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  • Operas

    THE TOMB OF THREE KINGS


    chamber opera in one act (1998) 
    messo soprano, 2 tenors, bass, 1. 1. 1. - 1. 1. 1.- 3perc. - 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 

    The Tomb of Three Kings is a mesmerizing story of vengeance and honour in ancient China. It tells of how a swordsman beheads himself after killing the King of Chu on behalf of Chibi who had sought to avenge his father’s death. 

    Commissioned and produced by the Hong Kong Arts Festival in 1999, this tragic, dramatic work is written for mezzo-soprano, tenor and bass with chamber orchestra and Chinese percussion instruments.

     for this opera's synopsis

    Three Kings

    THREE TREES

    Children's opera in two acts (2001) 

    Children's choir (on-stage, off-stage right, off-stage left), soprano, alto, tenor, trio
    3 (3rd doubling picc, 3 (3rd doubling EH), 3 (3rd doubling bc), 2, contrabassoon - 4,3,3,1 - timp.,4 perc. - strings


    Commissioned by Yip's Children's Choir January 2001 Yip's Children's Choir

     for this opera's synopsis

    Three Trees

  • Orchestral works

    LUSHAN FALLS

    for orchestra Op. 42 (2001) 14'00"
    3 (doubling 2 picc.) 3. (3rd doubling EH) 2. B.Cl. (doubling Eb cl.) 2. C-bsn. -4.3.3.1. - 4 perc. - harp. - piano - strings

    SYMPHONY No.1
    for orchestra Op. 40 (2001) 42'00"

    a time to be born and a time to die,
    a time to love and time to hate,
    a time to kill and a time to heal,
    a time ot mourn and a time to dance.

    'A Time for Everything' Ecclesiastes, 3:1-8

    I Prelude
    II Voices of Spring
    III Loove Song
    IV Noises of War Drums
    V Elegy
    VI A Time to Dance 

    picc.2.2.EH.2.B.Cl.2.C-bsn.
    4 (or 4 pairs).3.4.1.

    4 perc. 
    Tam-tam, Bass drum, Snare drum, Tenor drum, Triangle, Glockenspiel, 2 Xylophones, Vibraphone (without motor), Suspended cymbal, 2 Cymbals, Cowbell, Tubular bells, Whip, Wood block, 2 sects of 3 Tom-toms, 1 set of 6 Tom-toms

    harp (or a pair) - piano
    strings

     

     

    More extracts and the full version recording of the Symphony No.1

    CLOUDS
    for orchestra Op.38 (2000) 16'00"
    2. (2nd doubling picc.) 2. (2nd doubling EH) 2.2.-2.2.3.1.- perc. - 14.12.8.6.4.
    Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Shao En (2003)

    More extracts and the full version recording of Clouds

    RAINBOW 
    for wind orchestra (1999) 20'
    Commissioned by Hong Kong Symphonic Winds
    15/1/2000 Hong Kong Symphonic Winds


    LIKE DRAGONS FLYING AND PHOENIXES DANCING
    for Chinese orchestra (1999) 12' 

    FANTASIA CONCERTANTE 
    for solo piano and orchestra (1998) 10'20" 


    SYMPHONIC OVERTURE 
    for symphony orchestra (1997) 12'00" 
    2. 2. 2. 2.- 4. 2. 3. 1. - 2 perc. - Strings 
    Commissioned by Symphony Australia ABC 
    25/6/1998 Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra 

    MOUNTAIN SPIRITS 
    for chamber orchestra (1997) 11'00" 
    1. 1. 1. 1. - 2. 1. 1. 1. - 2 perc. - 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 
    4 & 5/5 1998, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra


    MIRAGE 
    for orchestra (1996) 12'00 
    2. 2. 2. 2.- 2. 2. 0. 0. - 2 perc. - strings 
    Commissioned by the Hong Kong Composers' Guild
    1996 Hong Kong Sinfonietta 

    MIRAGE 
    for orchestra (1996) 12'00 
    2. 2. 2. 2.- 2. 2. 3. 1. - 4 perc. - strings 

    PIANO CONCERTO 
    for solo piano and orchestra (1994) 15'00" 
    3. 3. 3. 3. - 4. 3. 3. 1. - 3 perc. - solo pno.- strings

    AERIAL 
    for orchestra (1994) 15'00" 
    3. 3. 3. 3. - 4. 3. 3. 1. - 5 perc. - 2 harps - strings 
    Premiered in 18th Asian Composers League Music Festival '97, 
    Manila, Philippines 1997 Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra 

    YI 
    for orchestra (1993) 18'00" 
    3. 3. 3. 3. - 6. 4. 3. 1. - 5 percu. - harp. - strings 

