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Nick and Sam T2 China

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Debra Goldstein

on 11 February 2014

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China
We chose China as our country, because of its vast cultural diversity and exotic music and people. The capital of China is Beijing.
Music
Three instruments
Three traditional chinese instruments conclude of the chinese oboe, the pipa, and the ancient chinese flute
Three musicians
Zhou Xuan - singer (left) 1918-1957
Teresa Teng -singer (middle) 1953-1995
Chen Lin -Many different songs and instruments (right) 1970-2009
Three stadiums
Chinese music
By Nick and Sam T2

flute
pipa
oboe
Crouching Tiger, Hidden
Dragon Soundtrack
PITCH LOW
DYNAMICS MEZZA FORTE
TEMPO ALLEGRETTO
TIMBRE EXCITED
Traditional chinese music is folk music. One famous traditional folk song is called The Wandering Songstress.
Queen Elizabeth stadium (left)
Taipei stadium (middle)
Houngkou Football stadium (right)
Chinese music purpose
Most chinese opera was performed at tea ceremonies, theatre, and showplaces.
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