Water Concerto: H2O As An Instrument

US Percussive performance from Beibei Wang      25/06/23

When it comes to freely available musical instruments, you can't get much more abundant than water. Here we have an intriguing performance of the Water Concerto by Tan Dun performed by Beibei Wang, a Chinese multi instrumentalist with a background in both Classical and traditional Chinese percussion. It's a unique approach to percussion and certainly one we've not seen in such a formal environment. Another performance which comes close is Brazilian composor and artist Hermeto Pascoal performing Musica da Lagoa:

Suffice to say, neither of these artists have anything on Synthesizer Patel:



Beibei Wang Website: http://www.beibeimusic.com/


About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.

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