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Playlist of Ye Xiaogang

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  • Ye Xiaogang, Twilight of the Himalayas, Op 68

    23:38

    Ye Xiaogang, Twilight of the Himalayas, Op. 68

    Liu Shen, boy soprano
    Shi Yijie, tenor
    Shenyang, bass - baritone
    Huang Mengla, violin
    Su Chang, guzheng
    Hu Shengnan, percussion
    Song Siheng, piano

    Shanghai Opera House Chorus
    Shanghai Symphony Orchestra
    Long Yu, conductor


    Ye Xiaogang (simplified Chinese: 叶小纲; traditional Chinese: 葉小綱; pinyin: Yè Xiǎogāng; born September 23, 1955) is one of China's most active and most famous composers of contemporary classical music.
    Ye was born in Shanghai in 1955. He studied at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing from 1978 to 1983, under the composer Du Mingxin. He then studied at the Eastman School of Music beginning in 1987. His teachers include Alexander Goehr.

    He teaches at the Central Conservatory of Music, where he serves as Assistant President and vice dean of the composition department.

    His Starry Sky was premiered at the opening ceremony of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. In the summer of 2006, Ye took part in the inaugural Composer Alive! transpacific correspondence project with Accessible Contemporary Music in Chicago, Illinois. This project consisted of Ye composing a piece, Datura, and sending its fragments as they were completed to Chicago, electronically. They were subsequently read by ACM's performance ensemble and posted to the Internet for Ye's approval. The project culminated with Ye traveling to the United States for the completed work's premiere performance.

    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.

  • Ye Xiaogang Pipa Concerto.flv

    20:41

    Performed by Liu Guilian of Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble
    4th Chinese Culture Festival, Concert Live Recording
    March 3, 2012
    Mt Baker Theater, Bellingham, Washington USA
    Artistic Director: Austin Huang

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  • Xiaogang Ye: The Tianjin Suite - National Youth Orchestra of China

    5:12

    National Youth Orchestra of China at Young Euro Classic 2019

    XIAOGANG YE: Sunlight and Twilight from The Tianjin Suite (2016, German Premiere)

    Conductor: Ludovic Morlot

    05/08/2019, Konzerthaus Berlin
    In cooperation with ARTE Concert and EuroArts Music

  • Enchanted Bamboo - Tetris String Quartet, featuring San Jittakarn, pno.

    10:25

    13 July 2012 - Thailand International Composition Festival, Mahidol University College of Music (Bangkok, Thailand), Tetris String Quartet, Pauline Kim Harris, vln., Rachel Golub, vln., Dov Scheindlin, vla., Dave Eggar, vc., San Jittakarn, pno.

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  • Xiaogang Ye, Nine horses for ten players

    8:52

    New music from China

  • The Bright March by YE Xiaogang

    7:10

    Lofty Mountains and Flowing Water
    Tsingtao International Music Festival
    August 4, 2019

    The Bright March
    Composer: Xiaogang YE
    Erhu: SONG Fei
    Piano:David QU

    The Bright March was a solo piece for erhu, composed by Maestro LIU Tianhu in the early 20th century. The piece showed the composer’s longing for a bright future in his contemporary circumstance. 100 years later, when composer Xiaogang Ye visited Wuxi City of the Jiangsu Province, and traced music maestros LIU Tianhua and A’bing’s life footsteps in their hometown, he decided to compose 6 works for Chinese traditional music with the same names of the two maestros’ works. And the works are The Bright March, Listening to the Pine, The shaking Candlelight and the Shadow, The Cold Spring Wind, The Dragon Boat, and An Imagination of Music and Dance.

    The Bright March is Xiaogang Ye’s first one among the 6 works for Chinese traditional music. It was commissioned by LIU Tianhua and A’bing Foundation in 2016, and then premiered by SONG Fei, a famous erhu soloist at China National Center for the Performing and Arts in Beijing in the same year. The new piece didn’t adopt any music elements from LIU Tianhua’s original work, and was totally newly conceived by the composer. The piece is to express the composer’s admiration and thoughts to Maestro LIU Tianhua. The new piece is full of optimism and passion, which showing great expectation of the composer of the new generation. The piece has been presented in Beijing, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, and Nanjing, etc. and were well received. The US performance of this piece will be the world premiere of the chamber music version of The Bright March.

