Composed by Jing Xian
Conducted by Milen Nachev
A tribute to resilience and good cheer, this piece takes its inspiration from the “roof of the world”—the Himalayas—and Tibetan culture. Cellos and erhu open the piece, blending smoothness and flexible strength while maintaining a carefree character. The faster section contains a buoyantly rhythmic motif, meant to conjure images of light foot tapping and the springing jumps of people dancing. Just as the music crests, the long dung-chen horn, imitated here by the trombone, calls the dancing to a stop. After a brief repose and a lilting solo by the erhu, the spirited celebration resumes.
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