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Sheet music for Xiaogang Ye
cello and piano — Softcover — Chinese, Classical, Contemporary
For violoncello and piano. Composed by Xiaogang Ye. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Cello Library. Chinese, Classical, Contemporary. Softcover. Composed 1981. Op. 15. 36 pages. Duration 10'. Schott Music #CB 253. Published by Schott Music (HL.49019493).
piano — — Classical
Composed by Xiaogang Ye. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Composed 1987. Op. 25. 16 pages. Duration 6'. Schott Music #ED 9577. Published by Schott Music (HL.49008453).
violin, cello and piano — score and parts — Classical
Composed by Xiaogang Ye. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Piano Ensemble. Classical. Score and parts. Composed 2008. Op. 59. 44 pages. Duration 10'. Schott Music #ED 20620. Published by Schott Music (HL.49018174).
— — Classical
By AANMI Los Angeles Ensemble, Davone Tines, Matthew Aucoin, and Ryu Goto. By Chad Cannon, Matthew Aucoin, Narong Prangcharoen, Sayo Kosugi, Sun-Young Park, and Xiaogang Ye. Classical. Delos #DE 3555. Published by Delos (NX.DE-3555).
— listening CD —
By Yijie; Mingyan; Macau Youth Choir; Macau Orchestra; Jia. By Xiaogang Ye. Naxos Classics. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8573131).
The First Contemporary Chinese Composers Festival 1986 — Hong Kong Philharmonic; Joseph Banowetz; Kenneth Schermerhorn; Jordan Tang
— listening CD — Classical
By Hong Kong Philharmonic; Joseph Banowetz; Kenneth Schermerhorn; Jordan Tang. By Chan Wing Wah; Tan Dun; Huang Anlun; Qu Xiaosong; Jordan Tang; Ye Xiaogang. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Marco Polo (NX.8225834).
- Cantonese Suite
- Grand Theatre Overture
- The Song of the Earth
- Shenzhen Story
- Dalai VI
- Rise of the Nations
Xiaogang Ye is one of the leading contemporary Chinese composers. He is a pupil of Alexander Goehr. Ye’s music is mainly in the style of Romanticism.
In the summer of 2006, Ye took part in the inaugural “Composer Alive!” transpacific correspondence project with Accessible Contemporary Music in Chicago, Illinois. This project consisted of Ye composing a piece, Datura, and sending its fragments as they were completed to Chicago, electronically. They were subsequently read by ACM’s performance ensemble and posted to the Internet for Ye’s approval. The project culminated with Ye traveling to the United States for the completed work’s premiere performance.