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Buddhist Ensemble Of The Monks From Zhi Hua Temple - Ceremonial Music From The Temple Of The Imperial Chinese Court

  • Performer: Buddhist Ensemble Of The Monks From Zhi Hua Temple
  • Title: Ceremonial Music From The Temple Of The Imperial Chinese Court
  • Genre: Folk
  • Country: Germany
  • Record source: Vinyl, LP
  • Released: 1987
  • Label: Tao , Tropical Music
  • Cat#: 68.027
  • MP3 album: 2055 mb
  • FLAC album: 2921 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 608
Buddhist Ensemble Of The Monks From Zhi Hua Temple - Ceremonial Music From The Temple Of The Imperial Chinese Court

Tracklist

1Jin Wu Shan
2Chui Si Tune
3Song Xianren (Seeing The Immortal Off)
4Zhou Jin Tang (The Hall Of Day Splendor)
5Shan Jinzi (Mountain Tree)


Album

Buddhist Prayers and Hymns - Monks of the Normanji Temple. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Zhi Hua Temple music developed from a combination of court, Buddhist temple and folk music, here played in its purity, on guanzi oboe-like double reed wind instrument and the sheng free-reed mouth organ with the addition of the pipa lute. Buddhist Ensemble Of The Monks From Zhi Hua Temple Ceremonial Music From The Temple Of The Imperial Chinese Court mp3, flac, wma. DOWNLOAD LINKS Clickable. Genre: Folk, World, & Country Album: Ceremonial Music From The Temple Of The Imperial Chinese Court Country: Germany Released: 1987 MP3 version RAR size: 1282 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1395 mb WMA version RAR size: 1674 mb Rating: 4. 3 Votes: 735 Other Formats: TTA AC3 MMF DXD MP1 ADX VOX. A1 Chui Si Tune A2 Zhou Jin Tang The Hall Of Day Splendor B1 Shan Jinzi Mountain Tree B2 Song Xianren Seeing The Immortal Off B3 Ji. Taken from the repertoire of the Zhi Hua Temple in Beijing, this soothing music is rooted deeply in ancient Buddhist chants, folk music, and the music of the royal court. The album is not a field recording but a studio work performed by three masters of their instruments: Hu Jianbing, who is part of Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble, playing the polyphonic free reed sheng with vertical pipes Gao Hong on the four-string pipa lute and Bao Jian on the double-reeded guanzi. Bell, gong, and wood block are also heard as punctuation and to mark the dance meter of some sections. Sound Of Bells From The Temple - Great China Chamber Music Orchestra. Ceremonial Music from China. Dao Ti Jindeng Cleaning the Golden Lantern. Tianjin Buddhist Music Ensemble. After the company closed its music- and music-video catalogue and distribution, it continued as music publishers only. Nektar, The Piazzolla Collection 1974-79. Buddhist Ensemble Of The Monks From Zhi Hua Temple. Ceremonial Music From The Temple Of The Imperial Chinese Court LP. Tao 2, Tropical Music. Chinese Buddhist Temple Music. Average Rating:0. 0out of 5 starsWrite a review. Walmart 568082494. Having it's roots in the music of the Tang and Song dynasties, Zhi Hua Temple music derived it's special style by combining court, Buddhist temple, and folk music. Two styles of this music developed, differentiating primarily in playing styles, instrumentation and title of pieces. Jing Yue music from the Beijing area is the most popular and Cham Yue chanting music is used exclusively for Buddhist services and ceremonies. Derived from the temple music of imperial times, it is still a distinctive part of folk rituals today. This is also a rare opp read more. Tianjin Buddhist Music Ensemble play an exquisite form of Chinese ensemble music for wind and percussion instruments, still popular in the villages of northern China. This is also a rare opportunity to savour the art of the guanzi, a double-reed pipe like an obo read more. Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery Sri Lankan. Ling Yen Mountain Temple. Nan Tien Temple. Sunnataram Forest Monastery. Chung Tian Temple. Pháp Hoa Temple. Tara Institute. Thubten Shedrup Ling. Bodhinyana Monastery. Buddha Dhatu Jadi. Kamalapur Dharmarajika Bauddha Vihara. Misripara Seema Buddha Bihar



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