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CHUNG, Yiu-Kwong: Saxphone Concertos Nos. 1 and 2 / TIAN, Leilei: Open Secret (Harmonious Breath) (Delangle, Taipei Chinese Orchestra, En Shao)

CHUNG, Yiu-Kwong: Saxphone Concertos Nos. 1 and 2 / TIAN, Leilei: Open Secret (Harmonious Breath) (Delangle, Taipei Chinese Orchestra, En Shao)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2011

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File

Artists:

Taipei Chinese Orchestra


Shao, En


Claude Delangle

Soloist

Record Label
BIS

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 73:12
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CHUNG, Yiu-Kwong: Saxphone Concertos Nos. 1 and 2 / TIAN, Leilei: Open Secret (Harmonious Breath) (Delangle, Taipei Chinese Orchestra, En Shao)

     
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YIU-KWONG CHUNG

1 

Saxophone Concerto No. 1

16:47
     
 

Saxophone Concerto No. 2

 
2 I. La deesse de la riviere Luo 8:06
     
3 II. En ecoutant la chute d'eau 11:19
     
4 III. Les couleurs eclaboussees 6:50
     
 

TRADITIONAL

5 

River of Sorrow (arr. Peng Xiuwen for soprano saxophone and Chinese orchestra)

8:01
     
 

LEILEI TIAN

6 

Open Secret

15:20
     
 

GANG CHEN

7 

Sunshine on Taxkorgan (arr. Chen Gang, Chung Yiu-Kwong for soprano saxophone and Chinese orchestra)

6:49
     
 Claude Delangle Soloist
 Shao, En
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"...The performances are thoroughly professional and artistically compelling. Delangle more than lives up to his reputation as one of the world’s foremost windplayers, complementing his superb technical command with a beautiful and colorful timbre that moves easily between Paris and Taiwan. While the overall product comes across as thrilling and spontaneous, every inch of the score is a careful decision-classically pure one moment, raunchy and other worldly the next... The Taipei Chinese orchestra is a good match for Delangle, constantly pushing against him in the traditional concerto mold, producing a rich multihued soundscape, a vibrant rhythmic drive, and spectacular ensemble virtuosity. Even listeners wary of Eastern music will want to add this release on their shelves."

Hanudel - American Record Guide - November/December 2011


"...Don’t deny yourself the pleasure of Harmonious Breath. It is like a Chinese New Year celebration in San Francisco’s Chinatown, firecrackers and all!!"

Raymond Tuttle - Fanfare - November/December 2011




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