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Playlist of Wu Wei/sheng || J.S.Bach : Air

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  • Wu Wei/sheng || J.S.Bach : Air -for sheng and Orchestra

    5:15

    J.S.Bach : Air -for sheng and Orchestra
    Sheng :Wu Wei
    conductor: Stefan Melzaw

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  • Wu Wei/Sheng || J.S.Bach: Andante, Violin Sonata No.2 BWV1003

    4:04

    J.S.Bach - Andante, Violin Sonata No.2 BWV1003 - for sheng and Holland Baroque ( Arr :Tineke Steenbrink)
    Wu Wei- Sheng
    Holland Baroque

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  • Johann Sebastian Bach - Air

    2:03

    This video is dedicated to a community cat - Darkie. Darkie was a kitten when I saw him a few years ago. One day, he went missing! Until today, I did not see Darkie again. I hope he is being adopted by someone who will take good care of him.

    Alto Sheng (中音笙) -

  • Wu Wei/Sheng || Enjott Schneider: Yin & Yang - concerto for sheng and orchestra 2017 ,

    33:11

    Enjott Schneider: Yin & Yang - concerto for sheng and orchestra 2017 (Premier),
    live concert on krasnoyasky international festival 2017.
    Conductor: Simon Gaudenz
    Sheng solist : Wu Wei
    Krasnoyasky chamber orchester
    Jilin Philharmonie ,China

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  • Holland Baroque & Wu Wei - La Folia

    6:42

    Holland Baroque with special guest Sheng player Wu Wei perform a coupure from La Folia: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741) /Bach/Geminiani/Wu Wei. Arrangeged by Judith Steenbrink

    Wu Wei - sheng, Tineke Steenbrink - harpsichord/ organ, Judith Steenbrink - violin, Chloe Prendergast - violin, Anna Jane Lester - violin, Filip Rekieć - violin, Emma Williams - violin, Emma van Schoonhoven - viola, Tomasz Pokrzywinski - cello, Michał Bąk - double bass, Matteo Rabolini - percussion,
    Holland baroque loves to share the stage with free spirits in order to create a paradise for curious people.

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    This video was recorded in TivoliVredenburg for VPRO Vrije Geluiden: music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organization VPRO


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  • Wu Wei-sheng|| Huang Ruo:the colore yellow

    4:25

    Wu Wei/Sheng||Ruo Huang: the colore yellow -concerto for sheng and Orchestra (2008)
    WU Wei-Sheng
    Brandenburger Symphony Orchestra
    conductor:Michael Helmrath

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  • Music from Nowhere by Tim Risher, for flute and sheng

    9:14

    The premiere performance of Music from Nowhere, an original composition by the American composer Tim Risher (b. 1957).

    The performers are Dr. Kathleen Joyce-Grendahl, flute, and David Badagnani, sheng (Chinese mouth organ).

    The performance took place as part of the spring concert of the Kent State University Chinese Ensemble, in Carl F. W. Ludwig Recital Hall, Music and Speech Building, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, United States, on April 20, 1998.

    This work was composed for David Badagnani while the composer was living in Hamburg, Germany. The original scoring is for dizi (Chinese bamboo flute) and sheng (Chinese mouth organ). It is the second of three works Risher has composed for Chinese instruments, the others including Elysian and The Petal Falling (1997), which were also composed for David Badagnani.

  • Instrument: Sheng

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    What is the Chinese sheng? Virtuoso sheng player Wu Wei introduces this fascinating and versatile instrument, ahead of his performance with the Philharmonia Orchestra in London on Friday 5 April. Look out for our full-length film next week, to be released Friday 15 March.

    Book tickets for 5 April:

  • Wu Wei - Sheng Solo- Noo Ones Live in LantarenVenster

    7:43

    The band consists of five musicians from very different musical backgrounds living in the Netherlands:
    from India: Satyakam Mohkamsing -- violin
    from Surinam: Andro Biswane -- guitar
    from Scotland: Alan Purves -- percussion
    from Rotterdam: Klaas Hekman -- bass saxophone, flute, piccolo, shakuhachi
    from Amsterdam: Joost Buis -- trombone

    They invited for this new program Higgledy Piggledy (Schots en Scheef) the world famous Sheng soloist WU Wei.

