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Qi Wu

for chamber orchestra

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Specifications
Region
Asia
Estimated Duration
11 - 15min
Date
2018

ISMN : 979-0-2325-4617-9

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Qi Wu (Chinese:漆吳) was a mountain mentioned in the ancient Chinese classic Shan Hai Jing (Chinese:山海經, or literally "The Classic of Mountains and Seas"), located in East China Sea. As the classic compilation which may have existed since the 4th century BC, of geography and myth depicts, Qi Wu had no plants, but many giant rocks in various shapes. On top of the mountain, one could see where the sun rested. As the sun rose, the mountain was enshrouded in the steaming brine and flickering lights. Scarcely do one find such scenery descriptions in the book, and this inspired my imagination of natural views and human life in this far ancient myth.
Instrumentation
Flute (2)
Oboe (2)
English horn
Clarinet (2)
Bass clarinet
Bassoon (2)
Contrabassoon
Trumpet (2)
Percussions (2)
Violin (12)
Viola (4)
Cello (4)
Double bass (2)
Horn (French Horn) (2)
Alto flute
Score Details
Format - A3 / Tabloid
Pages - 40


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