Extractions: tytułów utworów: angielska Stopień trudno¶ci: 8 w skali od do 10 Dostępno¶ć w magazynie, wysyłka natychmiastowa Autorzy Autor wstępu: Sheng Bright Zobacz nuty: Kod produktu: Utwór "The Stream Flows" dedykowany jest nauczycielowi Shenga Brighta, Hugo Weisgall. Utwór składa sie z 2 czę¶ci: czę¶ć 1 nawi±zuje do pie¶ni z południowej czę¶ci Chin, czę¶ć 2 nawi±zuje do tańca narodowego. The Stream Flows, is dedicated to my teacher Hugo Weisgall. The work has got two parts. The first parts is based on a famous folk song from the south part of China, the second part is a fast country dance based.
Bright Sheng Biography, reviews, articles, selected discography, upcoming performances, work list, links from Schirmer. Also a Silk Road tour journal. http://www.schirmer.com/composers/sheng_bio.html
Bright Sheng - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Bright Sheng (surname Sheng, Chinese ç›› ĺ®— äş®; pinyin Sh ng ZĹŤngli ng; born December 6, 1955 in Shanghai, China) is a ChineseAmerican composer, conductor, and pianist. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bright_Sheng
Extractions: Bright Sheng (surname Sheng Chinese pinyin ShĂ¨ng ZĹŤngliĂ ng ; born December 6, 1955 in Shanghai China ) is a Chinese-American composer conductor , and pianist . He has lived in the United States since and is on faculty at the University of Michigan . In 1999, the White House commissioned Sheng to compose a piece to honor the Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji at a state dinner hosted by President Bill Clinton . In November , Sheng received a MacArthur Fellowship . Sheng is the New York City Ballet 's first composer in residence. Sheng's compositions have been performed by most major American orchestras, as well as many European and Asian orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic Boston Symphony Orchestra Chicago Symphony Orchestra Philadelphia Orchestra ... Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra , and the China National Symphony . Some of the most notable performers of Sheng's music have included Leonard Bernstein Yo-Yo Ma Peter Serkin Kurt Masur ... David Zinman , and Neeme JĂ¤rvi . Sheng's most notable teachers include Leonard Bernstein and Chou Wen-Chung Never Far Away , a harp concerto, world premiere (2008) by Yolanda Kondonassis and the San Diego Symphony Nanking! Nanking!
Extractions: Office: 2216 Moore Bright Sheng is a composer, conductor, and pianist. In April of 1999, Mr. Sheng received a special commission from the White House to create a new work for a state dinner, hosted by the president, honoring the Chinese Premiere Zhou Rongji. In October 2001, Bright Sheng was named a MacArthur Fellow with a cash prize of $500,000. Professor Sheng has appeared as solo pianist and conductor with the San Francisco Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra (Russia), Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra (Germany), Hong Kong Philharmonic, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, and China National Symphony,among others, and has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and the Tanglewood Music Center. He has also collaborated with such eminent ensembles and individuals as the Emerson Quartet, Takacs Quartet, Shanghai Quartet, St. Petersburg Quartet, Colin Graham (librettist and stage director), Jude Kelly (stage director), Ong Keng Sen (stage director), David Henry Hwang (playwright/librettist), Andrew Porter (librettist), Helgi Tomasson (choreographer), Peter Martins (choreographer), Christopher Wheeldon (choreographer), and Will Tuckett (choreographer). In addition to many national and international awards, Mr. Sheng has received fellowships and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, Guggenheim Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Naumberg Foundation, Copland Foundation, Michigan Arts Award and a Rackham fellowship and a fellowship from the Institute for the Humanities from the University of Michigan.
