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Music on the Silk Road: Spring on Tianshan Mountain, uyghur folk dance

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Uploaded on Nov 25, 2007

Music on the silkroad, or silk road music: "The Spring on the Tianshan Mountaon" (天山之春), composed (re-arranged) by the renowned pipa master Wang Fandi (王范地) based on one of the famous pieces of Xinjiang uyghur folk music for dance (新疆民歌).
Xinjiang (Northwest of China) is located right on the "silk road" (丝绸之路), which played an important role in the commercial and cultural exchanges between the east and the west.

The current piece is originally for pipa solo. In this demo video, pipa soloist Liu Fang performed with percussionist Ziya Tabassian (from Persia, now in Montreal), concert live recording.
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