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Takako Nishizaki - Chen Gang: Violin Concerto "Wang Zhaojun"

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Chen Gang: Violin Concerto "Wang Zhaojun"

Wing-sie Yip, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Takako Nishizaki

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Chen Gang: Violin Concerto "Wang Zhaojun"

Takako Nishizaki

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Violin Concerto "Wang Zhaojun"
00:35:45

Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Takako Nishizaki, Artist, MainArtist - Wing-sie Yip, Conductor - Chen Gang, Composer - Lam Fung, Artist

(C) 2015 Marco-Polo (P) 2015 Marco-Polo

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Bells from the Temple
00:03:35

Capella Istropolitana, Orchestra - Takako Nishizaki, Artist, MainArtist - Stephen Gunzenhauser, Conductor - Wei Lin Chui, Composer

(C) 2015 Marco-Polo (P) 2015 Marco-Polo

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Flowing Water and Floating Clouds
00:04:51

Capella Istropolitana, Orchestra - Takako Nishizaki, Artist, MainArtist - Stephen Gunzenhauser, Conductor - Tie-hong Xiao, Composer

(C) 2015 Marco-Polo (P) 2015 Marco-Polo

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The Hungry Horse Rattles His Bridle
00:02:52

Traditional, Composer - Capella Istropolitana, Orchestra - Takako Nishizaki, Artist, MainArtist - Stephen Gunzenhauser, Conductor

(C) 2015 Marco-Polo (P) 2015 Marco-Polo

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