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Playlist of Wang Xilin

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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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  • WANG Torch Festival Overture

    8:31

    The El Camino Youth Symphony performs Wang Xilin's Torch Festival Overture at the Lunar New Year Celebration performance on 4 February 2012 at Flint Center.

  • 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

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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.

  • Torch Festival 火把节

    7:31

    Performed by China Symphony Orchestra 中国交响乐团

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

    4:37

    Recorded on 2018-10-1

  • Story Along The Yellow River

    4:47

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Story Along The Yellow River · Wang Tiechui · Wang Tiechui

    Treasures Of Chinese Instrumental Music: Dizi

    ℗ 2012 Domo Records

    Released on: 2012-08-14

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • 王丽小伙子 Li Wang - Txiv Leej Tub HMong Trung Quốc

    3:15

    歌: 小伙子 Txiv Leej Tub
    歌手: 王丽 Lig Vaj
    苗族歌曲 Hmongb Hmong Hmoob Miao
    Ntxhais Hmoob Suav Hu Nkauj

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  • 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!

  • 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

  • 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

  • HKYSO - 火把節

    8:31

    HKYSO 2015 Annual Concert
    2015年11月28日 (8pm)

    香港大會堂 音樂廳

    香港音樂事務處

    香港青年交響樂團

    指揮 : 白榮亨

    火把節 - 王西麟 曲


    28 NOV 2015 (8pm)

    Hong Kong City Hall,
    Concert Hall

    Music Office (Hong Kong)

    Hong Kong Youth Symphonic Orchestra

    Conductor : PAK Wing - heng

    Fire Torch Festival from Yunnan Poem by Wang Xilin

  • 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

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • WANG Ning: Symphony No.1 Epic Op.7 王宁:第一交响曲《史诗》

    21:06

    第一交响曲《史诗》 Symphony No.1 'Epic' Op. 7
    乐曲简介:第一交响曲《史诗》创作于1986年,是一部单乐章交响乐。内容主要描写中国唐代高僧鉴真大和尚为传播文化,不畏艰险,百折不挠,历尽艰辛,六次东渡,历经十一年,随行三十六人为此举献出宝贵生命,鉴真本人也为此身心疲惫,双目失明,但是最终完成夙愿的壮举,是一位僧人用生命完成的史诗!
    郭沫若曾特为鉴真东渡题诗一首:
    鉴真盲目航东海,
    一片精诚照太清,
    舍己为人传道艺,
    唐风洋溢奈良城。
    音乐以丰富交响性手法和极富张力并富于变化的乐队音响,构建起鉴真大师以奉献精神和高尚人格,百折不挠造福人类之宏伟壮举的音乐史诗。
    2011年5月1日由深圳交响乐团于“2011文博会艺术节”在深圳音乐厅世界首演,雷雩指挥 。2016年11月20日由中国国家交响乐团举办的“王宁交响作品专场音乐会”上由邵恩指挥国家交响乐团在北京音乐厅北京首演等。

    Symphony No.1 ’Epic‘ Op.7
    This single movement symphony composed by professor Wang Ning in 1986. In this symphony, professor Wang Ning depicted the epic story of Jian Zhen whom is an eminent Buddhist monk and cultural communicator of Tang Dynasty. Be fearless of danger and difficulty, despite hardships and dangers, indomitable, experienced hardships, six times to voyaged to Japan, after 11 years, accompanied by 36 monks sacrificed their precious lives, Jian Zhen himself also for this physical and mental fatigue, blindness, but finally the great monk succeeded.
    In this composition, rich symphonic techniques and very rich tension and variety of the orchestra sound was used in by composer whom aimed to portray the great spirit and epic life of Jian Zhen.

    On May 1, 2011, Lei Yu conducts Shen Zhen Symphony Orchestra performed the world premiere at the 2011 China Expo and Arts Festival at shenzhen concert hall.
    On November 20, 2016, this composition performaned by the National Symphony Orchestra in Beijing Concert Hall in Wang Ning's Symphony Concert held by China National Symphony Orchestra.

  • 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!

  • WANG Ning: Symphony No.5 Ode to Humanity For Two Chorus And Orchestra Op.44 王宁:第五交响曲《人文颂》-合唱与交响乐队