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  • Wu wei

    3:54

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Wu wei · Chinese Traditional

    Chine - China: The Sun and the Moon / Le soleil et la lune (Air Mail Music Collection)

    ℗ Playasound

    Released on: 2006-11-01

    Author: Various
    Composer: Various

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • MM 笙與小提琴 Sheng & Violin

    4:01

    MM 笙與小提琴 Sheng & Violin

  • Wu Wei

    16:21

    “It doesn’t belong just to the Chinese, it’s kind of a present for all the people.”

    Wu Wei is a virtuosic performer on the sheng, a Chinese mouth organ. Michael Fuller, double bass player with the Philharmonia Orchestra, finds out how his desire to find a role for himself and his instrument beyond geographical and musical borders led him from Shanghai to Berlin, and from listening to his father playing traditional Chinese melodies to creating new music with composers and orchestras from around the world.

    You can hear Wu Wei playing music written for him by Jukka Tiensuu (Finland), Guoping Jia (China) and Ondrej Adámek (Czech Republic) in the Philharmonia Orchestra’s Music of Today concert, Friday 5 April 2019, 6pm, at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall.



    But first, Mike and Wu Wei get to know each other with a bit of Vivaldi...

  • Wu Wei-Sheng||Enjott Schneider:Tiger, Dog & Rooster -concerto for sheng and Percussion 2016

    7:37

    Enjott Schneider :Tiger, Dog & Rooster : concerto for sheng, percussion & orchestra 2016
    Dedicated to Li Biao and Wu Wei.

    First Performance: 26 August 2016 in Beijing/ NCPA National Center of Performing Arts with WuWei (Sheng), Li Biao (Percussion), Orchestra of NCPA, Claus Peter Flor (Conductor) Opening concert of the CHINA NCPA INTERNATIONAL PERCUSSION MUSIC FESTIVAL

    Tiger, Hund & Hahn : Konzert für Sheng, Percussion & Orchester

  • Wu Wei @ November Music 2014

    10:56

    Wu Wei is one of the world's best sheng players, I asked him about the instrument and his versatile music. He played at November Music in 's-Hertogenbosch together with Franz von Chossy and had some solo performances. Incl. demonstration.

  • Wu Man & Wu Wei - Dance of the Dragon

    5:45

    Live at Morgenland Festival Osnabrück 2018
    Dance of the Dragon by Nie Er, arranged by Wu Wei
    Wu Man, pipa
    Wu Wei, sheng

  • Wu Wei & Salman Gambarov live at Morgenland Festival Osnabrück

    11:35

    Wu Wei, sheng
    Salman Gambarov, piano

    live sound: Martin Schmeing
    sound recording by Walter Quintus
    camera: Michel Links, Philipp Meise
    editing Philipp Meise
    Morgenland Festival Osnabrück 2016

  • 笙、小提琴、手风琴三重奏《G弦的咏叹调》 Sheng,Violin,Bayan Trio “Air” by J.S.Bach

    4:48

    作曲:J.S.巴赫
    改编:钟之岳
    笙独奏:钟之岳
    小提琴:沈婷
    巴扬手风琴:张妍
    地点:上海音乐学院小音乐厅
    时间:2007.10.9
    音乐会名称:钟之岳笙硕士音乐会

    Composer:J.S.Bach
    Arranger:Zhong zhiyue
    Sheng:Zhong zhiyue
    Violin: Shen Ting
    Bayan: Zhang Yan
    Venue:Shanghai Conservatory of Music Concert Hall
    Date:09/10/2007
    Title: Zhong zhiyue Sheng Recital

  • Wu Wei-Sheng||Liza Lim: How Forests Think 2016

    35:17

    Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival 2017
    conductor: Baldur Brönnimann | Sheng : Wu Wei
    International Contemporary Ensemble

