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国乐启蒙 vol.1-12
Collection of the Traditional Chinese Music «Country Music Enlightenment»
(flac+cue+covers / vorbis q6)



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The collection of 12 volumes of the beautiful chinese traditional music in lossless audio format.


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01. 古琴打谱、演奏:龚一, 改编、配器:周成龙, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 神人畅(古琴与小乐队)
02. 古琴打谱、独奏:姚丙炎 - 华胥引(古琴独奏)
03. 古琴打谱、独奏:姚丙炎 - 酒狂(古琴独奏)
04. 古琴独奏:乐瑛 - 沧海龙吟(古琴独奏)
05. 古琴打谱、演奏:龚一, 改编、配器:周成龙, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 古风操(古琴与小乐队)
06. 古琴独奏:乐瑛 - 列子御风(古琴独奏)
07. 传谱:卫仲乐, 古琴独奏:林友仁 - 醉渔唱晚(古琴独奏)



01. 传谱:卫仲乐, 古琴独奏:林友仁 - 流水(古琴独奏)
02. 传谱:刘少椿, 编配:林友仁, 古琴:林友仁, 箫:杜聪 - 雁落平沙(琴箫合奏)
03. 传谱:吴浸阳, 古琴独奏:吴兆基 - 渔歌(古琴独奏)



01. 古琴独奏:林友仁 - 忆故人(古琴独奏)
02. 编配:林友仁, 古琴:林友仁 箫:杜聪 - 渔樵问答(琴箫合奏)
03. 古琴独奏:詹澄秋 - 石上流泉(古琴独奏)
04. 作曲:【南宋】毛敏仲, 古琴打谱、独奏:龚一 - 山居吟(古琴独奏)
05. 打谱:管平湖, 古琴独奏:林友仁 - 欸乃(古琴独奏)



01. 古琴打谱、独奏:成公亮, 配器:王云之, 伴奏:中央交响乐团, 指挥:张艺 - 文王操(古琴与管弦乐队)
02. 传谱:孙裕德, 箫独奏:谭渭裕, 配器:刘斌, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 佛上殿(箫,打击乐伴奏)
03. 古琴打谱、独奏:吴兆基 - 水仙操(古琴独奏)
04. 传谱:徐元白, 古琴独奏:姚丙炎 - 高山(古琴独奏)



01. 原作:【南宋】郭楚望, 传谱:查阜西, 整理:龚一, 改编、配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 古琴领奏:龚一, 演奏:上海民族乐团 - 潇湘水云(古琴与乐队)
02. 传谱:孙裕德, 改编、配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 演奏:上海民族乐团 - 月儿高(合奏)
03. 原作:【南宋】郭楚望, 古琴打谱、演奏:龚一, 改编、配器:周成龙, 上海民族乐团伴奏 - 泛沧浪(古琴与乐队)
04. 古琴打谱、独奏:管平湖 - 离骚(古琴独奏)



01. 传谱:罗九香, 改编、配器:马圣龙、周成龙, 箜篌独奏:马晓蓝, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 蕉窗夜雨(箜篌与乐队)
02. 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 塞上曲(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
03. 编曲:陈重, 杜次文, 独奏:王力钧, 箜篌伴奏:马晓蓝 - 楚歌(埙,箜篌伴奏)
04. 作曲:龚国富, 赵良山, 埙独奏:赵良山, 中央音乐学院民乐队伴奏 - 哀郢(埙)
05. 译谱:叶栋, 改编、独奏:汤良兴 - 如意娘(古琵琶独奏)
06. 改编、演奏:吴晓钟, 配器:周成龙, 筝伴奏:许菱子 - 阳关三叠(管子——单管,筝伴奏)
07. 箫:罗守诚, 笙:翁振发 - 关山月(笙箫合奏)



01. 作曲:刘天华, 新笛:罗守诚, 扬琴伴奏:曹蕴 - 良宵(箫独奏)
02. 作曲:刘天华, 编配、指挥:瞿春泉, 演奏:上海民族乐团弹拨乐五重奏小组 - 烛影摇红(弹拨乐五重奏)
03. 原作:阿炳(华彦钧), 二胡独奏:王国潼 - 听松(二胡独奏)
04. 原作:阿炳(华彦钧), 二胡独奏:许讲德, 配器:赵冬临, 中央民族乐团小乐队演奏 - 寒春风曲(二胡,小乐队伴奏)
05. 原作:阿炳(华彦钧), 编曲:李乙, 三弦独奏:徐凤霞 - 大浪淘沙(三弦)
06. 原作:阿炳(华彦钧), 二胡独奏:王国潼 - 二泉映月(二胡独奏)
07. 作曲:孙文明, 新笛演奏:罗守诚 - 流波曲(新笛轮奏)



