Chapter VII - Sources and Bibliography (Der Lange Marsch des Rock'n'Roll)

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Chapter VII - Sources and Bibliography (Der Lange Marsch des Rock'n'Roll)

Draft translated version

Contents

General information

Original works author: Andreas Steen

Original works title: Der Lange Marsch des Rock'n'Roll

Translation: Max-Leonhard von Schaper (Azchael)

Index of Sources

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Beifang gexia (1988), 北方歌侠 (Just songs of the North)[1], 'Dongfang gewutuan luyin gongsi' (Recording studio of the sing and dance ensamble of the East), Beijing.

Cobra (1994): Hypocrisy, NETWORK Medien GmbH, Frankfurt, in cooperation with the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.

Cui Jian (1985): Cui Jian '85 huigu, 崔建 '85 回顾 (Cui Jian's look back '85), China Record Corporation (1994), Beijing.

Cui Jian (1989): Langzi gui, 崔建:浪子归 (Return of a vagabond) BMG Pacific Ltd., Hongkong.

Cui Jian (1989): Xin changzheng lushang de yaogun, 新长征路上的摇滚 (Rock'n'Roll on the New Long March). 'Zhongguo lvyou shengxiang chubanshe' (China Tourism Sound and Video Publishing), Shenzhen.

Cui Jian (1991): Jiejue, 解决 (Solution), 'Zhongguo beiguang shengxiang yishu gongsi', (China Northern Light Sound- and Videoart Publishing), Beijing.

Cui Jian (1994): Hongqi xia de dan, 红旗下的蛋 (Eggs under the red flagg), Beijing East West Art Publishing LTD, Beijing.

He Yong (1994): Laji chang,何勇:垃圾场 (Garbage Dump), 'Gunshi', Taibei.

Black Panther (1991): Hei Bao, 黑豹 (Black Panther), Kinn's Management Ltd., Taibei.

Hong taiyang - Mao Zedong songge xin jiezou lianchang (1992), 红太阳-毛泽东颂歌新节奏联唱 (The Red Sun - Odes to Mao Zedong, uninterrupted songs in new rhythm), China Record Corporation, Shanghai.

Hongse yaogun (1992), 红色摇滚 (Red Rock), 'Beijing dianying xueyuan yinxiang chubanshe' (Beijing film and video high school publishing house), Beijing.

Hou Muren (1994): Wo ai ni Zhongguo, 侯牧人:我爱你中国, (China, I love you), 'Tianjin yinxiang youxian gongsi' (Tianjin Sound and Video Ltd.), Tianjin.

The Breathing (1992): Huxi - The Breathing, 呼吸, Phonographic Performance Ltd., London.

Li Guyi (1994): Yuanfen xianlian - Li Guyi: ershi nian gechang shengya jinqu; 李谷一:缘分乡恋:李谷一,二十年歌唱生涯金曲 (Fate, love of the home Heimatliebe - Lu Guyi: Golden songs of a twenty year career), 'Jiangsu changpian youxian gongsi' (Jiangsu Record Company).

Qi Qin (1994): Huangjin shi nian, 1981-1990, China Tour Live, 齐秦:黄金十年1981-1990 (The golden ten years, 1981-1990, Live in China), East Record & Tape Ltd., Co., Taibei.

Tang Dynasty (1992): Tang Chao, 唐朝, 'Gunshi', Taibei.

Wang Shuo (1992): Wang Shuo cizuo gequ - wande jiushi xintiao, 王朔词作歌曲:玩的就是心跳 (Wang Shuo lyrics-songs - Herzklopfen heißt das Spiel), 'Zhongguo yinyuejia yinxiang chubanshe' (Chinese music and video publishing house), Beijing.

Wei Hua (1990): Taiyang sheng, 蔚华:太阳升 (The sun rises), KB Communications/BMG Pacific Ltd.

Yaogun Beijing (1993): 摇滚北京 (Rock Beijing), 'Beijing wenhua yishu yinxiang chubanshe' (Beijing culture- and art- video publishing house), 'Tianjin yinxiang youxian gongsi' (Tianjin Sound and Video Ltd.), Hongkong Yongsheng Record Company Ltd.

Ye Shanghai jingxuan (1993), 夜上海精选 (Selection of a night in Shanghai, Vol. 1-4), EMI-Hongkong Ltd.

Zhao Chuan (1991): 赵传 No.4, (Zhao Chuan Nr. 4), 'Gunshi', Taibei.

Zhao Chuan (1994): The Greatest Hits', 'Gunshi', Taibei.

Zhongguo Huo Vol. 1 (1992), 中国火 Vol. 1 (China Fire Vol.1), 'Gunshi', Taibei.

Zhongguo Kangzhan gequ xuan (1993), 中国抗战歌曲选 (Selection of Chinese songs of the anti-Japan war), Bailey Records, Hongkong.




Lyric books

Deng Lijun geji (Deng Lijun song collection), Shandong, 1988.

Geming gequ ji (Revolution song collection), Shanghai, 1929.

Geming lishi gequ jinhua (Selection of songs of the revolution history), Shanghai, 1992.

Lei Feng songge - gequ zhuanji (Lei Feng praise songs - song collection), Beijing, 1994.

Nanwang de gesheng - geming lishi gequ jingcui (Unforgettable singing - the best songs of the revolution history), Chengdu, 1992.

Shuqing gequ xuan (Selection of sensual songs), Wuhan, 1988.

Taiwan, ah! Zuguo de baodao (Taiwan, ah! Treasure isle of the fatherland), Beijing, 1977.

Taiwan xiaoyuan gequ yu xiangtu minyao (Taiwanese campus songs and local folk rhymes), Guangxi, 1982.

Xue Dazhai min'ge xuan (Learn from Dazhai - selected songs), Beijing, 1976.

Zhongguo jinxiandai yinyueshi jiaoxue cankao ziliao (Education and teaching material for the new and newest musical history of China), Beijing, 1987.

Zhongguo shaonian gequ xuan (Selection of Chinese youth songs), Nanjing 1981.

Zhongguo cidai gequ xuan (Selection of Chinese tape songs), Xi'an, 1985.

Zhu Fengbo: Yanchang gequ xuan (Zhu Fengbo: selection of concert songs), Shanghai, 1984.


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General remarks

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References

  1. Note of the translator: Just as in Justice.