    Liza Lim: How Forests Think

    Composer's Notes

    How Forests think reflects on the work of anthropologist Eduardo Kohn who writes about forest ecologies as the 'living thought' of human and non-human selves. Each of these selves may have its own subjectivity, creating the world with its own registers of knowledge, sensation and meaning. These selves organize into communities: in ancient forests, a stump may be kept alive for centuries by the surrounding trees through underground fungal networks that nourish the old connections and keep a song going. One might think of a forest as a choir or certainly as an ensemble. Stories, dreams and thoughts inhabit multiple forms in a living matrix; they ask us to look beyond our limited human gaze and limited human time-span.

    How Forests think is music made from assemblages of instruments whose qualities are like tendrils looking for places on which to clasp and entangle themselves. Its forms are emergent, like plants growing toward light and water; like mycelial strands entwining with tree roots in a co-evolving internet of plant-life. The music emerges out of criss-crossing conversations patterned like roots, vines, fungal networks; or like airborne, insect and animal-borne cross-pollinations (the breath, the buzz, the scratch, the love songs), where one thing looks for best fit with another.

    The Chinese sheng is an instrument with a 4,000-year old lineage, and Wu Wei has been instrumental in developing the 37-pipe sheng for contemporary music. The cluster of bamboo tubes is activated by the musician's breath vibrating internal reeds, making flutters traditionally associated with the mythical phoenix that rises from the ashes of its own funeral pyre. There is something intensely organic in how the interactions between breath and reed and bamboo pipe create a flowering of sound that may not be completely predictable - one hears a trace of the wind in the forest. Neither the wind nor any weather, nor growing things can be completely controlled, contained or resisted - there is a tempest of forces that dwells in the forest. That tempest is also a song in us. —Liza Lim

  • 文成公主 Princess Wencheng 笙協奏曲 Sheng Concerto

    20:22

    B.C. Chinese Orchestra Canada 150 Silk Bamboo and Maple Music Festival

    May 20, 2017 Vancouver Playhouse

    Princess Wencheng - Yang Gao, Shigong Zhang, Fu Tang
    文成公主 - 高揚、張式功、唐富
    Conductor: Peggy Hua
    指揮: 華偲然
    Soloist: Tim Chan
    擉奏: 陳穎添

    笙協奏曲《文成公主》由引子奏出頌歌的主題旋律,技巧方面大部分運用笙獨有的花舌音表現出公主的倩容。也間接體現出唐朝的繁烦昌盛,講述了藏使求婚,文成公主於長安惜別的情緒,樂曲經過講述婚禮大典,漢藏合歡,體現出藏族人民歡迎文成公主的到來,作者把環境的描寫和人物的咸情抒發,精密巧妙地揉合在一條起伏的旋律線上。用獨奏笙通過三吐音型奏主旋律,樂隊烘托,音樂濃墨重彩地渲染了良辰吉E的喜悅氣氛採用低音嗩吶模仿喇嘛寺的丈長大嗩吶的吹奏效果,它像徵著漢藏民族和睦團結的力量堅不可摧。文成公主的功德永垂史冊-該曲是近年來具有東北韻味民族器樂曲創作中少有的優秀作品。

    〔一〕大唐盛景公主倩容〔二〕藏使求婚長安惜別〔三〕風雪途中文成思漢〔四〕婚禮大典漢藏合歡

    Princess Wencheng is an unique sheng concerto piece that introduces the carol in the prelude. The different techniques of sheng demonstrated in this piece are predominantly used to illustrate the beauty of the princess as well as the prosperity o the Tang dynasty. This piece tells a story that begins with a proposal from a Tibetan ambassador, and ends with the sorrows of Princess Wencheng having to leave the capital city, Chang An. The chapters describe not only the wedding party, but also the warm welcome that the Tibetan people gave to Princess Wencheng, showing the unity between Tibetan and Han people. The composer emphasized on the emotions felt by the people, and intricately incorporated them into the flow of the piece. Solo sheng, together with the orchestra and the bass suona completes the celebratory ambiance - celebrating the wedding as well as the unity between Han and Tibet.

