List of Compositions

Posted: February 3, 2015 in Works

Staring (凝望)

Version I: Female Duet

(January 2004, C. 5’)

 

Version II: Female Choir

(January 2004, C. 5’)

 

Tone Sketch (音画素描) – Piano Suite

(Written in July 2004, 15’ )

European premiered by pianist Magdalena Wajdzik at the Frontiers Plus Music Festival.  Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, U.K.

Granted:

Third Prize: “Shan Chuan Cup – the Chengdu International Modern Music Composition Competition”.

Merit award of “the Golden Bell Award of Chinese National music” in 2012.

Premiered at the Beijing International Music Festival” in 2005.

 

Gui Qu Lai Xi (归去来兮) – for Cello and Piano

(Written in May 2005, 5’40”)

 

“Duo Luo He” Dance & Capriccio (朵洛荷舞曲与随想) – Piano Trio: Piano, Clarinet and Cello

(Written in December 2005, 6’20”)

 

Wind-Rain Bridge (风雨桥) – for Tenor

(Written in February 2006, 3’30”)

Granted:

Second Prize: “the Vocal Composition Competition of the Sichuan Conservatory of Music”.

 

Eclogue (牧歌) – Piano Trio: Piano, Violin and Cello

(Written in January 2007, 10’)

 

(Meng) – for Bang Di, Clarinet, Pipa, Violoncello & Orchestra)

(Written in July 2008, 12’)

 

Talk of Six (六人谈) Sextet

(Written in March 2010, 8’)

Premiered at the Frontiers Music Festival, 27th March, 2014.  Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, U.K.

 

Green and Blue (绿与蓝) – Sonata for Cello and Piano

(Written in September 2011, 10’)

World premiered by Pianist Kevin Class and Cellist Wesley Baldwin at the University of Tennessee, 1st February 2013).  University of Tennessee-Knoxville. USA.   Commissioned by Kevin Class for the New Music from an Ancient Land project.

 

Bitter Song《棘歌》– String Quartet

(Written in September 2013, 8’).

Workshopped by Le Page String Quartet in March 2013.  Premiered at the Frontiers Music Festival, 27th March, 2014.  Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, U.K.

 

Pas De Deux (双人舞) – for Two Pianos

(Written in November 2013, 15’)

Premiered by Pianist Vicky Bonham and Sofia Sarrmento at Composer’s Platform Concert on 20th April, 2015 at Birmingham Conservatoire Recital Hall, Birmingham, U.K.

 

SE LUO for Double Mixed-Voice Choirs

( Revised in December 2013, 9’)

Premiered by Birmingham Conservatoire Choir at the Frontiers Music Festival, 27th March 2014.  Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, U.K.

 

Impression of Mongolia (蒙古印象) for 12 Players

(Written in January 2014, 10’)

Workshopped and recorded by Christopher Austin (Conductor), Birmingham Contemporary Music Group on 3rd March at CBSO Centre, Birmingham 2014; premiered by Daniel Galbreath (Conductor), Student Chamber Orchestra of Birmingham Conservatoire at the Frontiers Music Festival, 2nd June 2014.  Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, U.K.

Granted:

Winner of “the John Mayer Prize” in 2014, Birmingham, U.K.

 

Monologue 独弦操 – String Trio

(Written in February 2014, 8’)

Premiered by Violinist Christine Cornwell, Violist Lydia Handy and Cellist Thieres Brandini at Composer’s Platform Concert on 20th April, 2015 at Birmingham Conservatoire Recital Hall, Birmingham, U.K.

 

Capriccio of Grassland for 12 Cellists (草原随想曲)

(Written in February 2014, 15’)

Commissioned by Birmingham Conservatoire Cello Ensemble.  Premiered by Birmingham Conservatoire Cello Ensemble on 15th December, 2014 at Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, UK.

 

Fantasia and Moon Dance (幻想曲及跳月舞) – Electric Guitar Quartet

(Written in February 2014, 15’)

Commissioned by Electric Guitar Quartet Krock.

Workshopped and recorded by Electric Guitar Quartet Krock on 4th May, 2014.

 

 

Gui () – Four Pictures for Orchestra and Choir

Movement I: ‘Harvesting Dance’ (丰收之舞) – Concerto for Brass Ensemble

(Written in September 2014, 10’)

Commissioned by Birmingham Conservatoire.

Premiered by Birmingham Conservatoire Repertoire Orchestra, Daniele Rosina (conductor), Anthony Leung, Josh Herring and Robert Nettleship (melodicas), Adrian Boult Hall 19th December, 2014, UK.

Granted:

Winner of “the John Mayer Prize” in 2015, Birmingham, U.K.

 

Quan Requiem (·挽歌)

Version I: for Amplified Ensemble

(Written in October 2014, 10’)

Commissioned by Decibel Ensemble.

Premiered by Decibel Ensemble, Daniele Rosina (conductor), on 24th March, 2015 Frontiers Music Festival at Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, UK.

 

Version II: for Trumpet, Double Bass and Percussion

(Written in March 2015, 10’)

Premiered on 10th June, 2015 Birmingham Chamber Festival, at Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, UK.

Granted:

Winner of “Birmingham Chamber Music Society Prize”, Birmingham, UK.

 

Dusk (薄暮)

Version I: Recorder Septet

(Written in December 2014, 10’)

Commissioned by Birmingham Conservatoire Recorder Ensemble.

Premiered on Concert “Recorder Future” by Birmingham Conservatoire Recorder Ensemble on 12th March, 2015 at  Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, UK.

 

Version II: Recorder Sextet

(Written in April 2015, 5’30’’)

Commissioned by Birmingham Conservatoire Recorder Ensemble.

Premiered on “Open Recorder Day Amsterdam 2015” by Birmingham Conservatoire Recorder Ensemble on 16th May, 2015 at Bernard Haitinkzaal, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

 

 

Gui () – Four Pictures for Orchestra and Choir

Movement II: ‘Echoes of Strings’ (弦之回音) – Concerto for String Quartet and String Orchestra

(Written in December 2014, 10’)

Premiered by Auftakt Ensemble, Sandra Horne (conductor) on 16th May, 2015 at St Paul’s Jewellery Quarter Birmingham, UK.

 

Movement III: ‘Dawn Mist’ (黎明雾) – Concerto for Woodwind Ensemble

(Written in March 2015, 12’)

 

Movement IV: ‘SE LUO’

– for Choir

(Written in March 2015, 5’30’’)

 

Dreams () – for Amplified Bass Recorder Solo

(Written in Dec 2015, 7’)

Premiered by Kate Allsop at Frontiers Festival, 17th Mar, 2016 Birmingham Conservatoire, UK.

 

Dreams () – for Amplified Bass Flute Solo

(Revised in Dec 2017, 7’)

Premiered by Monika Mattiesen at ISCM 2019 Estonia World Music Day, 10th May 2019 Tallinn, Estonia.

 

Unattachable Attachments (无牵挂的牵挂) – for Nine Players

(Written in Feb 2016, 6’22’’)

Premiered by Thallein Ensemble at Beijing Modern Music Festival, 25th May, 2016 Central Conservatoire, Beijing, China.

 

Mountain Rite (祭山) – Concerto for Orchestra

(Written in July 2017, 6’30’’)

Sponsored by 2017 China National Arts Fund.

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