Documentary “Forbidden City” theme song album on-line

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Beijing, December 3 (Xinhua) on December 3, the collection of the theme song album of the large series documentary “Forbidden City” was officially launched. The album contains twelve songs, which not only have independent aesthetic value and serve the theme of the current documentary, but also form a complete concept album with the commonality and unity of cultural connotation and music language

Documentary “Forbidden City” theme song album on-line

the documentary Forbidden City tells the 600 year history of the Forbidden City from its establishment in the Ming Dynasty to today’s Palace Museum. The 12 episode documentary spans different periods and witnesses the rise of great China from the first perspective of the Forbidden City

the theme song album of the Forbidden City matches a theme song for each episode. It is sung by 12 groups of singers and speaks for 12 youth attitudes with different musical temperament. The song integrates new elements such as pop, rock, rap and traditional elements such as poetry and Peking Opera. It is both experimental, artistic and popular

among them, Tan Weiwei uses the city to sing about the feelings of home and country, both majestic and exquisite; Zheng Yunlong interpreted the spirit of struggle; Wang Sulong’s in the stormy waves reproduces Zheng He’s brilliant maritime legend; Liu Yuning, a modern brother, unfolded the magnificent picture of “thousands of miles of rivers and mountains” with his voice; Zhang Bichen’s between the lines, a gentle and delicate depiction of Chinese culture; Zhou Shen’s song “light” sings the indomitable spirit; Chang Shilei presents a deep and inclusive heart with four seas; Zhang Xincheng and MiuMiu form a creative partner. Glory in heaven shines in front of people’s eyes; Huang Ling’s emotional “dare” sang the resonance of ancient and modern history; Liu Boxin’s “thinking of a galloping egret” injects vitality into traditional culture with contemporary popular elements; Dai Quan wrote breaking dawn with passion; Wang Leehom’s “heaven and Earth Dragon scales” praises the sense of mission handed down from generation to generation with a broad view of history. (end)