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  • Xiaogang: Twilight of the Himalayas, Op. 68

    23:38

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Xiaogang: Twilight of the Himalayas, Op. 68 · Liu Shen · Shi Yijie · Su Chang · Shanghai Opera House Chorus · Shanghai Symphony Orchestra · Long Yu

    Great Recordings

    ℗ 2017 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2019-10-18

    Producer: Wang Xiaoting
    Producer, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Balance Engineer: Liu Da
    Composer Lyricist: Ye Xiaogang

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  • Xiaogang Ye, Namucuo Op. 53 - plays Sergey Belyavskiy

    7:10

    Sergey Belyavskiy plays contemporary Chinese music by Xiaogang Ye
    Live from Beijing 2016

  • Ye Xiao-gang Nine Horses - City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong & Jean Thorel

    8:12

    Conducted by Jean Thorel, City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong plays Ye Xiao-gang's Nine Horses, Op. 19 at the Sha Tin Town Hall Auditorium, June 2009. For more details, please browse

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  • 古筝《林泉》· 夏菁 | Guzheng The Spring in the Forest · Xia Jing

    7:50

    2009年第七届金钟奖古筝比赛实况
    作曲:叶小纲
    指导老师:林玲教授
    The 7th Golden Bell Guzheng Competition in 2009
    Composed by Xiaogang Ye
    Adviser: Ling Lin

  • Sors Etude with guitar, string quartet + chinese pipa

    3:17

    Guitar+Chinese Pipa+Strings

    Stephen Chau & Friends Concert
    Guitar : Stephen Chau
    Chinese Pipa : Oasis Li
    Violins Jensen Lung, Connie Lam
    Viola : Kenny Choy
    Cello : Holly Yip
    Date : 20th August 2018
    Venue : Lecture Hall, Sheung Wan Civic Centre

    YouTube channel : museensemble1
    Facebook page : 妙思樂社 Muse Music Services

  • Ai De Tao Bing

    4:30

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Ai De Tao Bing · Alan Tam

    Mi Huo

    ℗ 1987 Universal Music Ltd.

    Released on: 1988-01-01

    Composer: Alan Tam
    Author: Yuen Leung Poon

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  • Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 23

    9:38

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 23 · Xiaotang Tan

    Chopin - Xiaogang Ye - Qigang Chen

    ℗ 2011 Tudor

    Released on: 2011-08-02

    Artist: Xiaotang Tan
    Composer: Fryderyk Chopin

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  • DJ 中英文慢搖 New Mandarin Chinese Club Dance Music 2016

    1:12:29

    DJ 中英文慢搖 New Mandarin Chinese Club Dance Music 2016 (Ap娛樂) Dual Hi Park (Xiaogang & Kk Exclusive)
    DJ 中英文慢搖

  • Xiaogang Ye comments…

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    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Xiaogang Ye comments… · Bowling Green Philharmonia · Emily Freeman Brown · Xiaogang Ye

    New Music From Bowling Green, Vol. 7

    ℗ 2017 Albany Records

    Released on: 2017-02-01

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  • IC2014: Xiaogang Ye on melodic dragons biting their tails

    1:12

    Distinguished Guest Composer Xiaogang Ye describes Chinese melodies as dragons biting their tails. The Intimacy of Creativity 2014 Lunchtime Lectures: A Conversation Between Xiaogang Ye and Bright Sheng on the campus of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

  • Moon Over the West River, Op. 14

    14:21

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Moon Over the West River, Op. 14 · Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

    The First Contemporary Chinese Composers Festival 1986

    ℗ 2016 Marco-Polo

    Released on: 2016-03-04

    Orchestra: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
    Conductor: Kenneth Schermerhorn
    Composer: Ye Xiaogang

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  • YE Guohui : Sunset in Yangguan - Live performance in Beijing