    1:19:00

    大型合唱交响曲《人文颂》2010年创作,王宁作曲,艺衡作词。2011年8月31日首演合唱版,2012年8月30日首演乐队合唱版,2013年受联合国教科文组织(UNESCO)邀请于2013年9月21日于“国际和平日”在法国巴黎总部欧洲首演。之后在深圳、香港等地上演。2014年8月8日至15日《人文颂》由深圳交响乐团、台北爱乐管弦乐团、深圳交响乐团合唱团、香港圣乐团、深圳百合童声合唱团联袂台湾台北、台中、高雄三地巡演。2014年8月马其顿奥赫里德艺术节之邀在“奥赫里德夏季艺术节”闭幕式及普罗夫迪夫1500多年前的古罗马露天剧场等地上演。2014年9月22日《人文颂》受邀于第69届联合国大会由美国费城交响乐团及合唱团在纽约联合国总部上演。2015年2月4日由深圳交响乐团,费城交响乐团,澳门乐团三大乐团及合唱团、童声合唱团等联袂在澳门威尼斯人剧场澳门上演。2015年8月17日由中宣部邀请,文化部协调,中国音协、国家大剧院、深圳市委宣传部等单位联合主办于国家大剧院北京首演,并在中国文联举办了《人文颂》创作研讨会。之后《人文颂》陆续在海内外多地上演。交响曲《人文颂》是唯一被联合国教科文组织向全世界特别推荐作品。
    1988年,20世纪诺贝尔奖金获得者聚首巴黎时,就有智者讲道:“人类如果要在21世纪继续生存下去,必须回头2540年去吸取孔子的智慧。”儒家文化历经几千年,积淀了深厚的人文思想精华,它也是中华传统文化的核心,其中“仁、义、礼、智、信”是其最富人文精神的核心价值,包含着深厚的人文关怀和生命关怀,深邃的人生智慧和高尚的人格和生命境界。
    合唱交响曲《人文颂》是为混声合唱、童声合唱与大型交响乐队而作的交响乐,作品主体设计以“仁、义、礼、智、信”为五个乐章,加序曲与尾声构成。创作这部交响曲的初衷和目的是力图以交响音乐语汇与艺术手法,对儒家人文思想进行富有时代性和开拓性的诠释,将儒家文化的“以人为本”的理念发扬光大,张扬人的生命价值和高尚的道德情操,这一点也符合全人类的普世价值,不分种族、国籍和地域。儒学的人文思想内涵深刻,文化底蕴深厚,寓意深远。怎样把握主题思想,怎样梳理深刻的文化内涵并用运用恰当音乐手法来加以表达,同时在创作风格上的纵横坐标的把握和抉择,这些在音乐创作上都具有很大的挑战性。经过作曲家研精竭虑的思考和倾力投入,完成了这部深邃、恢弘、壮丽的人文交响画卷。
    这是王宁教授创作的第五交响曲,为该作品的创作,作曲家投入了大量精力进行采风、资料搜集及相关资料的研习等方面的准备工作。从中国传统文化和传统音乐中汲取营养,厚积薄发,立足当代,面向未来。以超前的理念,时代的风格,丰富而精致的和富有创造性的作曲技术与艺术表现,创作出这部具有深刻思想内涵和充满民族底蕴及时代风格的交响乐作品。作品除大量丰富多彩的乐队写法外,作曲家大胆挖掘和运用声乐的非同寻常的发音及音色表现,将合唱与器乐融为一体,极大丰富了音乐的色彩、张力和表现力。音乐优美抒情、丰富多彩、震撼心灵并感人至深。作品尾声以一首优美抒情的主题歌曲《人文颂》呈现作品的核心内涵,贯穿发展,将作品推向全曲高潮。《人文颂》首登欧洲舞台在巴黎联合国教科文组织总部一经上演,即轰动欧洲乐坛,好评如潮,被誉为“东方的《欢乐颂》”。

    作品由序曲、仁、义、礼、智、信、尾声七个乐章组成:

    《序曲》由轻盈的童声合唱开始,悠远而飘逸,天籁般的声音像是从天国飘来,降落人间。之后的乐队部分音乐由鼓声引入,由弱到强,由远及近,像一个巨人迈着大步,由远古走来。后面引出孔子的主题,恢弘厚重,丰富而深邃。主题素材从据传是孔子作曲的古琴曲《幽兰》开始的动机素材提炼加工创作而成。作曲家在这个仅仅六小节左右的主题音乐中,高度凝练了孔子的一生——开始是恢弘的形象,中间略显暗淡,尾部又回到和谐明亮、宽阔深厚的音响上。这六小节的“孔子主题”,象征性的涵盖了孔子的一生,是作曲家创作的代表孔子的“音乐符号”,并将这一“符号”贯穿整部作品。

    第一乐章《仁》:子曰“仁者爱人”,有“仁”才有爱,“仁”一方面是一个人的内在修养,另一方面是人与人之间关系的一个最高的道德标准。“仁”是一种大爱,是对生命的关怀,是以人为本的人性关怀,它像广袤的大地,宽厚包容,滋养万物,充满生机……

    第二乐章《义》:体现尚志,果敢,生命的力量!“义者,所以合宜也。”作为伦理学范畴的义,是一个社会公认适宜的、应该遵守的道德行为准则。义,忠诚地看守着良心和灵魂,在平凡中沉默,在关键时爆发。该乐章与前面乐章构成极大对比反差,音乐充满动力。大提琴独奏作为领奏乐器,是“义”的化身。整个乐章音乐发展充满张力与戏剧性……

