Overview

Guo Zurong (Chinese: 郭祖荣; born December 16, 1928) is a Chinese composer of classical music born and mainly based in Fuzhou, Fujian Province.

Biography

Guo Zurong (Chinese: 郭祖荣; born December 16, 1928) is a Chinese composer of classical music born and mainly based in Fuzhou, Fujian Province.

Guo Zurong composed his first work for violin and orchestra in 1947. He is largely self-taught in composition, although he was enrolled by Fujian Normal University in 1952 and studied music briefly in the university. He is regarded as the most prolific Chinese composer of symphonies for his at least 33 symphonies composed between 1955 and 2019.[2] He is also the composer of 9 piano concertos, 4 violin concertos, more than 6 piano sonatas, and over 100 songs.

Guo Zurong
Information
Info: Chinese composer
Index: 8.0
Type: Person Male
Period: 1928.12.16 - ..
Age: 95 years
Area :China
Occupation :Composer
Periods :Modernist Music

Artist

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