    11:49

    YE Guohui : Sunset in Yangguan - Live performance in Beijing :
    2015 / 07 / 23 - Beijing International Composition Workshop
    Ensemble NODUS, Denis COHEN, direction / Keiko MURAKAMI, flute / Alain DAMIENS, clarinette / Alexandra GREFFIN - KLEIN, violin / Elodie GAUDET, viola / Alexis DESCHARMES, cello / Dimitri VASSILAKIS, piano / Hélène COLOMBOTTI, percussion / HU Yu, zhonghu / WANG Qian, zheng / SUN Jing, pipa / ZHENG Yang, sheng

  • The Macau Bride Suite, Op. 34: I. Return to Sea

    3:41

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    The Macau Bride Suite, Op. 34: I. Return to Sea · Mingyan Liu

    Naxos April 2014 New Release Sampler

    ℗ 2014 Naxos
    ℗ 2014 Naxos Special Projects

    Released on: 2014-04-01

    Artist: Mingyan Liu
    Choir: Macau Youth Choir
    Conductor: Jia Lu
    Orchestra: Macau Orchestra
    Composer: Xiaogang Ye
    Editor: Gerhard Betz

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  • 袁莎古箏獨奏:林泉 Chinese zither-Guzheng : Spring in the Forest

    7:52

    作曲Composer:葉小綱 YE Xiao-gang
    古箏Guzheng player:袁莎 YUAN Sha

    1.
    創作於2001年,作曲家以現代手法譜成,並繼承、延伸了中國傳統五聲音階與音調,力圖充分挖掘古箏這件古老樂器的內在潛力,使其煥發新的活力。樂曲描繪「水生於泉、聚於溪、匯於海」景象,集中各種高難度的演奏技術,同時又有著清新優美的旋律線,豐富多變的節奏形態和多種層次的音色要求,同時也蘊含著深邃的美學思想,是一首被社會音樂生活廣泛認可讚揚並雅俗共賞的古箏獨奏曲。

    2005年袁莎首演,在中國第五屆「中國音樂金鐘獎」的作品比賽中獲得唯一的作品比賽金獎。

    2.
    水是中國文人及音樂家歷來所鍾愛的表演主題,其特性往往被賦予哲學的含意。作曲加以11個部分描寫水的特性與變化。樂曲在箏的不同音區以不同的調式採用了五聲、六聲音階所交替的定位方式。

    Water was been a favorite of Chinese poets and musicians. It is often used to characterize and bestow philosophical meaning. The composer depicts the character and transformation of water over eleven sections using pentatonic and hexatonic scales in varied octaves and keys.

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  • IC2014: Bright Sheng on the music of Xiaogang Ye

    1:01

    Bright Sheng describes the music of Distinguished Guest Composer Xiaogang Ye at The Intimacy of Creativity 2014 Lunchtime Lectures: A Conversation Between Xiaogang Ye and Bright Sheng on the campus of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

  • The Macau Bride Suite, Op. 34: II. Blessings and Devotion

    3:11

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    The Macau Bride Suite, Op. 34: II. Blessings and Devotion · Macau Youth Choir

    Requiem: 30 Serene Choral Masterpieces

    ℗ 2014 Naxos

    Released on: 2014-08-12

    Choir: Macau Youth Choir
    Conductor: Jia Lu
    Orchestra: Macau Orchestra
    Composer: Xiaogang Ye

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  • Qiao Zhang: Xiaogang Ye - December Chrysanthemum, Op. 52

    7:12

    请订阅频道:

    From the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing
    First round of the semi-final of the First Beijing Nicolet International Flute Competition in 2006

    Qiao Zhang from China plays
    Ye Xiaogang - December Chrysanthemum, Op. 52

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    About the composition:
    Ye Xiaogang, renowned contemporary composer of China, was specially invited to compose a musical piece Chrysanthemum of December. This is an all-new modern piece of music that conforms to the teaching and performance ideals of Mr. Nicolet, who places special emphasis on and has made studies of modern music. The piece is both Chinese and modern, and its style is one of mutual interest for both Chinese and international performers.

  • A Happy Little Horse by Xiaogang Ye

    4:16

    Man Xu plays A Happy Little Horse.

