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A Tale of Loss and Hope
Opera (2005) Vol. 56, No. 5, pp. 552, 554-557
... Discussion is presented on the state of Chinese Opera. Emphasis is placed on the National Beijing ... Opera Company of China, scheduled to tour the United Kingdom in May of 2005. Chinese opera as a ... included. Details revealed by several professionals in the Chinese opera field define the difficulties ...
... in Chinese opera in Singapore are positioned. The study shows that the aesthetic distinctions ... -political contexts in Singapore. As a social phenomenon, Chinese street opera is probably the most ... A study is presented that examines several writings on and performances of state-sponsored Chinese ...
... the recent trend of performing Chinese opera as grandiose spectacle. ... Reviews a program of opera excerpts by the Taipei Theater under the auspices of its New York ... Peking Opera and praises the superb low-key quality of performances of "Crossroads Hill" from "Wu Sheng ...
... Rockwell reviews a Metropolitan Opera production of Verdi's "Otello," Yannick Nézet-Séguin ... conducting, and National Academy of Chinese Performing Arts productions of "Legend of the White Snake" and "The Jewellry Purse." ...
... Zhang discusses the similarities and differences between traditional Chinese opera and European ... Chinese opera singers, focusing on breathing and tonality. Zhang also notes major differences, such ... opera, as evinced by the more than 200-year history of the Peking Opera. She examines the training of ...
... Chinese opera director Chen Shi-Zheng is interviewed about the state of Chinese opera at the ... , the overwhelming wave of westernization, and the traditional Chinese opera in relation to contemporary works. ...
... Lam presents an analysis investigating the continuing popularity of the 1960 Chinese opera ... "Escorting Lady Jing Home," done in the 600-year-old kunqu style. He examines the ways in which the opera ... allows Chinese audiences to confront traditional gender roles, and links contemporary audiences to their historical roots. ...
Hao Jiang Tian
Current Biography (2009) Vol. 70, No. 2, pp. 34-38
... Chinese opera. His educational background is traced and the roles he has sung are noted. He has been a U.S. citizen since 1995. ... the first opera singer from that country to have a lasting international career, and his support for ...
... Part two of a series of articles on southern Chinese music - particularly the Nanyin form of ... traditional opera - and scholars' efforts to study and preserve such music is presented. Quanzhou, a ... people in the regions in which it originiated and by audiences around the world. Chinese music ...
... York City in September of 1997 and comments on the history of Chinese opera and the interpretation of the singers. ...
Mamma Mia
Opernwelt (2011) Vol. 52, No. 12, pp. 78
... A discussion on the opera scene in China is presented. ...
... their music and language. Survey and studies of Cantonese music in Canada include "Cantonese opera and ...
An Epic Life Sings
Opera News (2014) Vol. 78, No. 12, pp. 14-15
... Huang Ruo's opera "Dr. Sun Yat-Sen" is featured. ...
... production staged by the Honan Opera Troupe of the National Kuo-Kuang Chinese Opera Company of Taiwan ... Review of comedic opera "Tan Po-hu Courts Chiu-hsiang" at the Taipei Theater in New York. This ...
... Howard reviews a recording of music from Chinese opera, performed by flutist Zeng Ming. ...
The Adaptation of European Musical Traditions in China on the Example of the "School Song"
Problemy Muzykal'noj Nauki (2014) , No. 1, pp. 10-13

The dialogue between the musical cultures of Europe and China has been formed during the course of several centuries, having reached its most active stage during the 20th century. One of the means of adaptation of European traditions to Chinese ...

... in many ways prepared the flourishing of contemporary Chinese opera and its success on the opera ... adaptation of European traditions to Chinese culture was the "school song," presented in the ... article as a special phenomenon of Chinese musical culture. For the first time the main sources and stages ...
... One of the most curious aspects about Canadian Chinese cultural history is the role of opera ... Cantonese opera, the regional genre known to the majority of Chinese immigrants that came from the ... curiosities, but at the same time provided Chinese audiences the intimate world of emotive musical drama ...
... Attributes Chaicha (or Caicha) Opera as a product of the culture from the tea growing mountains in ... the Jiangxi Province in China. Rapidly developing after 1949, this form of opera is considered a ... treasure of Chinese folk and theatrical arts, and is receiving increased appreciation. ...