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|Tan Dun||Primary Artist, Conductor|
|Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra||Performing Ensemble|
|Imperial Bells Ensemble||Ensemble|
|Yip Children's Choir||Choir, Chorus|
|Roxanne Slimak||Art Direction|
|Tan Dun||Composer, Liner Notes, Adaptation, Text Translation, Text|
|Ed Pritchard||Cover Photo|
|Andrew Gyory||Liner Notes|
|Mary Lou Humphrey||Liner Notes, Text|
Posted October 1, 2010
In his Symphony 1997, Tan Dun seems to want to embrace all of music, both western and eastern, traditional and contemporary. His music uses modern forms, yet there are many moments of great beauty and poignancy. It is certainly a 20th century masterpiece. It embraces Hong Kong's past, present, and future. It is a magnificent celebration of life in Hong Kong!
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