World's Largest Sheet Music Selection


Tibetan Tunes

By Chen Yi

Be the first! Write a Review

Violin, cello, and piano - Advanced
Composed by Chen Yi (1953-). Standard notation. Theodore Presser Company #114-41335. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.114413350).

Item Number: PR.114413350

With Standard notation.

Commissioned by the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition at Brigham Young University, the two-movement Tibetan Tunes was written for the New Pacific Trio and was premiered at the Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific in January 2007 in Stockton, California. The first movement is inspired by the Tibetan folk tune "Du Mu," while the second movement "Dui Xie" is a kind of Tibetan folk ensemble music typically played with the plucked instrument Zhamunie, the bamboo flute, and the fiddle Erhu. Chen explains, "The music presents the rich gestures of Du Mu (a name of a god in Tibetan Buddhism) in a serene mood." A unique and notable addition to this prolific composer's catalog of works.

Buy Together




We recommend purchasing
Tibetan Tunes
Hammerhead Music Stand Light

Buy both for $51.98

AddtoCart Print