Yan Liangkun, The Central Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus - Yellow River Cantata download mp3 album
CreatorXian, Xinghai, 1905-1945 Other CreatorsHong, Yu Wei. Yan, Liang Kun. Huang, Tsu, 1904-1938. Xian, Xinghai, 1905-1945. Central Philharmonic Orchestra (China). Hong Kong Symphony Orchestra. Published : Philips, p1985. Medium Physical Description1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/ 4 in. SubjectsCantatas, Secular. Folk song s, Chinese. Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with orchestra. NotesPhilips: 416 621-2. Hong Yu Wei, Cheng Hong, pianos (2nd-6th works) ; Central Philharmonic Orchestra Chorus ; Hong Kong Symphony Orchestra (1st work) ; Yan Liang Kun, conductor. Recorded live Aug. 1985 in Hong Kong.
Yellow River Boatman's Song. A2. Ode To The Yellow River. Baritone Vocals – Yang Honggei. A3. Down Pour The Yellow River From Azure. A4. Yellow River Ditty. A5. Dialogue On The Bank Of The Yellow River. A6. Lament Of The Yellow River. Soprano Vocals – Wang Yanyan. B1. Defend The Yellow River. B2. Roar! Yellow River. B3. The Rising Half Moon (Qinghai Folk Song). Arranged By – Cai Yuwen and Yang Jiaren.
Artist: Central Philharmonic Society. Album: The Yellow River. 7: 4. Dialogue Song by the Yellow River The Yellow River - Music of the Chinese Culture Revolution, 2017 03:21. Central Philharmonic Society - The Yellow River Cantata: Defending the Yellow River The Yellow River, 2010 02:54. Artist: Central Philharmonic Society.
The Yellow River Piano Concerto is a piano concerto arranged by a collaboration between Chinese composers, including Yin Chengzong and Chu Wanghua, and based on the Yellow River Cantata by composer Xian Xinghai. It was originally directed by Jiang Qing, wife of Chairman Mao, and since its highly acclaimed premiere in 1969 during the Cultural Revolution the Concerto has become popular in China and around the globe.
Album · 1995 · 11 Songs. The Yellow River Cantata: I. Song Of The Yellow River Boatmen. By Xinghai Xian - Shanghai Philharmonic Chorus, Ding Cao & Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra. 2. The Yellow River Cantata: II. 3. The Yellow River Cantata: III. Ballad Of The Yellow Waters. 4. The Yellow River Cantata: IV. Dialogue Song By The Yellow River
Album · 1995 · 11 Songs.
The Yellow River Cantata (Chinese: 黄河大合唱; pinyin: Huánghé Dàhéchàng) is a cantata by Chinese composer Xian Xinghai (1905–1945). Composed in Yan'an in early 1939 during the Second Sino-Japanese War, the work was inspired by a patriotic poem by Guang Weiran, which was also adapted as the lyrics. Premiered on April 13 of the same year in the Shanbei Gongxue Hall of Yan'an, the work soon spread to all parts of China.
Other directors have included Li Delun (李德伦) and Yan Liangkun (严良堃). During the 1970s, Wang Jianzhong was its e. The orchestra has performed in China, Hong Kong, and Macau, as well as the United States, Spain, South Korea, and Taiwan. It has given the first performances of many new compositions by Chinese composers. Notable works the orchestra is known for include the Yellow River Cantata and Yellow River Piano Concerto. Article on Zheng Xiaoying.
The Yellow River Cantata: I. Shanghai Philharmonic Chorus. 25. Han Shi. Bo Wu & Feng Zhang & Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra & Shanghai Philharmonic Chorus & Peng Cao. 16. Zhu: The Heroic Poems, Op. 14: IV. 3 Short Poems, Each In 16 Chinese Characters: 1993 Version.
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|Yellow River Cantata
Lyrics By – Guang WeiranMusic By – Xian Xinghai
|A1||Yellow River Boatman's Song||3:19|
|A2||Ode To The Yellow River
Baritone Vocals [Solo] – Yang Honggei
|A3||Down Pour The Yellow River From Azure
Vocals [Recitative] – Ju Xianhe
|A4||Yellow River Ditty||4:47|
|A5||Dialogue On The Bank Of The Yellow River||2:57|
|A6||Lament Of The Yellow River
Soprano Vocals [Solo] – Wang Yanyan
|B1||Defend The Yellow River||2:21|
|B2||Roar! Yellow River||5:13|
|B3||The Rising Half Moon (Qinghai Folk Song)
Arranged By – Cai Yuwen and Yang Jiaren
|B4||Pastoral Song (East Mongolia Folk Song)
Arranged By [Lyrics] – Hai MoArranged By [Music] – Ju Xi Xian
|B5||À La Mu Han (Xin Jiang Folk Song)
Arranged By – Xie GongchengPiano [Accompaniment] – Chen Hong
|B6||The Boatmen's Song Of The Wusuli River (Folk Song of the Hezhen Nationality)
Arranged By [Choral] – Ju XixianArranged By [Music] – Guo Song
|B7||The Cloud Moves But The Sky Stays Steady (Guangxi Folk Song)
Arranged By – Ju Xixian
|B8||Waiting For You Until Dawn (Folk Song of the Kazak Nationality, Xin Jiang)
Arranged By – Ju Xixian
- Conductor – Yan Liangkun
- Cover – Zhang Hui
- Engineer – Dick van Schuppen, Roddy de Hilster, Shen Yuanzhi
NotesA joint project of China Record Company and Polygram Records Ltd., Hong Kong.
Insert includes full liner notes in English.