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Autodidact - Chinese Girls Have The Best Asses (2004)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at April 29, 2017
Autodidact - Chinese Girls Have The Best Asses (2004)

Autodidact - Chinese Girls Have The Best Asses (2004)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 358 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 132 mb
Genre: indie rock, electronic, noise rock, post-rock

Chinese Girls Have The Best Asses is the 2004 album by Autodidact. Lead by Roy K. Felps, who is also the guitarist of Korperschwache. This title comes courtesy of Crucial Blast.

Magma - Nihao Hamtai - First Chinese Tour (2016)  Music

Posted by v3122 at March 9, 2017
Magma - Nihao Hamtai - First Chinese Tour (2016)

Magma - Nihao Hamtai - First Chinese Tour (2016)
DVD5: NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR, Auto Letterboxed | Dolby AC3, 2 ch
Progressive Rock / Zeuhl | 7th Records | Scans | ~ 3.98 Gb

In May 2015, Coralie Van Rietschoten travelled with Magma on their first Chinese tour. Glimpses of Shenzhen s tropical vegetation, Beijingers exercising in public parks, and Shanghai s psychedelic city lights are interspersed with concert footage…
VA - The Hugo Masters: An Anthology of Chinese Classical Music (4CD, 1992)

VA - The Hugo Masters: An Anthology of Chinese Classical Music (4CD, 1992)
MP3 320 kbps | 4 CD | Covers included | Label: Celestial Harmonies | 231 min | 602 mb
Genre: World, Ethnic, Classical Chinese

The liner notes of The Hugo Masters: An Anthology of Chinese Classical Music contain extensive documentation of the various instruments used in Chinese solo and orchestral music, with descriptions of their history and modifications, as well as an essay to help Western listeners understand the background of Chinese classical music.
Gary Lucas - The Edge Of Heaven: Gary Lucas Plays Mid-Century Chinese Pop (2001)

Gary Lucas - The Edge Of Heaven: Gary Lucas Plays Mid-Century Chinese Pop (2001)
EAC | APE | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 228 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 102 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Experimental Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock | Label: Label Bleu | # LBLC 2582 HM 83 | Time: 00:38:46

Gary Lucas – charmingly oddball pop songwriter, musical world traveler, utterly hellacious guitarist – is perhaps at his most hellaciously, charmingly cosmopolitan on this frankly amazing album, which finds him adapting popular Chinese songs that were originally recorded in the 1960s and which he heard and fell in love with during a sojourn in Taiwan in the mid-'70s. His girlfriend at the time had a cassette tape of such local superstars as Chow Hsuan and Bai Kwong, and it was, he says in his liner notes, "like almost no other music I had ever heard before." Twenty-five years later he put together this quirkily gorgeous tribute, which includes jaw-droppingly virtuosic fingerstyle guitar arrangements ("Mad World," "Wall") and song settings using guest vocalists. Among the best of the latter are the limpidly beautiful "Night in Shanghai" (again, note the guitar playing) and the country-flavored "I Wait for Your Return," which is simply a hoot. He's not playing this stuff for laughs, though; his genuine affection for the music comes through loud and clear, and even when he has fun with it he is obviously trying to do so in a way that brings its haunting loveliness to the fore. Very highly recommended.
Yi-Ching Music For Health - Shanghai Chinese Traditional Orchestra Vol.1-5 (2004)

Yi-Ching Music For Health - Shanghai Chinese Traditional Orchestra Vol.1-5 (2004)
Healing Music, Musical Therapy, Chinese Traditional Music | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 573 Mb
Label: Wind | Release Year: 2004

During the Han Dynasty the theory of the Five Elements became inseparably intertwined with the Yin Yang theory of Changes, also known as the Yi Ching (I-Ching). According to the “Book of Changes: Cycle of Elemental Music”, Earth, Metal, Wood, Fire and Water correspond with spleen, lung, liver, heart and kidney respectively.
Across The Sea - Chinese-American Flute Concertos / Bezaly, Shui, Singapore Symphony Orchestra (2011)

Across The Sea - Chinese-American Flute Concertos / Bezaly, Shui, Singapore Symphony Orchestra (2011)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 251 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Bis | Catalog Number: 1739

Flautist Sharon Bezaly with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and Lan Shui here play the music of three composers who are all resident in the USA, but have their roots across the Pacific Ocean, in China. Philosophical, musical and literary aspects of this Chinese heritage are in evidence in the works recorded here.

Chinese ancient music  Music

Posted by Bibixy at Sept. 26, 2013
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.

The Chinese Pianoforte (1998)  Music

Posted by Su_Lihua at Nov. 6, 2011
The Chinese Pianoforte (1998)

The Chinese Pianoforte (1998)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 1 CD | Complete Scans | 181 MB
Classical/20th Century | Label: Paradisum
Cat.: PDS-CD5 | RS/MU

Here is the next installment in our survey of 20th century Chinese piano music. The current program
a truly fascinating selection of works by several names well-known to western audiences: Long Zhou, Chen Yi and Bright Sheng - all currently residing in the US. The music on this disc is surprisingly "percussive" and at times, even "jazzy."

Peter Eötvös - Chinese Opera  Music

Posted by siouxsie55 at March 14, 2011
Peter Eötvös - Chinese Opera

Peter Eötvös - Chinese Opera
EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG | SCANS | 1CD | 292 MB | Filesonic
XX Century Classical | Released: 1990 | Label: Erato

Peter Eötvös about his Chinese Opera:
"My Chinese Opera has little to do with the authentic Chinese opera. In China, every province has its own theatrical style which is named after the province in question. Thenceforth this style remains unchanged in performance. Chinese Opera is music written specifically for theatrical and cinematographic presentation; it is the music of my own limited "province". The dedications to various directors and producers are at the same time character and tempo indications: the ceremonious stage build-up in Brook's work, Bondy's lyrically supple beauty, Grüber's streaming polyphony, and the hard, mountainous verticality of Chéreau."

Jia Daqun - Fusion II: Concerto for Chinese Percussion  Music

Posted by Su_Lihua at March 10, 2011
Jia Daqun - Fusion II: Concerto for Chinese Percussion

Jia Daqun - Fusion II: Concerto for Chinese Percussion (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | CD Single | Covers | 111 MB
Classical/20th Century | Label: People's Music Publishing House | Cat.: ISRC-CN-M260700050 | RS/MU

Jia Daqun was born in Chongqing in August 1955. He is widely recognized as"one of the most gifted younger composers among those who immersed themselves in structuralism."(Frank Kouwenhoven: 'The Age of Pluralism, Mainland China's New Music (3).' Since 2000, Jia has been a member of Yoyo Ma's Silkroad Ensemble as one of their Composers in Residence. Jia's Fusion II, descibed by the composer as a 'concerto for Chinese Percussion and orchestra" is written in a broadly contemporary idiom - reminiscent of both Varese and Messiaen. While not self-consciously "Chinese," the ethnic instrumentation injects an unexpected jolt of color into this modernist score.