Contents: I. Andante molto -- II. Allegro -- III. Adagio -- IV. Allegro vivace. This work is based on Tan Dun's Ghost Opera. Of advanced difficulty.
With an instrumentation list. The music sets a text by Arthur Sze. Printed from manuscript.
In one movement. With performance notes. A free and highly colorful work for unaccompanied cello. Of advanced difficulty. Custom print edition.
In one movement. With a program note. Commissioned by Google/YouTube. Premiered by the YouTube Symphony Orchestra in New York, April 2009. The orchestra was comprised of performers who auditioned through the internet website. Duration ca. 5 minutes.
Featuring Susan Glaser, flute / Stephanie Griffin, viola / Emily Mitchell, harp / Matthew Gold, percussion.
Nine-year-old pianist Wang plays music by Chopin, Poulenc, Liszt, Mozart, Shostakovich, Tan Dun, and others.
Music by Zhou Long, Doming Lam, Alexina Louie, Tan Dun, and Chen Yi.
Lee plays music for solo piano by Leonard Bernstein and Tan Dun.
Fung performs music by Tan Dun, Chopin, Rachmaninov, Schumann, and Scarlatti.
…/ Tan Dun Performers: David Cossin (Percussion), Shanghai National Orchestra (Orchestra), Shanghai Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra), Yo-Yo Ma (Cello). Conductor: Chen Xie Yang, Tan Dun. Orchestra/Ensemble: Shanghai National Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. -- The Banquet, film score / Tan Dun.…
This DVD contains two documentaries. Tea follows the creation of the opera of the same name by Tan Dun. Broken Silence profiles five Chinese composers, including Tan Dun, Chen Qigang, Guo Wenjing, Mo Wuping and Qu Xiasong.
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A disc of orchestral music by the contemporary Chinese composer. Tan Dun conducts the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.
Composers: Bright Sheng, Chen Yi [composer], Chou Wen-Chung, Ge Gan-Ru, Lei Liang, Tan Dun, Vivian Fung, Zhou Long.
The PRISM Saxophone Quartet performs music by Wang Guowei, Zhou Long, Lei Liang, Chen Yi, Tan Dun and Ming-Hsiu Yen.
This performance of Tan Dun's opera features Charles Workman, Sarah Castle, Stephen Richardson, and others. With the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra and Cappella Amsterdam.
A remarkable work for paper percussion and orchestra. Tan Dun conducts the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. With soloist Haruka Fujii, as well as Rika Fujii and Tamao Inano.
This work features percussion instruments derived from water. Tan Dun conducts the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. With soloist David Cossin, as well as Rika Fujii and Tamao Inano.
Music by Chan Wing Wah, Tan Dun, Huang Anlun, Qu Xiaosong, Jordan Tang, and Ye Xiaogang. Performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic.
Eight different marimba virtuosos perform contemporary works by Ung, Schuller, Andriessen, Tan Dun, Jolas, Stucky, Hersch, and several others. Two-disc set.
…Rao Ensemble of Changsha Museum, Central Philharmonic Chorus of China, Central Philharmonic Orchestra of China, China Philharmonic Chorus, China Philharmonic Orchestra, Itzhak Perlman, Kodo, KODO Drummers of Japan, Liu Li, Tan Dun, You Yan, You Yan. China Philharmonic Orchestra, Tan Dun, conductor.
This collection of pieces is Tan Duns' opus 1, composed after leaving Hunan to study in Beijing. The pieces went unperformed until April 2003, when they were premiered by pianist Lang Lang. With a program note.
Contents: 1. Opening; 2. Face to Face With Tan Dun; 3. Nuo: Ghost Dance & Cry Singing; 4. Blowing Leaf; 5. Daliuzi; 6. Miao Suona; 7. Feige; 8. Interlude: Mapping the Portrait; 9. Stone Drums; 10. Tongue-Singing; 11. Lusheng.
Contents: Autumn Moon on a Calm Lake / Chen Peixun -- Miroirs / Ravel -- Etudes Tableaux, Op. 33 / Rachmaninov -- Eight Memories in Watercolor, Op. 1 / Tan Dun.
Contents: Dream of the Song / George Benjamin -- Era / Magnus Lindberg -- Fuoco e fumo / Richard Rijnvos -- The Wolf / Tan Dun. Performed by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Hybrid SACD.