    Read and download the score on Notafina

    The Petrushka Project is an unprecedented international live concert and commissioning initiative presented by Schott Music, boasting premieres of 75 solo piano pieces by a wide range of composers around the world. The Project affords a rare and unique opportunity for the infusion of a huge variety of new piano works into the international repertoire. Composers from 26 countries took part in Petrushka Project 2012, and the Project will be continued in the coming years.

    A Happy Little Horse is my present for Peter Hanser-Strecker for his 70th birthday. Peter was born in 1942 which was the year of the Horse in the Chinese Zodiac according to whic a happy little horse is a good joke. The music in this work is not to express a certain kind of mood. It just adopts the pentatonic scale in an oriental style such as the loose rhythm of the Chinese nuo opera to show the joke. I wish that Mr. Peter Hanser-Strecker and everyone who happens to listen to this music piece will be happy as the horse is. (Xiaogang Ye, June 2012)

    - The entire Dances of Our Time collection is available at

  • Sibei Weng: Xiaogang Ye - December Chrysanthemum, Op. 52

    8:18

    请订阅频道:

    From the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing
    First round of the semi-final of the First Beijing Nicolet International Flute Competition in 2006

    Sibei Weng from China plays
    Ye Xiaogang - December Chrysanthemum, Op. 52

    Watch also the other performances of this competition:

    Subscribe to I SEE MUSIC on YouTube:
    订阅我们的频道,带给你更多音乐享受:

    About the composition:
    Ye Xiaogang, renowned contemporary composer of China, was specially invited to compose a musical piece Chrysanthemum of December. This is an all-new modern piece of music that conforms to the teaching and performance ideals of Mr. Nicolet, who places special emphasis on and has made studies of modern music. The piece is both Chinese and modern, and its style is one of mutual interest for both Chinese and international performers.

  • Piano Trio, Op. 59

    7:59

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Piano Trio, Op. 59 · Haydn Trio Eisenstadt

    Piano Trios - Krammer, G. / Woolrich, J. / Ye, X.G. / Doderer, J. / Ndodana-Breen, B. / Sanchez-Verdu, J. (Dedicated To Haydn)

    ℗ 2009 CapriccioNR

    Released on: 2009-08-01

    Ensemble: Haydn Trio Eisenstadt
    Composer: Xiaogang Ye

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  • Ye Yan

    5:14

    - A video montage from the film Ye Yan directed by Xiaogang Feng. Music used in this video - Temple by Tiago Benzinho from the album One - download at:


    other links:


  • Ye Xiao-gang Spring in the Forest for solo 古箏 gu-zheng played by Yu-Chen Wang

    8:40

    2006年5月6日,國家音樂廳演奏廳,兩廳院傳統器樂新秀
    葉小鋼『林泉』Ye Xiao-gang's zheng solo piece Spring in the Forest
    gu-zheng古箏:Yu-Chen Wang 王于真
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    Please visit :

  • Sea and Sky

    2:18

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    Sea and Sky · Michel Legrand

    Tales from Vienna Woods

    ℗ 2018 HHO

    Released on: 2019-01-21

    Composer: Hal Shaper
    Composer: Michel Legrand
    Music Publisher: Sparta-Florida Music Group LTD

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Xiaogang Ye - Ballade - Horacio Lavandera

    6:23

    Ballade opus 25 for piano by Xiaogang Ye (1955*)

    Horacio Lavandera, piano

    Recorded Live. Madrid 2009

  • Starry Sky for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra

    9:37

    Opening Concert of Tsingtao International Music Festival
    August 2, 2019
    Qingdao Grand Theatre
    Qingdao, China

    Xiaogang YE
    Starry Sky for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra
    Yuan Jie, piano
    Qingdao Education Bureau Choir
    Tsingtao International Music Festival Orchestra
    Yongyan HU, conductor

    Starry Sky was originated from director Zhang Yimou’s idea for the opening ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics. Zhang invited pianist Lang Lang to perform at the center stage of the National Stadium (known as the Bird’s Nest), accompanied by thousands of gymnasts and dancers while he was playing. The director wanted the music to convey “the fantasy to the starry sky and the passion for life”, and at the same time audiences from around the world can “understand modern Chinese way of thinking and their optimism and ambition for the future”.

