Topics brrc, Nagasaki Butterfly, China night, Japanese. Columbia A 93 2213633 and A 93 1213874 Nagasaki Butterfly and China night - Japanese - undated- appears to a mid 1940's label (just a guess it could earlier or later. Very nice singing and music. Transcribed exactly as printed: China Night Verse: Y. Saijo. Shina no yoru Shina no yoru yoMusic: N. Takeoka Arr: K. Matuo Direct: T. Nemura. Singee: Ho Mei Fan Columbia Orchestra. Singer: Ho Mei Fan Columbia Orchestra. Nagasaki Nagasaki minami no machi yo Maru ni yano ji no Marria-bune Mukashi Ohige no Bateren O. Matta Maruyama ishi datami Akai chochin hi ga tsuite Ima wa namida no Ochoh-san.
Six cities in China have collaborated in 2004 on a formal application for the Proclamation of Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity on the legend at UNESCO, submitted in 2006 through the Chinese Ministry of Culture. The story also inspired the production of Butterfly Lovers' Violin Concerto, or Liang Zhu Violin Concerto as known in Chinese, a work for violin and orchestra. Butterfly (2004) is the 15th track in the Shining Energy album by Twelve Girls Band. Liang Shanbo Yu Zhuliye (梁山伯與茱麗葉; Liang Shanbo and Juliet) (2006) is a duet performed by Gary Cao and Genie Zhuo. It was listed as the 1st track in the Xi Guan (習慣) album by Genie Zhuo. Shuang Fei (雙飛) is a song associated with the story. It was used as one of the theme songs for The Lovers (1994) and the ending theme song for Butterfly Lovers (2007).
Ho Mei Fan - China Night. Nippon Columbia A 93 1953. Kyu Sakamoto - CHINA NIGHTS (Shina No Yoru). Born November 10, 1941 in Kawasaki, Japan . China Nights ((Shina No Yori) - A Love Song by Yoshiko Yamaguchi.
Butterfly" is a song by Swedish bubblegum dance group Smile. dk from their 1998 album Smile. It was written and produced by Robert Uhlmann and Robin Rex. The song gained popularity outside of Sweden when it was included on the first version of Konami's music video game, Dance Dance Revolution and Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix
Explore Nagasaki holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. It's both unfortunate and important that the name Nagasaki (長崎) is synonymous with the dropping of the second atomic bomb. This history undeniably overshadows everything else, yet if that's all you experience during your visit you'll be missing the point. As paradoxical as it may seem, Nagasaki is vibrant and charming, and it begs to be explored far beyond the bomb museums, monuments and memorials.
Block 41 Shek Kip Mei Estate, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, Hong Kong China. We paid 3400 HKD (380 €) for 5 nights. The hostel has a spacious kitchen with all the facilities and it was always very clean during my stay. There are also big fridges where guests can store their food and very good washing machines and dryers.