The elusive and eluding Hong Kong pianist Albert Hunt has just released his eagerly awaited third album, Hong Kong Gardens. The album is intended to be a modern musical interpretation of traditional classical music, influenced by modern classical music such as Beethoven, Mozart, Elton John, Handel, Haydn, Vivaldi, J. S. Bach, Brahms, and Richard Wagner. Albert Hunt says the songs on the album, which features him alongside the Hong Kong band, have been written specifically for his Chinese audience. The music has also been inspired by the works of composers such as John Coltrane, Howard Roberts, and Thomas Moran. The album also features traditional Chinese songs, including one entitled “Zhou Zong”, which was written by Feng Shui. The piano pieces are also influenced by traditional Chinese music and martial arts.

The album’s first single, titled “We Are The Champions”, is an excellent example of Hong Kong grit. It begins with a hard hitting bass drum sample and rapidly speeds up into a high-pitched electronic sound reminiscent of a number from the soundtrack of the movie 300, set during the war. Following the break, there’s a heavy bassline reminiscent of the early albums from Depeyroux and King Kong. The song is full of energy, with the keyboards repeatedly striking those high notes and the fast paced drumming driving the song.

Following a short intro about how the band started out, the second section takes us back in time to their first performance, in the studio. Playing the songs from the album (including the cover of the original “We Are The Champions”) catches Hunt at his most precise piano moments, as he is able to showcase his amazing talent with the guitar, voice and drums. There’s no doubt that Stevenson has come a long way since his beginnings in the band mentioned above, as he is now ready to fulfill his destiny on stage.

hong kong garden

Hong Kong – Where the Beach and the Gardens Are Worth a Trip to See

There are few places in the world where you can experience something like you will experience when you visit the Hong Kong Garden and Spa located in Central, Hong Kong. Considered by many to be the crown jewel of all things natural, the Hong Kong Island Spa is located in the Hong Kong Central Business District (Zhihu). Featuring a multitude of locations and experiences designed to give you a total spa experience, this is by far the place you want to be on your Hong Kong holiday. With a wide range of accommodation options for every budget, from small offices to larger five-star hotels, the options for you here are unlimited.

The Hong Kong Park is located on Pacific Street and is Hong Kong’s largest park. It is home to a collection of public and private attractions ranging from the Hong Kong Disneyland to Legoland to an endless list of water parks. If you enjoy the beach and the parks then you will definitely want to check out the Hong Kong Park. On a hot summer day, you will feel like you have never experienced any other place on earth. You will feel like you have stepped back in time as the sound of the waves on the shore will echo throughout the entire park and bring you back to a place that you want to go time again.

While on your visit to the Hong Kong Park, you will want to spend some time at the Hong Kong Garden and Spa to really experience the magic of this amazing park. It is a great way to relax after a long day at the beach or even before it begins to get too hot outside. Even if you don’t want to soak in the hot water, there are plenty of other activities to keep you entertained. There are shows at the park, beachside cafes, Tai Chi lessons, shopping and of course, strolling through the Hong Kong Botanical Garden and checking out the beautiful flowers and plants before you head home.

Write A Comment