Fabian Müller's

Taiwan Rhapsody

Fabian Müller's «SIX  TAIWANESE  SONGS»  for Violoncello and Orchestra

Soloist: Pi-Chin Chien

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra London

conducted by Wen-Pin Chien

 

Flowers in a rainy night

Originally released by Columbia Records in 1934, this song is one of the most famous melodies by Teng Yu-Hsien. Using a familiar  more....

Dark Sky – Tee O O

This humorous traditional song depicts an old couple’s quarrel over how to prepare an eel dish. The dark sky and the arrival of a storm symbolize the  more....

Pingpu Ballad from Hengchu

A wonderful lyrical ballad from the south of Taiwan. The traditional melody has different lyrics and later became popular as “The Oyster Picker’s Wife.”  more....

Love Song from the Amei tribe

This love song of the Amei tribe from the south of Taiwan depicts longing with the metaphor of ocean waves rolling onto the shore.  more....

Thanksgiving Song

Thanksgiving songs from the Amei tribe of southern Taiwan.  more....

Jasmine in June

“Jasmine in June” is one of Taiwan’s most popular and beautiful folk songs. The melody came a long way across the ocean to Taiwan. After  more....

Fabian Müller's «TAIWAN RHAPSODY»  for Violoncello and Orchestra

Taiwan Rhapsody No. 1

The principal theme of Taiwan Rhapsody No. 1 is made up of two of the most wellknown Taiwanese folk songs. The melody  more....

Taiwan Rhapsody No. 2

“Lai Su” is one of the most beautiful and flawless melodies I have encountered in my life. To my mind it captures the immensity of Taiwan’s gorgeous mountain landscape. more....

Taiwan Rhapsody No. 3

Taiwan Rhapsody No 3 is based on several traditional folk songs. I was fascinated when I first heard the popular folk singer Chen Da perform “Memories”, accompanied  more....

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