lunedì 4 agosto 2014

The Art of Qin Music

3 CD - MP3 192 Kbps - RAR 325 Mb

The qin (pronounced “chin”; also called guqin, or “ancient qin”) has a unique place in Chinese culture; according to our most accurate information, it has been played in China regularly since the time of Confucius. This would mean its performance tradition goes back at least 2500 years. During that period, the instrument has enjoyed almost unrivalled status. Allusions to its poetic beauty, pristine character, connection with heaven, and even magical properties are found throughout Chinese poetry and literature.


CD 1

Tong Kin-Woon: Memories of an Old Friend
Tong Kin-Woon: Dialogue between the Fisherman and the Woodcutter
Ding Cheng-Yun: Meditation in Autumn by the Dongting River
Ding Cheng-Yun: Harmony between Man and God
Xie Dao-Xiu: Fantasy Tune
Xie Dao-Xiu: Innocent Seagulls
Dai Xiao-Lian: Water and Cloud of the Rivers Xiao and Xiang
Liu Zheng-Chun: Wild Geese Descending on the Sandbank
Liu Zheng-Chun: Night Mooring at the Qiu River
Zeng Cheng-Wei: Prologue of Peach and Plum Garden
Tse Chun-Yan: Piece in Shang Mode
Ding Ji-Yuan: The Autumn Moon over the Han Palace

CD 2

Xie Xiao-Ping: Song of the Peaceful Evening
Chen Chang-Lin: Zhuang Zhou Dreams to be a Butterfly
Xu Xiao-Ying: Mourning for Yan Hui
Zhao Jia-Zhen: Crows Caw at Night
Zhao Jia-Zhen: Dialogue between the Fisherman and the Woodcutter
Li Yu-Xian: Lament at Changmen Palace
Li Feng-Yun: Five Modes of Xia Wai Shen Pin
Li Feng-Yun: Three Variations of the Plum Blossom
Sou Si-Tai: Water Spirit
Sou Si-Tai: Observing Calmly
Mei Ri-Qiang: Memories of an Old Friend
Mei Ri-Qiang: Liquormania

CD 3

Li Xiang-Ting: Mountain Tai
Li Xiang-Ting: Autumnal Lamentations
Sun Yu-Han: Innocent Seagulls
Chen Chang-Lin: Moonlit River in Spring
Li Yu-Xian: The River All Red
Tse Chun-Yan: Falling Plum Blossoms (w/ Sou Si-Tai, xiao)
Wei Jia-Li: The Eighth of the Fourth Lunar Month
Xu Xiao-Ying: Three Variations of the Yang Pass (w/ voice)
Zhang Tong-Xia: Soliciting the Hermits (w/ voice)
Zhang Tong-Xia: Lamenting the Ancients (w/ voice)
Huang Yung-Ming: Incantation of Pureness (w/ voice; Cheng Jung-Lung, xiao; Lee Kung-Yuan, zhonghu; Sun Yu-Han, yinqing; Lin Fa, qing & muyu)
Gao Zhong-Jun: Dialogue between the Fisherman and the Woodcutter (w/ voice)

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