这盘CD是Liu Li为新年音乐会选编的14首中国古典经典音乐, 音乐会上销售3百多碟, 现还有存货,最佳礼物送给爱音乐朋友。想要者联系我们。

中国的音乐和中国的文明紧密相连。古筝和琵琶都有两千多年的历史, 二胡也有一千多年的记载。中国的音乐波及影响了日本、朝鲜和印度等国家的音乐发展.

二泉映月是中国民间二胡音乐家华彦钧(阿炳)的代表作。此曲以江苏无锡惠山泉,世称“天下第二泉”来命名。表达了夜阑人静、泉清月冷的意境。在流行全美的中国经典乐曲中名列榜首。这首乐曲自始至终流露的是一位饱尝人间辛酸和痛苦的盲艺人的思绪情感,作品展示了独特的民间演奏技巧与风格以及无与伦比的深邃意境,显示了中国二胡艺术的独特魅力,它拓宽了二胡艺术的表现力。

<<梁祝>>创作于 1959 年.这首绚丽多彩,抒情动人并带有浓郁的生活气息的交响作品,以浙江的越剧唱腔为素材,按照剧情构思布局,综合采用交响乐与中国民间戏曲音乐的表现手法,深入而细腻地描绘了梁祝相爱、抗婚、化蝶的情感与意境。

《春江花月夜》原是一首琵琶独奏曲,流传于明清, 约在1925年, 此曲首次被改编成民族管弦乐曲。乐曲通过委婉质朴的旋律,流畅多变的节奏,巧妙细腻的配器, 丝丝入扣的演奏,形象地描绘了月夜春江的迷人景色, 尽情赞颂了江南水乡的风姿异态。

《荫中鸟》笛子演奏家刘管乐创作的。乐曲旋律欢快活泼,描绘茂林成荫, 百鸟齐鸣的一派生机勃勃的景象。呈现欢快活泼的主题, 曲中运用顿音滑音和颤音的演奏技巧, 在旋律中揉合了鸟鸣声, 而这种鸟语化的旋律, 独具匠心。

古筝独奏曲《渔舟唱晚》是一首著名的北派筝曲, 曲名取自唐代诗人王勃(649—676) 在《滕王阁序》里: 渔舟唱晚,响穷彭蠡之滨…

二胡独奏曲《赛马》,由黄海怀于 1959 年创作。是一首描绘内蒙古大草原人民在节日中赛马情景。它以二胡这种简单的民族乐器,使用多种演奏技巧, 表现了赛马时那种万马奔腾、蹄声“嘚嘚”的壮观场面。

《节日的天山》,是一首新疆特色非常浓郁的扬琴曲。由郭敏清编曲。 乐曲展现雄伟壮观的美丽天山,新疆人民载歌载舞的喜悦场面.

《梅花三弄》是中国著名十大古曲之一,是中国传统艺术中表现梅花的佳作。重复整段主题三次,每次重复都采用泛音奏法,故称为《三弄。

古筝独奏曲《战台风,由王昌元创作于 1965 年。 此曲气势磅礴, 形象鲜明, 快速段落紧张激烈, 慢速段落优美抒情。由 5 个段落组成。主题不断地出现, 每次都有变化, 表现了码头工人顽强不屈的精神。最后, 雨过天晴, 欢腾的码头。

《彝族舞曲》是王惠然1965 年创作的琵琶独奏曲, 取材于云南彝族《海菜腔》、《烟盒舞》。以抒情优美的旋律, 粗犷强烈的节奏, 描绘了彝家山寨迷人的夜色和人们欢乐舞蹈的场面, 音乐富有浓郁的民族特点,

江苏民歌《茉莉花》在世界上广为传唱,可以说已经成为了一首名副其实的《中国民歌, 是由南京军区前线歌舞团原团长何仿搜集加工整理的, 最初版本为《鲜花调。

《十面埋伏》是一首历史题材的大型琵琶曲, 是中国十大古曲之一。追溯可至唐代, 全曲分十三个段落,整曲来看,又有“起、承、转、合的”布局性质。第一部分含五段为“起、承部”,第二部分含三段为“转”部,第三部分含二段为“合”部。

《喜洋洋》由中国民乐大师刘明源先生于 1958 年创作. 节奏欢快轻松,充满喜庆氛围。在节日和喜庆场合,总会响起这欢快喜气的旋律。

《彩云追月》1932 年,任光同聂耳一起创作。 意境: 花在此时落,月在此时圆 人间天上,歌起舞飞旋 凤鸟还巢,更无狼烟 寂寞了美婵娟

Chinese Immortal Classics

The CD was made for the New Year Concert organised by MsL, it collects 14 famous Chinese golden pieces, mainly played with traditional Chinese instruments Guzheng, Pipa,  Erhu,

The concert was received very well,  hundreds of CD were sold after the concert.

