SCO CDs and Merchandise

CD

Essence of SCO

Available at $20 each / $16 for Friends of SCO

Music Director / Conductor: Tsung Yeh

Essence of SCO is a collection of SCO’s best music, specially selected from the past albums. This 2-CD album consists of SCO classic repertoire such as The Celestial Web by Tan Swie Hian (poem) and Law Wai Lun (music), the famous The Great Wall Capriccio by Liu Wen Jin, and jazz numbers – Take Five and Koto Song – by Chris Brubeck’s Triple Play.

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Treasures of Japan


Available at $20 each / $16 for
Friends of SCO

Conductor: Tsung Yeh
Shakuhachi: Yamamoto Hozan, Yamamoto Shinzan
Taiko: Eitetsu Hayashi

Treasures of Japan features three Japanese masters on the shakuhachi and taiko. This album, rich in Japanese flavour and zen, includes Japanese composer Isao Matsushita’s Hi-Ten-Yu and Dance of Firmament, with famous Chinese composer Zhao Ji Ping’s magnificent piece Monk Jianzhen Sailing Eastward. This concert was staged by the SCO on 17 April 2009.

Flavours of Scotland –
Go Celtic LIVE!


Available at $20 each / $16 for
Friends of SCO

Conductor: Tsung Yeh
Celtic Fiddle: Chris Stout
English Concertina: Alistair Anderson

Flavours of Scotland – Go Celtic LIVE! is a live recording of SCO’s successful concert of the same name which features celtic fiddler, Chris Stout, and English concertina artiste, Alistair Anderson. The repertoires of this album mainly utilises Scottish folk songs, while SCO gives a unique touch with its orchestration. This album includes Amazing Grace, Synergy, Fiddlers Free and the First, Third and Fourth movement from Four Scottish Dances.

Chris Brubeck’s Triple Play


Available at $20 each / $16 for
Friends of SCO

Conductor: Tsung Yeh
Electric fretless bass, piano and trombone: Chris Brubeck
Guitar: Joel Brown
Harmonica: Peter Madcat Ruth

Chris Brubeck’s Triple Play combines jazz with Chinese orchestral music, featuring Chris Brubeck on the electric fretless bass, piano and trombone while Joel Brown plays on the guitar and Peter Madcat Ruth com-pletes the combination with Harmonica. This album includes Koto Song, Blue Suites for Har-monica and Orchestra, Polly, Unsquare Dance, I Feel So Bad, Variations on Themes by Bach, Take Five, Crossroads, Blue Rondo a la Turk and New Stew, Opus 2.

Charms of Nanyang


Available at $20 each / $16 for
Friends of SCO

Conductor: Tsung Yeh
Sheng: Guo Chang Suo

Charms of Nanyang is a 2-CD collection of the six winning compositions from the Singapore International Composition Competition for Chinese Orchestral Composition 2006. Brimming with a unique local flavour, this album brings you an audio feast of Nanyang inspired Chinese orchestral works. The 6 winning compositions featured in this album are Tapestries I – Time Dances by Eric Watson, Izpirazione II by Simon Kong Su Leong, Buka Panggung by Yii Kah Hoe, Admiral of the Seven Seas by Law Wai Lun, Volcanicity by Tang Lok Yin and The Sisters’ Island by Wang Chenwei.

Charms of Nanyang II

Charms of Nanyang 2
Available at $20 each / $16 for
Friends of SCO

Music Director: Tsung Yeh

Charms of Nanyang II is a 2-CD collection of the seven winning compositions from the Singapore International Competition for Chinese Orchestral Composition 2011. This album consists of Chinese Orchestral composition brimming with our unique Nanyang flavours. The 7 winning compositions featured in this album are Xie Xiang Ming’s A Stroll in the Lion City, Stephen Yip’s Nine Actors, Zhu Yi Qing’s The Silence of Borobudur, Raymond Mok’sCycles of Destiny,Wang Dong Xu’s The Capriccio of the Mountain Folk Song, Lee Ji Heng’sDark Light.

