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  • Performer: Lu-sheng Ensemble
  • Album: China: Shantung Folk Music & Traditional Instrumental Pieces
  • FLAC: 1174 mb | MP3: 1275 mb
  • Released: 1972
  • Country: US
  • Style: Chinese Classical
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Lu-sheng Ensemble - China: Shantung Folk Music & Traditional Instrumental Pieces album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Tien Chang (General's March)
Cymbal – Liu Chi-shengDrum – Liu Wen-ts'aiSuona [Sona] – Liu Feng-sung, Liu Feng-tai
4:38
A2 T'ao Li Ch'un Feng (Beautiful Spring)
Sheng – Liu Feng-tai, Liu Wen-ts'ai
2:20
A3 Tao Yi Ch'ü (Pounding Cloth)
Guzheng [Cheng] – Liang Tsai-ping
3:49
A4 Ku Su Hsing (Trip To Suchow)
Flute [K'un-ti] – Chen Yü-kang
5:11
A5 Liang Hsiao (A Happy Ending)
Fiddle [Nan-hu] – Ko Min-chiou
2:15
A6 Pai Niao Yin (Chirping Of A Hundred Birds)
Dizi [Ti-Tzu] – Chen Yü-kang
6:32
B1 Yü Chou Ch'ang Wan (Fisherman's Evening Song)
Guzheng [Cheng] – Liang Tsai-ping
5:23
B2 Yüeh Yeh (Moonlit Night)
Fiddle [Nan-hu] – Ko Min-chiou
4:00
B3 Hsiao Fang Niu (A Fair Lady And A Cowherd)
Flute [K'un-ti] – Chen Yü-kang
3:34
B4 Yeh Shen Ch'en (Silent Evening)
Fiddle [Nan-hu] – Ko Min-chiouRuan [Yüeh-ch'in] – Liu Chi-shengSheng – Liu Feng-tai
3:02
B5 Lao Seng Sao Tien (Old Monk Sweeping The Temple)
Sheng – Liu Feng-tai, Liu Wen-ts'ai
2:33
B6 Pai Yün Ku Hsiang (Sweet Home Under White Clouds)
Bells [Tong Bell] – Chen Yü-kangCymbal – Liu Wen-ts'aiOboe [Shuang Kuan] – Liu-Feng-sungSheng – Liu Chi-sheng, Liu Feng-tai
5:00

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Copyright (c) – Nonesuch Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nonesuch Records

Credits

  • Art Direction – Robert L. Heimall
  • Coordinator – Teresa Sterne
  • Cover [Art] – Donald Leake
  • Design [Cover] – Jo Ann Gruber
  • Directed By – Liang Tsai-ping
  • Ensemble – Lu-sheng Ensemble
  • Liner Notes – Frederic Lieberman
  • Mastered By – Robert C. Ludwig*
  • Producer, Engineer, Edited By [Tape] – David Lewiston

Notes

Turquoise label without printed address along label rim.
At bottom of back cover:
Ⓒ by Nonesuch Records • 15 Columbus Circle • New York, N.Y. • printed in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, A Side): H-72051-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped And Etched, A Side): STERLING RL
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, B Side): H-72051-B ARC 10-28-72

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 72051-4 Lu-sheng Ensemble China: Shantung Folk Music & Traditional Instrumental Pieces ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Nonesuch, Elektra 9 72051-4 US 1988
H-72051 Lu-sheng Ensemble, Liang Tsai-p'ing* Lu-sheng Ensemble, Liang Tsai-p'ing* - China (Shantung Folk Music & Traditional Instrumental Pieces) ‎(LP, Album) Nonesuch H-72051 US 1972
H-72051 Lu-sheng Ensemble China: Shantung Folk Music & Traditional Instrumental Pieces ‎(LP, Album, RE, RP) Nonesuch H-72051 US Unknown
H-72051 Lu-sheng Ensemble China: Shantung Folk Music & Traditional Instrumental Pieces ‎(LP, Album, RE, RP) Nonesuch H-72051 US Unknown
H-72051 Lu-sheng Ensemble China: Shantung Folk Music & Traditional Instrumental Pieces ‎(LP, Album, RE, RP) Nonesuch H-72051 US Unknown

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