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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

D0 note (18.35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

F0 note (21.83 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

G0 note (24.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

A0 note (27.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

Yu, Yang - M - China 

 
 

 

Biography

YU Yang entered the Composition Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music in 1994. He gained the Bachelor Degree in 1999 and continued to study for the Master Degree. Having got the Master Degree in 2002, YU Yang stayed in the conservatory and became a teacher of the Composition Department. In 2004, he began to study for the Doctoral Degree and successfully received the title in 2007 from Shanghai Conservatory of music. In 2010, YU Yang was admitted to become a Post-Doctoral researcher in Composition of Central Conservatory of Music under the direct supervision of Prof. YE Xiaogang.

Dr. YU Yang composes all kinds of music. He has won several awards and been chosen to compose commissioned works. His main compositions include: Chinese traditional orchestral work Qi-Yan-Hui (Silver Award piece of the 21th Century International Composing Competition hosted by Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra), chamber work Cun-Ca-Dian-Ran (Second Prize winning piece of the 9th “Changfeng Award” International Chinese Traditional Instrumental Composition Competition in 2000), first concertof personal works Memory (hold by Shanghai Changning Art Culture Centre in 2008), musical film Dance for Love (released nationwide in 2009), choral work Rainy Morning (commissioned by the Girls Choir of Shanghai Conservatory of Music in 2009), Chinese traditional instrumental ensemble piece New Interpretation of Beijing Temperament (commissioned by Jin Qi Band in 2009), chamber work Changeable Winds and Clouds (commissioned by the organizing committee of Beijing Modern Music Festival in 2010), Broken Shadow of Lisao (commissioned by the Traditional Instruments Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music in 2011), concerto Voices of Our Time (commissioned by Hunan TV in 2011), etc.

Dr. YU Yan has published academic papers on many journals such as “Yin Yue Yan Jiu” (music research), “Journal of the Central Conservatory of Music”, “People’s Music”, “Arts Criticism ”, “China Culture Daily”, “Music Lover”, etc. He also does research projects for academic institutions such as Shanghai Conservatory. 

 

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    China
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