01. 作曲:严铁民, 演奏:李相庚, 扬琴、二胡、大提琴、撞钟伴奏 - 渔歌(巴乌)
02. 作曲:林吉良, 配器:张晓峰, 中阮独奏:刘波, 伴奏:上海民族乐团 - 凤凰花开(中阮、小乐队伴奏)
03. 作曲:董洪德、胡天泉, 笙独奏:翁振发 - 凤凰展翅(笙独奏)
04. 传谱:赵玉斋, 筝独奏:何宝泉 - 四段锦(筝独奏)
05. 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 瀛州古调三首——后小银枪(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
06. 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 瀛州古调三首——狮子滚绣球(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
07. 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 瀛州古调三首——寒鹊争梅(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
08. 传谱:林毛根, 记谱:何宝泉, 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团伴奏 - 过江龙·梳妆(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
09. 曲笛独奏:俞逊发, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉 - 蕉石鸣琴(曲笛,小乐队伴奏)



01. 打谱、演奏:龚一, 改编、配器:周成龙, 伴奏:上海名家交响乐队, 指挥:何占豪 - 春晓吟(古琴,管弦乐队伴奏)
02. 作曲:江先渭, 配器:顾冠仁 - 姑苏行(曲笛,小乐队伴奏)
03. 改编、配器:朱润福, 演奏:中国民族器乐演奏团 - 黄莺吟(小合奏)
04. 曲笛独奏:俞逊发, 配器:裘国泰, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 一枝梅(曲笛,小乐队伴奏)
05. 演奏:上海民族乐团, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉 - 春江花月夜(合奏)
06. 传谱:王巽之, 筝独奏:孙文妍 - 灯月交辉(筝独奏)



01. 古琴:林友仁, 箫:杜聪, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 良宵引(琴箫合奏)
02. 编曲:刘民则, 编磬:刘民则, 古琴:陈东清, 瑟:陈光远 - 流水(编磬)
03. 传谱:沈其昌, 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队演奏 - 瀛州古调四首——小月儿高(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
04. 传谱:沈其昌, 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队演奏 - 瀛州古调四首——雀欲回巢(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
05. 传谱:沈其昌, 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队演奏 - 瀛州古调四首——鱼儿戏水(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
06. 传谱:沈其昌, 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队演奏 - 瀛州古调四首——蜻蜓点水(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
07. 传谱:王巽之, 独奏:孙文妍 - 高山流水(筝独奏)
08. 传谱:王巽之, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 演奏:上海民族乐团弹拨乐五重奏小组 - 霓裳曲(弹拨乐五重奏)
09. 传谱:娄树华, 订谱:曹正, 筝独奏:范上娥 - 渔舟唱晚(筝独奏)
10. 传谱:罗九香, 筝独奏:孙文妍 - 出水莲(筝独奏)
11. 作曲:严老烈, 编配、指挥:瞿春泉, 演奏:上海民族乐团弹拨乐五重奏小组 - 旱天雷(弹拨乐五重奏)



01. 作曲:南齐 柳世隆, 打谱:姚丙炎, 古琴独奏:姚公白 - 秋宵步月(古琴独奏)
02. 原作:唐 潘庭坚, 传谱:徐立荪, 古琴独奏:龚一 - 捣衣(古琴独奏)
03. 古琴独奏:龚一, 改编、配器:周成龙, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 秋风词(古琴,小乐队伴奏)
04. 传谱:张子谦, 配器:周成龙, 古琴:龚一, 笛:罗守诚 - 平沙落雁(琴笛合奏)
05. 曲笛独奏:俞逊发, 配器:杜次文, 箜篌伴奏:马晓兰 - 妆台秋思(曲笛,箜篌伴奏)
06. 作曲:吕文成, 箫独奏:罗守诚 - 平湖秋月(箫独奏)



01. 改编、独奏:谭谓裕, 配器:周成龙, 笙、箜篌及打击乐伴奏 - 梅花三弄(箫)
02. 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队演奏 - 飞花点翠(琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
03. 古筝独奏:朱晓萌 - 寒鸦戏水(筝独奏)
04. 曲笛独奏:翁逊发, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉 - 寒江残雪(曲笛,小乐队伴奏)
05. 记谱:朱润福, 整理移植:刘德海, 琵琶独奏:杨帷, 配器、指挥:瞿春泉, 上海民族乐团小乐队伴奏 - 谨奉礼 (琵琶,小乐队伴奏)
06. 作曲:林吉良, 中阮独奏:刘波, 配器:马圣龙 - 松风寒(中阮,小乐队伴奏)