  • Trance - Starry Sky

    5:40

    Trance

  • Winter I

    10:43

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Winter I · Bowling Green Philharmonia · Xiaogang Ye · Emily Freeman Brown

    New Music From Bowling Green, Vol. 7

    ℗ 2017 Albany Records

    Released on: 2017-02-01

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  • SHEN YIWEN: First Orchestral Essay

    7:23

    Bowling Green Philharmonia conducted by Emily Freeman Brown

    from Albany TROY1654



    The Bowling Green Philharmonia continues its commitment to new music with this seventh volume in their series of recordings.

    The seventh volume in the New Music From Bowling Green features works by Chinese composers Shen Yiwen and Xiaogang Ye; German composer Martin Herchenröder and American composers Braxton Blake and Ingram Marshall. The music includes music for orchestra (First Orchestral Essay and Winter 1; concertos (Concerto for Two Guitars and Concerto for Clarinet); and a work for orchestra and tape (Bright Kingdoms). As with all the recordings in this series, the composers have recorded their thoughts about their works.

    Contents:

    Shen Yiwen, composer
    First Orchestral Essay
    Bowling Green Philharmonia; Emily Freeman Brown, conductor

    Xiaogang Ye, composer
    Winter I
    Bowling Green Philharmonia; Emily Freeman Brown, conductor

    Martin Herchenröder, composer
    Concerto for Two Guitars & Orchestra: Landschaften—innen, außen
    Bowling Green Philharmonia; Emily Freeman Brown, conductor; Kristin O'Mara & Danny Rectenwald, guitar

    Braxton Blake, composer
    Concerto for Clarinet & Orchestra Bowling Green Philharmonia; Emily Freeman Brown, conductor; Kevin Schempf, clarinet

    Ingram Marshall, composer
    Bright Kingdoms
    Bowling Green Philharmonia; Emily Freeman Brown, conductor

  • JOSE SEREBRIER - LIVE IN BEIJING

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    JOSE SEREBRIER - LIVE IN BEIJGIN


    José Serebrier conducts the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland
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    Program details:
    Xiaogang Ye: Winter I, Op. 28 (11:46)
    Giuseppe Verdi: The Four Seasons (ballet music from the opera I Vespri Siciliani) (29:48)
    Alexander Glazunov: The Four Seasons, Op. 67 (40:03)

    Encores:
    J.S. Bach: Air, from Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068 (2:52)
    Manuel de Falla: Ritual Fire Dance (4:35)
    Georges Bizet: L'Arlésienne Suite No. 2, Farandole (3:53)

    RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland
    José Serebrier, conductor

    Live Concert Performance, July 23, 2017
    China National Centre for the Performing Arts

  • Zeng xiaogang Sounds from China

    4:13

  • New Chinese Music @ Lincoln Ctr New York City April 13th, 2017

    2:4:28

    All rights reserved to the artists. I own no rights to this YouTube video, which was posted as a thank you to Lincoln Center and will be removed if requested. **************************
    Ye Xiaogang: Colorful Sutra Banner for Piano, Violin, and Cello (2006)
    Zhou Long: Song of the Ch’in for String Quartet (1984)
    Zhao Jiping/Zhao Lin: Red Lantern for Pipa and String Quartet (2015)
    Bright Sheng: Dance Capriccio for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello (2011)
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    Shanghai Quartet:
    -violin: Weigang Li
    -violin: Yi-Wen Jiang
    -viola: Honggang Li
    -cello: Nicholas Tzavaras
    -and-
    piano: Gloria Chien
    -and-
    pipa: Wu Man
    **************************************
    Performed at Lincoln Center, New York, NY on April 13, 2017 - livestreamed
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    time line for the video above for the concert:
    0 - introduction
    2:25 discussion with Ye Xiagong
    9:35 music: Colorful Sutra
    21:04 disc w/Zhou Long
    29:09 music: Song of The Ch'in
    39:09 disc w/Zhao Jiping
    47:36 music: Red Lantern (4 movements)
    47:37 1st movement (Moonlight)
    52:07 2nd movement (Wandering in the Circle in the Garden)
    55:50 3rd movement (Love)
    1:01:19 4th movement (Death + coda)
    1:10:55 disc w/Bright Shen
    1:18:27 music: Dance Capriccio
    1:33:03 disc w/composers
    1:44:05 disc w/ Shanghai Quartet
    1:47:07 dsc w/ Wu Man
    1:50:30 disc w/group
    1:57:17 disc w/ Nicholas Tzavaras
    2:03:42 final remark by moderator
    2:04:27 end
    ******************************************
    program notes from the Lincoln Center website
    ******