    第三乐章《礼》:体现和美,生命的尊严!这是以人为本、相互尊重的和谐之道。“礼之用,和为贵”。既体现着生命个体的独立,又强调着相互依存的尊重。本乐章与前乐章形成对比,音乐营造了一种祥和、古朴、典雅的氛围。在本乐章中,作曲家特意创作了一段现代版的“韶乐”,试图回溯那优雅、和美的上古“韶乐”之声。在音乐发展中又融入了久已失传的古老的“吟诵”音调……

    第四乐章《智》:求道,明辨,此乃生命之境界。儒家认为智慧照耀着社会和人生之正途,指引着通往真理的道路。这是以人为本的人生智慧。音乐通过调动和挖掘乐队及人声之非常的音响及表现力,又将群体吟诵用于合唱表现中。音乐时而灵动,时而澎湃,多姿多彩,耐人寻味……

    第五乐章《信》:思诚,承诺。信,一诺千金,是以人为本的生命承诺。“人无信不立”,儒家把诚信作为人的基本道德。音乐似金石之声,铿锵有力,依次呼唤而入并进行展开,在不断的发展和推动下,主题动机等素材综合再现,交织更迭、变化展开,把音乐推向高潮,引出全曲尾声(连续演奏)……

    《尾声》开始由童声合唱唱出主题歌《人文颂》,抒情、纯净,深沉而优美。由童声合唱及男、女声合唱、混声合唱变化发展,最后发展成为辉煌壮丽的大合唱,全曲在恢弘的高潮中结束。

    歌词:
    序曲:
    有一种学说源远流长,五千年文明是它宽阔的河床。一个圣人行走在华夏大地,他告诉人类做人的主张。
    做人要快乐,何以乐洋洋?做人要高尚,何以有光芒?四海之内皆兄弟,那是做人的道理,万古一样。

    尾声:
    温暖思想,永如朝阳,穿越时空住心房。
    仁慈之心,如同大地,包容人类成兄弟。
    善待他人,就像自己,不分种族和地域。
    正义之举,如同火焰,焚烧邪恶放光辉。
    富不欺贫,强不凌弱,不分种族和地域。
    礼仪之美,和睦如林,彼此致敬又相依。
    人生尊严,相待以礼,不分种族和地域。
    智慧之灵,如水之盈,泉滴江涌海浪騰。
    洗涤心灵,创造神奇,不分种族和地域。
    诚信之贵,如同金石,光芒内敛却瑰丽。
    承诺是金,人格庄严,不分种族和地域。

    (第34届“中国·哈尔滨之夏音乐会”现场演出版,演奏:哈尔滨交响乐团、哈尔滨音乐厅合唱团、哈尔滨工人艺术团合唱团、哈尔滨童声合唱团,指挥:王宁)

    Wang Ning: Symphony No.5 'Ode to Humanity' for Chorus and Orchestra Op.44

    The 34th 'China · Harbin Summer Concert', performed by Harbin Symphony Orchestra, Harbin Concert Hall Choir, Harbin Workers' Art Troupe Choir, Harbin Children's Choir, conductor: Wang Ning)













  • 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

  • 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)

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  • 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

  • 12 Girls Band 女子十二乐坊 - 10th Anniversary Concert - Centre Stage TV Special 1/6

    4:57

    November 13 2011. All-female Chinese musical group, Twelve Girls Band, will stage a concert in Beijing as part of celebrations for their 10th anniversary. With help from music planner, Wang Xiaojing, the band embarked on its music journey in June, 2001. The group originally consisted of 12 classically-trained girls hailing from various conservatories across the country, but later included a 13th member. They became popular among music lovers by performing modern, pop-sounding music using traditional Chinese instruments.

  • Pyramid-cover By G-Xilin

    1:39

    facebook.com/Wang.xi.lin

  • Composing Thoughts: Xi Wang

    21:04

    Speaking with composer Xi Wang at her office at SMU about composition, creativity and a new work for SOLI Chamber Ensemble.

  • 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

  • The Torch Festival

    7:38

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    The Torch Festival (Fourth Movement From The Symphonic Cycle: Tone Poem of Yunnan) · China Central Orchestra · Various Artists · Wang Xilin

    Chinese Music Classics of the 20th Century: Orchestral Music

    ℗ 2005 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2002-12-31

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • WANG Ning: Symphony No.3 Call For The Future Op.19, No.1 王宁:第三交响曲《呼唤未来》

    36:10

    王宁第三交响曲《呼唤未来》是为大管弦乐队与两个混声合唱团及一个童声合唱团而作,作品完成于1995-1997年。这部交响曲不是委约创作,是作者当时对当今社会及全球文明的思考用交响曲这样一种载体进行表达而创作的一部交响乐作品,也是一部取材现实、关注人类当今命运的作品。乐曲中有作者对当今的社会、教育、战争、信仰、人类的前途与命运的思考和忧虑,目的是使人们意识到危机的存在和现实的严酷,并以此激发人们对世界和平的向往。作品运用复合性、多元化的创作手法、戏剧性的风格、丰富的交响乐语言及表现力,深刻反映和反思现实,并对美好的未来、世界和平充满由衷的祈盼。
    该作品1999年获北京庆祝建国50周年文艺作品评奖;“全国第十届音乐作品奖〔交响音乐〕”;2007年入选首届“中国当代作曲家曲库”,人民音乐出版社出版发行,并在2007年5月25日由谭利华指挥北京交响乐团、北京节日合唱团、节日附属合唱团、少儿合唱团联袂在中山音乐堂首演部分乐章。2016年11月20日在中国国家交响乐团举办的王宁交响作品音乐会的上演,是该作品创作20年后的全曲世界首演。

