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Subscribe to Coconuts TV here: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=CoconutsMedia http://coconuts.co Chinese Opera ( "Ngiw") was brought to Thailand over 300 hundred years ago by the the "Teochew" people of Guangdong Province, China. Like a band of traveling gypsies these opera troupes work their way around the country performing at the same locations annually. Although Chinese Opera in Thailand is in decline, if you still haven't witnessed it you should consider going to a show before it's too late. Subscribe to Coconuts TV for more cool videos like this: http://www.youtube.com/user/CoconutsM... And follow Coconuts Bangkok here: http://bangkok.coconuts.co http://facebook.com/coconutsbangkok http://twitter.com/coconutsbangkok http://instagram.com/coconutsbangkok
Nixon in China Music by JOHN ADAMS and Libretto by ALICE GOODMAN COMPANY PREMIERE John Adams' rhythmically rich re-creation of a presidential trip to Beijing has established itself as a great American opera, a work of "clarity, simplicity, shocking elegance" that "will be around for the long haul" (The New York Times). A quarter-century after premiering at Houston Grand Opera under the leadership of David Gockley, this modern masterpiece makes its long-awaited Bay Area stage premiere. Michael Cavanagh's "brilliantly effective" staging (Vancouver Sun) will feature Brian Mulligan, whose rich baritone thrilled audiences in San Francisco Opera's Faust (2010) and Werther (2010), in the title role. Lawrence Renes, whose conducting of Adams' Doctor Atomic won praise from London critics, will le...
http://store.operapassion.com/dvdww109.html John Adams's first opera Nixon In China (1985-7), produced by Peter Sellars, with libretto by Alice Goodman, about the visit of Richard Nixon to China in 1972, where he met with Mao Zedong and other Chinese officials. Act I Ending - On the first night of the visit, a great feast for the American delegation is held in the Great Hall of the People 人民大會堂. The Nixons and Chou gradually relax in one another's company as good food and strong drink takes its effect. Chou rises to make a toast to the American delegation, full of fulsome praise and wishes for peaceful co-existence. Nixon responds in kind, congratulating the Chinese for their hospitality and recanting his previous opposition to China. The party continues with mutual compliments and toas...
Cantonese opera is a centuries-old art form found in southern China. SCMP went behind the stage of an all-children Cantonese opera group to see how these performers – some as young as 10 years old – are keeping the cultural heritage alive.
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NEW YORK, May 20, 2012 - China's Shanghai Kunqu Opera Troupe performs the classic Journey to the West and two other tales in a family-oriented program. For more: http://asiasociety.org/video/arts/shanghai-kunqu-opera-lanke-mountain-complete
Kunqu Opera is the foremost Chinese operatic performing art for the past 600 years, originating in Kunshan -- Durham's sister city. This art form is considered a perfect combination of poetry, music, dance and drama, and UNESCO proclaimed it a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Lydia Hodgson will discuss the music and costumes, and will present an excerpt from "The Peony Pavilion." This program is co-sponsored by the Zhuzhou Committee of Sister Cities of Durham.
名曲欣賞 (解心腔板面襯詩白)李: (詩白)洛陽一會結良儔，把臂同遊瞬屆秋， 杜: (詩白)流水高山心契少，石門道別感離愁 李: (揚州二流)金風涼透，遠山斜陽爽氣浮， 杜: (接唱)登臨極目遍池台，愁聽雁悲秋，系馬疏林，暫挽驪歌奏， 李: (接唱)飛蓬各自遠，唯有盡杯酒， 杜: (接唱)萬里江流，未知何時再會知心友 李: (乙反二王合字序)魯宋梁齊看淑景，一載歡聚同遊， 杜: (接唱)今日借淡酒奉敬良友，此後路遙分隔萬里悠悠， 李: (接唱)莫言愁餞別添新憂，徒令心傷透 杜: (乙反二王)猶記玉堂金殿帝王州，車水馬龍笙歌奏，昔日梁王宮闕，到今剩下了敗瓦頹樓。落花啼鳥悼簾鉤，荒園斜照夕陽浮，有道世事滄桑，人生如棋難猜透； 李: (反線中板)還看曜華宮，荒荑滿目，梧桐寂寞，傲笑歷千秋。單父台上記風流，弦歌鳳舞休，物換星移，白雲蒼狗；歷下亭內把詩酬，一載同遊結伴，連輿接席，狂歌盡金甌。策馬崇阿美景收，逸氣豪情，醉臥桃園消永晝； 杜: (長句滾花)結伴屐齒遊，京華花錦繡，舉杯邀月齊進酒，逐鹿射雕撥閒愁，檀板紅牙玉笙奏，鏤衣歌衫舞鳳樓。我拱手，問李侯， (白)比如田獵、賞花、登山、觀舞， (續唱花半句)究竟以何者居先後； (反線新曲醉湖仙引子襯白)李: (白)子美兄，登山乃一時之趣，田獵是半晌之歡，常言花好不常有，月圓不長留，況且歌舞雖娛，片刻便休，若說開懷嘛，又怎似得…… (反線新曲醉湖仙)一葉輕舟逐水流，鵲山湖上好泛舟，兩入平湖覓芳洲，三番桂棹紋漣碧，四面屏山影鏡浮，湖光花影皆我有，人生豁達豈暇愁，五嶽聳天齊云起，六橋跨虹七色收，八仙乘鶴九皋嘯，往返神州任去留，十分佳景會心遊 (士工滾花)幡動船移綠漪皺，笑傲湖山好泛舟。願隨風月縱閒遊，靜觀水鏡映雲岫； (八板南音襯白)杜: (白)欸，興盡悲來，識盈虛之有數，望長安於日下，指吳會於雲間，懷帝昏而不見，奉宣室於何年呢， 李: (白...