    Movement I - Prosperity of Tang Dynasty, Beauty of Princess
    Movement II - Proposal from Tibet, Sorrow of Leaving Chang An
    Movement III - In Midst of Snow and Wind, Princess weeps for Han
    Movement IV - Wedding Celebration, Han and Tibet United

  • Antonio Vivaldi ft. Wu Wei, Holland Baroque - Trio Sonata in D Minor “La Follia” HIGH QUALITY AUDIO

    9:19

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  • How Forests Think: III. Pollen

    5:30

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    How Forests Think: III. Pollen · Wei Wu

    The Wreck of Former Boundaries

    ℗ 2017 Huddersfield Contemporary Records

    Released on: 2017-05-19

    Artist: Wei Wu
    Conductor: Carl Rosman
    Ensemble: Elision Ensemble
    Composer: Liza Lim

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • VIVALDI LA FOLIA * WuWei * Martin Stegner * Matthew McDonald

    9:13

    WuWei Sheng
    Martin Stegner Viola
    Matthew McDonald Sheng

    © M.Stegner 2015

  • Wu Wei : Calling

    4:35

    Wu Wei : Calling
    Wu Wei - 37s Sheng,
    Gert Anklam -Sax.Sheng
    Live concert in HKDW Berlin

  • HKO Screen - sheng soloist Wu Wei

    4:57

    We Wei is an experti in Chinese instrument sheng.
    Helsinki Philharmonic performs the Sheng Concerto by composer Unsuk Chin under the baton of Matthias Pintscher.

  • Wu Man & Wu Wei - Impressions about a dance song of Yi

    7:33

    Improvisation by Wu Man & Wu Wei
    Live at Morgenland Festival Osnabrück

  • Wuwei trio

    2:32

    Tema Bienaventuranza !!! Grabado en el Teatro Colonial el 12 de Junio del 2014 !!!

  • WU WEI & GUUS JANSSEN / Sheng & pipe organ / Passang /Toulouse les Orgues

    6:03

    23e Festival international Toulouse les Orgues
    Concert De souffle et de rythme
    Passang de Guus Janssen
    Wu Wei, sheng
    Guus Janssen, orgue

    Temple du Salin, Toulouse
    Concert en partenariat avec le Festival de Haarlem et Orgelpark, Amsterdam
    Vidéo tournée et enregistrée par les étudiants d'ACT Formation
    miniature©Alexandre Ollier

  • 大提琴奇葩利普金與布魯塞爾室內樂團2016.03.31國家音樂廳

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    2016.03.31 國家音樂廳 大提琴奇葩利普金宇布魯塞爾室內樂團

  • BACH BWV 525 2. Movement * WuWei * Martin Stegner * Matthew McDonald

    5:13

    BACH Trio BWV 525 2. Movement
    for Sheng, Viola and DoubleBass

    WuWei Sheng
    Martin Stegner Viola
    Matthew McDonald Sheng

    © M.Stegner 2015

  • Wu Wei-Sheng|| Klaus Hinrich Stahmer: You Qing for sheng solo 2016

    10:36

    Klaus Hinrich Stahmer: You Qing (friendship) for sheng solo 2016
    sheng solo: Wu Wei
    live concert on krasnoyasky international festival 2017.

  • Taiji II Naoyuki Manabe für Sho und Sheng

    12:47

    Taiji II 対峙II
    Naoyuki Manabe 真鍋尚之
    Sho:Naoyuki Manabe Sheng:Wu Wei
    2012.12.25. Tokyo Opera City

  • Renatas Nyckelharpa

    2:59

    Description

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

    15:52

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

  • Holland Baroque & Wu Wei in Telemann

    1:19

    Holland Baroque likes to share the stage with playful, inspiring musicians. Composer and improviser Wu Wei is such a musician.

    Wu Wei can do everything with the sheng, the Chinese mouth organ that represents three thousand years of Chinese music culture and that is a miracle of harmony, melody and rhythmic possibilities.

    Why does a baroque orchestra meet a sheng player?

