Исполнитель: Jia Peng Fang Название диска: Memories Лейбл: Pacific Moon Records Страна: China Жанр: New Age, Ethnic Год выпуска: 2007 Количество треков: 12 Формат: MP3 Качество: 320 kbps Время звучания: 01:01:13 Размер файла: 151,8 МБ
01. IN FULL BLOOM 02. FURUSATO from "Moonlight" 03. DISTANT THUNDER from "Sho" 04. DAWN from "Rainbow" 05. A ROAD IN EARLY SPRING from "Sho" 06. FOREVER from "Moonlight" 07. SAN SUI 08. HE NAN XIAO QU from "Faraway..." 09. DAYBREAK from "Sho 10. YUEYA WUGENG from "River" 11. TANGO OF ASIA from "Moonlight" 12. HOMEWARD from "Rainbow"
Jia Peng-Fang spent his susceptible teenage years in Jiamusi, a northern Chinese town close to the Russian border, 30 hours away by train from Beijing. He first laid his hands on the erhu at the tender age of eight - that was in the midst of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. At eighteen, he moves to Beijing seeking for a professional career, only to find himself stricken by the winds of the Revolution. On his second attempt to conquer the big capitol, he surmounts the test and enters the Chinese National Central Folk Orchestra, a national leading traditional music ensemble. There, he played as a soloist and concertmaster for ten years. In 1988, he moved to Japan, abandoning his prestigious position in China, to explore new horizons in his music. "I can't believe twenty years have passed since then. I set foot on Japanese soil with just one suitcase and my erhu. I couldn't have imagined that this will be my home for twenty years to come." Jia Peng-Fang says that he had always had a good image of Japan. But nevertheless, his musical career didn't exactly jump start. Taking a series of odd jobs, he waited for his break into the music business. The break came when he got the chance to meet the well known composer Katsuhisa Hattori. His music was now out. This album is filled with thank you messages to his fans from Jia Peng-Fang. It also contains two new songs written exclusively for this occasion by his best friend Haruki Mino. The soundscape painted with colors of "tenderness and strength" is sure to grow deeper and wider, way beyond his 20th anniversary.