Famous Chinese Folk Singer - Song Zuying
|Feb 13, 2007 00:48|
The 49th annual Grammy Awards were held in Los Angeles on February, 11. As a Chinese, it is a pity to see that the nominated Chinese folk singer Song Zuying hasn’t won the award.
Song Zuying is a major figure in Chinese music since the early 1990s. She is a beloved folk singer and has done well in promoting the traditional music of China. In November 2003, she held a solo concert in the Golden Hall in Vienna, Austria successfully. And in October 2006, she stages her solo concert at U.S. Kennedy Performing Arts Center.
This year, with her CD “The Diva Goes to the Movies: A Centennial Celebration of Chinese Film Song”, Song has been nominated for a Grammy in the category of “Best Classical Crossover Album”.
Having not taken the cake, however, she contributes a lot to the promotion of Chinese art and culture. We Chinese should be proud of her. Do you like Song Zuying? Which songs of her do you prefer?
|May 7, 2007 22:31||#1|
||I wish I could get the Pinyin of the National Anthem of China and the Sound Track of the national Anthem in MP3 formate.
|May 12, 2007 01:23||#2|
||i can tell you the pinyin|
|Jun 1, 2007 05:47||#3|
||can you email the anthem and pinyin to me?
|Jun 7, 2007 22:53||#4|
||GEORGINA , Have you receive the anthem and pinyin?Your email is?|
|Jan 10, 2008 10:22||#5|
|GUEST40248||Jiang where art thou?|
|May 5, 2008 09:14||#6|
|GUEST72235||funny guy, where did you get this?|
|Jun 1, 2008 23:21||#7|
|GUEST11751||I love Song Yuying's jasmine song. Jasmine is my most loved Chinese folk song. Song presents it just perfectly.|
|Jul 15, 2008 19:22||#8|
|GUEST09111||song zu ying is indeed talented with a blessed voice.....i really wished she won too....i love her 'spicy girl'....|
|Jul 31, 2008 14:05||#9|
|GUESTMAO||re.Song Zuying Miao singing girl.
She look Beauty a young Lady sing verywell.
I like to watch her Dance.
love you..! Zuying.
I'm a sister Hmong America,
nice to meet you.
|Aug 26, 2008 08:37||#10|
|GUEST35510||Is she Miao as in Hmong? Or Miao as in non-Hmong and just a Chinese ethnic minority. Who knows for certain? I'm curious being Hmong (USA) myself.|
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