Kah Kee) Op.52

    乐曲简介:
    在中国近代史,曾出现过这样一位伟人
    他倾其一生在改变中国人的贫困、蒙昧、落后的面貌和忍辱负重的命运。致富后先想到兴学报国,且在爱国兴学方面用钱气魄之大,目光之远,举世罕见。他说:“国家之富强,全在于国民,国民之发展,全在于教育,教育是立国之本”
    他一生捐助办学从小学到大学共计一百余所
    他反对办学分贫富,鼓励穷孩子来上学,不但不交费,还给家境贫寒的学生发放生活费和生活用品
    他深知教学的质量取决于教师,所以肯花重金聘请各领域的大师级学者为学生授课
    在全球经济危机时,他所建办的厦门大学因资金问题难以为继,他毅然卖掉自己的房产来维持厦大的开支,留下“宁可卖大厦,也要办厦大”的佳话
    在中国抗战时期,他带领侨商积极抗战,为抗战募捐的钱可以装备几个军团。他的企业在世界经济危机中面临倒闭,外国银行有意扶持他的企业渡过危机,条件是不能再把收入捐给他的家乡。他毅然拒绝,宁可企业倒闭,也不停止捐助家乡,从而导致企业收盘
    他一生捐助,盖楼无数,却不许任何一幢楼以他的名字命名
    他亲自主持校园建设,并融合中国传统和西式建筑风格之精粹,具有中西合璧、古朴大气、庄重恢弘和浓郁的闽南地域特点,创造了全新风格的“嘉庚建筑”,屹立于世界建筑之林
    他致力于中国社会的进步,改变中国人贫困落后的面貌,让中国繁荣昌盛,步入文明。“凡我族类遍布于环球亦共此荣光”为其一生奋斗宗旨
    中国科学院以他的名字设立科学奖,包括数学、物理、天文、化学、生命科学、农业科学、医药科学、地球科学、技术科学学科领域
    他是成功的企业家,当时的巨富,但他却生活简朴,穿着带补丁的衣服。然而他却几乎把一生的全部财富之千亿资产捐出办学和造福家乡。世界不乏富人,但是能把一生的收入捐出造福家乡人民的,仅此一人
    他的葬礼排头执绋的两位是朱德和周恩来
    国际小行星命名委员会将第2963号小行星以他的名字命名
    他的名字叫
    陈嘉庚

    第八交响曲《陈嘉庚》由厦门市委约创作,2016年11月26日由厦门爱乐乐团在闽南大戏院“《陈嘉庚》大型交响音乐会”世界首演,傅人长指挥。陈嘉庚孙儿陈君宝,孙女陈佩仪、厦门市委相关领导及业界专家学者、各界来宾等光临音乐会。音乐会后举办了“《陈嘉庚》交响曲创作研讨会”。
    该作品2017年3月22日由傅人长指挥厦门爱乐乐团在澳大利亚塔斯马尼亚朗塞斯顿的阿尔伯特音乐厅上演等。
    当今社会更需要陈嘉庚这样的人,弘扬“嘉庚精神”对现实和未来,都有重要意义!

    In the modern history of China, there was such a great man:
    He devoted his life to changing the poverty, ignorance, backwardness and humiliation of the Chinese people. After becoming rich, he first thought of contributing to his homeland, and in the patriotic aspects of money boldness, far vision, rare in the world. He said: ‘The prosperity of a country depends entirely on its people. The development of its people depends entirely on education. Education is the foundation of a country.’
    He donated to more than 100 schools from primary school to university.
    He opposes dividing schools between rich and poor, encourages poor children to go to school, not only does not need to pay fees, but also gives them living expenses and supplies to students of poor families.

    He knows that the quality of teaching depends on teacher, He employs teachers at a high salary to hire masters in various fields to teach students.
    During the global economic crisis, Xia Men University, which he founded, was unable to survive due to financial problems. He resolutely sold his real estate to maintain the expenses of Xia Men University, leaving a saying that ‘Xiamen University should be run even if his buildings are sold’.

    During China's war of resistance against Japanese aggression, he led overseas Chinese businessmen to actively fight against Japanese aggression, and the money raised for the war might equip several regiments.

    A bank abroad wanted to help his business, which was facing collapse during the world economic crisis, on the condition that it could no longer donate the proceeds to his hometown. He resolutely refused, would rather business closure, also do not stop donating to his hometown, resulting in business closing.

    He donated his whole life and built countless buildings, but he did not allow any building to be named after him.

