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Published on Jul 24, 2011
Every grown-up should become the Little Prince Every grown-up should have a measure of purity It’s the childlike innocence and dreams that you had in the beginning It’s the courage and perseverance to pursue the exceptional
Using music to tell a story, using sound to play a character
“I’m very happy to have another opportunity to use the creative concept of ‘using music to tell a story, using sound to create a character’ and use music to interpret the famous French work Le Petit Prince. This time my little musical universe, aside from the tireless sounds of the piano, has produced a broader, more extensive range of styles than Three Cat Cookies in terms of both composition and arrangement. Not only have I used a large-scale string section in the arrangement, but also Irish flute, which is rarely heard in Taiwan. I hope it can convey the rich breadth and philosophical depth of the Little Prince’s wanderings among the planets.” －Chen-Chen Ho
In her own music box, talented composer Ho Chen-Chen, who first gained popularity in the ethnic Chinese world with the sweet music of Three Cat Cookies, has engaged in a conversation through piano with Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince). All the joys and sorrows associated with love, dreams, travel, and friends; all the tears we see and all the tears we don’t see; all the laughter we hear and all the laughter we don’t hear – they are all mingled together in the little universe overflowing with the sound of the piano.