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2011-05-31 at 19:23 UTC
演奏, 作曲, 打谱 and others are meaningless in the tags (That's why I opened the page thinking about re-download. Me is too lazy to do it by youself)

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[10-31, 15:29] <Artemix> A question for the experts, what is the limiting quality factor that produces a frying-like sound when I hear songs with multiple voices, for example some of the Queen songs.
[10-31, 15:28] <xell17> no kissing, no touching. :[
[10-31, 15:28] <xell17> don't touch your friends~
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[10-31, 14:43] <MisterDonut> what is a google
[10-31, 14:30] <124997186> How to download it? I am a freshman
[10-31, 14:16] <OnDeed> 160kbps per mono channel is quite high, even for MP3, after all, so I'm pretty sure not using joint stereo despite it actually being helpful would not cause audible damage
[10-31, 14:15] <shaddrag> For the record, my 320kbps mp3's are fine to my non-elitist ears.
[10-31, 14:12] <OnDeed> "<[TRVE]> And I maintain what I said before: 320 kbps mp3 sounded and sometimes still sounds like crap because people didn't change the default settings and encoded both channels fully." --- where do you get this from? In reality, I think many codecs disable joint stereo or mid-side coding when on higher bitrates *to prevent quality degradation*. That might actually include Lame, though I'm not sure
[10-31, 13:46] <Atlus> (´◔౪◔)
[10-31, 13:40] <shaddrag> They were so young, RIP in peaces.
[10-31, 13:22] <supernut64> rip ;_;7 go with hs then
[10-31, 13:21] <[TRVE]> Kaylith is dead.
[10-31, 13:18] <supernut64> also, kaylith, nabi
[10-31, 13:14] <supernut64> when will commie die
[10-31, 13:13] <nabi1103> so commie or hs for shigatsu guys?
[10-31, 12:46] <shaddrag> You could at least have the courtesy to link the file you are referring to, not that it would help you get assistance anyway.
[10-31, 12:01] <xenoforce> [TouhouProject] [MP3] Super Best Trance Ultimate Collection
[10-31, 12:00] <xenoforce> please seed this file for finish my download thx
[10-31, 10:26] <nano02kg> thx
[10-31, 10:07] <shaddrag> "will it work with my toaster?"
[10-31, 08:54] <sarachikorita> I think in the real world people don't really care about that extra bit of quality or that extra few bytes of compression, they want to know, "will it work with my player?"
[10-31, 08:48] <ravil> Ank is gay
[10-31, 08:45] <sarachikorita> For what you share with others, if you use some hipster format nobody else uses, people are gonna need special software, they're just gonna turn around and say fuck you, and download from someone else who uses a better-supported format.
[10-31, 08:45] <[TRVE]> And I maintain what I said before: 320 kbps mp3 sounded and sometimes still sounds like crap because people didn't change the default settings and encoded both channels fully. They effectively got the sound of 160 kpbs. Nobody in their right mind used the Fraunhofer encoder even back then, LAME was and still is the way to go.
[10-31, 08:42] <sarachikorita> FLAC is common and has good support; it being open source is a plus. Wavpack and TTA may be open source but about nobody uses them - if they use anything else it's the proprietary and semi-proprietary formats ALAC, SHN and APE. What you use for your own stash is your business but IMO it's daft to use anything but FLAC for lossless.
[10-31, 08:41] <[TRVE]> As long as there is no hardware support without patching the firmware, anything other than FLAC has no future.
[10-31, 07:57] <BaeOonk Hke> its amazing web site its easy to download any anime on 1080p
[10-31, 07:47] <junh1024> Wavpack, otoh, is open sauce, and supported just well amonst my tools, has a few benefits over FLAC (sometimes smaller size), and so I can suggest WV as a lossless codec.
[10-31, 07:46] <junh1024> Although TAK may have the best lossless compression, it's a proprietary codec, and isn't supported well enough amonst my tools to warrant switching to it.
