2 CD / Deutsche Grammophon / 2010-08-24Works: Franz Liszt: Liebesträume for Piano, S 541; Felix Mendelssohn: Concerto for Piano no 1 in G minor, Op. 25; Frédéric Chopin: Etude for piano no 3 in E major, Op. 10/3, CT. 16; Concerto ...
Performers: Chen, Shasha; Lang Lang; Lang, Guo-ren; Long, Yu; Oldfield, Mike; Schiller, Trance; Yuxia, Wu
Conductors: Eschenbach, Christoph; Barenboim, Daniel; Mehta, Zubin; Gergiev, Valery; Desplat, Alexandre; Dun, Tan
Lang Lang is the world's most successful pianist, the hottest artist on the classical music planet...28 year old Lang Lang has played sold out recitals...continue...
1 CD / Innova / 2008-12-23Works: Yuanlin Chen: Away from Xuan, for orchestra; Wondering Along the Journey, for ensemble; Chasing the Sun, for 4 guitars
Performers: Addario-Berry, Hannah; Guo, Wanpeng; Josheff, Peter; Lu, Xian; Meyers, Eric; Wang, Hong; Zhang, Shenshen; Zhao, Gangqin; Zhao, Yangquin
Conductors: Dun, Tan; Chen, Yuanlin;
Ensemble: ; Minneapolis Guitar Quartet
1 CD / Deutsche Grammophon Imports / 2006-08-28Works: Tan Dun: The Banquet
Performers: Botti, Susan; Er, Teng Ge; Lang Lang; Li, Yuan; Xun, Zhou; Zhang, Jane Lian Ying
Conductors: ; Dun, Tan
Ensemble: Shanghai Percussion Ensemble; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra
Manchurian pianist Lang Lang is the featured soloist on this soundtrack to director Feng Xiagang's 2006 motion picture The Banquet. The score was written by...continue...
1 CD / Sony Classical / 2004-08-24Works: Tan Dun: Hero
Performers: Dun, Tan; Li, Liu; Perlman, Itzhak; Yan, You
Conductors: Dun, Tan
Ensemble: Ancient Rao Ensemble of Changsha Museum; Central Philharmonic Chorus of China; Central Philharmonic Orchestra of China; KODO Drummers of Japan
1 CD / Sony Classical / 1999-08-17Works: Tan Dun: Peony Pavilion
Performers: Celli, Joseph; Cossin, David; Dun, Tan; Gremo, Bruce; Osgood, Steven; Tan, Ian; Xiao-Fen, Min; Xu, Linqiang; Ying, Huang; Yuanlin, Chen; Zhensheng, Wang
Conductors: Dun, Tan
Ensemble: NChiCa Orchestra; New York Virtuoso Singers
"...the 14 songs spin a passionate story...and certainly embrace Tan's description of 'Peony' as 'medieval chant meeting rock 'n' roll meeting ancient Chinese kunju opera'....continue...