    The actual encounter of orchestra and musical guest always takes place in the field of a shared sound world. Holland Baroque and Wu Wei connect the beautiful sheng sound with baroque music and hear that old traditions and exotic instruments can produce new stories.

    The result is a concert of new and old compositions that tells one thing in particular: Music is alive and continues to be so when creative spirits leap upon music that still has a huge power of expressiveness today. Whether that is music from Western or Eastern cultures, composed or improvised music is no longer relevant.

    Sheng means hope and hope is life, says Wu Wei. He is a modern musician who carries out an ancient tradition. It’s no coincidence that on Wu Wei’s sheng case a sticker is stuck with his motto: Gutes bleibt, neues kommt”. A motto that Holland Baroque can relate to very wel. Cherish what needs to be preserved and be open to new sounds. Because Holland Baroque thinks old music does not exist. The music is only finished when you play it.

    Program:
    Purcell, Bach, Vivaldi, Telemann, Rameau, Rebel, Leclair l’Ainné and Wu Wei.

  • Interlude by Wu Wei

    4:21

    Wu Wei, sheng

    Concert 22 October 2015
    Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ Amsterdam

  • Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major - Air On The G String

    5:44

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major - Air On The G String · The New Age Orchestra

    The Most Relaxing Collection Ever Made

    ℗ 2008 Big Eye Records

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Tango quasi Andante

    5:59

    Tango quasi Andante (nach BWV 1003, Andante C-Dur, J. S. Bach)

    FLUTTERBAND TRIO

    Hans-Christian Jaenicke - Violin
    Cyrille Guignard - Piano
    Bernd von Ostrowski - Double-Bass

    Alfred-Schnittke-Academy international, Hamburg
    2016


  • Holland Baroque & Wu Wei with ‘Chaos’ Jean Féry Rebel

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    Holland Baroque likes to share the stage with playful, inspiring musicians. Composer and improviser Wu Wei is such a musician.

    Wu Wei can do everything with the sheng, the Chinese mouth organ that represents three thousand years of Chinese music culture and that is a miracle of harmony, melody and rhythmic possibilities.

    Why does a baroque orchestra meet a sheng player?

    The actual encounter of orchestra and musical guest always takes place in the field of a shared sound world. Holland Baroque and Wu Wei connect the beautiful sheng sound with baroque music and hear that old traditions and exotic instruments can produce new stories.

    The result is a concert of new and old compositions that tells one thing in particular: Music is alive and continues to be so when creative spirits leap upon music that still has a huge power of expressiveness today. Whether that is music from Western or Eastern cultures, composed or improvised music is no longer relevant.

    Sheng means hope and hope is life, says Wu Wei. He is a modern musician who carries out an ancient tradition. It’s no coincidence that on Wu Wei’s sheng case a sticker is stuck with his motto: Gutes bleibt, neues kommt”. A motto that Holland Baroque can relate to very wel. Cherish what needs to be preserved and be open to new sounds. Because Holland Baroque thinks old music does not exist. The music is only finished when you play it.

    Program:
    Purcell, Bach, Vivaldi, Telemann, Rameau, Rebel, Leclair l’Ainné and Wu Wei.

  • Wu Wei -Sheng | Enjott Schneider:Earth and fire- sheng concerto -Part I

    21:31

    Enjott Schneider:Earth and Fire- concerto for sheng and chinese orchestra 2017
    Kaohsiung chinese orchestra
    指挥: 郭哲诚
    笙独奏:吴巍
    高雄国乐团协奏,
    高雄的春天艺术节2017.