The Glorious Lion City – Compositions by Law Wai Lun

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Available at $20 each / $16 for
Friends of SCO

Music Director: Tsung Yeh

Renowned Singaporean composer Law Wai Lun collaborates with SCO in the newest album, The Glorious Lion City. From depicting Singapore’s history in Prince Sang Nila Utama Singa to familiar tune of Home and The Celestial Web which based on poem by iconic Singapore artist Tan Swie Hian, this album features music rich in local flavour. Robert Fernando’s rendition of Medley of National Day Theme Songs will surely arouse your strong passion for the nation!

SCO & Marcus Chin

SCO & Marcus Chin
Available at $20 each / $16 for
Friends of SCO

Conductor: Tsung Yeh
Vocalist: Marcus Chin

New Release! SCO launches a new CD with singer Marcus Chin! Expect more than 13 of your favourite Chinese oldies and folk songs, with a bonus music video DVD!

Music of Spring

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Available at $12 each / $10 for
Friends of SCO

SCO welcomes the Lunar New Year with festive tunes in our new Music of Spring CD! This CD comprises of popular Chinese New Year songs including Li HuanZhi’sSpring Festival Overture, Tan Dun’s Stone-Slab Waist Drums, Lu Wen Cheng’s Rising with Each Step, Peng Xiu Wen’s The First Lunar Month, Gu Guan Ren’s Chinatown and Festival, Li De Bao’s He Xin Chun, Lin Wei Hua’sMang Chun and Gong Xi Fa Cai, Yeo PuayHian’sYing Chun Jie Fu and Luo Wai Lun’sCelebrating the New Year Medley: Cai Shen Dao, Ying Chun Hua and Gong Xi Gong Xi.

 

DVD

Voyage to Nanyang I: Tunes of Old Street

Voyage to Nanyang 1 DVD

Available at $20 each / $16 for Friends of SCO

Conductor: Quek Ling Kiong (Ah De)
Storyteller: Chen Zhao Jin

Voyage to Nanyang 1: Tunes of Old Street concert DVD tells the story ofAh De who has travelled from afar to Nanyang. After living on the sunny island for decades, he will now share his stories through the beautiful sounds of Chinese music. Taking the children to Singapore legendary beginnings in the 19th century, he will bring back old Chinatown through music, visiting famous alleys and old houses on Smith Street, Mosque Street, Pagoda Street and Temple Street. Brother Chen Zhao Jing will also share stories and pictures! Join Ah De on his musical Nanyang journey!

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Voyage to Nanyang II:Mesmerising Street Opera

SCO NY 2 DVD Sleeve

Available at $20 each / $16 for Friends of SCO

Conductor: Quek Ling Kiong (Ah De)
Puppetry: Paper Monkey Theatre

In Voyage to Nanyang 2: Mesmerising Street OperaDVD, Ah De collaborates with Paper Monkey Theatre to bring children to explore the local street operas through various forms of puppetry! Children can get to enjoy performances by Fujian hand puppets, Cantonese rod puppets, Indian string marionettes and more, in a fascinating concert intricately woven together with Chinese orchestral music! Come and join Ah De on a heritage trail to discover the golden age of local street operas!

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Journey to Mongolia

Journey to Mongolia

Available at $20 each / $16 for Friends of SCO

Music Director/ Conductor: Tsung Yeh
Cello: Qin Li-Wei
Matouqin / Humai: Mai La Su

Journey to Mongolia concert DVD showcases the performance by cello musician Qin Li-Wei and matouqin musician Mai La Su. The blend of traditional Mongolian instrument Matouqin with modern Cello, will bring a new spark to the performance under the baton of Music Director TsungYeh. Huami, or the art of throat singing, where different tones are produced by human voices, will be performed by Mai La Su. Inspired by the rugged wilderness of Mongolia, the repertoires include Tang Jian Ping’s Gallant Steed, Tang Jian Ping’s The Origin, Wang Qiang’sGadaMeilin and Tang Jian Ping’s Genghis Khan Capriccio.

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Audio Book

Musical Adventures with Quek Quek

Audio Book

Available at $38 each / $34 for Friends of SCO

Join Adventurer Quek Quek on four magical adventures and meet wonderful characters along the way in this new audio book box-set with a bonus CD included! Based on SCO’s popularThe Little Adventurer series of concerts, it introduces young readers to the Chinese Orchestra in a fun and engaging way!

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SCO CDs and merchandises are available at SCO concert nights and Singapore Conference Hall Box Office.