    He personally presided over the construction of the campus, and integrated the essence of Chinese tradition and western architectural style, with the characteristics of the combination of Chinese and western elements, simple and atmosphere, solemn and broad and strong southern Fujian region, he created a brand new style of ‘Jia Geng Architecture’, standing among the world architecture.

    He is committed to the progress of Chinese society, changing the poor and backward face of the Chinese nation and making China prosperous and prosperity,step into civilization. ‘All my race all over the world is the same glory’ for his life purpose.

    The Chinese Academy of Sciences established science prizes in his name, covering the fields of mathematics, physics, astronomy, chemistry, life sciences, agricultural sciences, medical sciences, earth sciences and technical sciences

    He was a successful entrepreneur and a millionaire at that time, but he lived simply and wore patched clothes. But he has donated almost all his wealth of hundreds of billions of assets to running schools and benefiting his hometown. There are many rich people in the world, but can donate a lifetime income to benefit the hometown people, only this man.

    He was praised by Mao Ze dong as ‘The Banner of Overseas Chinese, National Glory’

    The International Asteroid Naming Committee named asteroid 2963 after him.

    His name is:
    CHEN JIA GENG (Tan Kah Kee)

    The symphony No. 8 ‘Chen Jia geng’ was commissioned by Xia Men city and on November 26, 2016, Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra gave the world premiere of ‘Chen Jia geng Large-scale Symphony Concert’ at Min Nan Grand Theater, with Fu Ren chang conducting. Chen Jun bao, grandson of Chen Jia geng, and Chen Pei yi, granddaughter of Chen Jia geng participate in, Xia Men municipal party committee leaders, musical experts and scholars, guests from all walks of life attended the concert. And there held the ‘Chen Jia geng Symphony Seminar’.




  • Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 9: IV. Allegro marciale

    9:14

    Provided to YouTube by National Digital Aggregator LLC

    Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 9: IV. Allegro marciale · Evgeny Svetlanov, USSR State Symphony Orchestra

    ARSM II, Vol. 45. Khrennikov

    ℗ 2020 JSC Firma Melodiya

    Released on: 2017-09-26

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • WANG NING 王宁:《妫川古韵》为民族管弦乐而作 Op.27, The Ancient Cadence of Gui Plain - for large Chinese orchestra

    29:09

    民族管弦乐《妫川古韵》 Op. 27

    乐曲说明:

    《妫川古韵》—为民族管弦乐队而作,2001北京夏日音乐节委约创作,中国广播民族乐团录制并首演,王甫建指挥。

    2002年6月在台湾获“文建会2002民族音乐创作奖”大型民族器乐作品奖及本届比赛大型作品唯一“观众票选大奖”,同年总谱与CD在台湾出版;

    2003年9月20日由台北国立实验乐团在中正文化中心国家音乐厅上演,翟春泉指挥;

    2004年在北京国家图书馆音乐厅由中央音乐学院青年民族乐团在“中国音乐学院建院40周年庆典音乐会”上演,王甫建指挥;

    2004年在北京庆祝建国55周年文艺作品评奖中获奖;

    2008年12月4日由台湾国家国乐团在台北国家音乐厅上演,温以仁指挥;

    2010年10月23日在加拿大温哥华由BC(不列颠哥伦比亚)中乐团在BC中乐团成立15周年庆典音乐会“Better World, Better Life Concert”菁英会聚音乐会上演,卓汭仕指挥。温哥华【大华商报】对此作了专访报道;

    2011年11月10日由沈阳音乐学院民乐系在沈音作曲系60周年系庆音乐会上演;

    2013年2月23日由阎惠昌指挥香港中乐团于“第41届香港艺术节”在香港大会堂音乐厅香港首演等等。

    2014年总谱由人民音乐出版社出版发行。

    乐曲取材于北京延庆一带的妫川文化遗迹、历史传说及古代神话等。在创作之前,王宁曾于2001年3月到妫川文化带采风,到古崖居等古迹实地感受和搜集历史文化素材。

    全曲结构为三个乐章。音乐风格原始、古朴,而又充满色彩。
    在创作上调动民族器乐的特殊表现力,在乐队编制上运用了大喇嘛号、高脚杯等特殊乐器,再加上人声的加入,使整部作品既色彩绚丽,气势恢弘,又古雅清新,神秘飘逸。

