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Pipa: from a Distance

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Wu Man belegt auf dieser wunderschönen CD, dass es möglich ist,
Altes mit Neuem zu verbinden ohne in einem weit verbreiteten unverbindlichen soundmisch zu verfallen.
Ein altes chinesische Instrument, westlich gespielt - großartig!
Ich hoffe, sie setzt diesen Weg recht bald fort.
Ich warte auf eine weitere "Lieblings CD".
Absolut empfehlenswert!

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Original (klassische) Pipa Musik habe ich aus China schon gehabt,
auf Wu Ma bin ich durch Yo Yo Ma-s Silk Road Gruppe gestoßen.
Die Platte ist Weltmusik vom feinsten, gepaart mit top Technische-Qualität.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wild - Electric and Eclectic - Pipa 20. Januar 2011
Von applewood - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Did someone mention Hendrix? Traditional pipa master Wu Man, has recorded an eclectic, sometimes electric improvisational instrumental album of traditionally grounded tunes in a decidedly contemporary way. It's sometimes a bit hard to tell what the pipa is doing here (since there is also guitar, banjo, didjeridu, trombone and slide-whistle and various samples being played - all of which could be mistaken for this versatile tweaked-with Chinese lute!). But it sounds like there are often layers of both acoustic and electric pipa being played - as another reviewer mentioned, sounding like Frippertronics, or even more so like Fripp's sometimes sideman Trey Gunn playing a Warr Guitar or Chapman stick, or the ambient world music sounds of Michael Brook.

There is enough dynamic variety here that I find this interesting enough to turn up and rock out to, but also soothing enough to turn down and have as background music. It is definitely a classical and venerable Chinese instrument being played here, but it goes in some very other-worldly and futuristic directions....joyously.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Pipa: When World Music Got Interesting 2. Oktober 2013
Von Sketchy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Basically, I bought this album because the description I read about it seemed so unfathomably odd that I felt that I should definitely get this album to see just how unusual (and thus interesting) this album could be. I expected something incredibly strange.

I was not dissapointed. This album is brilliantly experimental, with unearthly noises such as bowed pipa, ocarina (not bowed) and (I think I read this right) bicycle horn, as well as a good dose of electric pipa to give Hendrix-esque psychedelia and even a fair amount of heavy percussive folk, this album is recommended for anyone who desires new sounds.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Weird sound 20. Juli 2015
Von Jerry H. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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One track sounds like something from Star Trek! Overall, great music to listen to on road trips.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen nope. 31. März 2014
Von no name - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is new age techno music mostly, not traditional pipa music.

If that's what you like, ok, but I don't.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Long Road to China 14. November 2006
Von Eric Joseph - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It began for me like this, in 1989 or thereabouts, I was flipping through channels on the telly and happened upon the tail end of a documentary on China. I remember little of the program, save the ending. As the credits rolled a young Chinese woman was playing a stringed instrument that I thought at the time was a samisen (gives you an idea how long it had been since I'd seen one of those). I know now it was a pipa. Her performance was strikingly virtuosic. I was amazed at both her amazing technique and equally, the wonderful sounds she was coaxing from this unique instrument. Though I could see the pipa was lute-like, its sound reminded me of the guitar and the banjo, but with a level of sonority that dwarfed both. The player executed what American musicians would call trills and minor bends on the strings that gave the instrument an aural tactile quality that was quite haunting. I was blown away.

Flash ahead 17 years.

I was walking through the Xavier University Library near the magazine section and happened upon an issue of World Literature Today. Famed cellist Yo-Yo Ma was on the cover and there was a blurb about his Silk Road Project. Being a fan of Ma, I decided to pull the mag and check out the article. On one of the pages there was a picture of Yo-Yo Ma, and two other musicians, one of them, a woman, playing a pipa. When I saw the instrument I immediately flashed back to the closing of the documentary 17 years before. The woman playing the pipa was Wu Man. Later, I came here to seek the Silk Road recordings for samples, then on a whim clicked on the link to Wu Man, saw pipa: from a distance, listened to samples and was instantly hooked.

Pipa from a distance is a remarkable recording. Wu Man manages to give the listener a taste of tradition and the contemporary, and at times the surreal. The pipa is the lute of China, with a history spanning two millennia. Its unique voice is not unlike the American banjo at times, but the pipa's dynamic range is far greater. Wearing artificial nails taped on all fingers of the right hand, a master pipa player can coax all manner of sounds from the instrument; individual notes can burst from the instrument in a staccato cascade, picking patterns that sound like rainfall, strings are sometimes trilled as in Blues, chords can be either delicate or thunderous. In capable hands, the pipa can be a formidable means of self expression, and Wu Man conjures the magical on this breathtaking recording.

The blend of musical forms is adventurous and amazing. There is the tranquil first track, "Invocation". Man wafts over the sounds of bells and e-bowed electric guitar, with the use of sound manipulation, the piece is both meditatively traditional, yet bordering on the mildly psychedelic.

"Dancing" is a joyous tune. This piece includes banjo and it compliments the pipa well. Their voices are similar, yet so different, as they call back and forth. The didgeridoo is used to good effect here and elsewhere on the recording.

"Journey" displays the lyrical side of the pipa. Lilting and graceful, yet powerful, Wu Man glides through the piece like a bird in flight. Tabla samples, shaker and didgeridoo provide gentle accompaniment. This is one of my favorites on the CD. I often leave it looped to bask in the beauty of it.

"Hangzhou Blues" was quite a surprise. Wu Man plugs in, connecting her pipa to a wah wah pedal and into an amp. I had this image of her sitting next to a Marshall stack, pipa induced feedback rising behind her. You'd think this wouldn't work, but it exceeded my expectations. The sound is otherworldly, and massive. I had to remind myself she was playing a pipa. This track stands out from the others in sheer daring. She doesn't overplay her hand, and her technique transferred well to the electric context. Hendrix would have loved it (of course, the pipa acoustically would have stunned him).

"Vincent's Tune" is another favorite. The piece slowly builds to a climax that made me think of Meredith Monk, the screeching "toy" used at the end comes very close to sounding like a human voice. The piece exudes an almost overwhelming exuberance.

The last track I'd like to comment on is one of the solo pipa pieces, "Ambushed Again" The pipa alone is incredible. As a solo instrument one can hear how versatile the pipa can be in the right hands. Wu Man bears down on the instrument, drawing out its subtleties and its thunder. Any rock guitarist could appreciate the edgy chordal passage of "Ambushed Again". Man's rhythmic sense shines through on this piece; darting back and forth like a boxer, until the pipa sounds like its being shaken to pieces.

This recording is a great place to start for the novice to pipa music. Here it is very accessible and beautifully produced. Still, one should not overlook the classical pipa music of China. Wu Man has a two disk set of this traditional music. "From A Distance" clearly shows how well she works in collaboration, but alone she is a wonder to behold. I can only hope I get the chance to see her live.
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