傩舞 = 'Nuo' dance



Track 44.192.44.30 (0)

By Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus



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The music is taken from the dance drama "Nu wa" and is one of the vigorous sections. In ancient time, when calamities befall mankind, people would dance the "Nuo" dance as part of the ritual seeking help from Heaven. The Chinese character "Nuo" 傩 contains two parts, on the left is 'People' and on the right 'Disaster'. This piece of music consists of three sections: a. Prayer; b. 'Nuo' dance; c. Thanksgiving. It is also specially composed at the invitation of Singaporean choreographer Goh Lay Kuan for the 1994 Singapore Art Festival.

Album
潘耀田交响作品集 = Symphonic works by Phoon Yew Tien
Performer(s)
Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus
Composer(s)
Pan, Yaotian, 1952-
Conductor(s)
Lim, Yau
Lyricist(s)
Arranger(s)
Instrument(s)
Original Publisher(s)
KK Productions
Digital Publisher(s)
Language
Chinese
Duration
00:10:34
Genre
Chinese Classical>>Instrumental
Keywords
Symphonies--Singapore, Orchestral music--Singapore, Pan, Yaotian, ,1952- --Performances
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