The Rough Guide To The Music Of China offers a snapshot of a myriad of Chinese music, each track displaying the emotions and attitudes of its own place in time and circumstance, from Cantonese opera to Beijing punk, from ancient traditions to revolutionary rock, from 1930s pop-swing to 1990s pop-folk.
Featuring China’s only all-girl punk band, one of the world’s leading pipa soloists and, of course, the most revered of all Chinese instruments, the qin, this album presents the evolution and revolution in Chinese music until now.
***** (five stars) 'What makes this disc stimulating is the wealth of... musics.' Independent on Sunday
Track Listing :
02 - Urna - Silaihuar
03 - Yao Gongbai - Jiu Kuang The Drinking Song
04 - Bai Hong - Wo Yao Hui Jia (I Want to Go Home)
05 - Ai Jing - My 1997
06 - Min Xiao-Fen - Stone Forest Nocturne
07 - Zeng Jun Mian & Li Hong - Hong Niang Hui Zhang Sheng
08 - Sink Road Music - Shananxi Air
09 - Hang on the Box - Yellow Banana
10 - Kin Taii - Nocturnal Light
11 - Li Xiang Lan - Lan Guei Ji Ji
12 - Tse Chun Yan - The Green Brook Running
13 - Sinkiang Uighur Autonomous Region Song & Dance Ensemble - Tirik Bostan
14 - Wu Xing - Bo
15 - Gong Chio Xia - Chiang Wei Cu Cu Kai
16 - Tats Lau - Autumn Moon
17 - Liu Fang & Farhan Sabbagh - The Night of Bonfire
Asian , Chinese
Teen , Young Adult , Thirty-Something , Young At Heart
Made In Hong Kong
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