8 Replies to “ Laser Harp - Jean-Michel Jarre - The Concerts In China ”

  1. Jarre thrilled the Chinese audience with Laser Harp, Theremin, HD video and two ensembles comprised of a symphonic orchestra and a traditional Chinese orchestra accompanied Jarre who presented some spectacular arrangements of his compositions to include the .
  2. Jean-Michel Jarre performed a handful of concerts in Peking and Shanghai in , marking the first time that a modern Western musical artist had played in communist China. Sensing the historical importance of the event (and the career milestone it represented), a double album of live music from these concerts was released the following year as.
  3. The Concerts in China was a concert tour by Jean Michel Jarre, notable for marking the opening of post- Mao Zedong China to live Western music, in Five concerts were held in the two biggest cities, for an estimated audience of , spectators, on October 21 and 22 in Beijing.
  4. Nov 19,  · Jean Michel Jarre was the first western musician to be invited to play within the People's Republic of China in October The concerts were not a huge success: the Chinese audience were unfamiliar with the format and the style of music, and they only warmed to the laser show (which was very impressive at the time)/5(11).
  5. Jean-Michel Jarre / Official Site. Sign up for the newsletter to get all the latest news and updates directly in your inbox.
  6. Jean Michel Jarre - The Concerts in China - disco.aralrajassargasmoogujin.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime CDs & Vinyl Go Search EN Hello, Sign in 5/5(2).
  7. Sep 27,  · The film of the China Concerts retraces this unique adventure, and, with Jarre's music, illustrates post-Mao China: its sufferings, its beauty, its desire for modernity, its aspiration for liberty.
  8. Dec 11,  · I would run away from the Dave Dadwater's remaster though which definitely made The Concerts in China another victim of the loudness race in its latest remaster issue. If your ears do crave for more treble and mediums, stick with the older pressings/5(70).

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