The Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns (1835–1921)
- I. Introduction et marche royale du Lion (Introduction and Royal March of the Lion)
- II. Poules et Coqs (Hens and Cocks)
- III. Hémiones (animaux véloces) (Wild Asses)
- IV. Tortues (Tortoises)
- V. L’Éléphant (The Elephant)
- VI. Kangourous (Kangaroos)
- VII. Aquarium
- VIII. Personnages à longues oreilles (Personages with Long Ears)
- IX. Le coucou au fond des bois (The Cuckoo in the Depths of the Woods)
- X. Volière (Aviary)
- XI. Pianistes (Pianists)
- XII. Fossiles (Fossils)
- XIII. Le Cygne (The Swan)
- XIV. Finale
Music Diary during the Pandemic Time by An-Ting Chang
- London Night
- Plague Time
- Last June
- Ping Pong Dance
- Hoxton Street
- Past Tense
- Purple Dream
An-Ting Chang is a concert pianist, composer, theatre director and currently the Artistic Director of Chinese Arts Now(CAN) which is a non-profit arts organisation regularly supported by the Arts Council England producing contemporary Chinese performing arts. An-Ting’s background is a unique mix of science and art with a degree in Chemistry from National Taiwan University and a MMus and PhD in performance from the Royal Academy of Music.
An-Ting has performed regularly as a concert pianist at venues such as Southbank Centre, LSO St Luke’s, Newbury Spring Festival, Deal Festival, Cheltenham Town Hall, and the Akademie der Künste Berlin (Academy of Arts) and appeared in radios, such as BBC3, BBC London, Monocle.
She also created works by combining music with other forms. Her recent work, Augmented Chinatown 2.0 (an app play for AR, music and drama) is available on App Store and Google Play) and has been critically acclaimed.
Her solo piano arrangement of The Carnival of the Animals can be listened to on all digital platforms (spotify, apple music, Youtube music).
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