Singapore's Ding Yi Music Company played on Disney's Mulan soundtrack

Ding Yi Music company musicians (from left) in the recording studio: Cheong Kah Yiong, Chris Craker, Alex Lamy, Richard Harvey, Derek Koh, and Low Yik Hang.
Ding Yi Music company musicians (from left) in the recording studio: Cheong Kah Yiong, Chris Craker, Alex Lamy, Richard Harvey, Derek Koh, and Low Yik Hang. PHOTO: DING YI MUSIC COMPANY
Homegrown Ding Yi Music Company recorded music which eventually ended up on Mulan's soundtrack.
Homegrown Ding Yi Music Company recorded music which eventually ended up on Mulan's soundtrack.PHOTO: THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY
The Orchestral Tools Crew with pipa musician Chua Yew Kok of the Ding Yi Music Company.
The Orchestral Tools Crew with pipa musician Chua Yew Kok of the Ding Yi Music Company.PHOTO: DING YI MUSIC COMPANY

SINGAPORE - If you hear what sounds like a hundred drums on the soundtrack to Disney's Mulan, you are probably listening to sounds sampled from one Singaporean percussionist's playing.

Homegrown Ding Yi Music Company's Low Yik Hang was one of 16 musicians from the ensemble who spent 10 long days in Pattaya, Thailand in 2018 recording music which eventually ended up on the soundtrack.

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