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Release time:Jan 23, 2018Page view:515

Chen Gang, contemporary famous composer, born in 1935. Early years with his father's famous musician Chen Gexin study piano, later admitted to the Shanghai Conservatory of Music learning composition and theory. He is one of the composers of the violin concerto "Butterfly Lovers" renowned both at home and abroad. His masterpiece is the violin solo "Morning Miaoling", "The Golden Stove," and "The Sun Shines on Taxkorgan." He also wrote symphonic poems, Chamber music. Although now has reached its peak, but he is still shy.

Chen Gang was born in a musical family, from childhood, influenced by the music. On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the National Day, he and his partner Ho Zhanhao and others wrote the violin concerto "Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai" in their twenties. May 27, 1959 at three o'clock in the afternoon, this work premiered in Shanghai Grand Theater, the last tone ended, the applause prolonged, this moment Chen Gang memories.

"Yuet Tan" interview with Chen Gang

Chen Gang was deeply influenced by the culture of Shanghai. The cultural context of thousands of years of the Chinese nation gave him a lot of nutrition. His father Chen Gexin with a "Rose Rose I love you" to the world, which incorporates elements such as jazz. His father gave Chen Gang the concept of music, but also to his technology to assist. Chen Gang wrote an essay called "Three Ear to Listen to Music". He believes we should appreciate various types of music in all directions and in three dimensions. He hopes his music can get feedback from the audience. Teaching constantly implemented.