|Taoists Of The City God Temple / Chinese Taoist Music|
|Album:||Chinese Taoist Music||Collection:||World|
|Artist:||Taoists Of The City God Temple||Added:||Sep 2007|
|Label:||Arc Music Inc.|
|Add Date:||2007-10-14||Pull Date:||2007-12-16||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||Dec 9||Nov 18||Nov 11||Nov 4||Oct 28||Oct 21|
|1.||Dec 07, 2007:||The Second Set |
Feng Ru Song
|4.||Nov 06, 2007:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
|2.||Dec 04, 2007:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
|5.||Oct 31, 2007:||Eran Mukamel the Homosexual Friendly Ghost (blacks) |
|3.||Nov 16, 2007:||No Cover, No Minimum |
|6.||Oct 30, 2007:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
Simple, solemn, and delicate. Described as “suitable for Tai Chi” so it’s obviously of a slow, relaxed, spiritual nature. But don't mistake "relaxed" for "new age". This is beautiful, traditional music played on traditional wind, string, and percussion instruments. The notes explain it better than I can.|
*1. A midtempo processional piece w/a stately, formal kind of sound.
2. Slow and reverent. For the lighting of incense. Really pretty.
*3. Cymbals/perc, trilling strings/flutes. Slow but bright & warm.
4. Slow and lyrical w/a repeating motif.
5. A formal piece that sort of meanders. Slow, but the beat does change
6. Starts w/perc. Lots of flute and strings. Gets hypnotic after a while
*7. Elegant but sweet and flowing w/beautiful harmonies.
*8. Starts fast, changes tempo. Lyrical, almost playful at times.
*9. Gongs clash. Flutes trill. They bounce off each other. Midtempo.
10. Another slow processional piece. Nicely elegant & formal.
|1.||Ying Xianke||6.||Zhuxiang Zan|
|2.||Xiang Ji||7.||Feng Ru Song|
|4.||San Shangxiang||9.||Xianhua Ji|
|5.||Yu Furong||10.||Yaotan Ji|