Byron Au Yong
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Composer and percussionist Byron Au Yong mixes folk and avant-garde musical techniques to create works that have been described by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer as "a beguiling hybrid of cultures" and Fanfare Magazine as "strong, evocative, engaging music." Recent projects include Kidnapping Water: Bottled Operas performed in waterways throughout the Pacific Northwest, Piao Zhu: Flying Bamboo, created for the Seattle Asian Art Museum, Surrender: A T'ai Qi Cantata premiered by The Esoterics, and YIJU: Songs of Dislocation presented at the Jack Straw New Media Gallery.
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- Night Ship - (1:09) - 1 plays
- San'Ya - (7:39) - 1 plays
- A Man is Falling - (0:45) - 1 plays
- Mother - (2:37) - 1 plays
- Breathplay - (4:34) - 1 plays
- Water Whispers - (5:32) - 1 plays
- Lullaby - (6:39) - 1 plays
- Daughter - (3:50) - 1 plays
- Mist - (11:33) - 1 plays
- Ink Sounds - (0:40) - 1 plays
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