of Red Mansions Trio for violin,
guitar and double bass
Duration: 14'55" The
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"A Dream of Red Mansions" ¡m¹Ú¬õ¼Ó¡nperformed
in 2005 by Mang-Lin Hsiao (¿½°ÒªL violin), Keishi Sumi (¨¤¦c¥q
guitar), and Yong-Pei Pan (¼ïµúè® double bass) -- first 10
It was inspired by one of
the seminal Chinese novels "A Dream of Red Mansions",
written by Hsueh-Chin Tsao during the reign of Emperor
Chien-Lung (1736-1795 AD) of the Chin Dynasty. This
piece is base on the romance between the story figures
Bao-Yu and Dai-Yu, which has a tragic ending. Seven
sections were composed to high-light the story:
The spiritual stone is too bemused to grasp the
fairy's riddles (beginning section).
In the Grand View Garden (measures 2-40).
A song awakens Bao-Yu to the esoteric truth
On the Feast of the Lanterns (measures 56-84).
Dai-Yu weeps over fallen blossoms (measures