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It’s good to keep in mind that the history of opera music in China, which was more or less their theater, folklore, and music all rolled into one, is a long and complicated story going back hundreds of years.

I’m definitely not qualified to make any definitive statements about which style is older or the tangled webwork of influences.

So here’s another one for the Teochew fans out there. ) informs us that the trumpet sound here is a Har To (or Hao Tou) which is commonly used to accompany onstage action in military or court scenes.

A common complaint is that all Teochew Opera sounds the same (which has some truth to it) but this record certainly stands out …I’m not sure what to say except that this is a very unusual sounding record! She adds that this is a recording by a defunct opera troupe from Singapore called Lao Gek Chuong Hiang. She disagrees that this is an uncommon sounding recording, but I have at least 50 Teochew 78′s but not a single one sounds like this. Possibly my favorite Chinese recordings can be found in the Columbia 57000 series.

The din had so paralyzed my wits I could not think.” Gaisberg went to make over 300 hundred recordings in China.

(From Gaisberg’s autobiography as quoted in the notes to the Rounder cd “Rain Dropping on the Banana Tree The first time I heard Chinese Opera I was really shocked.Predominately Cantonese, many of these recordings are reissues from the one sided 8000 series which were recorded in New York City and San Francisco as early as 1902.Because these were sold in the United States they are easier to find here, sometimes in great condition as leftover store stock.(note: The “G” side of this record had a destroyed label, so I’m showing the filpside label) Another rare label associated with Deutsche-Grammophon, Polyphon uses the same numbering as Hindenburg and Pagoda.Typically wonderful Cantonese style singing here by Lum Kwun San.The music sounds very much like Taiwanese Opera (coming soon in a future post).