Chen Chien-Tai, recital, Chinese instruments, January 25, 1981
- Main contributor
1. Nan Hu (2-stringed bowed lute of Southern China) - "A Good Evening," "Spring Time in Every Family"; 2. Cheng (16-stringed plucked zither) - "Wild Geese Landing on the Sand Bank," "Night Scenes on the River of Spring"; 3. Ban Hu (2-stringed high-pitched bowed lute of Northern China) - "Wave-washed Sand"; 4. San Hsien (3-stringed plucked lute) - "Breakers Scouring Off Sand"; 5. Yueh Hu (2-stringed bowed lute of Kwangtung Province) - "Riding Horse"; 6. Yang Chin (struck zither) - "Dragon Crossing the River," "Eight Counts in Ancient Style". Instrumentation: nan hu; cheng; ban hu; san hsien; yueh hu; yang chin
University of Maryland (College Park, Md.). School of Music
Performing Arts, Music; Instrumental music; Music--China; Musical Instruments--China
North America; United States; Maryland; College Park
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- Physical Description
00:34:18 hh:mm:ss; 1/4" open reel tape
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- Other Identifiers
Fedora 2 PID: umd:702948; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/37699; Filename: scpa-032664
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