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Label:
  First Impression Music - http://www.fimpression.com/
Serial:
  SACD 037
Title:
  Favorite Chinese Instrumentals
Description:
  "Favorite Chinese Instrumentals"

Various Artists
Track listing:
  1. Like Wave Again The Sand (Pipa solo with ensemble)
2. Singing the Night among Fishing Boats (Jung solo)
3. Night (Percussion ensemble)
4. Love Song Of The Grassland (Tung-hsiao with ensemble)
5. Ducks Quscking (Percussion ensemble)
6. Love At The Fair (Er-hu solo with ensemble)
7. The Fishing Song (Ba-woo solo with ensemble)
8. Happy Reunion (Xylophone solo with ensemble)
9. Chinese Martial Art (Emsemble)
10. The Flowing Stream (Er-hu solo with Yang chin)
11. Spenpadei Folksong (Yang-chin solo with ensemble)
12. Autumn Moon (Er-hu solo with ensemble)
13. Moonlight Over The Spring River (ensemble)
14. Variation On Yang City Tune (Ku-jung solo)
Genre:
  Traditional
Content:
  Stereo
Media:
  Hybrid
Recording type:
 
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Reviews: 1

Review by drcook January 22, 2005 (4 of 4 found this review helpful)
Performance:   Sonics:
If you want a reference quality Stereo SACD this is it. Each instrument is featured at least one time on the album. The sound quality is clean with a definite "you are there" sound. When listening I can pinpoint the location of each instrument, and that includes being able to determine whether one instrument is a little closer or further away than another. Unfortunately there is not much info on the recording equipment originally used or how it was converted to SACD, i.e. from analog tapes to DSD or PCM to DSD. I have several SACD's, most of them with excellent sound quality, but this one is just a level or two above anything I've yet heard in this format. The liner notes say "...the sonic quality of this album...should satisfy the most discerned audiophile listener. It might become one of the most treasured CDs in his collection." That is true in my case. Great music and great sound!!

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