    乐曲由三个乐章组成:
    I 妫河神女Goddess of Gui River:由箫的音色开始,乐队以色彩清新的和声,淡雅、飘逸的配器加以衬托。音乐充满神秘感与色彩性。
    II 古崖民居The Residence at the Ancient Cliff:以古崖居为中心展开想象,音乐主题只用三个音,四度,具有简洁、原始、古朴的气质。全曲以围绕这一主题进行变奏与发展。
    III 阪泉金鼓War Drum of Ban Quan:主要描写炎黄阪泉大战这样一个古代神话。乐队主要以打击乐器为主,突出节奏的表现力,并加入人声的呐喊、笑声等,音乐充满动感和强烈的冲击力。高潮后以大笑结束这一历史神话故事……。音乐风格原始古朴、厚重而恢弘。

    ‘The Ancient Cadence of Gui Plain’ for large Chinese orchestra and chorus Op.27

    Explanation

    ‘The Ancient Cadence of Gui Plain’---for large Chinese orchestra and chorus, which was commissioned by ‘2001 Beijing Summer Music Festival’, and premiered by the Chinese Broadcasting Chinese National Orchestra, conducted by Wang Fujian.

    In June 2002, this composition was awarded the ‘First Prize of the 2002 National Music Award’ of Ministry of Culture of Taiwan music award of the ‘Large National Instrumental Works Award’ and the only ‘Audience Ticket Award’ of this competition. The score and the CD of this composition had published in Taiwan at the same year.

    On September 20, 2003, the Taipei National Experimental Orchestra performed in the National Concert Hall of Zhong Zheng Cultural Center, Zhai Chunquan conducted.

    In 2004, this composition was performed by Youth Chinese Orchestra of Central Conservatory of Music at Beijing National Library Concert Hall in the 40th Anniversary Celebration of China Conservatory of Music, conducted by Wang Fujian.

    In 2004, it was awarded the Literary And Art Award For the 55th Anniversary of China celebration in Beijing.

    On December 4, 2008, the Taiwan National Orchestra was played in the Taipei National Concert Hall, conducted by Wen Yiren.

    On October 23, 2010, it was performed by BC (British Columbia) Orchestra in the 15th anniversary of the BC Orchestra, at the concert of ‘Better World, Better Life Concert’ in Vancouver, conducted by Zhuo Ruishi. The ‘Dahua Business Newspaper’ gave an exclusive interview.

    On November 10, 2011, it was performed by the orchestra of The Chinese Instrument Department of Shen Yang Conservatory of Music in ‘The 60th Anniversary of The Composition Department of Shen Yang Conservatory of Music’.

    On February 23, 2013, this composition was performed by Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra at ‘The 41st Hong Kong Art Festival’, conducted by Yan Huichang in Hong Kong's Great Hall of Hong Kong.

    The score of the composition was published by the People's Music Publishing House in 2014.

    This composition is based on the cultural relics of Gui Plain, historical legends and ancient myths of Yan Qing near Beijing. In March 2001 Wang Ning went to Gui Plain areas, the Ancient Cliff etc. to feel and gather historical and cultural materials in this ancient areas.

    The whole composition consists of three movements. The music style is primitive, elegance, ancient and colorful.
    In this composition, the special expression of Chinese instruments were mobilized maximally, the composer used special instruments such as the big lama horn, g oblet and the addition of the human voice, so that the whole work is both colorful and magnificent, the fresh and mysterious.

    This composition consists of three movements:
    I. Goddess of Gui River: The beginning sound from Xiao, the orchestra color is bright and pure in harmony, fluidity in the light elegant and flowing. Music is full of mystery and color.
    II. The Residence at the Ancient Cliff: Imagination is unfolded circle the ancient cliff. The theme of the music is only three tones in pure fourth interval. It has the temperament of simplicity, primitive and unsophisticated. The whole movement is varied and developed around this theme.
    III. The War Drum of Ban Quan: this is a description of an ancient myth as the war of the king of Yan and Huang at Banquan. The music mainly focuses on the percussion of orchestra, the expression of the rhythm, and the voice of scream, the laughter etc.. The music is full of motion and strong impact. After the climax, laughing ends this historical mythological story. The style of music is primitive, simple and heavy and grand.

