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Ning Feng|China Connection (Ning Feng, Zen Hu)

China Connection (Ning Feng, Zen Hu)

Ning Feng, Zen Hu

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1
Servian dance
Zen Hu
00:00:59

Zen Hu, Performer - Béla Bartok, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

2
Scherzo
Zen Hu
00:00:51

Zen Hu, Performer - Béla Bartok, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

3
Prelude and canon
Zen Hu
00:02:30

Zen Hu, Performer - Béla Bartok, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

4
Arabian song
Zen Hu
00:01:24

Zen Hu, Performer - Béla Bartok, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

5
I. Andante cantabile
Zen Hu
00:03:17

Zen Hu, Performer - Sergey Prokofiev, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

6
II. Allegro
Zen Hu
00:03:36

Zen Hu, Performer - Sergey Prokofiev, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

7
III. Commodo, quasi allegretto
Zen Hu
00:04:59

Zen Hu, Performer - Sergey Prokofiev, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

8
IV. Allegro con brio
Zen Hu
00:05:46

Zen Hu, Performer

2009 Channel Classics Records

9
Scene of the chinese village
Zen Hu
00:08:57

Zen Hu, Performer - Puhan Wang, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

10
Kanonische variationen für zwei violinen
Zen Hu
00:08:18

Zen Hu, Performer - Paul Hindemith, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

11
Silent forests and raving wind
Zen Hu
00:08:14

Zen Hu, Performer - Hu Xiao Ou, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

12
Istrian dance, Op. 15a
Zen Hu
00:02:27

Zen Hu, Performer - Dejan Lazic, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

13
Three humoresques in canonic form
Zen Hu
00:04:56

Zen Hu, Performer - Bao Zhi Yang, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

14
Song of emancipation
Zen Hu
00:03:57

Zen Hu, Performer - Bao Zhi Yang, Composer

2009 Channel Classics Records

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