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Tun Tu - all downloads

Tun Tu - all downloads

Chamber Music Renewed


  • Order No.: WER 73472 Q51695
Product Name Type/Size Price Qty
Tun Tu - album plus booklet Composer: Wang, Ying (zip/98.71 MB)
€11.99  *
Incl. 19% Tax
Tun Tu - (09:17 min.) Composer: Wang, Ying (mp3/17533.67 KB)
€2.99  *
Incl. 19% Tax
Wave in D - (10:04 min.) Composer: Wang, Ying (mp3/19041.40 KB)
€2.99  *
Incl. 19% Tax
Glissadulation - (08:22 min.) Composer: Wang, Ying (mp3/15856.33 KB)
€2.99  *
Incl. 19% Tax
Focus Exchange - (14:40 min.) Composer: Wang, Ying (mp3/27559.38 KB)
€3.99  *
Incl. 19% Tax
Tip to Top - (06:17 min.) Composer: Wang, Ying (mp3/11894.16 KB)
€1.99  *
Incl. 19% Tax
Coffee & Tea - (11:11 min.) Composer: Wang, Ying (mp3/20959.29 KB)
€2.99  *
Incl. 19% Tax

Description
Shaped equally by her roots in China as well as European influences, Ying Wang, with her struggle for an individual musical language, embodies in an exemplary way the challenges of finding a point of balance between two cultures. Ying Wang mediates between the two cultures. She has achieved quite personal solutions in her works, integrating dramatic impulses and meditative sensual sonorities. She regards as especially fruitful the transferring of techniques for the creation of electronic sounds to acoustical instruments. Restriction and freedom are important criteria in "Wave in D", where Wang, out of extremely limited tonal material, draws a rich assemblage of differentiated sound colors from the possibilities of the traditional instrument and the electronics. In "Tun Tu" baritone saxophone and electronic sounds interact and come together in an imaginary sound landscape. The distorted sounds of the instrument, embedded in a cosmos of mysterious electronic colorations, seem at first almost improvisatory, but "Tun Tu" is rigorously organized. In "Coffee & Tea" Ying Wang reflects on contrasts between the cultures of Asia and Europe and uses coffee and tea as metaphors. coproduction with Deutschlandradio Production: Deutschlandfunk within Forum neue Musik 2015
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Publisher: Wergo
Shaped equally by her roots in China as well as European influences, Ying Wang, with her struggle for an individual musical language, embodies in an exemplary way the challenges of finding a point of balance between two cultures. Ying Wang mediates between the two cultures. She has achieved quite personal solutions in her works, integrating dramatic impulses and meditative sensual sonorities. She regards as especially fruitful the transferring of techniques for the creation of electronic sounds to acoustical instruments. Restriction and freedom are important criteria in "Wave in D", where Wang, out of extremely limited tonal material, draws a rich assemblage of differentiated sound colors from the possibilities of the traditional instrument and the electronics. In "Tun Tu" baritone saxophone and electronic sounds interact and come together in an imaginary sound landscape. The distorted sounds of the instrument, embedded in a cosmos of mysterious electronic colorations, seem at first almost improvisatory, but "Tun Tu" is rigorously organized. In "Coffee & Tea" Ying Wang reflects on contrasts between the cultures of Asia and Europe and uses coffee and tea as metaphors. coproduction with Deutschlandradio Production: Deutschlandfunk within Forum neue Musik 2015
Publisher: Wergo