    全曲共分7个乐章并连续演奏:
    第一乐章:引子,喧嚣的快板
    第二乐章:慢板转小快板
    第三乐章:沉重的慢板
    第四乐章:恐怖的急板
    第五乐章:行板
    第六乐章:明快的中板
    第七乐章:尾声,庄严的行板

    乐曲中的歌词,部分唱词选自世界三大宗教(佛教、基督教、伊斯兰教)中的一些祝福和赞美的词句,并把它们相互融合,寓意希望人类和他们的信仰要相互包容,相互拥抱;部分唱词选自中国古典文学和民间音乐。音乐由表及里,由现象到本质,由喧嚣、动荡、激愤、恐怖发展到哲理性的思考及对人类美好未来的祈盼和呼唤。声乐声部的写作中,运用了人声的呐喊、嚎叫、哭声、笑声等非寻常的演唱表现手法。
    合唱的摆位,在舞台部分之外,还有两个混声合唱团安排在观众席的周边或楼上,造成声相的多元共振,并与舞台上的合唱形成呼应,在整个音乐厅中形成音响上的空间共鸣。整部交响曲的音响是由不协和到协和的发展过程,寓意了作者的希望。人类历尽磨难后的反省和重生,趟过废墟,眺望朝阳,走向和平和幸福的未来。

    (视频:中国国家交响乐团“王宁交响作品专场音乐会”2016年11月演出现场版,绍恩指挥)

    The Third Symphony 'Calls for the Future' is written for grand orchestra and two mixed chorus and a children's choir. This symphony was composed between 1995 to 1997. This symphony was not compose for a commission, instead, it is the composer wanted to write for his thinking of today's world, with a symphony as a carrier to express his thought. So this is a composition that pay attention to human beings destiny nowadays and reality society. In the music, there is the composer’s consideration and worry about in the society, education, war of the world, religion, the problem of mankind's themselves and the concern of its prospect and destiny, the purpose is to wake up to human beings can be aware of the crisis and inclement existence of themselves, and stir up to look forward to to the peace and the happiness with this. The work makes use of the compound, diversified composition style and the technique skill, reflecting diverse society existence, and looking forward to the fine future, world peace. This composition had got the celebration in Peking to found a nation 50 anniversary literature work prizes in 1999, and the tenth music work(symphonic compositions) in whole country prize in 2004. The whole composition is buildup with 7 movements and to combine totally to give musical performance continuously. The chorus voice of the department arrangement surrounds audience betwixt in the audience seat and the periphery, can result in voice mutually the diverse combine to act in cooperation with the chorus formation, becoming the total resonate of the whole stereo set space in the whole music hall.
    The first movement: The introduction, Allegro riproaring
    The second movement: Lento Allegretto
    The third movement: Lento serioso
    The fourth movement: Presto tremendo terrore
    The fifth movement: Andante meditare
    The sixth movement: Moderato chiaro
    The seventh movement: The Coda, Andante grave
    The lyrics part in the work choosing from some blessings and praise of the three religions in the world (Buddhism, Christianism and Islam) and chase them to blend mutually; The other chooses from the Chinese classic literature and folk music. Music from watch and in, from phenomenon to essence, from disturbingly noisy, turbulence, arouse an anger, terror to develop to the philosophy thinking and harmonious, to expect and call for the happy life future to the human beings. It made use of voice to sing, screaming, the howl call and cry and laughter etc. The whole sound of the symphony develops from dissonance to consonance in process, meaning the author's hope: after the human beings suffer from crucifixion and introspection and rebirth, stride across the ruins and look beyond the sunrise, towards a better future of peace and happiness.

    (China National Symphony Orchestra 'Wang Ning Symphony Works Special Concert' live version in November 2016, conducted by shao en)













  • 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.

  • Music and Poems Of Yunnan Province

    29:07

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

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

    2:24

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    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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  • Music and Poems Of Yunnan Province

    29:09

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    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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  • The Torch Festival

    7:38

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    The Torch Festival (Huo Ba Jie) · Various

    Centennial Classics - Orchestral Works: Vol. 1 (Bai Nian Chang Pian Min Zu Guan Xian Yue Ming Jia Ming Qu Jing Dian Yi)

    ℗ 2007 China Record Corporation

    Released on: 2004-01-01

    Screenplay Author: Wang Xilin

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  • 12 Girls Band 女子十二乐坊 - 10th Anniversary Concert - Centre Stage TV Special 2/6

    4:52

    November 13 2011. All-female Chinese musical group, Twelve Girls Band, will stage a concert in Beijing as part of celebrations for their 10th anniversary. With help from music planner, Wang Xiaojing, the band embarked on its music journey in June, 2001. The group originally consisted of 12 classically-trained girls hailing from various conservatories across the country, but later included a 13th member. They became popular among music lovers by performing modern, pop-sounding music using traditional Chinese.