    演奏:中国广播民族乐团
    指挥:王甫建
    2001年

    Chinese Broadcasting Chinese National Orchestra
    conducted by Wang Fujian.
    2001

    视频设计制作:王宁
    Video design and make: Wang Ning



  • Yuri Butsko Symphony Suite No.3 ~ Lord Novgorod the Great

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    Yuri Butsko (1938-2015), Symphony-Suite No.3 ~ Lord Novgorod the Great
    Dmitriy Kitaenko (Conductor)
    Painting by Ilya Glazunov

  • 〝排練中〞

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    「孟德爾頌鋼琴協奏曲第一號」

  • 王西麟鋼琴協奏曲第一樂章

    11:45

    鋼琴獨奏: 陳薩
    北京交響樂團
    指揮: 譚利華
    2011年11月19日, 北京中山音樂堂

  • Banda di Faedo dirige Giovanni Dalfovo

    4:56

    concerto a Caldaro 27 giugno 2008 il brano si chiama Blues Factory

  • WANG Ning: String Quartet No.1 ‘Styles Dialogue’ Op. 18 王宁:第一弦乐四重奏《风格对话》

    8:54

    String Quartet No.1 Style Dialogue
    Explanation

    The music work, String Quartet No.1 Style Dialogue which was composed in 1995, is a review on current music composition. This piece reflects the composer’s opinion today: Multi-elements including styles and levels, should work in an interactive and complementary way instead of rejecting each other, and more impolitic idea is want them to replace each other. The author boldly conceived and wrote the work. The four voices of this composition with four completely different materials, represent the contemporary, folk, pop, classical four completely different styles. The creation of this composition established the composer created ‘style of counterpoint’ this one brand-new concept of creation and style.
    The four instrumental parts represent four different styles: The first violin plays first 12 tone sequence of Schonberg (from the piece of piano Op.23), symbolizing a modern music; the second violin plays a musical material that comes from Bejing Opera, representing a folk music; The Viola plays pop music material, showing a popular music; Cello plays Bach, Theme of Fugue, symbolizing a classical music.
    It was premiered by the Swiss Ensemble Phoenix Basel chamber of music in September 2002 in Swiss and in Beijing international music week. On November 23, 2011, the youth philharmonic orchestra of China music college performed in Australia at music college in Queensland, Australia. December 4, 2011 at the Beijing concert hall the concert of Chinese works, etc..
    This work has been published by People's Music Press.

    第一弦乐四重奏“风格对话”
    乐曲说明

    作品创作于1995年,是一篇用音乐创作针对当时音乐界的一些现象并引起广泛争论的一篇表明笔者观点的“评论文章”。作者认为目前是一个多元化并存的世界,各种各样、各种层次、各种风格的并存应该是正常、健康和必然的现象,而且它们之间应该是互补,甚至是融合,而不是排斥,更不应该相互取代。本着这样的观点,作者大胆构思并创作了这部作品。作品的四个声部用了四种完全不同的素材,分别代表现四种完全不同的音乐风格。通过这部作品的创作,逐渐确立了作曲家创立的“风格对位”这一新的创作观念和写作风格。
    作品的四个声部代表四种风格的存在:第一小提琴用的是勋伯格的《五首钢琴曲》(Op.23)中的12音序列,象征现代音乐;第二小提琴用了京剧素材,象征民族民间音乐;中提琴用了流行歌曲素材,象征通俗音乐;大提琴用的是巴赫的赋格曲主题,象征古典音乐。后面是作者的“论述”及观念的表述。
    作品2002年9月由瑞士Ensemble Phoenix Basel室内乐团在瑞士首演,在北京“国际音乐周”由该团北京首演;2011年11月23日由中国音乐学院青年爱乐乐团室内乐团在澳大利亚昆士兰音乐学院伊恩·汉尔音乐厅澳大利亚首演;2011年12月4日在北京音乐厅“中国作品专场音乐会”上演等等。
    作品已经由人民音乐出版社出版发行。













  • Max Reger Opus 72i) Sonata for Violin and Piano in C Major, first movement

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    DVD available to buy at

    Egidius Streiff and Alessandro Tardino are part of Maximum Reger, 6-DVD boxed set, nominated for BBC Music Magazine Awards and reviewed in BBC Music Magazine as Ambitious and superbly executed... A hugely rewarding achievement that should persuade us all to revisit Max Reger's place in music history. Editor's Choice in Gramophone: Maximum Reger is for me an answer to a prayer.

    Egidius Streiff and Alessandro Tardino play Reger's modernist Affe Schaf sonata, Opus 72

  • Alexina Louie, Song of Paradise

    15:05

    Alexina Louie, Song of Paradise

    Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
    Kazuhiro Koizumi, conductor

    Alexina Louie, born in Vancouver, July 30, 1949, now living in Toronto
    Born in Vancouver to Chinese parents, Louie undertook musical studies at the University of British Columbia and the University of California at San Diego, where she received her Masters of Arts in Composition in 1974. For the remainder of the decade she resided in southern California, teaching theory, piano and electronic composition, then returned to Canada to establish residence in Toronto, where she has lived since 1980.