[10-31, 07:45] <junh1024> 320kps MP3 ripped from aeons ago may sound crap simply because the encoders were crap back then. Modern encoders like LAME on 320kps now should sound better than any back then.
[10-31, 07:44] <junh1024> http://www.opus-codec.org/comparison/quality.png < note how the graph stop at about 128kps. This is about when the low-delay restriction of Opus is apprently detrimental. AAC has served us well for many years, and will continue doing so. There's new xsns for AAC being developed, too.
[10-31, 06:46] <Denkoko> We may lost Kaylith, but at least Hadena is coming back, right guys?
[10-31, 05:58] <Rin2K> Sometimes ( ͡ ° ͜ʖ ͡ °), sometimes ( ͡º ͜ʖ ͡º), on rare occasions ( ͡ ͡° ͜ ʖ ͡ ͡°)
[10-31, 05:39] <zaturama007> What color is your HUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUE?
[10-31, 04:28] <Rin2K> xdddddddd
[10-31, 04:10] <Raishin> who dont have a kanojo? go to kanojo.jp XD
[10-31, 03:53] <Stinky Cheez> What's the point..? Ask a Spaniard/Latino, Druid, or Egyptian =)
[10-31, 03:38] <Denkoko> Kaylith is kill
[10-31, 03:18] <zynerix> つ ◕_◕ ༽つ KAYLITH GIFF SHIGATSU つ ◕_◕ ༽つ
[10-31, 03:02] <poyoyon202> OKOK
[10-31, 02:33] <OnDeed> (that thing about mp3s rotting on harddrives was of course a troll, somebody made that tongue-in-cheek a while back)
[10-31, 02:33] <OnDeed> well, Lame was available in 2002-2003 IIRC with good quality
[10-31, 02:16] <BreakYourNeko> Lol at people talking about MP3 degrading over the years a few hours ago. The reason they sound bad is because they used a bad encoder. Not all MP3s even at the same bitrate are equal. A lot of mp3 encoders up to somewhat recently were very bad.
[10-31, 01:03] <Artemix> Didn't Halloween end a few days ago or something?.
[10-31, 00:55] <SneakiestNEG> Apparently my monarch is on a state visit to Japan. Wonder if he will go to Akiba and buy some hentai, visit a maid cafe and hump Gundam.
[10-30, 23:38] <Rin2K> u be illin'
[10-30, 23:35] <sephirotic> Go to a costume party with a cool costume and profit.
[10-30, 23:30] <Senzura> are u a giril
[10-30, 22:59] <cyatek> i'll be ur gf
[10-30, 22:57] <Senzura> I have no gf to celebrate it with whats the point?
[10-30, 22:29] <Rin2K> wish*
[10-30, 22:29] <Rin2K> u whish.
[10-30, 22:27] <MichaelMyersIsKawaii> Halloween Is Coming Boo
[10-30, 22:02] <vivan> no
[10-30, 22:00] <shaddrag> no
[10-30, 21:55] <itspossibleyo> is there anyone here please ?
[10-30, 20:20] <RaptorX3> hello
[10-30, 19:44] <Zurl> Johj.
[10-30, 19:02] <Artemix> pfff.. I still have a 850 Seagate HDD from 1996. I use it to boot Windows 95.
[10-30, 18:34] <()blivion> My 160GB IDE I have had since 2007 just died from this.
[10-30, 15:41] <sephirotic> That's Old but GOLD Senzura.
[10-30, 14:33] <Tysonblast> "rotational velocidensity" still gets me every time
[10-30, 14:31] <Lunarfang7789> Ok I know I asked already by I forgot to look, How long till Pri Para Naisho? ;(
[10-30, 14:21] <Artemix> From that char comparison FLAC is the boss.
[10-30, 14:10] <eraser> nice meme
[10-30, 14:06] <Senzura> I started collecting MP3s in about 2001, and if I try to play any of the tracks I downloaded back then, even the stuff I grabbed at 320kbps, they just sound like crap. The bass is terrible, the midrange…well don’t get me started. Some of those albums have degraded down to 32 or even 16kbps. FLAC rips from the same period still sound great, even if they weren’t stored correctly, in a cool, dry place. Seriously, stick to FLAC, you may not be able to hear the difference now, but in a year or two, you’ll be glad you did.
[10-30, 14:06] <Senzura> Hearing the difference now isn’t the reason to encode to FLAC. FLAC uses lossless compression, while MP3 is ‘lossy’. What this means is that for each year the MP3 sits on your hard drive, it will lose roughly 12kbps, assuming you have SATA – it’s about 15kbps on IDE, but only 7kbps on SCSI, due to rotational velocidensity. You don’t want to know how much worse it is on CD-ROM or other optical media.
[10-30, 12:43] <blackrepo> Retrying (sorry Nyaa) Robomaru Play Store
