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Chinese ancient music

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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.

Every single music in this works represents the musical soul of the dynasty it belongs to, they are all played by domestic famous artists. Therefore, regardless of the purpose of classical music professional research, or as a general appreciation of music lovers, these eight fantastic CDs can be collected as treasures.

01. Shadows of apricot blossoms (Song with title of ci tune) 3'05"
02. Xiaoxiang's waters and clouds (Qin solo) 7'56"
03. Love for the red dress (Ensemble) 2'29"
04. Plums by the Ge River (Ensemble) 2'45"
05. Short drinking music in shang Mode (Song with title of ci tune) 2'36"
06. Delicate fragrance (Ensemble) 3'30"
07. Song of Yangzhou in andante (Song with title of ci tune) 3'22"
08. Jade plum blossoms (Ensemble) 2'14"
09. Scattered shadows (Ensemble) 3'15"
10. Oriole singing (Qin, Xiao and Pipa) 2'29"
11. Jiao shao (Ensemble) 3'36"
12. Ritual songs for Yue: Chu tune on Emperor Shun (Song with title of ci tune) 2'45"
13. The immortal of stone lake (Ensemble) 2'46"
14. Floating across waters (Ensemble) 5'48"
15. Ancient lament (Ensemble) 2'53"


01. Yearn for love (Pipa solo) 5:02
02. Concubines Xiang sorrow (Qin solo) 2:21
03. An autumn moon shines on the Han Palace (Pipa solo) 5:37
04. Green pavilion chant (Song with title of ci tune) 3:02
05. Noisy birds (Ancient tune) 7:59
06. Song of the Western Chamber (Zheng) 3:01
07. Lighttower 11:24
08. Autumn night (Qin, Xiao and Erhu) 5:26
09. The grievance of Zhaojun (A collection music) 3:22
10. The moon rises 7:28
11. Remembering Of The Xiao On The Phoenix Platform (Qin song) 2:27


01. Chu Shang (Chime bells from Marquis Yi's tomb and orchestra) 4'16"
02. Clouds 3'40"
03. For those fallen for their country (Xun and Qin) 2'50"
04. Cods and men rejoice (Chime bells) 2'44"
05. A grieved life in Changmen spirit (Xun and Qin-zither) 5'42"
06. Chu song (Xun and orchestra) 5'29"
07. Mount spirit (orchestra) 10'25"
08. Wine frolic (Qin solo) 2'14"
09. Guangling tune (Qin solo) 13'32"
10. Picture of primitive hunting (Bone-Whistle and orchestra) 7'09"


01. Running waters (Bianqing) 2'16"
02. High mountains flowing water (Zheng) 5'20"
03. Running waters (Qin) 4'12"
04. Offering sacrifices (orchestra) 5'52"
05. Calling back the spirit of the dead (Pan-pipes) 3'40"
06. The silent moon mirrored in the fish pond (Se) 2'26"
07. The elegant orchid in jieshi tune (Qin and Chime bells) 7'29"
08. Three variations on the plum (Qin song) 8'04"
09. Dragon Boat (Pipa solo) 4'15"
10. Gufengcao (Qin) 5'12"
11. The peacocks fly to the southeast 7'46"


01. Wang Zhaojun (Sheng and orchestra) 13'10"
02. Qu Yuan asking way at the ferry crossing (Chine bells from Marquis Yi's tomb and orchestra) 5'51"
03. Conqueror Xiang Yu's triumphant return (Pipa solo) 7'56"
04. Beats on the Hujia (Qin song) 4'48"
05. Su Wu tending sheep (Erhu) 4'26"
06. The injustice done to Dou E (Qin, Xiao and Pipa) 4'34"
07. Lady Wenji returned to Han dynasty (Zheng) 12'42"
08. Listening to the soughing winds in the pines (Erhu) 3'55"


01. Lyrics on autumn wind (Double-Pipe solo) 5'35"
02. Wild goose on the peaceful beach (Qin solo) 7'26"
03. Qinglian's collected songs (Pipa solo) 6'44"
04. Sunny spring (Qin solo) 6'53"
05. Walking on the street (Silk and bamboo ensemble) 5'11"
06. The Yinhua mountain 2'22"
07. Deep night (Jinghu and orchestra) 4'08"
08. Tune of happy evening (Qin solo) 2'08"
09. Fallen petals scattered on green meadow (Pipa solo) 6'28"
10. Dragon chanting in the vast sea (Ensemble) 7'01"


01. Mooring at night on the Qiu River (Xiao) 7'10"
02. Flowers and jade trees at back countyard (Song) 1'55"
03. Li Sao (Qin solo) 10'16"
04. Prelude of dance music of imperial palace (Ensemble) 2'28"
05. Three variations at Yangguan pass (Qin solo) 5'29"
06. Three Tang melodies - Yipinnong/Xijiangyue/Changshanvyin (Xun and orchestra) 7'36"
07. Fishermen's song at dusk (Zheng solo) 3'02"
08. Birds singing in spring (Ensemble) 7'18"
09. Vast desert (Bili and orchestra) 7'52"
10. Battle music for king Qin's army (Chime bells and chorus) 2'40"


01. Autumn meditation at Dongting Lake 4'05"
02. Remembering an old friend (Qin and orchestra) 7'38"
03. The spring snow (Pipa solo) 3'27"
04. Chao Yuan Song (Qin, Xiao and Pipa) 4'08"
05. Crow croaking at night (Qin solo) 5'47"
06. Vulture catches swan (Pipa solo) 9'11"
07. Dressing table (Xiao and orchestra) 4'26"
08. Recalling the past at Tongguan pass (Scattered tune of Yuan) 1'50"
09. Ancient music of the Naxi Nationality - Suite of Baisha Xiyue (Ensemble of Chinese musical instruments) 10'22"