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A Chinese Festival, Volume 1

Thirty Pieces in Saibei Folk Style

By An-Lun Huang

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Piano - Early Advanced; Late Intermediate
Thirty Pieces in Saibei Folk Style. Composed by An-Lun Huang. Edited by Alton Chan. Masterworks; Piano Collection. Belwin Edition. Masterwork. Book. 56 pages. Published by Belwin Music (AP.ELM02002).

Item Number: AP.ELM02002
ISBN 0757990746. Masterwork.

The anthology series Chinese Festival, edited by Dr. Alton Chan, is a ground-breaking event for the musical community in North America, allowing pianists to study one of the richest and most unexplored musical heritages in the world. The first book in the series is the first-ever album published in the United States that contains Chinese piano music by a Chinese composer using Chinese thematic material and musical idioms. Students all over the world can now be exposed to music using different tonal and modal systems, structural principles, and aesthetic perceptions that underpin Chinese traditional and folk music elements. All performance notes, contents, and titles are given in both English and Chinese.
List/syllabus: Royal Conservatory List 2015.

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  • March 28, 2008 Traditional Chinese

    My wife is a 'traditional Chinese' woman who wanted me to include the music of her country in my library. This was not it. She, and I, did not enjoy any of the melodies. Chinese music is beautiful and i really wish I could find some here in trhe US...

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