Bright Sheng Sheng, Bright (b. December 6, 1955, Shanghai). Chineseborn American composer of stage, orchestral, chamber, and vocal works that have been performed throughout the world; he http://composers21.com/compdocs/shengb.htm
Extractions: he Living Composers Project Sheng Bright (b. December 6, 1955, Shanghai). Chinese-born American composer of stage, orchestral, chamber, and vocal works that have been performed throughout the world; he is also active as a conductor and pianist. Prof. Sheng studied piano with his mother as a child and studied composition with Wang Jian-zhong at the Conservatory of Music in Shanghai from 1978-82. He studied composition with George Perle and Hugo Weisgall at Queens College and there earned his MA in 1984 and later studied composition with Jack Beeson and Chou Wen-chung at Columbia University, where he earned his DMA in 1993. He also studied composition and conducting privately with Leonard Bernstein from 1985-90. He has received many honors in China, as well as three fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Charles Ives Scholarship Award from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters (1984) and the Rackham Fellowship from the University of Michigan (2000). He has also earned the Michigan Arts Award (2001), the MacArthur Fellowship Award (2001), the American Award in Music from the American Academy of Arts and Letters (2001), and the ASCAP Achievement Award (2002). In addition, he has received grants from various foundations and organizations. Prof. Sheng is also active in other positions. He worked as a pianist and timpanist with the Folk Dance and Music Theatre in Qinghai province from 1971-78 and there also collected folk music. He served as composer-in-residence to the Lyric Opera of Chicago from 1989-92 and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra from 1992-95 and in 2000-01 and at the Tanglewood Music Center in 2001. He also served as artist-in-residence with the Washington Performing Arts Society in 2001-02 and has served as composer-in-residence at the Mannes College of Music since 2002. He has been artistic advisor to the Queens Symphony Orchestra since 1997 and to the Silk Road Project since 1998.
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Extractions: Biography Performances Works Recordings Gallery Contacts Press ... Home Biography Conductor/Pianist Bio Bright Sheng is respected as one of the foremost composers of our time, whose stage, orchestral, chamber and vocal works are performed regularly throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Shengâ€™s music is noted for its lyrical and limpid melodies, a Shostakovich sense of breath in music phrases, a Bartokian sense of rhythmic propulsion, and dramatic and theatrical gestures. Many of Shengâ€™s works has strong Chinese and Asian influences, a result of his diligent study of Asian musical cultures for over three decades. He was proclaimed by the MacArthur Foundation in 2001 as â€śan innovative composer who merges diverse musical customs in works that transcend conventional aesthetic boundaries.â€ť The Foundation predicts that â€śBright Sheng will continue to be an important leader in exploring and bridging musical traditions.â€ť Born in December, 1955, in Shanghai, Sheng began studying the piano with his mother at age four. During Chinaâ€™s infamous Cultural Revolution, at fifteen he was sent to Qinghaiâ€”a Chinese province bordering Tibetâ€”where for seven years he performed as a pianist and percussionist in the provincial music and dance theater, and studied folk music of the region. When Chinaâ€™s universities reopened in 1978, he was among the first students admitted to the Shanghai Conservatory of Music where he studied composition from 1978-82. He moved to New York City in 1982; and, at Queens College, CUNY, he studied composition with
Fall 1998 Michigan Today---Bright Sheng, Composer Fall 1998 Michigan Today interview includes his history, how he became a musician, the effect of the Chinese Communist government, leaving and returning to China, and his own name. http://www.umich.edu/~newsinfo/MT/98/Fal98/mt13f98.html
Extractions: 'PEOPLE ACKNOWLEDGE ARTISTIC LICENSE; I EMBRACE CULTURAL LICENSE.' Since moving to the United States from China in 1982, the composer Bright Sheng has steadily built a world reputation for his fusion of Eastern and Western musical styles. Sheng's gifts of adaptability and openness were nurtured and steeled in his youth, as he struggled to maintain his passion for music in the anti-cultural climate of the Cultural Revolution . At Queens College, the City University and Columbia, his main teachers were Leonard Bernstein, Chou WenChung and George Perie. Sheng's one-act opera The Song of Majnun with librettist Andrew Porter was recorded on the Delos label by the Houston Grand Opera. His discography also includes a first runner-up for the 1989 Pulitzer Prize, H'UN (Laceration): In Memoriam 1966-1976 , an orchestral portrait depicting the crimes and losses inflicted by the Cultural Revolution (New World label), and Two Folk Songs From Qinghai (Kock International). He was again first runner-up for the Pulitzer in 1991 for Four Movements for Piano Trio. Michigan Today
Extractions: David Henry Hwang is the author of M. Butterfly (1988 Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics awards, Pulitzer Prize finalist), Golden Child (1998 Tony nomination, 1997 OBIE Award), FOB (1981 OBIE Award), The Dance and the Railroad (Drama Desk nomination), Family Devotions (Drama Desk Nomination), Sound and Beauty , and Bondage . His newest play, Yellow Face , which premiered at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles and New Yorkâ€™s Public Theatre, won a 2008 OBIE Award, and was a finalist for the 2008 Pulitzer Prize. He wrote the scripts for Elton John and Tim Riceâ€™s Aida (co-author), Rodgers and Hammersteinâ€™s Flower Drum Song (2002 revival, 2003 Tony nomination), and Disneyâ€™s Tarzan . A native of Los Angeles, Hwang serves on the Council of the Dramatists Guild. He attended Stanford University and Yale Drama School, and was appointed by President Clinton to the Presidentâ€™s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities.