  • 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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  • 【火把節 】Torch Festival~王西麟, Conductor: TAM HON MAN

    8:08

    2013/7/8/ Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall,HKNPO

  • WANG Ning: Symphony No.4 Symphonic Ballad of Hakka for orchestra and vocal, Op.38. 王宁:第四交响曲《交响山歌》

    1:16:40

    王宁第四交响曲 《交响山歌》是受深圳交响乐团委约创作,于2009年9月24日由深圳交响乐团及合唱团、深圳高级中学“百合”童声合唱团在深圳音乐厅世界首演。后陆续于中国“第二届交响乐之春”于国家大剧院、“中国第六届文博会”、北京“第十届国际合唱节”开幕式、“大型客家山歌主题交响曲音乐会”等海内外各地上演。《交响山歌》的演出产生广泛影响,被誉为“客家人心中交响山歌”。台湾前国民党主席吴伯雄特意为《交响山歌》题字“客家风情、宣扬文化”。

    《交响山歌》是为混声合唱、童声合唱、重唱、独唱、原生态对唱和交响乐队而作的交响合唱作品,首次把客家山歌原生态对唱引入交响乐创作中。“客家山歌”是中华民族艺术宝库中的一颗璀璨明珠,也是我国首批非物质文化遗产保护项目。客家,从北方到南方,从中土到边陲,从故国到异域,九州初肇,中土发祥,足迹遍及海内外。客家人的漂泊距离、迁徒规模,至今无其他民族可比。从客家人及其文化中,我们可以感悟到历史的苍凉,时代的变迁,对祖先的崇敬,对未来的期许,对创业的追求,及客家人的坚韧的意志与豪迈的气概。
    在创作之初,作曲家王宁教授深入客都——广东梅州及大埔、蕉岭等客家聚居地实地采风调研、参观考察,走访收集了大量客家音乐资料及素材,采访了客家山歌大师余耀南等客家民间音乐大师等民间艺术家,积累了丰富的素材和文化积淀,为音乐创作做了充分的积累。
    作品充分调动各种声乐及乐队的表现力,以交响乐语言及当代作曲技术,构建起一部优美抒情、新颖独特的当代交响合唱作品。为使这部作品的音乐与歌词风格水乳交融,浑然一体,《交响山歌》的歌词由作曲家取材于客家民间歌谣素材,在音乐创作中重新整理、编创而成。一部新颖独特、古朴清新、气势恢宏且精彩纷呈的当代交响合唱作品,呈现在交响音乐舞台上。实现了客家人将山歌交响化这一历史夙愿。
    在音乐结构设计上,作曲家从客家音乐及文化角度出发,结合艺术规律、音乐表现,同时考虑到作品的功能及社会意义等方面,全曲设计为7个乐章:

    第一乐章《序曲-山歌》(原生态男女声重唱、合唱与交响乐队)
    I. Prlude: Folk Song
    该乐章运用了最具代表性的、客家家喻户晓的《松口山歌》等山歌素材元素,由合唱、重唱与乐队构成。序曲部分,合唱与乐队以恢弘的气势开始,随即引出由原生态唱法唱出那刻在客家博物馆墙上的客家家喻户晓的《松口山歌》,与合唱交相辉映,将原汁原味客家山歌与交响合唱语言完美结合在一起。该乐章主要表现青年男女的爱情生活,音乐既恢弘又抒情、古朴清新、优美动人。

    第二乐章《往昔》(管弦乐)
    II. Yore for Orchestra
    客家民系,千年迁徒,万里长旋,是这样的历史与空间的跨度……
    经磨历劫,九死一生,风雨桥也在诉诸这征途上的颠沛流离……
    家园梦断,异乡回望,教人断肠……
    筚路蓝缕,拓荒垦殖,该有多少可歌可泣、壮怀激烈的记忆……。
    该乐章运用乐队音乐语汇,表现客家苦难、悲壮的历史。

    第三乐章《童谣》(无伴奏童声合唱加女声独唱加五句板等打击乐)
    III.Nursery Rhyme
    耕读传家、崇文重教,是客家人千百年来不变的传统。音乐开始运用客家孩童家喻户晓的童谣《月光光》为歌词,并由童声朗诵,后面逐渐引入歌唱。女声独唱的引入,像是母亲来到孩子们中间,并语重心长地教育孩子们。这一乐章表现了客家耕读传家、崇文重教的优良传统。音乐典雅、活泼、抒情。

    第四乐章《劝孝歌》(女高音独唱与合唱、交响乐队)
    IV.Song of Advise Fealty
    教育是百年大计,当今社会特别需要中国传统美育教育,国学文化的传承,这是作曲家产生这一乐章创作的起因和动力。从客家民谣中,可以发现客家人非常重孝悌,不仅仅把自己的父母当作观音菩萨,而且还规劝世人,要崇敬祖先、孝顺父母。该乐章音乐内省、深情、委婉动人。

