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1941-1970
1971-1980

1981-1990
1991-2000
2001-Until Now
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
         
2001 (60 years old)
‧Cooperated with Forum Music Percussion Ensemble to publish the works at the Experimental Theatre, National Theatre.
2002 (61 years old)

‧Offered to sing “Farewell” at “Chorus by the Generation of Folklore Songs.”
‧Offered to sing “Farewell” at “Chorus by the Generation of Folklore Songs.”
‧Published “The Sacrifice to God’ at Zhongshan Hall during Taipei Art Festival, and the work was conducted by Ching-Po Chiang (Paul Chiang).

2003 (62 years old)

‧Published “Reed Pipe Wind Instrument” and “Three Strings” at the concert of “Colors of Images – Collection of Modern Taiwanese Music,” and the work was sung by soprano Lin, Hui-Chen.
‧“Scenes of Four Seasons—Tai-Hsiang Li’s Thanksgiving Concert” was performed at Novel Hall (for Performing Arts).
‧Tai-Hsiang Li’s Thanksgiving Concert was performed in the second Du Lan Mountain Art Festival.
‧Served as the spokesman for “2004 Du Lan Mountain Art Festival, Taitung,” and composed “the Song of Du Lan Mountain.”
‧At the concert of “The Hunting with Music~ My Entire Life,” Vision Music Ensemble published the new works such as “Drifting Wood” in Sun Rituals of Shihsanhang Museum of Archaeology.
‧Held the concert of “Looking for the Olive Tree in A Dream” at the Auditorium of Banciao Art Center, Taipei County.
‧Composed Hakka style suite “Mountain and Farmland” for “Hakka Culture Festival.”
‧“Breath, Beak, Flow,” “Three Chapters of Revolution,” and “Serenity Caressed by May” were performed by Taipei Dance Circle in “Rotation.”

2004 (63 years old)

‧Led “Vision Music Ensemble” to perform in Taipei Art Festival.
‧Led “Vision Music Ensemble” to perform “Summer Lotus” at Sun Ritual Series Activities of Shihsanhang Museum of Archaeology.
‧Composed the album of “Clouds Flying over the Head.”
‧Composed the insert background music “Chant of Withered Flowers” for “Frightened to See Nihong Barrier.”

2005 (64 years old)

‧Held “Hunting” press conference at Forum Music Ensemble.
‧At “The End of 2005 ROC President’s Office Concert—Listening to the Voice from Mountain and Sea,” he published “Song of Spring,” which was adapted from Kao Yi-sheng’s “Spring Spirit of the Tsou” and “Mountain Dujyuan.”
‧Performed “The Hunting with Music~ My Entire Life” in “Ethnic Style—Courtyard Music Festival” sponsored by Research Institute of Musical Heritage at National Center for Traditional Art.
‧At “Forum.Music.Tai-Hsiang Li” Concert, “Hunting” made the debut at National Concert Hall, Taipei.
‧Held the concert in Tainan Municipal Cultural Center 21st Anniversary Art Festival “Leaping 21,” and performed “Hunting,” “Ordinary People,” “Sketch of Taiwan,” and “Mountain and Farmland” suite. The same works made a traveling show at Chungshan Hall, Taichung, and National Center for Traditional Art, Yilan.

2006 (65 years old)

‧Published “Myth of Mountain Jilaya” at Research Institute of Musical Heritage, National Center for Traditional Art.
‧The eldest son Yi-Ching married Ms. Lin, Chien-Chun.
‧Cooperated with “Forum Music Ensemble” Percussion Group to perform the series works such as “Ordinary People” in “Sinjhuang Culture Festival” in April.
‧Performed the new work “Hunting” in “Voice of Taiwan Series” at National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra’s invitation in May.
‧Performed “On the Dreamland”—Tai-Hsiang Li’s Night of Poetry in 2006 at EBC’s invitation.

2007 (66 years old)

‧In May, Taipei Municipal Zhishan Elementary School held the concert of “Saluting Teacher Tai-Hsiang Li” and performed ten musical works of Tai-Hsiang Li.
‧“Mountain and Farmland” was elected as candidate work of Golden Melody Award in June.
‧“Elope” was published at The Red Playhouse, Taipei in August.
‧In November, Taipei Municipal Zhishan Elementary School held the concert of “To Read Our Poems, and Sing Our Songs—Saluting Teacher Tai-Hsiang Li” and performed poets’ works and Tai-Hsiang Li’s musical works.

2008 (67 years old)

‧Completed violin solo “Malan Suite” in March, and gave a performance in public at the concert of Composers’ Forum, Hsu Tsang-Houei Culture and Arts Foundation in April.

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