Wu Kui

Wu Kui

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for solo piano Wu Kui is a folk dance from northeast China. Wearing the masks of five animals--tiger, leopard, bear, deer, and roe deer--the dancers, usually hunters themselves, express their joy in work and life. Capturing the original style of this dance, this solo piano piece opens with animated rhythmic patterns, moves into a slower, free-flowing and lyrical middle section, and concludes with a return to the fierce exultant rhythms and motifs of the beginning.show more

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  • Sheet music | 16 pages
  • 228.6 x 294.64 x 5.08mm | 90.72g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0193865068
  • 9780193865068

About Long Zhou

Zhou Long is internationally recognized for creating a unique body of music that brings together the aesthetic concepts and musical elements of East and West. Deeply grounded in the entire spectrum of his Chinese heritage, including folk, philosophical, and spiritual ideals, he is a pioneer in transferring the idiomatic sounds and techniques of ancient Chinese musical traditions to modern Western instruments and ensembles. Born in Beijing but a United States citizen since 1999, Zhou Long is married to the composer-violinist Chen Yi.show more