Ng Yu Hng
Ng Yu Hng — The Canonical Hours [Score-Video]
Premiered and recorded by the CHROMA ensemble and students of the Royal Academy of Music at St. Mark's Church, London. Written for the Book of Hours project. Performers: Flute (RAM) - Lucy Driver Clarinet (CHROMA) - Stuart King Piano (CHROMA) - Kat Tinker Vibes (RAM) - Jonathan Phillips Harp (RAM) - Esther Beyer Cello (CHROMA) - Max Ruisi Composer: Ng Yu Hng (2020-2021) My website: https://www.ngyuhngcomposer.com/
Ng Yu Hng
Ng Yu Hng — I Came, I Slept, I Departed [Score-Video]
Premiered and recorded by the Hill Quartet at the Royal Academy of Music, London, April 2021. Performers: 1st violin - Bridget O'Donnell 2nd violin - David López Ibáñez viola - Julia Doukakis cello - Ben Michaels https://www.hillquartet.com/ Composed by Ng Yu Hng (2021) My website: https://www.ngyuhngcomposer.com/
Ng Yu Hng/Near Stasis For solo piano and vibraphone
Near Stasis For solo piano and vibraphone Composer:Ng Yu Hng(2019) https://www.ngyuhngcomposer.com/ If you enjoy the music,please like, leave a comment, and subscribe to our channel. 【チャンネル登録】や【いいね】が活動に励みになります。よろしくお願いします♪ ♪撮影・録音・編集（Editor ）: Nëmm Instagram ⇒https://www.instagram.com/chan_nemmusic ♪Licornesque Instagram ⇒ https://www.instagram.com/licornesque.music/ ♪Piano：福嶋碧菜（Aona Fukushima） Instagram ⇒ https://www.instagram.com/aonafukushima/ YouTube ⇒ドビュッシー/夢 https://youtu.be/8iSe8TdPOgY ♪Percussion：浜谷安里（Anri Hamatani) Instagram ⇒ https://www.instagram.com/pucuo/ YouTube ⇒武満徹/over the rainbow https://youtu.be/WiijOBNRows
The Memory Mansion at the end of Time by Ng Yuhng
Music boxes in perpetual motion, memory banks slowly rusting, a perfectly preserved Victorian manor hanging like a jewel in deep space... These surreal images derived from speculative fiction I've read became the compositional bedrock of this piece. The architecture of this work is akin to a tour around this mansion in the distant future. It begins at the gates, aged for eons but with a hint of its grandeur retained. The visitors are then ushered through the celestial hallways where one can observe the fading light of stellar remnants. Throughout their journey, they may hear the gears of antiques clockworks toys and glimpse half-forgotten memories, faded and flickering. All good things come to an end, and the visitors finally leave the same way they came, through the celestial hallways and finally out the door. A poem of the same name was written by this composer, inspired by this piano piece. The pianist may, at liberty, use the poem's imagery as an interpretative framework for the performance of this work. The Memory Mansion at the end of Time (poem) Through the gates Into the hallway of stars, A luminiferous tomb Blankets her ceiling. And into the room Of clockwork toys, Their children lost in time. A requiem of forgotten thoughts Breathes... And melts... And fades... Her arches sing and rust As they retreat Beneath the veil of stars. Beyond the aching doors, Enveloped by mists. By Ng Yu Hng 29/11/2020
Composers Society of Singapore
A Commentary on Dowland's Farewell, by Ng Yu Hng | CSS Score Follower Videos
A Commentary on Dowland's Farewell Composed by Ng Yu Hng Performed by: Bruno Pancek, Guitar Check out Ng Yu Hng at https://www.ngyuhngcomposer.com/ The Composers Society of Singapore (CSS), formed in 2007, fosters the creation of new music by Singapore composers, and promotes musical works both locally and abroad through concerts, conferences, discussions and other activities. Subscribe to our YouTube channel via the Subscribe button above! Check out our latest updates at https://www.cssingapore.org !
Luna Collective - New Sounds Concert
A collection of pieces and interviews with living composers, hosted and performed by the Luna Collective. All musicians and additional help are credited at the end and during the video. Concert Order: Morgan Hayes - The Black Cap (piano) Morgan Hayes - The Black Cap (full instrumentation) Joseph Graydon - Coiling Silk Ellen Drewe - 22° Halo Ng Yu Hng - Kintsugi A huge thank you to all of those involved in this project. Donations will be extremely welcome and will go towards covering any costs involved in the concert and facilitating future projects with the ensemble. DONATE: https://gofund.me/1affe784
Ng Yu Hng
Ng Yu Hng — She Gently Rocks the Cradle
Conductor: Ed Liebrecht Soprano: Crystalla Lola Cecilia Serghiou Flute: Daniel Swani Piano: Leona Crasi Guitar: Ryan Bair Percussion: Joanne Chiang Composer: Ng Yu Hng (2020) Premiered at the Angela Burgess Recital Hall, Royal Academy of Music, UK in Nov 2020.
All The Things Left Unspoken Ng Yu Hng
“ here is the world. beautiful and terrible things will happen. don't be afraid” Frederick Buechner This work captures the baffling sense of love and a loss when one experiences a loved one with a terminal illness; joy at the transient but invaluable time we can be together with them, grief at the impending fading of life. This piece underwent a significant evolution throughout the past year. Initially it was a work with aleatoric elements, mostly improvised. However as Samuel was sending me excerpts of his playing, I liked certain elements so much that I began incorporating them into the score itself. I, the composer, thus began engaging in the uncanny activity of 'reverse transcription', listening to the audio of my own piece and attempting to add new improvisations to the score. The piece thus gradually evolved from an improvised work, to one that is increasingly ossified on paper. The piece is thus a bit of a palimpsest, written and overwritten with multiple layers of excerpts, from myself and from Samuel. Samuel is thus a co-composer as much as he is the performer of the work! - Ng Yuhng Please email Yuhng at firstname.lastname@example.org for score enquiries.