    第五乐章《山歌酬唱》(原生态歌手与交响乐队)
    V.Fulfil Folk Song Ad-lib
    这个乐章为原生态男女歌手现场即兴演唱而作。民歌在民间主要是以即兴方式演唱,多是以男女对歌形式表达爱情与生活等内容。该乐章将这一民间表现形式直接引入交响乐中,让民间艺术与交响乐文化直接对接。

    第六乐章《劳动山歌》(男声合唱与交响乐队乐队)
    VI.Working Folk Song
    无论在围屋还是在田间,都能听到勤劳的客家人的歌唱,该乐章主要表现客家人的劳动生活。音乐主题在变奏中不断展开,情绪欢快、热烈。最后在渐快、渐强的音乐发展中,将音乐推向高潮。

    第七乐章《尾声-歌传天下》(重唱、合唱与交响乐队)
    VII.Coda-Song Will Live Forever
    客家山歌,是客家人精神生活的一项重要活动,也是联系海内外客家人的精神纽带。无论你漂泊多远,一首山歌,让您魂牵梦萦,无论身在何处,一曲山歌,永远是心灵的家园。“自古山歌从口出”,歌传天下久久长!该乐章运用再现原则,篇末点题,并将原生态、美声、合唱与交响乐队融为一体,音乐抒情优美、气势恢弘。

  • Sentimental Thoughts

    7:52

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    Sentimental Thoughts · Qiu-ming Dong

    Dong Qiuming: Full Moon - Dizi

    ℗ 1992 Yellow River

    Released on: 1992-12-08

    Artist: Qiu-ming Dong
    Ensemble: Shanghai Virtuosi
    Conductor: Yong-ji Wang

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  • Ying Wang: ROBOTICtack | SWR Experimentalstudio

    12:53

    Ying Wang: „ROBOTICtack“ für Alt, Ensemble und Live-Elektronik (Uraufführung) | Festival „ACHT BRÜCKEN | Musik für Köln“, 1.5.2017

    Ying Wang über „ROBOTICtack“:
    Die Digitalisierung der Arbeit, der Einsatz von Robotern erfordert grundlegende Fragestellungen zur Rolle der Menschen in diesem Prozess. Maschinen und Roboter, die immer selbständiger handeln und entscheiden sollen, ziehen in die Lebenswelt ein. Bislang nur in Fabriken, die bereits weitgehend automatisiert sind um an Stelle Pausen fordernder, fehleranfälliger und gewerkschaftlich organisierter Menschen effizienter Gewinnmaximierung einfahren zu können, wird ab sofort von Robotern schon mehr verlangt. Denn über die Arbeitswelt hinaus sollen sie nun lernen eigenständig zu handeln. Lernen auch aus eigenen Fehlern, was so manche Menschen nicht immer schaffen. Und gleich noch dazu Moral, Ethik und Kultur. Diese können sich in dem zeigen, was sie sagen, und in dem, was sie tun und lassen. Werte, die vielen Menschen abhandenkommen.

    Welcher Programmier-Gott wird sie schaffen? Am wievielten Tag? Werden nun die Humanoiden die humaneren Maschinen? Würden sie den Planeten und die Tiere besser schützen um ihr moralisches Empfinden zu schützen? Oder werden sie ethische Probleme aufwerfen, etwa indem sie zu neuen Abhängigkeiten statt Freiheiten führten und die Menschen zu überwachten Objekten technischer Systeme oder machtvoller Monopole machten. Eine Folge könnte der Verlust der Privatheit und Selbstbestimmung sein.

    Die Menschen haben Angst, dass Computer zu schlau werden und unsere Welt übernehmen könnten. Das eigentliche Problem ist aber doch, dass sie dumm sind und die Welt bereits übernommen haben.
    In Zukunft werden wir uns Dinge vornehmen müssen, bei denen sich der Mensch leichttut – die Maschine aber nicht.

    Musikalisch in Konkurrenz steht hier die Elektronik mit dem Ensemble. Am Beginn noch verhalten gewinnen die Maschinen mehr und mehr an Dominanz. Beide Welten versuchen voneinander zu lernen. Denn sie können davon profitieren. Ist das Hochschrauben des Rhythmus noch Taktgeber im Streben nach maximaler Produktivität stellt sich mehr und mehr die Frage nach Vollkommenheit. Unsicherheit und Zukunftsangst durchziehen fragmentartig das Menschen-Ensemble. Werden die Roboter auch sie ersetzen? Denn mittlerweile üben die sich schon in Harmonie und Nachahmung. Vielleicht bringt das Abschalten die Erlösung? –Beide üben den Neustart. Jeder auf seine Art.