    In September of 2005, Dr. Louie was made an Officer of the Order of Canada, and in the fall of 2006, she was inducted into The Royal Society of Canada. In March 2002, she was named one of three recipients of the National Arts Centre Composer Award ($75,000 each; Gary Kulesha and Denys Bouliane were the others).

    Between 2002 and 2005 Dr. Louie wrote three compositions for the NAC Orchestra and worked closely with the ensemble on a number of educational and outreach programs. The first of these three works was her String Quartet No. 2; the second was her orchestration of Bringing The Tiger Down From The Mountain II, originally written for cello and piano as a test piece for the 1991 Canadian Music Competition.

    The composer writes: “In the summer of 2003, the NAC Orchestra’s principal cellist, Amanda Forsyth, performed the work brilliantly at the prestigious Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. It was this performance, and its effect on the wildly enthusiastic audience, that prompted Ms. Forsyth and Music Director Pinchas Zukerman to request this special orchestration of the composition. The title is derived from a Tai-chi (Chinese martial art) position… A special aspect of the piece is its senza misura (without bar-lines) sections, which allow the cellist to control the shape of the musical phrases by stretching them out or compressing them according to the performer’s individual interpretation.”
    Performance history of Bringing The Tiger Down From The Mountain II

    In 2004, Alexina Louie orchestrated Bringing The Tiger Down From The Mountain for the NAC Orchestra (hence the II addition), who gave the first performance under the direction of Pinchas Zukerman, with Amanda Forsyth as soloist. The Orchestra played this work during their 2004 Western Tour, as well as in a concert in 2009 celebrating the 40th anniversary of the NAC (with commissioned choreography and a separate concert celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Canadian Music Centre, always with Maestro Zukerman on the podium and Ms. Forsyth on the cello.

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    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
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  • 春節序曲 Spring Festival Overture 2020 Violin Ensemble

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    Violins : Benjamin Sze, Calvin Leung, Kaitlyn Cheung, Mason Jiang, Hanna Loo, Rosaleen Sze, Joleen Dang and Suri Chung (from the left)
    春節序曲 Spring Festival Overture 2020
    Composed by 李煥之 Li Huanzhi
    Arranged by Hidemi Gojo
    Performed on Wednesday, January 22, 2020
    Yew Chung International School (Hong Kong)

  • Malin Bång: splinters of ebullient rebellion

    19:51

    Malin Bång (*1977)
    splinters of ebullient rebellion, for orchestra (2018)

    SWR Symphonieorchester
    Pascal Rophé (conductor)

    World Premiere, 19 October 2018, Donaueschinger Musiktage 2018


    During my composition period of splinters of ebullient rebellion, the unique political era we experience at the moment has manifested itself in more and more fierce ways. Politicians or global market forces are certainly not the only ones who influence the development of society nowadays. Innovative methods and messages from “ordinary” individuals that leave a sustainable impact on the political discourse are increasing day by day. Humble but bold initiatives spread like snowball effects through social media and have become an obvious part of the news reports.

    In times when the official discussion is moving with accelerating speed in diametrically opposed directions, we hear politicians tirelessly lament the deplorable status of the opposite side’s agenda while constructive ideas for the future are conspicuous by their absence. We are also seeing many influential institutions, organizations, even governments gradually facing collapse when their actions and manifestations are colliding with the core values of the individuals they are made up by. We see how this friction generates a new spine of idealism with the aim to shift back the focus from simplified, one-dimensional explanations to contexts where the full spectrum of intricate details appear and where the multitude of voices that surround us are present.

    The orchestra is for me a dynamic platform for exploring the relation between the individual and the collective, and for examining the vulnerable communication among an institution and its members. The orchestral structure consists of two harsh, mechanic, contrasting blocks that are gradually transformed by different influencing elements that trigger the blocks to interact and entwine.

    One of these elements consists of fragments of recent songs that have become symbols for democracy and human rights, a unifying force in the fight against different types of discrimination around the world.

    The second influencer is the voices of the orchestral members, consisting of individual initiatives that appear from a distance as collective clouds of noise.

    The third influencer is the typewriter; for me the ultimate symbolic representation of dedicated writing of carefully reflected texts, used by courageous individuals who are quietly opposing a current oppression.

    Something that keeps my spirit ebullient is the fact that today in 2018, anyone can make their own choice of “typewriter,” and by the power of the word start a wave of supportive actions for maintaining democracy.


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