Wu Man - Pipa: From A Distance mp3 album
Album · 2003 · 10 Songs. 10 Songs, 53 Minutes. Released: 1 Apr 2003. More By Stuart Dempster.
Wu Man. Pipa from a Distance. Liner Notes, Pipa, Primary Artist, Producer, Soloist, Toy Instruments.
Wu Man (1963, Hangzhou, Zhejiang) is a Chinese pipa and ruan player and composer. She is an exponent of the Pudong School of pipa playing. Wu Man studied at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, where her instructors included Lin Shicheng, Kuang Yuzhong, Chen Zemin, and Liu Dehai. She became the first recipient of a master's degree in pipa and won the first prize in the 1989 National Music Performance Competition
Chinese Music for the Pipa. Music for the Chinese Plucked Lute. Wu Man, one of the foremost masters of the four-stringed Chinese lute, is equally comfortable playing traditional Chinese music, more contemporary forms, or even unprecedented stylistic fusions like her work with Bill Laswell and Liu Sola. A brilliant overview of Chinese music, her Western recording debut is a virtuosic solo performance of seven compositions that highlight her extraordinarily emotive playing
Play full-length songs from Wu Man And Friends by Wu Man on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. This is not your grandmother's pipa. Virtuoso musician Wu Man steps beyond fusion cliches to true dialogue between her traditional Chinese instrument and the song styles and techniques of the world. Opener "Nandare" sparks with polyrhythm brought in from Ugandan endongo. Elsewhere she sounds like a banjo player, a bandurist or, even better, (as on "Dance of the Yi People") the firebrand pipa Paganini that she is. Daphne Carr.
Woman from Tokyo" is a song by the English rock band Deep Purple. It was first released on their 1973 album Who Do We Think We Are, and later as a single that became a hit, as it reached No. 6 on the Dutch MegaCharts. The song peaked at 16 in Germany and 23 in Belgium. It was a modest success in the . reaching no. 60 on the charts there. Deep Purple was one of the first rock bands to perform in Japan in the early 1970s. As a tribute, the band wrote the song "Woman from Tokyo
Fingertip Carnival - Wu Man & Son de San Diego 指尖嘉年華． 吳蠻、聖地牙哥頌樂團. Release Date: 05/31/2018 Label: 風潮音樂 WIND MUSIC International Corporation TCD-9276 Wu Man and San Diego-based son jarocho group Son de San Diego explore the connections between Chinese and Mexican folk music and each culture's use of stringed instruments. Our World in Song Luis Conte and Daniel Ho 聽見彩虹謠.
Pipa virtuoso Wu Man combines the ancient and futuristic to produce music that is less of the Chinese restaurant and more of the opium den. From a Distance is populated with moody, dirge-like mantras that are rhythmic and harmonic musical trances. Her employment of sampling and turntablism jettisons the music deep into the 21st century. The Opening "Invocation" is perhaps the most traditional of the pieces, which, from there, become more challenging. Stuart Dempster’s didjeridu fills all space as it vibrates pieces like "Walking to the East.
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