    Ensemble Experimental: Noa Frenkel (Alt), Maruta Staravoitava (Flöte), Andrea Nagy (Klarinette), József Bazsinka (Tuba), Olaf Tzschoppe (Schlagzeug), Jenna Sherry (Violine/Viola), Daniela Shemer (Violoncello), Rei Nakamura (Klavier), Nico Couk (E-Gitarre)
    SWR Experimentalstudio
    Klangregie: Michael Acker, Thomas Hummel, Sven Kestel
    Dirigent: Detlef Heusinger

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  • QINGDAO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

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  • Interview with spnm shortlisted composer Shu Wang

    1:31

    Interview with spnm shortlisted composer Shu Wang

  • 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 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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  • 12 Girls Band 女子十二乐坊 - 10th Anniversary Concert - Centre Stage TV Special 5/6

    4:57

    November 13 2011. All-female Chinese musical group, Twelve Girls Band, will stage a concert in Beijing as part of celebrations for their 10th anniversary. With help from music planner, Wang Xiaojing, the band embarked on its music journey in June, 2001. The group originally consisted of 12 classically-trained girls hailing from various conservatories across the country, but later included a 13th member. They became popular among music lovers by performing modern, pop-sounding music using traditional Chinese.

  • Shining Energy

    4:46

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    Shining Energy · Twelve Girls Band

    Shanghai

    ℗ 2007 The Blue Note Label Group

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Unknown, Other: Zhou Jiannan
    Associated Performer, Strings: Yang Songmie
    Associated Performer, Strings: Ma Jingjing
    Associated Performer, Pipa: Zhong Bao
    Associated Performer, Pipa: Zhang Kun
    Associated Performer, Pipa: Shi Juan
    Associated Performer, Woodwinds: Liao Binqu
    Associated Performer, Woodwinds: Sun Yuan
    Associated Performer, Violin: Sun Ting
    Associated Performer, Violin: Zhan Lijun
    Associated Performer, Violin: Yin Yan
    Associated Performer, Violin: Lei Ying
    Associated Performer, Violin: Jiang Jin
    Producer, Associated Performer, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar: Liang Jianfeng
    Associated Performer, Electric Guitar: Liang Yuheng
    Associated Performer, Keyboards, Piano: Ma Shangyou
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Zhang Zhang
    Associated Performer, Bass: Bao Jilu
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Chen Wei
    Associated Performer, Sound Design: Yan Chao
    Producer, Executive Producer: Benjamin Chen
    Producer, Executive Producer: Ian Ralfini
    Producer, Executive Producer: Gustavo Sagastume
    Producer, Executive Producer, Unknown, Other: Wang Xiaojing
    Producer, Executive Producer: Katia Yovanovic-Yaksic
    Producer: Bob Belden
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Mix Engineer: Richard King
    Studio Personnel, Mix Engineer: David Swope
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Mark Wilder
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Jin Shao Gang
    Studio Personnel, Production Coordinator: Ryan Murphy
    Studio Personnel, Production Coordinator: Sun Yigang
    Associated Performer, Drums: Zheng Zhaohui
    Composer: Liang Jianfeng

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Ying WANG - TUN TU/ 吞 吐

    10:18

    Ying WANG
    for Baritone Saxophone, Electronic Sounds and Real-Time Electronics
    为了低音萨克斯,电子音色以及实时音效而作
    03.31.2012 Ircam, Paris

  • Tchaikovsky : Piano Concerto No.1_1st mov. Pf. 블라디미르 옵치니코프 Vladimir Ovchinnikov

    21:55

    Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto No.1 (1st mov.)
    차이콥스키 - 피아노 협주곡 1번 (1악장)

    피아노 l 블라디미르 옵치니코프 Vladimir Ovchinnikov
    지휘 l 장윤성 Jang, Yun-Sung
    연주 l 코리아쿱오케스트라 Korea Coop Orchestra

    -

    러시아 명 피아노 협주곡 시리즈
    2019.11.09(토)
    예술의전당 콘서트홀

  • Ntlisten - Secrets

    3:47

    EP: 0507
    Year: 2011
    Pics: Zhang Lin Hai . Zhong Biao

  • High Mountain And Floating Water

    5:09

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    High Mountain And Floating Water · Twelve Girls Band

