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Chang Ping: Oriental Wash Painting

Wei Ji, China National Symphony Orchestra, Tao Lin, Hongmei Yu, Qiang Zhang, Feifan Yuan

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Oriental Wash Painting  
I. The Wind Washed Clouds
Chang Ping; Wei Ji; China National Symphony Orchestra; Tao Lin
II. The Noble Fragrance
Chang Ping; Hongmei Yu; China National Symphony Orchestra; Tao Lin
III. The Movement of Wash Painting
Chang Ping; Qiang Zhang; China National Symphony Orchestra; Tao Lin
IV. Blue Lotus
Chang Ping; Feifan Yuan; China National Symphony Orchestra; Tao Lin
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Total Playing Time    1:21:11
Award-winning composer Chang Ping’s Oriental Wash Painting is a set of four concertos that showcases traditional and ancient Chinese instruments, each performed by renowned and influential soloists. The ‘wash painting’ of the title implies a relationship between music and Chinese ink paintings—masterpieces which are magnificent and unconstrained, revealing a noble personality and character. This recording captures the world premiere concert of these remarkable works at the China National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

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