An Orchestral Version of Gong Xi Gong Xi

January 27th, 2008 by Ah Doe

Besides writing piano musical scores, Ah Doe volunteered to “expand” the musical instruments list for this famous Chinese New Year song.


Gong Xi Gong Xi Orchestra Musical Score Preview

A Preview of Gong Xi Gong Xi, an orchestral version

Due to the fact that this song is re-arranged for Chinese traditional orchestras, the musical instruments chosen are mainly and exclusively for them. Some notable instruments are Yangqin (Introduced in one of my posts earlier), Zhong Ruan, Pipa, Liu Qin, Er Hu and etc. I will blog about these instruments in the future.


I have reserved the full version of this piece of musical score for some orchestras so that they can perform it during this Chinese New Year season. However, if you are still interested in it, whether for individual or group (Orchestra I supposed) purpose, you can always contact me at callme@ahdoe.com .

For the second time, Ah Doe wishes you a happy and blessed year ahead!


4 Responses to “An Orchestral Version of Gong Xi Gong Xi”

  1. kjwchu Says:

    do you know where I can download music of “Gong Xi Gong Xi” in mp3 format? Thanks for any information. Happy Chinese New Year!

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  3. flora Says:

    do have it in viola?

  4. Beth Says:

    Wow, fantastic music scores. Although written a bit too complex for my small Harpsicle harp, yet, they are playable with improvisation and adaptation. Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

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