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Chinese classical composers: Interview Tan Dun

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Uploaded on Apr 3, 2011

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This scene from the documentary Broken Silence presents Qu Xiao Song, the celebrated Chinese composer of contemporary classical music.

ÁBOUT THE DOCUMENTARY:
Broken Silence', a documentary by director Eline Flipse. BROKEN SILENCE is a visually arresting exploration of the fate of music after China's Cultural Revolution and won many international awards, including the prestigeous Grand Prix of Visions du Real in Nyon, Switzerland.

It focuses on five prominent Chinese composers - Qi Gang Chen, Tan_Dun, Wenjing Guo, Qu Xiao-Song, Mo Wuping - who only came into contact with Western classical music, which waslabelled anti-revolutionary, in the late seventies.

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