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SHIH, Chieh: Uberquerung des Flusses (Die) / Ein Takt / Wanderschaft / Die Trennung (Fritzsch, Wen-Pin Chien)

SHIH, Chieh: Uberquerung des Flusses (Die) / Ein Takt / Wanderschaft / Die Trennung (Fritzsch, Wen-Pin Chien)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Taiwan Philharmonic, NSO


Chien, Wen-Pin


Fritzsch, Georg


Georg Fritzsch

Conductor

Wen-Pin Chien

Conductor

Anika Vavic

Soloist

Anu Komsi

Soloist

Ensemble Die Reihe


Ensemble Die Reihe Ensemble Die Reihe



Record Label
Capriccio

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 70:39
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SHIH, Chieh: Uberquerung des Flusses (Die) / Ein Takt / Wanderschaft / Die Trennung (Fritzsch, Wen-Pin Chien)

     
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CHIEH SHIH

     
1 

Die Uberquerung des Flusses (Crossing The River)

17:14
 Georg Fritzsch Conductor
 Fritzsch, Georg
     
2 

Ein Takt fur Neun (A measure for 9)

9:35
 Georg Fritzsch Conductor
 Fritzsch, Georg
     
3 

Ein Takt fur Klavier und vier Streicher (A Measure for Piano and 4 Strings)

9:54
 Anika Vavic Soloist
     
4 

Wanderschaft (Travels)

14:10
 Anu Komsi Soloist
 Fritzsch, Georg
     
5 

Die Trennung (The Separation)

19:46
 Wen-Pin Chien Conductor
 Chien, Wen-Pin


"Born in Taipei in 1950 Shih moved to Vienna at the age of 24 to study composition and the harp at the University of Music and Performing Arts. Shih’s compositional style, which has its origin in the fusion of Western music tradition and Far Eastern philosophy, draws the attention away from superficial effects to the subtle inner structure…to the depths of the human mind.
 
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