Gong Xi Gong Xi

Arranged by Lily Grant
Octavo
Performing Ensemble: Unison Chorus
Instrumentation: Two-Part Treble Voices with Piano and Optional Percussion
Item Number: BL941
Text: Chen Gexin (1914-1961)
Duration: :01:47
Publisher: BriLee Music
Print Status: In Print

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Gong Xi Gong Xi
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Gong Xi Gong Xi
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Gong Xi Gong Xi

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Gong Xi Gong Xi is one of the most well-known and popular Chinese New Year songs today. It is heard in Chinese communities all around the world during the two week New Year celebration. Originally composed to celebrate the end of the second world war, it simply means "congratulations," making it appropriate for multi-cultural programming needs. (Don't forget to take advantage of the recording of the spoken Chinese, should you opt to perform the verses in Chinese.)

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Gong Xi Gong Xi - Accompaniment
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Gong Xi Gong Xi - Pronunciation

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Gong Xi Gong Xi – Part 1
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Gong Xi Gong Xi – Part 2

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Arranger Grant, Lily
Duration 1:47

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