[This video can be viewed in HD mode - please go to 'Settings' and select 720p] 2nd Sept 2016 @ 1.30 pm: rehearsal time for the ChaoYang Chaoju Opera Co 潮 阳 潮 剧 团. Under the watchful, demanding guidance of National Grade 1 Opera Director, Mr Wu Ci Ming 吴兹明 - the unseen, but obviously cannot be ignored voice - all personnel (performers, musicians, stage hands, lighting staff, etc) go through the paces for the evening’s opera performance; This would be for the 3rd night of their 9-day opera season from 31st Aug/8th Sept 2016 @ the Kreta Ayer Peoples' Theatre, Singapore. Hosted by the ChaoYang Association 潮 阳 会 馆 in celebration of their 90th Anniversary.
Peaceful Chinese Zen Music with traditional instruments playing the solos (Guzheng and Erhu) NuMeditationMusic youtube channel is devoted to create a new collection of LONG MEDITATION MUSIC videos for you to relax and enjoy in your daily meditation. In our channel you will find MUSIC playlists dedicated to BINAURAL BEATS, CHAKRA MEDITATION, BUDDHIST MEDITATION and SHAMANIC MEDITATION. Our goal is to enhance your experience of MEDITATION, ASTRAL PROJECTION, LUCID DREAMING and DEEP SLEEP. Check out our selection of PLAYLISTS: CHAKRA MEDITATIONS http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz9P6flgCsqqw8uwAu52iaXS_XRiF_M0G A collection of chakra meditations for balancing & healing all the chakras (Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus, Heart, Throat,Third Eye and Crown chakra). This playlist also includes ...
The Poet Queen is a contemporary Vietnamese opera by Linh Huyen. The opera was inspired by the poet Ho Xuan Huong, who's poems challenged the prevailing Confucian norms that prevailed in the society of late 18th, and early 19th century Vietnam. Against a background of tumultuous and dangerous times, Xuan Huong created timelessly sensuous, erotic and beautiful poetry. Her writing expresses a free spirit that may be seen in many ways as akin to that of the equally elusive Sappho. Xuan Huong's used the nuance of language with great artistry and her use of references and analogies with nature are renown. She has become one of the most prominent figures of Vietnamese literature, achieving this in spite of the restrictions placed on a member of her her gender, and the difficult time...
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Experience the Ring Cycle from a brand new, intimate perspective! Watch a portrait of a true artist at work, as Richard Farnes (Music Director, Opera North 2004-2016) conducts the entirety of Wagner's epic 15 hour music drama, Der Ring des Nibelungen, recorded during live performances in Leeds (2016). From 12 February 2017, you can also watch the complete films of Opera North's award-winning production of Richard Wagner's Ring Cycle, streaming on demand, for free, on BBC iPlayer and at bbc.co.uk/ringcycle Discover more at bbc.co.uk/ringcycle and theringcycle.co.uk Opera North: The Ring Cycle Recorded live at Leeds Town Hall, May 2016. All rights reserved. Music and libretto: Richard Wagner (1876) Conductor: Richard Farnes Director: Peter Mumford Orchestra and Chorus of Opera North ...
Hi, everyone! Oriental Wuxia.com has officially come online！ We have all kinds of Fantasy, Xianxia, Xuanhuan novels here! Come and enjoy the largest active comunity , the most popular and the latest novel at www.orientalwuxia.com/ The General’s son as he is, Wu Tianxiang chose to conceal his real identity to find a pure love. Years ago, he and Xueer fell in love with each other at the first sight. But later Xueer left him. When he met Xueer again, he found Xueer turned cold to him. What’s worse, Xueer’s father was very snobbish since he drove Wu Tianxiang out and taught him a good lesson. In order to take revenge, Wu Tianxiang restores his real identity to get married with Xueer. After their marriage, Wu Tianxiang tries all ways to torture Xueer, without knowing that the Xueer he marries...