There are still some CD left in stock, you can purchase it here with £5 by sending to Email: [email protected]

 

 

  1. Reflection of the Moon in the Pond 二泉映月
    Composed by Ar Bin in 1950。 The piece has topped the classical Chinese music chart. Folk musician Ar Bin was blinded; the tune expresses the musician’s deep sorrow and anger. It encapsulates complicated thoughts and feelings about the unfairness of the world, desolation all round, dreary life, and bleak prospects.Ar Bin only performed this work once in a concert in the Autumn of 1950. When he finished, the applause exploded and went on for many minutes. This composition also demonstrates the unique and expressive power of the Erhu instrument.
  2. Butterfly Lovers 梁祝
    Composed in 1959 by Nanjing Music Group Inspired by an old Chinese love story. Due to an arranged marriage, a young couple could not fulfil their love when they were alive. They died for their love and legend says that they were reincarnated as butterflies free to love each other forever. It consists of three parts: Part: 1. falling in love; Part 2. against the arranged marriage; Part3. reincarnated as butterflies.
  3. Spring River Blossom Moon Night 春江花月夜
    The ancient music dates from the  Ming Dynasty 14th Century China. The music is painting a spring moon night. It is like opening a scroll of Chinese mountain and water scenes, exquisite, elegant and enchanting.
  4. Birds Shading in the Trees 荫中鸟
    Composed by Liu Guan-yue. The melody expresses the tuneful back and forth of nature. Mimicking countless birds singing together, joyful and lively in the woods.
  5. The Song of Fishing Boats at Sunset 渔舟唱晚
    Composed by Lou Shi-hua (1907-1952). A song expressing the beauty of the southern Yangzi river landscape. It belongs to the northern school of Guzheng pieces. However, its popularity has meant it has been adapted for other instruments as well.
  6. Horse Racing 赛马
    Composed by Huang Hai-huai in 1959. It portrays Mongolian people during the festival riding. Horses, running on their endless grasslands, joyful, chasing each other.
  7. Festival at Tian Mountain 节日的天山
    Compiled by Gio Ming-qin. Tian Mountain is in the west of China, North of Tibet. Populated by Xing- jiang people. who are famed for their singing and dancing. The tune expresses a joyful festival in their beautiful homeland.
  8. Three Variations on the Plum Blossom 梅花三弄
    Ancient music, originating during the East Jin Dynasty 316-420 AD. A clear and unchained melodic theme is repeated three times indifferent parts of this memorable piece. Illustrating the purity of plum flowers and their heroic fight to survive the cold weather.
  9. Against Typhoon 战台风
    Composed by Wang Cang-yuan 1965. A vibrant piece using the full range of the Guzheng to portray the coming and going of the mighty typhoon. There are 5 parts: a busy port scene; a sign of typhoon coming, struggle against typhoon, blue sky after the typhoon has left, the port returns to a happy state.
  10. Dance Tune of the Yi People 彝族舞曲
    Composed by Wang Hui-ran in 1965. Along with the Han people, China consists of 55 distinct minorities. The Yi people based in Yunnan province, south-west China are one of the most culturally rich. This piece was composed for festival occasions.
  11. Jasmine 茉莉花
    Chinese folk music. Emblematic of Chinese folk music. The piece comes with lyrics and has been frequently used in many international events.
  12. Ambushed 十面埋伏                                                                               Ancient music Dates from the Tang Dynasty (772—846).A complicated composition engaged in illustrating the major phases during an ancient war, such as commanding, lining up, marching towards, fighting, ambushed and finally, coming back or dying in triumph or defeat.
  13. Beaming with Joy 喜洋洋
    Composed by Liu Ming-yuan in 1958 ~. Beaming with joy is both Celebratory and uplifting this song is pure entertainment.
  14. Coloured Clouds Run after the Moon 彩云追月
    Composed by Ren Guang and Nie Er in 1936. The moon typically symbolises a union either between family members or lovers.