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YUNJIE WANG  

(b 1911 )

A native of Huang County, Shandong Province, Wang Yunjie is a famous Chinese composer. When he was young he successively studied the piano and composition at Shanghai Xinhua School of Arts, Music Department of University of Humane Arts, and Shanghai School of Music. As a member of Haixing Singing Ensemble led by the prominent composer Xian Xinghai, he once devoted himself to the composition of songs appealing for national salvation. In 1947 he joined Shanghai Kunlun Film Studio and transferred to film scoring. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, he began to work at Music Office of China Central Film Bureau. In 1955 he was transferred to Shanghai Film Studio as a scorer. His main works include two symphonies, string quintet Prelude and Fugue, and over forty film scores such as San Mao's Tramp Legend Entrance No.6, Lin Zexu, A Nurse's Diary and The Adventure of a Magician. In addition, he also made a lot of musicological works including Film Scoring and Orchestration.

Role: Classical Composer 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
WANG, Y.: Symphony No. 2, The War of Resistance Against Japan Yellow River Chinese
82090
Chinese Music




 
 
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