  • Tagiev Chamber Orchestra performs J S Bach, Air on a G String

    4:45

    Recorded by
    From the Concert at the Stephen Bean Theatre, John Paul College,
    Brisbane, Australia

  • Air on the G String 笙五重奏 - Raffles Alumni Chinese Orchestra

    5:50

    Raffles Alumni Chinese Orchestra 莱佛士校友华乐团

    Air on the G String
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
    Arranged by: ZHONG Zhi Yue 钟之岳 改编
    Performed by Raffles Alumni Chinese Orchestra Sheng Quintet 莱佛士校友华乐团 笙五重奏
    Performers: Chow Yongsheng 周詠勝, Claire Tan Rui Ting 陈瑞婷, Liu Hongwan 刘宏万, Tang Si Yan Grace 邓思妍, Ng Yong Quan Aaron 黄詠權

    Performed @ Singapore Conference Hall
    27 July 2013

    The Raffles Alumni Chinese Orchestra is made up of Chinese orchestra enthusiasts from the Raffles family of schools in Singapore - Raffles Institution, Raffles Girls' School, and Raffles Junior College.

  • Wu Wei Trio - All the things you are

    4:53

    21/06/19 - Ankara - Haymatlos

  • LIVE J.S.Bach Sonata BWV 1014 Andante|Sheng-Fang Chiu

    3:13

    For you, mama.

    J.S.Bach Sonata BWV 1014
    III. Andante

    Sheng-Fang Chiu 邱聖芳, recorder
    Nicholas Parle, harpsichord

    Live recorded excerpt from Bach for All Festival 2019 Opening Concert 26.03.2019
    recording © Bach for All Festival Prague
    image © Theresa Pewal

  • Enjott Schneider: Concerto for sheng and Orchestra 2003

    5:27

    Enjott Schneider: Concerto for sheng and Orchestra 2003 (Kandenz)
    Sheng Soloist: WU Wei
    Conductor: Renchang Fu
    BSO,Germany

  • Fantasy for Sheng and Guitar

    3:43

    Wu Wei: sheng
    Christiaan de Jong: classical guitar
    Improvisation based on a twelve tone row

    duet for sheng and flute:

  • “静心。花海” (Jingxin. huahai) for sheng solo_CHONG Kee Yong

    15:00

    Zeitströme Festival (Ludwigshöhstrasse 120, 64285 Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany)

    Wed 22-2-2017, 19:30pm
    Recital II: Wu Wei, Sheng
    “静心。花海” (Jingxin. huahai) composed by CHONG Kee Yong
    Recorded and video edited by Masahiro Nishio

  • Wang Li et Wu Wei en concert à Paris 2016 - part.2

    5:05

    Auditorium du Musée Guimet le 15 janvier 2016

  • WU WEI & WANG LI À PAIMPOL / Festival du Chant de Marin - 11 août 2017

    6:20

    Extrait du concert de Wu Wei & Wang Li sous le cabaret Michel-Tonnerre, au festival du Chant de Marin de Paimpol, dans les Côtes-d'Armor, le vendredi 11 août 2017.

    Wang Li et Wu Wei jouent respectivement de la guimbarde chinoise et du sheng. Dit comme cela, l’histoire paraît peu vraisemblable…

    C’est pourtant à l’une des rencontres musicales les plus étonnantes que vous convient deux immenses artistes issus d’Orient qui, de Paris à Berlin, se sont trouvés – autour d’un souffle, d’un temps différent, d’harmoniques saisissant l’auditeur de façon tellurique.

    Entre l’orgue à bouche chinois et une multitude d’instruments dont font partie les corps-même des musiciens, l’expérience mérite d’être vécue, l’expérience d’un son tout simplement… indescriptible !

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  • Wu Man and Johannes Moser: Sheng Duo

    2:49

    Chinese folk songs by Bright Sheng performed by Wu Man and cellist Johannes Moser.

  • Gabriel Iranyi, Qin Yufen

    15:19

    Uraufführung der Komposition Hidden Landscapes von Gabriel Iranyi anläßlich der Ausstellungseröffnung Qin Yufen - Leben im Kulturhaus Schwartzsche Villa, Berlin am 28. Juni 2018 mit Wu Wei (Sheng) und Ehrengard von Gemmingen (Violoncello). Henry Mex (Video), Dietrich Petzold (Ton). Gefördert aus Mitteln des Bezirkskulturfonds. Im Auftrag des Fachbereichs Kultur Steglitz-Zehlendorf von Berlin.

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