Mua Hong (The Rosy Rain) 10 Songs Composed By Trin
Rosy Rain [Mua Hong] CD, an artistic musical album comprises of 10 musical pieces of a great gifted composer: Trinh Cong Son whose abstractly imaginatively musical creatures allow audiences to portray in their minds many levels of the sumptuous elegancy and meticulous detail reliant to accommodation of their levels of apprehension. Professor Minh Quan, D. A. characterizes the album by using ONLY guitar as a leading instrument for all harmonies in the album. It can be a guitar electric or acoustic possibly steel or nylon strings etc ... The album begins by the title theme song with tempo arrangement applying the high midrange voice of Ha Thanh Lich. Then, it moves to the deep alto in " Con Tuoi Nao Cho Em ", and "Nhu Mot Loi Chia Tay in high mezzo soprano. Moreover, It transforms to "electric guitar in "Co Mot Ngay Nhu The " and " Mot Coi Di Ve", furthermore Jazzy in " Chiec La Thu Phai " and finally, far away deep in the dense tropical forest in " Rung Xua Da Khep'" and so forth... The deep alto voice of Ha Thanh Lich is sensed in the songs " Con Tuoi Nao Cho Em", " Ru Em Tung Ngon Xuan Nong, " and " Nhu Canh Vac Bay ". You can feel to be not only freely fallen and touched at the bottom of the hell of those deep alto notes [ note Re] producing by rare and s...ole female human beings ' voices, but also incited at the incredibility of the sustained vibration along with the crispy and rattling sound in the epic vocal artist Ha Thanh Lich. It can be said that if you do not have the born character of the additional deep alto notes of the full mezzo soprano or the additional deep bass notes of the full baritone, you should consider to forget and to suppress your passionate adorability of vocal performance of music of Trinh Cong Son since the music themselves most are composed with many low and low notes; and since you can not detail elegantly and artistically the musical paintings with so full audio frequency spectrum of rainbow colors proposed and predisposed by Trinh Cong Son. "Ru Em T?ng Ngón Xuân N?ng " is a musical piece of Art written by the ingeniously talented composer Trinh Cong Son and arranged music harmoniously by Professor Minh Quan, D. A.. Transparently, I can perceive that the professor fantasizes to the immerse night sky full of the stars glittering in to the boundless horizon. This musical artistry alike an imaginable painting contains many distant falling stars sensing by the sounds of the celestial bodies with fuzzy heads and very long tails. The sparkling stars, and the crispy sonic sounds of fuzzy heads with long tails of the falling stars, are self-descriptive for the background of the music instead of the ordinary violin orchestral string family. Minh Quan,D.A. 's harmonized music is so symbolic that I can feel of being soaring high in the vast night sky where a boy and a girl are delegated by his choice of a leading steel guitar and a harp harmonized with acoustic guitars orchestrating with sound effects of the falling stars and a choir to create the romantic and dreamy effects. A couple share their thoughts and whisper each other by the answer musical technique while the stars are burning to complement for their happiness in the vast background. They sit closely as if there is not enough space, on the giant crescent hanging high on the sky filled with many still stars glittering rhythmically environmentally and shooting stars incinerating to emit a long streak of lights far away in the horizon of the universe. Even with the easy listening music, Minh Quân, D.A. does not want to limit the listeners' imagination by extending the range of the vocal from may deep notes of the alto range to the pitch of the mezzo soprano to fabricate the illusion of deep touching of the bottom of the heart to the state of soaring elevated to the night sky overwhelmingly with sparkling stars. The audiences can easily recognize Ha Thanh Lich touches the bottom of the deepest note of the female human 's voice in the state of the crispy sustain vibration. That mirage needs a gifted vocal artist to reproduce the audio musical painting. Ti?ng hát Khôi Nguyên: Hà Thanh L?ch with the legendary voice once again maintains and declares the crown of the vocal artist at an epic with hers all obscure meanings. The subtle and refined certified audio engineer, Theodore Stone Becker, once again has a keen insight to produce not only the vast, immense and unlimited horizon by the sound effects equivalently to the world class craftsmanship but also the closeness, simplicity and naivety of the vibration of the heart at low and low range. That's not it. If I am not mistaken that professor Minh Quân, D.A. also let's the spectacles have ability to fantasize to the level just below hallucination by combining mythology to modernity with the assumption the above couple are "Nguu Lang Chúc N?" not in the Vietnamese ancient traditional clothes but the astronaut's ones. Now you can help me continue to tell the world what you can depict from the new artistically musical painting where the past transforms to the present, where the ancestor metamorphoses to modernist, where tradition compromise with contemporary and where the absolute meets relativity ... I hope the review helps you enjoy the album Mua H?ng [The Rosy Rain] with many splendors. Warm Regards, Bac Dau.