Chinese Music Flac

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)

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.
Yi-Ching Music For Health - Shanghai Chinese Traditional Orchestra Vol.1-5 (2004)

Yi-Ching Music For Health - Shanghai Chinese Traditional Orchestra Vol.1-5 (2004)
Healing Music, Musical Therapy, Chinese Traditional Music | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 573 Mb
Label: Wind | Release Year: 2004

During the Han Dynasty the theory of the Five Elements became inseparably intertwined with the Yin Yang theory of Changes, also known as the Yi Ching (I-Ching). According to the “Book of Changes: Cycle of Elemental Music”, Earth, Metal, Wood, Fire and Water correspond with spleen, lung, liver, heart and kidney respectively.

The Way of the Pipa: Structure and Imagery in Chinese Lute Music  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at March 1, 2015
The Way of the Pipa: Structure and Imagery in Chinese Lute Music

The Way of the Pipa: Structure and Imagery in Chinese Lute Music (World Musics) by John Myers
English | Sep 1992 | ISBN: 0873384555 | 155 Pages | EPUB | 6 MB

Two thousand years ago, the lute was imported to China via overland trade routes from Central Asia and was adopted quickly in many of the regions. Ancient court documents describe how generations of talented musicians developed its music. John E. Myers translates one of these documents to introduce to readers of the English language the traditional music and artistic philosophy of the Chinese lute or pipa.

Suspended Music: Chime-Bells in the Culture of Bronze Age China  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Feb. 6, 2015
Suspended Music: Chime-Bells in the Culture of Bronze Age China

Suspended Music: Chime-Bells in the Culture of Bronze Age China by Lothar von Falkenhausen
English | Mar 16, 1994 | ISBN: 0520073789 | 567 Pages | PDF | 12 MB

The Chinese made the world's first bronze chime-bells, which they used to perform ritual music, particularly during the Shang and Zhou dynasties (ca. 1700-221 B.C.). Lothar von Falkenhausen's rich and detailed study reconstructs how the music of these bells—the only Bronze Age instruments that can still be played—may have sounded and how it was conceptualized in theoretical terms. His analysis and discussion of the ritual, political, and technical aspects of this music provide a unique window into ancient Chinese culture.
Pianos and Politics in China: Middle-Class Ambitions and the Struggle over Western Music

Pianos and Politics in China: Middle-Class Ambitions and the Struggle over Western Music by Richard Curt Kraus
Oxford University Press | July 13, 1989 | English | ISBN: 0195058364 | 308 pages | PDF | 18 MB

In China, a nation where the worlds of politics and art are closely linked, Western classical music was considered during the cultural revolution to be an imperialist intrusion, in direct conflict with the native aesthetic.

Chinese ancient music  Music

Posted by Bibixy at Sept. 26, 2013
Chinese ancient music

Chinese ancient music
China Record Corp| 2001-2003 | 8 CD | RAR | 1.1Gb
MP3 320 Kbps | Lame encoded | Tracks | Covers & Booklets

Chinese ancient music developed within a long history of profound Chinese culture, which is considered as sounds of nature. Preciously selected from a large number of classical music in its music library by China Record Corporation, the largest record company in China, these beautiful music are constituted to eight CDs of Pre-Qin, Han, Wei and Six Dynasties, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasty. They are now called “General History” of Chinese music industry.