  • Spring in the Forest 林泉邓海琼古筝独奏

    8:56

    Composer:Ye, Xiaogang
    叶小钢作曲

    Performer:Haiqiong Deng
    邓海琼演奏

    2009/11/30 TCC, Tallahassee, FL

  • Enchanted Bamboo

    10:10

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Enchanted Bamboo · Ensemble Eclipse · Xiaogang Ye

    Ye, Zhao & Chen: Nine Horses

    ℗ 1996 Wergo, a division of Schott Music & Media GmbH

    Released on: 2011-10-21

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  • National Youth Orchestra of China | Liáng Liáng | By Tom Gurin

    6:06

    National Youth Orchestra of China plays my arrangement of a Chinese pop song.

  • prokofiev toccata(MD)--playing by Anzean Gormerura(a composer of China)安则安

    4:25

    【Life Series】 Recorded when he was 19 years(2 June,2004 Version)at home ----playing by Anzéan Gormèrura 安九六之子,安则安演奏 【照片:我与导师叶小纲教授 My Prof:xiaogang Ye】

  • Practice Piano with Charlie...Chamber Music Time!

    2:5:56

    Let’s practice some chamber music. We’re talking Dvorak Quintet, Schubert Trout Quintet, the Enescu Viola Concert Piece, and the Ye Xiaogang Starry Sky Concerto!!

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  • Concerto for Pipa - Liu / Yaron Gottfried / China Philharmonic orchestra .wmv

    20:35

    Yaron Gottfried Conducts Pipa Concerto by Liu : Little Sisters of Grassland
    Soloist : Zhang Hongyan ,China Philharmonic Orchestra. November 2011 at Beijing Concert hall

  • Namucuo , Op. 53

    6:40

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Namucuo (Lake Namu) , Op. 53 · Xiaotang Tan

    Chopin - Xiaogang Ye - Qigang Chen

    ℗ 2011 Tudor

    Released on: 2011-08-02

    Artist: Xiaotang Tan
    Composer: Xiaogang Ye

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Heifetz2018: Zhenni Li | Debussy: Feux Dartifice

    5:48

    From the second annual PianoPalooza at the Heifetz International Music Institute, faculty pianist Zhenni Li plays the Fireworks movement from Claude Debussy's Preludes (Book II).

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  • Chinese Classical Music Documentary Composer

    8:34

    Composer Alive: Eastern Expressions explores the creation of new music through the unique collaboration of Chicago music ensemble Accessible Contemporary Music and famed Beijing composer Xiaogang Ye.

    Rather than focusing on a concert performance, Composer Alive takes the viewer through the creative process and pulls back the curtains from the closely guarded world of rehearsals, first drafts and daily struggles.

    Xiaogang Ye writes the piece in four installments and ACM records each installment as it is written. The viewer can literally watch and listen to the development of the piece over time, along with live insight from the composer and musicians.

    From Xiaogang Yes first inspirations for the composition to a musician having a baby born the day of a concert to fundraising fiascos and unexpected illness, Composer Alive presents the human face of classical music and removes the intimidating culture which often surrounds it.

    Through conversations with such experts as Henry Fogel, President of the American Symphony Orchestra League, Composer Alive also explores how classical music scared off its audience, why it is hugely popular in China and how innovative and accessible projects will direct its future.

  • Chinese Classical Music Documentary Composer Part Two

    7:47

    Composer Alive: Eastern Expressions explores the creation of new music through the unique collaboration of Chicago-based Access Contemporary Music and famed Beijing composer Xiaogang Ye.

    Rather than focusing on a concert performance, Composer Alive takes the viewer through the creative process and pulls back the curtains from the closely guarded world of rehearsals, first drafts and daily struggles.

