Sunday, 3 January 2010

China: Chinese Music Played with Traditional Chinese Musical Instruments (1972 LP, Decca Eclipse ECS-R 2123)

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Professor Hoshiang Lee - China, Chinese Music Played with Traditional Chinese Musical Instruments (1972 LP, Decca Eclipse ECS-R 2123)


Title: China: Chinese Music Played with Traditional Chinese Musical Instruments
Performers: Professor Hoshiang Lee
Label: Eclipse Records, The Decca Record Company Limited (Decca Eclipse)
Catalogue number: ECS-R 2123
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo
Country: UK
Released: 1972
Credits: Producer, arranged by, conductor: Professor Hoshiang Lee
Notes: "Made in England", "Palace Music", "℗ 1972, Asia Record Co", "Produced, and arranged and conducted by Professor Hoshiang Lee".

A1. The Frantic Dance of the Golden Snake
A2. Shepherd Song Beyond the Border
A3. Looking Out from the Great Wall
A4. Bang-Tze-Feng
A5. Deep in the Night
A6. The Awakening Lion
B1. Peach Blossom
B2. Night Feast
B3. The Phoenix Courting His Mate
B4. The Yangtze River Flows to the East
B5. The Happy Time

A1. jīn shé kuáng wǔ 金蛇狂舞 The Frantic Dance of the Golden Snake
A2. sàiwài mùgē 塞外牧歌 Shepherd Song Beyond the Border
A3. chángchéng zhān wàng 长城瞻望 Looking Out from the Great Wall
A4. bāngzi fēng 梆子风 Bang-Tze-Feng
A5. yè shēn chén 夜深沉 Deep in the Night
A6. xǐng shī 醒狮 The Awakening Lion
B1. xiǎo táo hóng 小桃红 Peach Blossom
B2. yèyàn 夜宴 Night Feast
B3. fèng qiú huáng 凤求凰 The Phoenix Courting His Mate
B4. chángjiāng zhī shuǐ xiàngdōng liú 长江之水向东流 The Yangtze River Flows to the East
B5. kuàilè de shíguāng 快乐的时光 The Happy Time


Transfer equipment: LP, Pro-Jet Debut, Mission Cyrus One > wav, Edirol-R09 > flac>130 vbr MP3, LAME


Download link: http://sharebee.com/1182fa0d
Filename: China - Hoshiang Lee (1972 LP,Decca Eclipse ECS-R 2123).zip
Size: 43.66 MB
130vbr mp3 in zip folder inc covers and notes


The only performer credited on the LP is "Produced, and arranged and conducted by Professor Hoshiang Lee". The year on the record is 1972, so the recording is probably from Taiwan or Hong Kong, I guess originally on "Palace Music/Asia Record Co" then released in the UK by Decca.

2 comments:

Victor said...

Thanks for posting this. It's lovely.

huqinbloger said...

I think the stand out track is B1. xiǎo táo hóng 小桃红 Peach Blossom (aka little red peach).