Anyone interested in stunning violin artistry should buy this amazing disc straightaway. It’s one of the best things I’ve heard in a long time. I hadn’t come across Tianwa Yang’s Sarasate series for Naxos before but I will certainly search out the other discs as a matter of some urgency. Her playing is simply extraordinary - no wonder she’s been described as “A Pride of China”. This isn’t one of those flashy, hollow, 20-notes-a-second recitals that quite frankly drive me to distraction.
For his new album Seong-Jin has brought together some of Debussy’s most popular works and cycles such as Images I & II”, Suite Bergamasque (including the beloved “Clair de Lune”, well-known from various oundtrack features) and Children’s Corner, which contains favourites of every young aspiring piano student. Debussy marked the beginning of Seong-Jin’s career, as Children’s Corner was on the program of his first ever appearance on stage.
Il Quin Na ha costituito una sezione delle arti marziali cinesi sin dal loro principio. Il Quin Na copre una lunga scala di tecniche difensive ed offensive, da quelle fondamentali a quelle più avanzate. Si tratta di tecniche che possono essere facilmente adattate e incorporate in ogni arte marziale come il judo, la lotta, il karate, il taekwondo, etc. per accrescere la portata delle possibili risposte agli attacchi. …
Pushing Hands trains you to develop sensitive feeling, or “Listening Jin” to sense to your opponent’s intention, understand their Jin (power), neutralize it, and then counterattack. Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming clearly instructs the finer details of step-by-step Pushing Hands training, and with an emphasis on understanding the emitting of Jin and its applications. Techniques are taught solo and with a partner, from the most basic to advanced.