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DaiLin Hsieh 彈古箏的岱霖謝
陳哲《蒼歌引》古箏與鋼琴 | 謝岱霖演奏 Zhe Chen, “Blue Heaven Overture” ; Zheng (Chinese zither), Dailin Hsieh
《蒼歌引》 作曲：陳哲 古箏：謝岱霖 鋼琴：萬筱嵐 羅晶、謝岱霖--箏峰疊翠音樂會 時間: 2017年9月17日 (日) 14:30 地點: 台北國家演奏廳 主辦:箏藝之研 更多資訊請見粉絲專頁 https://www.facebook.com/artofzheng/ #guzheng #Vancouver #guzhengteaching #onlineteaching #Canada #溫哥華古箏教學 #古箏線上教學
Music on Main
Doc in a Box with Dailin Hsieh | Music on Main
Doc in a Box: Short films on musical lives. We sent a box of film gear to musicians around the world and asked them to tell us about their lives and inspirations. Music on Main gratefully acknowledges that all of our events take place on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓ əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations Filmed by Dailin Hsieh and Bruce Bai Producer and Editor - Aaron Graham Digital Content Strategist - Joanna Dundas Artistic Director - David Pay Featured works: High Mountain and Flowing Stream, traditional Folkish, Curtis Andrews Workers Union, Louis Andriessen Improvisation, Dailin Hsieh Music on Main's YouTube Channel is free for everyone to watch. Donations to Music on Main are greatly appreciated: https://www.musiconmain.ca/donate/don...
Xiao He Tang Shui 小河淌水 - Orchid Ensemble at 2016 Sound of Dragon Music Festival
orchidensemble.com 蘭韻樂團 Orchid Ensemble： 董籃－演唱 Lan Tung - vocal，謝岱霖－箏 Dailin Hsieh - zheng，Jonathan Bernard - percussion Established in 1997 in Vancouver, the JUNO nominated Orchid Ensemble blends ancient musical instruments and traditions from China and beyond, creating a beautiful new sound. The ensemble has embraced a variety of musical styles to its repertoire, ranging from the traditional and contemporary music of China, World Music, New Music to Jazz and Creative Improvisation. The energetic yet endearing performance style of the ensemble consistently intrigues and delights its audiences. Acclaimed as ‘One of the brightest blossoms on the world music scene’ (Georgia Straight), the Orchid Ensemble has been tirelessly developing an innovative musical genre based on the cultural exchange between Western and Asian musicians.
26. - breath/balance by Dorothy Chang; Dailin Hsieh, zheng
Canadian Music Centre BC, in partnership with Redshift Music Society, is pleased to present Unaccompanied, a new online concert series featuring video recordings of live performances of Canadian works written for solo instruments. Canadian Music Centre BC www.musiccentrebc.ca/unaccompanied/ Redshift Music Society www.redshiftmusic.ca
Black Dragon River - Naadaleela Ensemble
Black Dragon River – Jared Burrows Black Dragon River refers to the river in Northeastern China. However, it is also symbolic as the source of life in many lands. lyrics written by Vidyasagar Vankayala in Sanskrit: lyrics written by Lan Tung 董籃 in Chinese: 波光粼粼映照， 漁帆點點飄搖， 小小船兒輕靠， 縷縷清煙繞。 應是故人來相邀，又是清風多攪擾，帷幔飄。 浩浩春江水，東流無回，任逍遙。 shimmering reflection from the ripples of water, little dots of colours of the fishing boats swaying, a small boat quietly approaches the shore, in the swirling mist; must be an old friend coming for a visit, or it may be the gentle wind stirring my curtains; free yourself with the endless river of the spring time, flowing east and never returns Naadaleela Ensemble: Vidyasagar Vankayala – voice Lan Tung 董籃 – erhu & voice Dailin Hsieh 謝岱霖 – zheng Amir Eslami – ney Curtis Andrews – mridangam & kanjira Jared Burrows – guitar Jonathan Bernard – percussion Marc L’Esperance – audio engineer Olivia Lin – video direction & photography INCO Media – videography Levi Pease – Lighting Sound of Dragon Society presentation Recorded at the Annex, Vancouver, Oct 12, 2021 naadaleela.ca soundofdragon.com
Sounds Global Ensemble Autumn Cicadas 秋蟬，世界之聲樂團
Sounds Global Ensemble An ensemble that sounds like how Vancouver looks, Sounds Global Ensemble’s diverse repertoire is drawn from Jewish, Persian, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Indian and Chinese music. This band is comprised of some of Vancouver’s most active musicians in the world music scene and performs with 4-8 members, depending on the occasion. This performance features Ali Razmi on tar (Persian lute), Lan Tung on erhu (Chinese 2-string violin), Dailin Hsieh on zheng (Chinese zither), Jonathan Bernard on percussion, and Moshe Denburg on guitar. In addition, their singing creates an unusual mix of ethnic vocal styles. The Sounds Global Ensemble is formed to represent the Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra (VICO) at festivals and events when it’s not feasible to have the full orchestra on stage. The ensemble can performs with 4-8 members. The musicians of the Sounds Global are also members of the orchestra. They represent the different cultural backgrounds where VICO musicians have come from.
DaiLin Hsieh 彈古箏的岱霖謝
Guzheng solo: The Story of a Small Town 古箏獨奏《小城故事》 | 謝岱霖演奏
謝岱霖古箏演奏診療室，專治疑難雜症，歡迎掛號諮詢。 提供40分鐘免費線上古箏體驗課程，請填寫[教學初診單]完成首次預約 : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FA... 演奏邀約 : firstname.lastname@example.org 更多教學資訊請至謝岱霖個人網站 https://www.dailinhsieh.com/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2013年你敢來嗎? 謝岱霖箏樂演奏會 時間 : 2013 / 3 / 23 地點 : 台灣台北國家演奏廳 zheng: Dailin Hsieh The Story of a Small Town is a song by Chinese singer Teresa Teng. It is two minutes and 36 seconds long. Teng first recorded it for the 1978 Taiwanese film, The Story of a Small Town, directed by Li Hsing. As one of her hits, it helped her capture an international following. She performed the song at the Music Center of Los Angeles in 1980 when she became the first Chinese singer to perform there. #guzheng #Vancouver #onlineteaching #Canada #古箏海外考級#溫哥華古箏教學 #古箏線上教學 #溫哥華古箏演奏
Allegra Chamber Orchestra
the last frozen teardrop to fall from the sky - Rita Ueda
The Allegra Chamber Orchestra conducted by Janna Sailor premieres Rita Ueda's "the last frozen teardrop to fall from the sky". Featuring Dailin Hsieh, Guzheng Julia Chien, Percussion 1 Katie Rife, Percussion 2 Rebecca Whitling, Violin 1 Erin James, Violin 2 Sarah Kwok, Viola Rebecca Wenham, Cello Meaghan Williams, Bass Albertina Chan, Harp Katie Rife, Percussion © 2021 Allegra Chamber Orchestra / Opus 59 Films
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