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Xiao Qu'er: A Suite of Little Songs from China's Performing Arts Traditions album download

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Xiao Qu'er: A Suite of Little Songs from China's Performing Arts Traditions
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Xiao Qu'er, suite for traditional instruments & string orchestra. 1. Dongbei Er'ren Zhuan: Da Xi Xiang (The Great West Chamber).

Xiao Qu'er" marks the fourth collaboration between Rhymoi Music and the talented composer, Meng Qinghua. His previous releases include the internationally acclaimed "Dream of an opera" I & II and the "The Song of Songs. This time, Meng-Laoshi ("Laoshi" is an honorific title meaning "teacher" or "master" in Chinese) has drawn upon the rich and colorful heritage of China's singing and narrative arts, called "Quyi. Our current program features a suite of ten pieces representing the unique folk traditions of the Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, Jiangsu, Henan, Shandong, Sichuan, Dongbei, and Guangdong regions. Many of these earthy and colorful art forms are in danger of extinction, while others only survive as "tourist attractions.

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A place for poems, songs, rhymes, and traditions from around the world for both kids and grown-ups to enjoy! Advertisement. Can Someone Help with a Chinese Song from an Album called Children’s Folk Rhymes in Beijing ? November 9th, 2007 The song is called is Looking at the Sights With My Small Eyes (in Chinese its Xiao Yan Jing Kan Jing Zhi Er ) I’m trying to find somewhere I can download it and also the lyrics (in English) please. Thank you in anticipation. Anyway this song sounded intriguing, and I have a new niece coming from China next month, so I looked into it. If anyone can recommend some other great lullabies (or instrumental stuff) that might sound familiar to her and comfort her in this traumatic time of adjustment, I’d sure appreciate it! here is the song Says: July 5th, 2008 at 2:41 am.

Xiao Qu’ Er. SubtitleA Suite of Little Songs from China’s Performing Arts Traditions. Music styleChinese opera. Hits: UpdateTime:2016-11-11 10:55:19 【Printing】 【Close】. Xiao Qu’er marks the fourth collaboration between Rhymoi Music and the talented composer, Meng Qinghua. His previous releases include the internationally acclaimed Dream of an op. expand all. Activity recommendation. Previous:A Love Affair With Bayan Next:Qian Huili Performs Classic Zhejiang Yue Opera Arias. Modify member information.

Also, it was the first China's original theme song in 1980s and won the Silver Award of the first National Children's Song Competition. The song is about a group of the Smurfs working together to defeat the enemy Gargamel. The lyrics of this song were written by Qu Cong, the Vice chairman of Chinese Musical Literature Institute and the music was composed by Zheng Qiufeng, the Director of the Chinese Musicians Association. Song of The Smurfs" quickly became popular on both sides of the Yangtze River with the popular TV cartoon. The last song is called A little girl with mushrooms. This song is sung by Jin Xiaocai, a famous Mezzo Soprano in China. It is a Chinese classic children's song.

Although xiao (vertical flute) versions came first, today the guqin (zither) renditions are equally popular; the piece itself is surprisingly catchy, with a recurring, hummable theme. Composed by Heng Yi, a militarist and musician in the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420), the piece made its debut courtesy of famous Jin general and xiao player Huan Yin. 4. Ambush from Ten Sides (or All Sides). This hugely popular work is for pipa, the Chinese lute, and is thrilling from the first note. Although her authorship of ‘Songs’ is disputed, many believe she was conflicted at the most basic level, mourning the two sons she left behind, and longing for her homeland. The piece was originally – oddly, given the title – written for guqin (zither), but has since become popular with (xiao) flute interpretations. Five dance experts on China's first surviving original ballet. By: Nancy Pellegrini Posted: 3:02 pm, 02 April 2014.

Objectives: Students will

Little Wooden Gun (Xiao Mu Qiang). White Clouds (Bai Yun). Little Cat Mewing (Xiaomao Jiao Mimimi). Kiss Me (Qinqin Wo). Little Babies Courtesy Song (Xiao Bao Bao Li Mao Ge). The Doll (Buwawa). I’m Going To Nursery (Wo Shang Tuoersuo). Little Baby Building Block (Baobao Da Jimu). I Love My Animals (Wo Ai Wo De Xiao Dong Wu). The Wind (Feng). Little Baby Going To Bed (Xiao Baobao Yao Shuijiao). Small Bell (Xiao Lingdang). Making a Phone Call (Da Dianhua). Brushing the Teeth (Shukou). Little Fish Swimming (Xiaoyu Youshui). Small Clock (Xiao Zhong).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Xiao Qu'er, suite for traditional instruments & string orchestra
1 Dongbei Er'ren Zhuan: Da Xi Xiang (The Great West Chamber) 4:35
2 Jingyun Dagu: Jiange Wen Ling 5:24
3 Sichuan Qingyin: Bugu niao gug jiao (The Hungry Cuckoo-bird) 3:27
4 Jingdong Dagu: Song nu shang xue (Sending the Girl to School) 3:31
5 Pingtan: Qing Tan (A Test of Love) 4:02
6 Xihe Dagu: Ling Long Ta (Linglong Tower) 4:59
7 Shandong Qinshu: LaoShao Huan (Everybody Changes) 4:40
8 Guangdong (Yue) Tune: Fei Fei Yan 3:59
9 Tianjin Shidiao: Fan jiang dao hai (An Overwhelming Flood) 4:57
10 Henan Zhuizi: Mu Guiying zhi lu (Mu Guying Takes Command) 3:56