[Weekly Featured Product]Treasures Of Chinese Instrumental Music Box Set

Happy Chinese New Year!! 祝大家马年大吉 (Wish everyone the best luck in the year of Horse)

To celebrate Chinese New Year, Domo store presents “Treasures of Chinese Instrumental Music Box Set” as this week’s featured product. The music in this box set will bring you back to the ancient China to experience its culture, perhaps will make you feel like immersed in deep bamboo woods.

With a folk cultural inheritance spanning 5000 years, this comprehensive and limited edition CD box set, Treasures Of Chinese Instrumental Music, represents the finest in recordings of traditional Chinese instrumental music from ancient times to the present-day.  The amazing collection of previously unreleased music includes popular works performed in solo, duet, ensemble and large ensemble orchestral combinations including well-known masters such as Liu Tianhua, Hua Yanjun, Guan Pinghu, Wu Jinglue, Wei Chungloh, Lu Wencheng, Liu Mingyuan, Qin Pengzhang as well as The Oriental Angels Ensemble, Taipei Liuqin Chamber Orchestra, Central Philharmonic Orchestra, Shanghai Chinese Orchestra and The China Broadcasting Chinese Orchestra.

Containing 273 songs and over 25 hours of music, the 22-CD Boxed set also includes an extensive 199-page written historical and biographical book featuring information on each performer with program notes on individual compositions.  Additionally, a bonus 171-page book containing essays on the history and development of instrumental music in China is also included.  Both of these books — a must for collectors — are written in Chinese with full translations in English.

This indispensable, historic collection of music is an informative and cultural treasure for aficionados of global music history, high school and collegiate music history student class studies, as well as cultural appreciation

 

You can either purchase the Box Set or single soundtrack here btn-buynow

10% off will be offered for the Box Set  till February 9th!  Don’t miss this great deal!

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Hope you will enjoy these two soundtracks from YouTube!

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