    LOUSHAN PASS 
    for orchestra and choir (1992) 20'00" 
    3. 3. 3. 3. - 6. 4. 3. 1. - 5 perc. - choir (SATB).- strings 

    RHAPSODY
    for solo violin and orchestra (1992) 15'00" 
    3. 3. 3. 3. - 4. 3. 3. 1. - 3 percu. 1 harp. 1 celesta. - solo vlin.- strings 

    THE JUJUBE TREE 
    for 2 kotos and orchestra (1991) 10'00" 
    3. 3. 3. 3. - 4. 3. 3. 1. - 2 percu. groups.- 2 kotos. 2 string orchestras 
    1. World Premiere Sendai Asian Music Festival '92, 
    Sendai, Japan. 1992 by the Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra 
    2. Hong Kong premiere was by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra in 1993 
    conducted by Brian Chatpo Koo

  • Chamber works

    THE FLOWING WATER OF THE YELLOW RIVER

    for violin cello and piano, Op. 39 (2000) 7'30"
    Program notes


    ODE TO THE WIND
    for wind quintet, Op. 36 (2000) 12'00"

    Program notes

    STRING QUARTET NO. 4 (1999) 18'

    Program notes


    CICADA
    for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano (1999) 12' 
    Commissioned by the Hong Kong Composers' Guild
    Premiered by the Hamburg New Music Ensemble

    Program notes


    KONG
    for solo Erhu and 2 Percussion Players (1994) 7'20" 
    Premiered during the 16th Conference and Festival of Asian Composers' League, 
    Taipei, Taiwan in 1994.

    Program notes

    RAN 
    for 6 mixed Chinese and Western Instruments (1992) 10'20" 
    Commissioned by the Hong Kong Composer's Guild. Premiered during the Hong Kong Musicarama '92 by the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble conducted by composer himself

    Program notes

    GRAYLING 
    for Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Double bass, Piano (1991) 12'15"

    Program notes

    HUO 
    for 2 Chinese Instruments and 1 Percussionist (1991) 6'00" 

    WU-SHI 
    for 12 Percussion Instruments (1991) 12'30" 

    4 PIECES FOR STRING QUARTET 
    String quartet No.3 (1991) 12'00"

    Program notes

    RACING 
    for 2 Pipa or 2 Pipa groups (1990) 15'00" 

    4 MOVEMENTS FOR CLARINET AND PIANO 
    Premiered in 1990 , Hong Kong University (1990) 14'12"

    Program notes


    IVY 
    for solo Violin and 2 Percussionists (Piano) (1990) 12'28" 
    1. Premiered by composer himself in 1990, University of Hong Kong 
    2. Performed in New Music Hong Kong 91, A.P.A.1992
    3. Presented in IRC 92, Paris, 1992.

    Program notes

    '1989' 
    String quartet No. 2 (1989) 16'00" 
    Premiered in 1997 by the Accordes Quartet in Toronto, Canada

    Program notes


    A ROMANTIC AIR 
    for Violin and Piano (1988) 6'00" 

    FUGUE AND ALLEGRO 
    String quartet No.1 (1986) 5'00" 

    OCTATONIC THEME AND VARIATIONS
    Music for violin and piano, (1985) 12'30" 
    Premiered in 1985 Hong Kong Young Musicians' Award. Received the 3rd prize

    Program note

  • Solo works

    THE PICTURE OF LI-PO RECITING POETRY

    for piano solo (1999) 11' 

    Premièred by Mark Knoop (in Melbourne Australia)



    Program notes

    FOLK SONG
    for violin solo (1999) 10' 

    IMPROMPTU 
    for piano solo (1997) 12'00" 

    THE PICTURE OF PU-TAI AND FIGHTING COCKS 
    for Flute solo (1990) 7'30" 
    1. Premiered in The New Generation Concert '91. 
    2. International Summer Course for New Music, Darmastadt, Germany. 
    3. The Asian -Pacific Music Festival/Conference 1992. Wellington/Auckland, New Zealand.
    4. Stella Noval Tokyo '93. Tokyo, Japan 

    The Picture of Drunken Zhongkui (1990) 10'00" 
    for piano solo

    Program notes

    1. Premiered in The New Generation Hong Kong '90 
    2. The Australian Piano Music Concert 1995, Town Hall, Sydney 
    3. The First International Competition for Piano Composition, won Himalaya Cup Award 


    WUXING I 
    for tape and sanxian (Chinese zither instrument) (1992) 9'00" 
    1. Premiered in Positron Recital, 1992 University of Hong Kong. 
    2. Concert of New Sound, University of Sydney, Australia. 

    WUXING II 
    for tape and solo cello (1997) 11'00" 
    Commissioned by the Hong Kong Composers Guild 
    Premiered in the Hong Kong International Music Festival '97


    FIVE SONGS FOR TENOR AND PIANO (1990) 6'00"

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