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CHINA Si-Zhu: Jiangnan Classics



CHINA Si-Zhu: Jiangnan Classics


  Song of Happiness
1.   Song Of Happiness 00:05:29
  Strolling in the Streets
2.   Strolling In The Streets 00:06:56
  Three Sections (Mei Hua San Long)
3.   Three Sections (Mei Hua San Long) 00:08:49
  Pleasing Quadrangle
4.   Pleasing Quadrangle 00:23:03
  Song of a Warm Southerly Breeze
5.   Song Of A Warm Southerly Breeze 00:08:53
  Man Liu Ban (Slow Six Accentuated Beats)
6.   Man Liu Ban (Slow Six Accentuated Beats) 00:11:23
  Cloud Celebration
7.   Cloud Celebration 00:04:41

Total Playing Time: 01:09:14


Shanghai Conservatory Jiangnan Ensemble

Label: Naxos World Music

Genre: World

Catalogue No: 76008-2

Barcode: 0636943700822

Physical Release: 11/2001

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