Boatmen's Song Title Boatmen's Song, Voicing/Format Ssaa, Publisher G Schirmer Inc, Composer Sheng, Bright, Arranger Nunez, Francisco, Price $1.95, catalog 50486623 http://listeninglab.stantons.com/title/boatmens-song/435701
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Extractions: Bright Sheng Composer, Conductor and Pianist Biography Performances Works Recordings ... Press Rehearsing of Hot Pepper with Catherine Leonard and Ji Hye Yung Sep. 10th. 2010 After the US Premiere of Northern Lights with Lynn Harrell Aug. 8th 2010 After the world premiere of Just Dance with Gerard Schwarz July 10th 2010 After the world premiere of Northern Lights with Audun Sandvik, Cello, Kristian Lindberg, piano July 3rd. 2010 "DSO and multi-talented Sheng forge an epic... the Detroit Symphony Orchestra delivered a concert Friday morning that was everything a modern-day orchestra program should be. It was imaginative, surprising, inspiring and beautiful. read more The Detroit News "Music leads DSO to China... Sheng proved an effective advocate on the podium, drawing fiercely committed and intense playing from the DSO and turning quickly from bracing climaxes to finely etched details. The strings swelled with emotion and the many individual obbligatos across the orchestra spoke with character." read more Detroit Free Press Music Critic (Bright Sheng's conducting) persnickety attention to detail - and the Des Moines Symphony Orchestra's concentration - resulted in a sound that was more precise than audiences have heard from the group in a while. Their performance was bold, challenging and ultimately rewarding.
Extractions: Buy Now Track Title Composers Performers Time H'un (Lacerations): In Memoriam 1966 - 76 for orchestra Bright Sheng The 1. quarter note=54 Bright Sheng Lucia Lin The 2. quarter note=104-108 Bright Sheng Lucia Lin Blue Flower Bright Sheng Bright Sheng Paul Neubauer At the Hillside Where Bright Sheng Bright Sheng Paul Neubauer The Stream Flows Bright Sheng Bright Sheng Paul Neubauer 1. eighth note=54 Bright Sheng Peter Serkin 2. quarter note=72 Bright Sheng Peter Serkin 3. quarter note=112-116 Bright Sheng Peter Serkin 4. eighth note=66 ("Nostalgia") Bright Sheng Peter Serkin Tom Lazarus (Engineer) Gerard Schwarz (Conductor) Judith Sherman (Producer) Brad Michel (Editing) Elizabeth Ostrow (Producer) Lucia Lin (Violin) Lucia Lin (Performer) Peter Serkin (Piano) Peter Serkin (Performer) Bob Defrin (Cover Design) Leighton Kerner Leighton Kerner (Liner Notes) Bright Sheng (Piano) Bright Sheng (Performer) Bright Sheng (Translation) Paul Neubauer (Viola) Paul Neubauer (Performer) Zhao-Yu Wan (Artwork) Zhao-Yu Wan (Cover Art) Bradley Michel (Editing) Lisa Saffer (Soprano (Vocal))
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Extractions: News and Information Services Sheng Since arriving in the U.S. in 1982, Sheng has developed compositions that are fresh characterizations crossing musical and cultural traditions. His vast array of works include: The Song of Majnun , an opera, which in one act, revisits an Asian tale of star-crossed lovers; Flute Moon , which reworks a classic Chinese art song from the 13th century; and Nanking! Nanking! a lamentation on World War II atrocities suffered by the Chinese. Affiliated with the U-M since 1995, Sheng has been commissioned by and performed at orchestras and opera houses in New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Japan, Russia, Great Britain and Germany, and will present a full-length opera at the Sante Fe Opera in 2003. His national honors and recognitions include a Guggenheim Fellowship.
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