Liza Wang [汪明荃] - Discography (1975-2014)

Liza Wang [汪明荃] - Discography (1975-2014)
Artist: Liza Wang [汪明荃]
Liza Wang [汪明荃] - Discography (1975-2014)

Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1975-2014 [24 albums]
Genre: Chinese Pop, Cantopop, Folk
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 24 albums, 16:49:43 min
Total Size: 2,3 Gb

Liza Wang Ming-chuen, SBS (born 28 August 1947) is an accomplished diva, actress and MC from Hong Kong. She is a well-known personality in Chinese-speaking communities. She has been nicknamed "The Big Sister" in the HK entertainment circle. Wang was formerly a delegate in the National People's Congress from 1988 to 1997, she is currently a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.

Singing career
In parallel with her acting career Wang had, and to some extent still has, a successful singing career. This was a career originally based around albums for her television series consisting of TV theme songs. She has sung in cantopop as well as mandopop songs. Earlier in her career, she performed memorable duets with singer Adam Cheng. She continues to perform TV theme songs such as "東方之珠" for musical series like the 2006 Glittering Days.

Cantonese Opera
Her love of Cantonese opera led her to experiment with stage musicals, before becoming a fully fledged Cantonese opera actress. Her involvement in this scene greatly contributed to her musical abilities; and it was within the Cantonese opera community that Wang met her longtime partner Law Kar-ying. In 2005 the Sunbeam Theatre in North Point, Hong Kong's only regular venue for Cantonese Opera performances, was planned to close following a change of ownership.[6] Wang decided to negotiate with the new owner, who then promised to extend the contract with the Cantonese Opera groups. Wang then criticized the Government for its lack of support for Cantonese Opera, and the Government promised to adopt Wang's request.

Wang was Chairman of the Chinese Artist Association of Hong Kong (香港八和會館) from 1992 to 1997, then again 2005 to 2009.[6] In 2007 Wang was awarded the Montblanc de la Culture Arts Patronage Award. She was later awarded the Honorary Doctoral of Letters by the City University of Hong Kong to recognize her significant contributions to the community and in particular to the art and cultural development of Hong Kong.

In February 2009 Wang fought for the development rights to restore the North Kowloon Magistracy building (北九龍裁判法院) in Sham Shui Po. The building was originally proposed to be a new Cantonese opera training and performance center. Hong Kong's government granted the bid to the US Savannah College of Art and Design. Wang was upset over the loss, and said the government was only paying lip service to causes such as Cantonese opera. The magistracy building is to be turned into a school specializing in creative and digital media


1975 - Purple Hairpin
1976 - Eternal Spring
1977 - Blessing
1977 - Choral Classic
1977 - There Are Thousands of Heart Vows
1979 - Rainbow
1980 - The Shell Game
1980 - Yesterday's Glitter
1981 - Beautiful Time
1981 - Lady of Yang Men
1981 - One Thousand Majestic Drums · Four Seasons Love
1982 - Lang Returned Late · Brave Chinese People
1982 - Love and Passion
1987 - Golden Hits
1988 - In Life There Is Always Hope
1995 - Flag and Drum EP
1995 - Hot Coffee
1995 - Liza Wang's Song
1995 - Liza Wang's Song 2
1996 - Princess Chang Ping
1998 - Xiaoshiyilang · Full Moon Scimitar
2001 - Entertainment Golden Jubilee Classic 2CD
2003 - Mandarin Songs Featured
2014 - Gold and Love

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