I’ve been playing the music for tai chi for quite some time now. I just recently purchased a few CDs and a DVD of it so I have been playing it quite a bit. I have a few favorite songs that I like to listen to while I am doing tai chi.
My favorites are by the great Chinese composer Cui Jian. I started playing him about 3 years ago while I was making a video for my website. I loved his music so much that when I was making my video, I added Cui Jian to the soundtrack of my video. Now I listen to this music whenever I am practicing tai chi. It is easy to learn and the music is very calming and relaxing.
I really like the use of Cui Jian’s music in my tai chi videos. The soundtracks for my music videos are usually very calming, relaxing music, and they are the perfect accompaniment to tai chi. I tend to listen to them while I am doing tai chi as well.
In my very first video, I had Cui Jian’s music in the background and I made him do tai chi exercises in it. They really made me want to practice more and I was getting more and more excited about how good the music was going to be in my videos. It is easy to do it when you are still in the mood.
That song really blew me away. The lyrics are very sweet and catchy and it made me feel so much better.
You can listen to it, or you can practice it. The first half of the song is only available on the official website. You can play the video, or you can practice the melody on your own.
I can’t recommend this song enough. The lyrics, melody, and the music video are all top notch stuff.
It is a shame that we have to put up with the same annoying music in our videos. I just wish they were shorter, and more focused on what they are actually doing. I love the music video and wish they would make a mini-album of it, but I cannot endorse the fact that it will be on the official website. It will be for people who want to practice the melody, but most of us will just be too lazy to go out and buy the whole thing.
I’ve never used music and am pretty much incapable of enjoying it. I know that song-making is pretty easy, but I can’t help but think that it’s too good to be true. So I guess I’ll leave it at that.
I’ve always thought of Chinese music as an activity, not an art form, and I can’t really imagine anyone enjoying it as an art form. I love the way they use light, but it seems to be a distraction to my focus.