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Tue, 03 Dec


Shanghai Symphony Orchestra


The premiere of "Esquisse d'un printemps perdu" for bamboo flute, pipa and big orchestra by Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra

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Time & Location

03 Dec 2019, 19:30

Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Xuhui, Shanghai, China

About the event

"L'esquisse d'un printemps perdu" will be premiered on December 3 by Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra. This new piece for bamboo flute, pipa and big orchestra has been composed on Meng Hoaran's poems. The piece has been dedicated to Marjan Fouladvind and published by Impronta - Edition UG. It's a unique event where international composers from France, Iran, Colombia, South Korea, Hungry, South Africa and China wrote pieces using traditional Chinese Instruments.

 L'esquisse d'un printemps perdu The poem is not a mere description but a successful attempt to transmit the emotional turmoil nature can create. For Haoran nature is a great source of inspiration on all levels. "Esquisse d’un Printemps Perdu" further emphasizes on the paradox observed by Haoran. Contrasted characters represented by the duality of sound registers and orchestration is one of many techniques I have used to translate Hoaran's writing.

 Spring Morning How suddenly the morning comes in Spring! On every side you can hear the sweet birds sing. Last night amidst the storm — Ah, who can tell, With wind and rain, how many blossoms fell?

第五届  听见中国·2019  上海



Concert for Symphony Compositions with Chinese Traditional Music Elements


Performance: Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra


Conductor: Zhang Liang


Time: December 3, 2019(Tuesday)19:30


Place: Shanghai Symphony Hall·Concert Hall


Producer:Xu Xu Liao Changyong


Artistic Director:Ye Guohui

主办: 上海音乐学院

Presenter:Shanghai Conservatory of Music

承办: 上海音乐学院“国际一流作曲人才培养与实践”战略创新团队

Organizer:International First-class Composition Talent Cultivation and Artistic Practice Team of Strategic Innovation of SHCM

协办: 上海音乐学院作曲系

Collaborator:Composition Department of SHCM

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