Society’s Discography

Although Toronto’s guqin origins are diverse, over the years of mutual communication and local development, it has raised a flavour and style distinct from other schools in China and overseas. The “Toronto school” is quiet and self-reflectionary, honest and austere. Quick and vivid to enjoy the liveliness of Creation, and slow-paced enough to enjoy the reserved privacy without claustrophobic confines or putting up a pretentious mysticism. This Chinese music speaks our Canadian attitudes.

Current Releases:

Standards of the Guqin:
An Audio Exemplar to the Chinese Seven-Stringed Zither

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Creative Commons License
Standards of the Guqin: An Audio Exemplar to the Chinese Seven-Stringed Zither by Juni Lefeuille Yeung is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada License.

Upcoming Releases:

Accounts of the Lutenist from Beaver Creek, performed by Juni Yeung

(Repertoire TBA)

Creative Commons License
Accounts of the Lutenist from Beaver Creek by Juni Lefeuille Yeung is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Canada License.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. 蕭雪樺
    Aug 25, 2011 @ 02:23:11

    楊雪亭君:

    謝謝你在「筆下留情」的留言。你們的網站讓我開了眼界,才知道古琴在多倫多有這麼蓬勃的發展。祝你們繼續茁壯成長。我寫了點回應文字,有興趣可以一閱http://silverylines.blogspot.com/2011/08/blog-post_25.html

    蕭雪樺

    Reply

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