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If you like Chinese or Taiwanese traditional music, then you must not miss Jade Bells and Bamboo Pipes. A favorite of many, this program is listed as one of the top ten shows in 2001, 2005, 2007 and 2009 by Passport to the World Band Radio, a leading shortwave magazine. A vast array of instruments are featured and it is a show that will satisfy your hunger for exotic music.
29 April, 2020
Tea music has been a favorite of many avid listeners of Jade Bells and Bamboo Pipes so I decided to play this music for you in my last episode of the program. T
22 April, 2020
Wang Ming-yu began learning erhu at a very young age. In 1995, he received his master’s degree in music and at the same time, he received training of cond
15 April, 2020
Yim Hok Man began learning to drum when he was ten. At fourteen, he was admitted to study western percussion for five years and he later joined the Central Phil
08 April, 2020
Kaohsiung City Chinese Orchestra was established in 1989 and is the first of its kind in southern Taiwan. The conductor of the album we feature today is Kw
01 April, 2020
Some famous tunes in Chinese classical music featured on today’s Jade Bells and Bamboo Pipes are performed by Taipei Chinese Orchestra, the first professi
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