Chen Chien-Tai, recital, Chinese instruments, January 25, 1981

Playback Restricted

This content is available for streaming only at the University of Maryland's College Park campus or through a VPN connection. This content may be accessed from public computers at any of the UMD Libraries on the College Park campus.

Questions? Contact Us

Copy the text below to embed this resource

Main contributor
Chen, Chien-Tai
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
Music, Dance, and Theater at the University of Maryland
Special Collections in Performing Arts
Rights Statement
In Copyright
Terms of Use
Access is restricted to patrons at the University of Maryland.
Physical Description
00:34:18 hh:mm:ss; 1/4" open reel tape
University of Maryland School of Music Performances


Access condition: campus-only.
Other Identifiers
Fedora 2 PID: umd:702948; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/37699; Filename: scpa-032664

Access Restrictions

This item is accessible by: collection staff, users in specific IP Ranges.