    Xiaogang Ye writes the piece in four installments and ACM records each installment as it is written. The viewer can literally watch and listen to the development of the piece over time, along with live insight from the composer and musicians.

    From Xiaogang Yes first inspirations for the composition to a musician having a baby born the day of a concert to fundraising fiascos and unexpected illness, Composer Alive presents the human face of classical music and removes the intimidating culture which often surrounds it.

    Through conversations with such experts as Henry Fogel, President of the American Symphony Orchestra League, Composer Alive also explores how classical music scared off its audience, why it is hugely popular in China and how innovative and accessible projects will direct its future.

  • Xiaogang Ye: Namucuo, enregistrée le 27 janvier 2018, Ludovic Frochot

    6:15

    Cette pièce a été composée en février 2006 à la demande du jeune pianiste chinois Zou Xiang qui faisait alors ses débuts à Carnegie Hall à New York. Namucuo est le nom d’un lac de montagne situé à 4700 mètres d’altitude dans le massif du Tibet. Il s’agit d’un des trois lacs sacrés de la tradition tibétaine. Il est entouré de montagnes aux cimes enneigées. Lorsque je me trouvai sur les rives de ce lac, en 2001, je fus profondément ému par sa nature tranquille, comme éternelle.
    Xiaogang Ye.

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    Théâtre Graslin - Samedi 10 février 2018 (20h 00)

    À la rencontre de Xiaogang Ye


    Ensemble Utopik:
    Michel Bourcier, direction
    Blandine Chemin, violon
    François Girard, violoncelle
    Gilles de Talhouët, flûte
    Laurent Berthomier, clarinette
    Ludovic Frochot, piano
    Hédy Réjiba, percussions



    Xiaogang Ye (né en 1955)

    Poem of China (1981)
    violoncelle, piano

    Datura (2006)
    flûte, violon, violoncelle, piano

    Namucuo (2006)
    piano

    December Chrysanthemum (2006)
    flûte, piano

    Piano Trio op. 59 (2009)
    violon, violoncelle, piano

    Hibiscus (2005)
    flûte, clarinette, percussions, piano, violon, violoncelle


    Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992)

    Deux mouvements du Quatuor pour la fin du Temps (1941) :

    Louange à l’Eternité de Jésus
    violoncelle, piano

    Louange à l’Immortalité de Jésus
    violon, piano



    Durée du concert : 1 heure 20 sans entracte.

  • Lin Quan 林泉 2001

    10:36

    Composer: YE Xiaogang
    Water has been a favourite theme of Chinese poets and musicians. It often characterizes and bestows philosophical meaning. The composer depicts the characters and transformation of water within eleven sections. Pentatonic and hexatonic scales have been pre-set for the piece in varied octaves and keys. The lento section is characterized with rich colours on harmony and its variations; its melody theme is developed from the repetitions of the same motives. The fourth section requires a virtuoso performance in toccata style, until the repetitions of harmony lead to the climax in the ninth section while the melody of the first section reverberates into the final section. In this piece, the expression of dynamics includes ff, fff and sfz, which is quite rare in the traditional zheng pieces.
    SUN Zhuo

    YE Xiaogang (b. 1955), is a composer and deputy director of the Chinese Musicians' Association. In 1984, his 'Moonlight in Xijiang', started to receive international attention at the Asia-Pacific region Festivals and composer Assembly. His earlier representative compositions include the symphony work 'Winter', 'Threnody' for piano quintet and 'Horizon' for soprano, baritone and orchestra. He has received many awards: the Alexander Tcherepnin Prize (1982), the Grand Prize of the First Orchestral Composition Competition, Taiwan (1991), the U.S. Hawode Hanson Award (1991) and the Masterpiece Award from the China Cultural Promotion Society (1993)。





    An amateur footage shot at Trekanten in Aalborg - Denmark - April 2010

  • 周传雄 - 黃昏 Dusk DJ REMIX 🔥

    5:17

    歌曲 : 黄昏 Dusk DJ REMIX 🔥 (女声版本 / 姚斯婷 )
    Original Artist: 周传雄( 小刚) Zhou Chuan Xiong (Xiao Gang)

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