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Spacehog - The Chinese Album (FLAC)  Music

Posted by zeus2zeus at April 2, 2010
Spacehog - The Chinese Album (FLAC)

Spacehog - The Chinese Album
EAC rip | FLAC tracks | cue + log + m3u | 269 MB | 1% Rec. | Covers
Label: Sire/Warner Reprise Video | Alt. Rock | Release: March 10, 1998
*Source: Personal cd collection*

This is Spacehog's follow-up to their phenomenal debut album, "Resident Alien". Check out the standout's "Mungo City" and the wonderful album closer "Beautiful Girl".


Spacehog - The Chinese Album (FLAC)

The Semantics of Chinese Music: Analysing selected Chinese musical concepts  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Dec. 21, 2015
The Semantics of Chinese Music: Analysing selected Chinese musical concepts

The Semantics of Chinese Music: Analysing selected Chinese musical concepts (Cognitive Linguistic Studies in Cultural Contexts, Book 5) by Adrian Tien
English, Chinese | 2015 | ISBN: 902720408X | 318 pages | PDF | 3,2 MB
Jiang He Shui (Water of Jangce River) - Classical Chinese Music for Erhu (EAC LAME mp3 320k)

Jiang He Shui (Water of Jangce River) - Classical Chinese Music for Erhu
(EAC LAME mp3 320k)

Dream of Heaven - New Piano Music from China (1988)  Music

Posted by Su_Lihua at Sept. 17, 2011
Dream of Heaven - New Piano Music from China (1988)

Dream of Heaven - New Piano Music from China (1988)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 1 CD | Complete Scans | 197 MB
Classical/20th Century | Label: Wergo | Cat.: WER60138-50 | RS/MU

Inspired by 54ajax's wonderful share of Jenny Lin's Chinoisere, I decided to start a new mini-series featuring Chinese works for piano. There is a considerable body of Chinese music composed for the piano, the majority of which have been either folk song arrangements, inspired by folk music or traditional Chinese melodies or
poetic little lyric pieces with poetic titles. The current program is an outstanding overview of the history of Chinese piano music from the 1930s to the early 1980s.

Jia Daqun - Fusion II: Concerto for Chinese Percussion  Music

Posted by Su_Lihua at March 10, 2011
Jia Daqun - Fusion II: Concerto for Chinese Percussion

Jia Daqun - Fusion II: Concerto for Chinese Percussion (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | CD Single | Covers | 111 MB
Classical/20th Century | Label: People's Music Publishing House | Cat.: ISRC-CN-M260700050 | RS/MU

Jia Daqun was born in Chongqing in August 1955. He is widely recognized as"one of the most gifted younger composers among those who immersed themselves in structuralism."(Frank Kouwenhoven: 'The Age of Pluralism, Mainland China's New Music (3).' Since 2000, Jia has been a member of Yoyo Ma's Silkroad Ensemble as one of their Composers in Residence. Jia's Fusion II, descibed by the composer as a 'concerto for Chinese Percussion and orchestra" is written in a broadly contemporary idiom - reminiscent of both Varese and Messiaen. While not self-consciously "Chinese," the ethnic instrumentation injects an unexpected jolt of color into this modernist score.
Dragon Orchestra - A Day at the Spa: Tai Chi (Chinese Garden) (2000)

Dragon Orchestra - A Day at the Spa: Tai Chi (Chinese Garden) (2000)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image)+Cue+Log | 381 Mb | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 138 Mb | Scans
New Age, Ethnic, World Music, Relax, Meditative | 1:01:31

Stress, pressure and noise take a lot of our strength, nerves and energy every day. With our CD-series ''Inspiration and Meditation'' you can relax thoroughly and with the aid of these fascinating, soothing natural voices and the music composed specially for this series, you can dream your way back to that vital state of phisical and psychological stability.
Pete Townshend - All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes - 1982 (2000)

Pete Townshend - All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes - 1982 (2000)
Lossless (Flac Individual Files + Cue + Log + Audiochecker Log): 278 Mb | EAC Secure Mode Rip | Mp3 (CBR 320 kbps): 124 Mb | HQ Scans | Audio CD (April 11, 2000)
Original Release Date: June 1982 - Number of Discs: 1 - Format: Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered - Label: Atlantic / Wea - ASIN: B00000DP1S
Rock, Classic Rock
Christopher (Krzysztof) Komeda - Rosemary's Baby: Music From the Motion Picture (1968) Expanded Limited Edition 2012

Christopher (Krzysztof) Komeda - Rosemary's Baby: Music From the Motion Picture (1968/2012)
XLD | FLAC (Tracks) + cue.+log ~ 341 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 163 Mb | Scans ~ 93 Mb
Soundtrack, Score | Label: La-La Land Records | # LLLCD 1210 | Time: 01:11:21

La-La Land Records, Universal Music and Paramount Pictures presents Komeda's (KNIFE IN THE WATER, THE FEARLESS VAMPIRE KILLERS) original score to the 1968 Paramount Pictures classic chiller ROSEMARY'S BABY, starring Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes and Ralph Bellamy and directed by Roman Polanski. Clocking in at over 70 minutes, this special release is the definitive presentation of Komeda's chilling score, featuring the remastered original soundtrack album, the original film score (mono), source music and bonus tracks. Executive Produced by Lukas Kendall, MV Gerhard and Matt Verboys, Associate Produced by Neil S. Bulk and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this release is limited to 3000 units. Exclusive, in-depth liner notes by Scott Bettencourt and John Takis thoughtfully examine Komeda's profound score-an important work by an underrated composer.

The Immortal Classical Chinese Poetry season 2  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by naag at Aug. 1, 2017
The Immortal Classical Chinese Poetry season 2

The Immortal Classical Chinese Poetry season 2
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 5 Hours | Lec: 46 | 896 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn Chinese language and culture series

China and the West: Music, Representation, and Reception  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at July 26, 2017
China and the West: Music, Representation, and Reception

China and the West: Music, Representation, and Reception by Michael Saffle
English | Mar. 1, 2017 | ISBN: 0472130315 | 346 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

Western music reached China nearly four centuries ago, with the arrival of Christian missionaries, yet only within the last century has Chinese music absorbed its influence. As China and the West demonstrates, the emergence of “Westernized” music from China—concurrent with the technological advances that have made global culture widely accessible—has not established a prominent presence in the West.