China in Change: Music – A Life Experience

Glenda Jackson explores China and their love of music in the early 1980’s.

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Year Produced: 1983
Running time: 27 minutes
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Part of a four part series on the changes taking place in China and the effects on individual people, presented by Glenda Jackson.

The Chinese love of music and dance is part of an ancient history. Today they share a long and treasured relationship with Yehudi Menuhin, who has great admiration for the Chinese and their dedication to music of both Eastern and Western origins. Through this film we enjoy the performance of dancers and the musicans of the Bejing National Academy of Music, and join two of China’s finest young violinists as they participate in the Menuhin School in England.

The imagery and film quality may not be to modern standards but is useful for historical use.

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