[10-30, 12:41] <blackrepo> fail
[10-30, 12:40] <blackrepo> Derp. Formatted: [b]Robomaru[b] Play Store link
[10-30, 12:38] <blackrepo> Robomaru - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nizlumina.robomaru
[10-30, 12:37] <blackrepo> Sooo guys. I created an Android app for subbed release (auto increment for eps, targeted RSS mode, etc). Just pair it with Flud or aTorrent and you're set for the season.
[10-30, 12:07] <Nyaa> I imagine 1.3.1 is just around the corner.
[10-30, 12:05] <Nyaa> http://www.rarewares.org/files/lossless/flac-1.3.0-x64-icl.zip is legit.
[10-30, 11:59] <[TRVE]> Is 1.3 stable and if yes, will we get a Windows build?
[10-30, 11:27] <Nyaa> Related
[10-30, 11:24] <Nyaa> Also, FLAC has checksumming on by default.
[10-30, 11:22] <Nyaa> Note that FLAC is being actively developed (again).
[10-30, 11:21] <Nyaa> http://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=Lossless_comparison
[10-30, 11:01] <coldhell> TAK encodes far faster than FLAC and it produces smaller files (5-20% from my test), so there is no reason for you to use FLAC on PC.
[10-30, 10:50] <[TRVE]> At that point I simply rip the CD to FLAC just to be done with it.
[10-30, 10:49] <[TRVE]> Unfortunately for me, the music I listen to often has noisy instruments and is mastered by idiots with two left hands. MP3 sometimes turns this into a wall of noise.
[10-30, 10:46] <[TRVE]> MP3 at 320kbps CBR is a bad choice because people tend to forget that this setting automatically uses "full stereo" (for a lack of a better term) which encodes both channels as is. At "joint stereo" the result is alright for many recordings. And yes, both that and VBR V0 are the technical limits of mp3.
[10-30, 10:40] <[TRVE]> Oh, were we talking about audio tracks for motion pictures?
[10-30, 09:48] <sephirotic> Also, FLAC is good as storage/future-proofing? Yes, for MUSIC, not for anime, for fuck sake. For anime it's completely pointless. I've chopped off over 300gb of pure useless audio data in the last years just from reencoding my animus ST from FLAC to AAC. Call this useless data. We don´t need to worry with "future-proofing" for video's audio. AAC will be supported indefenitely even when a new format come up. No one needs the extra quality preserved for transcoding in video format, not even AMV makers. Hell, even mp2 is still supporter today, a format over 20 yeras old. Even if you need to re-transcode an anime episode you could just remux the Audio anyway, so no lossy-lossy conversion issues.
[10-30, 09:44] <sephirotic> No, 320kbs mp3 are horrid choice. VBRV0 has better otimization than CBR 320 and is a more efficient setting for Lame. Despite this V0 is also overkill. Even tough mp3 has problem with several samples, for most stuff it'll become completely transparent at V2 (~200kbps) even with people with above the average hearing.
[10-30, 09:32] <xa1> whoops, wrong site :v
[10-30, 09:32] <xa1> which category do one put audio porn in?
[10-30, 09:24] <Hobichan> Why would anyone use western name order in anime and yet leave the honorifics? That's just inconsistent.
[10-30, 09:05] <Adhiesc> Oh, okay, thanks.. :3 I forgot to check the posting time on the chatbox.. ~,~b
[10-30, 08:59] <vivan> difference between UTC and GMT is less than 1 second, so you can assume that they are the same thing.
[10-30, 08:54] <Abunja> tip: check the time you posted on chatbox, then open date and time settings. easy, right?
[10-30, 08:45] <Adhiesc> Excuse me, just want to ask, nyaa uses UTC time, is it GMT? or +/- how many is it?
[10-30, 07:31] <[TRVE]> Even so, the only clear message here is that Opus is supposedly the best codec for things like Skype or Teamspeak.
[10-30, 07:30] <[TRVE]> Until we know what they mean by "quality" and how they measured it, this remains a pretty picture.
[10-30, 07:21] <Varshnyar> http://www.opus-codec.org/comparison/quality.png
[10-30, 07:12] <sarachikorita> I think it was pretty clear that I wasn't comparing codecs there when I said right out that in both formats, I use the SAME CODECS, H.264 and AAC.