    Shanghai

    ℗ 2007 The Blue Note Label Group

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Unknown, Other: Zhou Jiannan
    Associated Performer, Strings: Yang Songmie
    Associated Performer, Strings: Ma Jingjing
    Associated Performer, Pipa: Zhong Bao
    Associated Performer, Pipa: Zhang Kun
    Associated Performer, Pipa: Shi Juan
    Associated Performer, Woodwinds: Liao Binqu
    Associated Performer, Woodwinds: Sun Yuan
    Associated Performer, Violin: Sun Ting
    Associated Performer, Violin: Zhan Lijun
    Associated Performer, Violin: Yin Yan
    Associated Performer, Violin: Lei Ying
    Associated Performer, Violin: Jiang Jin
    Producer, Associated Performer, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar: Liang Jianfeng
    Associated Performer, Electric Guitar: Liang Yuheng
    Associated Performer, Keyboards, Piano: Ma Shangyou
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Zhang Zhang
    Associated Performer, Bass: Bao Jilu
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Chen Wei
    Associated Performer, Sound Design: Yan Chao
    Producer, Executive Producer: Benjamin Chen
    Producer, Executive Producer: Ian Ralfini
    Producer, Executive Producer: Gustavo Sagastume
    Producer, Executive Producer, Unknown, Other: Wang Xiaojing
    Producer, Executive Producer: Katia Yovanovic-Yaksic
    Producer: Bob Belden
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Mix Engineer: Richard King
    Studio Personnel, Mix Engineer: David Swope
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Mark Wilder
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Jin Shao Gang
    Studio Personnel, Production Coordinator: Ryan Murphy
    Studio Personnel, Production Coordinator: Sun Yigang
    Associated Performer, Drums: Zheng Zhaohui
    Arranger, Work Arranger: Liang Jianfeng
    Arranger, Work Arranger: Jian Zhang
    Composer: Wang Xun Zhi

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • MaxSavikangas: Silvertone

    20:23

    Max Savikangas: Silvertone for oboe/english horn and ensemble (2017-19)

    World Premiere, September 12th 2019, Laurentius Hall, Lohja, Finland.

    József Hars, conductor
    Keijo Silventoinen, oboe/english horn solo
    Henrik Sandås, bandoneon
    Tuomo Lassila, percussion
    Maria Puusaari, violin 1
    Aleksi Kotila, violin 2
    Max Savikangas, viola
    Pinja Nuñez, violoncello
    Adrian Rigopulos, double bass

    Audio Recording: Max Savikangas
    Video recording and editing: Perttu Haapanen

    Concert was co-organized by the Lohja City Orchestra and Uusinta Ensemble.

    Performance material for Silvertone is distributed by Music Finland:


    Programme note

    Premiered in September 12th 2019 in Lohja, Finland in a co-concert organized by the Lohja City Orchestra and Uusinta Ensemble, my chamber concerto Silvertone for oboe/englinsh horn and ensemble is largely a portrait of my friend, oboist Keijo Silventoinen. I listened to Keijo’s stories, to his oboe playing and to his dreams of a new piece which would feature the oboe in a soloistic role. Hence we will hear my musical interpretation of Keijo as a person and a musician, of his mentioned dreams and also obviously of the oboe as a solo instrument. In my opinion, Silvertone brings the oboe into the spotlight in a new way, as a vital and potent solo intstrument of its own right. I also dare to claim that the solo part is absolutely idiomatically written for the oboe, in which Keijo’s support and help has been decisive! I also hope that Silvertone as a piece of music will give to the listeners a new, imaginative, energizing and positive musical experience.

    Keijo Silventoinen is a sensitive artist and he also has a great sense of humor and empathy. He values in music more the emotional truth than gimmicks, which I wanted to keep in mind when composing Silvertone and wanted to express my own emotional truth at the moment of composition in the pages of the score, perhaps in a slightly more direct manner than in some of my earlier compositions. However, it will still sound like contemporary music – as it should!

    Music is a phenomenon resembling language, but without semantics – I might be a composer partly because in music I can express and share thoughts and feelings for which I cannot find words.

    Silvertone is cast in one 20-minute movement and gradual changes between musical materials are typical, without clear boundaries between motives and sections. In my opinion, this gives drive and facility to the piece. The oboe solo cadenza by the end can also be performed as a separate solo oboe piece. The cadenza is not fully written out, but utilizes the Directed Modular-Transformative Improvisation Technique developed by me. Including improvisation means, I hope, that each performance will be somewhat different, which might help the piece to stay fresh and interesting over several performances.

    The instrumentation of Silvertone has been designed together with Keijo Silventoinen and his inspiring idea was to include the bandoneon, which is related to the concertina,
    a German folk instrument and also resembling the accordion by its timbre and sound production. Its role in the piece is to bind the solo oboe and the ensemble together on one hand and to play as the alter ego or counterpoint of the oboe on the other.

    The bandoneon is probably named after its German inventor Heinrich Band (1821–1860) and it was originally ment to be used in religious and popular music, but by the end of the 19th century it found its way to Argentina in the hands of sailors and emigrants and was adopted there as an essential part of the Argentinian tango orchestra. The sound of the bandoneon is attractively vivid, light and clear, but when required it’s also more piercing an projecting than the sound of the accordion. In addition, the accent technique played against the knee provides very striking and powerful effects. The bitonal and seemingly random keyboards of the bandoneon are difficult to learn, but as a reward they enable playing large intervals very fast and also some unique chord change repetitions. The bandoneon part of Silvertone is composed for the so called 142 -tone Rheinische Tonlage commonly used in Argentina.

    My warmest thanks belong to Keijo Silventoinen, who commissioned the work with the financial aid of the Madetoja Fund of the Society of Finnish Composers and Arts Promotion Centre Finland. I would also like to express my gratitude to Felix von Willebrand, the GM of the Lohja City Orchestra, who in an early stage of the composition project agreed that they will organize the World Premiere of the piece.

  • 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’.




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