Chen Yi

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Chen was China's first woman to be awarded a master's degree in composition; she often incorporates Chinese instruments and melodies in her music.

Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Duo Ye, for pipa 07:23 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Ge Xu, Antiphony, for orchestra 1994 07:41 Orchestral
Qi, for flute, cello, piano & percussion 1996 10:29 Chamber Music
Percussion Concerto 1998 20:25 Concerto
Near distance, for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, percussion & piano 1988 08:46 Chamber Music
Shuo, for strings 1994 09:41 Orchestral
Symphony No. 2 1993 18:09 Symphony
Song in Winter, trio for di, zheng & harpsichord 1993 06:48 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Duo Ye No. 2, for orchestra 1987 08:25 Chamber Music
As in a dream, 2 songs for soprano, violin & cello 1988 07:25 Vocal Music
Sparkle, for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, double bass, 2 percussionists & piano 1992 12:10 Chamber Music
Joy of the Reunion, for oboe, violin, viola & double bass 03:29 Chamber Music
Molihua (after a traditional Chinese song) 02:57 Vocal Music
The Spirit of Calligraphy (Dien), for pipa 19?? 07:36 Chamber Music
Northern Scenes, for piano 2013 07:13 Keyboard
Night Thoughts, for flute, cello & piano 2004 08:59 Chamber Music
Spring Festival, for symphonic band 1999 02:42 Band Music
Tunes from My Home, for piano trio 2007 15:56 Chamber Music
Tibetan Tunes, for violin, cello & piano 2007 10:49 Chamber Music
Chinese Ancient Dances, for clarinet & piano 2004 08:10 Chamber Music
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