Composer showcase: Chen Yi

The CIM Library actively collects contemporary music. Here is a list of scores & recordings of music by composer, Chen Yi in the library’s collection.

Scores

  • -As like a raging fire– : for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano. King of Prussia, PA.: Theodore Presser,2002. CIM Stacks M522.C42as.
  • Romance and dance: for violin and piano. Bryn Mawr, PA : Theodore Presser, 2001. CIM Stacks M223.C42r.
  • Two Chinese bagatelles: piano solo for children. Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Theodore Presser, 2000. CIM Stacks M30.C42c.
  • Chinese folk dance suite: for violin and orchestra. King of Prussia, PA: Theodore Presser, 2000. CIM Stacks M1012.C42ch.
  • Duo ye: for piano. Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Theodore Presser, 2000. CIM Stacks M25.C42d no.1.
  • Romance and dance: for string orchestra. Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Theodore Presser, 1998. CIM Stacks M1112.C42r.
  • Qi: for flute, cello, percussion, and piano. Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Theodore Presser, 1997. CIM Stacks M447.C42q.
  • Ge xu (Antiphony): for chamber orchestra. Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Theodore Presser, 1994. CIM Stacks M1045.C42g.
  • Woodwind quintet. Bryn Mawr: Theodore Presser, 1994. CIM Stacks M557.C42q.
  • A set of Chinese folk songs : for children’s choir and strings, 1994. Bryn Mawr, Ba.: Theodore Presser, 1994. CIM Stacks M1546.4.C42se.
  • “Ba ban” IN The Carnegie Hall Millennium Piano Book. New York; Boosey & Hawkes, 2000. CIM Stacks M21.C37.

Recordings

  • Yi Chen. Sparkle. Includes: Sparkle (12:03) — Song in winter (6:40) — Qi (10:10) — Duoye (7:26) — Shuo (8:26) — As in a dream (7:46) — Near distance (8:43). New York, NY: CRI, 1999. CIM CDc 8244.
  • Yi Chen. Momentum. Includes: Momentum ; Chinese folk dance suite ; Dunhuang fantasy ; Romance and dance ; Tu. Sweden: BIS, 2003. CIM CDc 8243.
  • Edna Michell, Yehudi Menuhin and Lukas Foss, et al. Compassion: a tribute to Sir Yehudi Menuhin. Includes: Romance of Hsiao and Ch’in :for 2 violins and string orchestra by Chen Yi. New York: Angel, 2001. CIM CDc 6869.
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