Taiwanese composer Chen Chi-Yuan passed away

Taiwanese composer Chen Chi-Yuan (陈志远) passed away on March 16 at age 61 after battling with cancer for seven years. The legendary musician had thousand of works under his name, including many classics in the 80s and 90s.

I’ve embedded some of his famous pieces below. He will be missed, RIP.

Sandy Lam – Home Again Without You (爱上一个不回家的人, 1991)

Dave Wang – Do I Really Have Nothing (是否我真的一无所有, 1989)

Jiang Yu-Heng – Turning Back (再回首, 1989)

Chang Yu-Sheng – Missing You Everyday (天天想你, 1988)

Su Rui – Follow Your Feelings (跟着感觉走, 1988)

Chen did the music arrangement for his works and for many others too. Among his famous works (arrangement only) are…

Various – Tommorrow Will Be Better (明天会更好, 1985, composed by Luo Dayou)

Qi Qin – Probably In Winter (大约在冬季, 1985, composed by Qi Qin)

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