Performing List by the Traditional Chinese Orchestra of Wen Lan High School
Overture of Celebration-Chinese Folk Orchestra Emsembles 7’
The music piece depicts happy atmosphere with a lively rhythm and graceful melody.
Dance of the Yao People — Chinese Folk Orchestra Ensemble6’24’’
Yao Minority lives in the southwest of China. Singing and dancing are perfect hobbies for this minority. This piece of music is a vivid portrayal of people celebrating their festivals in their village, expressing their love for life.
Easygoing Carriage — by Bamboo Flute and Chinese Orchestra 3’58’’
The bamboo flute piece with vivid and simple language depicts the scene of the farmers driving carts loaded with food after harvest and merrily delivering.
Song of Fishermen — played by Liuqin and Chinese Orchestra 5’20’’
The music piece is glutted with China southern style, where is near the Yangzi River. It is filled with poetic grace,gentle and soft.
The Season of Grape Harvest — played by ErHu and Chinese Orchestra5’03’’
It is an Erhu concerto with music style of the minority nationality living in Xin Jiang, China. It vividly demonstrates Xinjiang people singing and dancing along with melody for the harvest of ripe grapes.
A Dream in Red Mansions Overture — played by Chinese Orchestra3’54’’
‘A Dream in Red Mansion’s’ Overture, selected from the well-known TV drama program "A Dream in Red Mansions", which is also a classic in China, has a delicate and graceful tune.
The Song of Shepherd –Played by the traditional instruments orchestra 3’15’’
The graceful melody is the theme song of the movie Shaolin Temple ,which was acted by Jet Li in the 1980s.
My Girl in the Far Place — played by the traditional instruments Orchestra 9’33’’
The music is made up of several famous China’s minority folk songs and sounds graceful and melodious. It tells us how a young man lingered on the thought of his loved girl.
Evening Song of the Homebound Fishermen — played by Guzheng Solo4’41’’
It is a well-known traditional Chinese song. The title, "Homebound Fishermen", was taken from the well-known poet Wang Bo (649-676) at the word: “At sunset, the fishermen can be heard singing the evening songs, their voices drifting as far as the banks of the Poyang Lake”. The song vividly demonstrates scenes of the ancient south of the Yangzi River water in the evening sunset view, the fishing boats are homing. The music depicts an artistic conception which is pure and fresh, chic and far-reaching.
Charming Water-Splashing Festival –played by Sheng 3’30’’
‘Charming Water-Splashing Festival’ describes the happy mood while people living in Yunnan Province, China, celebrate their festival. The music has the typical characteristics of Dai Minority.
Horse Racing — String Ensemble 3’17’’
This piece has a rich flavor of Mongolia tradition. It plays with a quick and enthusiastic tempo in an attempt to picture horses racing on grasslands.
A rose for me – Played by PiPa and Orchestra 2’10’’
It’s adapted from a Xinjiang folk song. It describes the happy mood through the enthusiastic rhythm and flexible dancing tempo.
Beating the Dates out of the Tree —played by Suona and Chinese Orchestra3’42’’
With lively and Scheherazade music, it vividly demonstrates a happy scene of three generations while beating the dates out of the tree.
Jasmine — Woodwind Ensemble by Chinese Orchestra 3’08’’
It is a piece of folk music from Jiangsu Province, China. The tune is graceful and fantastic. It reaches every corner of China and even goes abroad.
American music — the Little Naughty Alarm Clock 3’03’’& Auld Lang Syne
Auld lang syne is arranged by the theme song of the famous movie Waterloo Bridge.3’11’’
Dragons Rising and Tigers Leaping — Drum and Brass Ensemble 6’01’’
This piece is a typical Chinese music, especially popular in the east of Zhejiang Province. It describes the happy mood while people work hard to make a better life.
Colorful Clouds Chasing the Moon — played by Chinese Orchestra4’42’’
It has the strong characteristics of Guangdong folk music, which is one genre of the rich and colorful national music of China.
Flowering in Moon Light— Woodwind Ensemble by Chinese Orchestra3’40’’
The whole song is in the warm introduction begun with the Allegro. It depicts scenes of people enjoying dancing around the flowers in the moonlight by means of soft, light, and lively music.