Reflections of China Suite (Song)

Last Updated on: February 20th, 2023

Reflections of China Suite disney song music“Reflections of China Suite” is a musical piece that is part of the soundtrack of the China pavilion attraction at EPCOT. The piece was composed by the renowned Chinese composer Tan Dun, who also composed the music for the movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”.

The “Reflections of China” attraction takes guests on a 14-minute tour through China’s rich history, culture, and landmarks. The music for the attraction was designed to complement the visuals and to showcase the unique sounds and rhythms of traditional Chinese music.

The “Reflections of China Suite” features a blend of traditional Chinese instruments, such as the erhu, guzheng, and pipa, as well as modern Western orchestral instruments. The music has a sweeping, cinematic quality, and captures the beauty and majesty of China’s landscapes and architecture.

The “Reflections of China Suite” is widely regarded as one of the highlights of the China pavilion, and is celebrated for its innovative blend of traditional and modern musical elements.

Listen to Reflections of China Suite (Song)

Additional Details

  • Song Written By: Richard Bellis
  • Year Released: 1982

Related Park Attraction(s):

    Reflections of China | Disney World

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