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大型混编交响套曲《上善蜀水》演出公告

来源:学生工作处  作者:邓秀芸   编辑:陈丝丝   日期:2017/10/26   点击数:1347  


演出名称:2016国家艺术基金项目——四川交响乐团大型混编交响套曲《上善蜀水》西南交通大学专场演出

演出时间:2017年10月31日(星期二)晚19:30          

演出地点:九里校区大学生会堂

演出单位:四川交响乐团

指       挥:司马健楠

入场方式:

关注“西南交通大学大学生艺术团”微信公众号,根据相关推送信息提前预约门票(预约成功将获得取票编号),并于10月31日晚18:30-19:10凭取票编号在大学生会堂入口处领取门票。过时未领取门票的观众,其所持编号作废,需凭证件排队领票,请注意取票时间。

未预约成功的观众,可直接于10月31日晚19:00-19:15在九里校区大学生会堂入口处凭学生证、一卡通、工作证等校内有效证件排队依次领票入场。

本场演出为2017国际大学生文化艺术节闭幕演出,诚邀广大师生员工到场聆听。

演出介绍:

《上善蜀水》是四川交响乐团的原创交响套曲,是由四川交响乐团副团长牟岭虹创意策划、四川音乐学院作曲系主任杨晓忠教授作曲的一台中国民族器乐和西洋器乐融合的跨界音乐作品,

是2016年国家艺术基金的支持项目。《上善蜀水》包括了长笛、竹笛、古筝、琵琶等民乐演奏与交响、弦乐的艺术形式,借用老子“道德经”中名句“上善若水”之含义,聚焦至尚至美的巴山蜀水,以“水”为主线,贯穿音乐创作始终,以中华优秀传统文化为根基,传递向上、向善的人生价值观。作品共有五个主题:

一、《清流闻道》(西洋管乐与中国传统竹笛的跨界融合)

主题:水韵。《清流闻道》采用道教音乐元素与四川山歌的素材创作,根据都江堰的水域特点,融入青城道教文化,其中人声歌词选用了五首青城山道观楹联:

樵语落红叶;经声留白云。——佚名题青城山前山建福宫山门(落款署:“丁卯秋赵蕴玉书”。)

曲径幽居神道迹;高山便是白云乡。——佚名题青城山前山建福宫山门(戊宜署日周恢怀书”。)

溪壑奔腾,百川东去通千派;云霞缥缈,万里西来第一山。——佚名题青城山前山建福宫[门楹]

晓钟历历,暮磬泠泠,细观个里机关,凡处境无非梦境;岚气重重,云身乙乙,饱看天然图画,不学仙也是真仙。——佚名题青城山前山建福宫丈人殿

乐曲运用“散、快、慢”的音乐语言如诗般的写意,描写出“曲径幽居、溪壑奔腾、钟敲月上”的不同意境。

二、《江河的脉动》(传统民族弹拨器乐阮族乐器高音阮、中阮、大阮和西洋弦乐小提琴、中提琴、大提琴四重奏的合作)

主题:水律。《江河的脉动》以中西器乐结合的形式,使音乐语言倾向于复风格化。描写一幅涌动的画面:阮的古朴、幽静,似远古涓涓细流;弦乐深邃悠长似流水源远流长。

三、《春夜喜雨》(古筝与乐队、混声合唱)

主题:水润。根据杜甫的五言律《春夜喜雨》而作:好雨知时节,当春乃发生。随风潜入夜,润物细无声。野径云俱黑,江船火独明。晓看红湿处,花重锦官城。音乐素材选自川剧高腔《别洞观景》唱段,也凸显了巴蜀独有的气候特征,以回旋曲的结构方式呈现似乡音非乡音,似过去亦似现在……

四、《川江放歌》(双琵琶协奏曲)

主题:水势。采用川江号子和四川民歌中极具诙谐的音调特点,此起彼伏、雄壮浑厚,表现川人生养和融入在山水间所形成的幽默、豁达而又不惧艰难的乐观性格。全曲分为三个乐章:船歌/江水  号子/两岸  闯滩/欢歌

五、《生生不息》(交响音乐诗)

主题:水德。《生生不息》以来自高原的天籁之音——藏羌音乐元素为主导,描写水穿过峡谷、掠过湖泊、奔向大海,水是如此的千姿百态和生机勃勃,这是对生命源泉的赞美和歌颂。此段分为4个乐章:生命之源,水之精灵,川流不息,心的礼赞。


Recommended Performance of Symphony Series

The Highest Good of Water in Sichuan Province

Title of show: The Highest Good of Water in Sichuan Province, a symphony series performed by Sichuan Symphony Orchestra in SWJTU, awardedgrants by China National Arts Fund in 2016

Show Time: 19:30 on Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

Venue: StudentsHall on JiuLi Campus of SWJTU

Performed by: SichuanSymphony Orchestra

Orchestra Conductor : Sima Jian Nan


Admission:

The venue will be accessible upon presentation of tickets claimed with student card, campus card, staff card and other identity cards at the entrance of the Students Hall from 19:00 to 19:15 on Oct 31st.

Alternatively, please follow the instructions splashed on the Wechat platform of Students‘ Art Troupe of SWJTU to book tickets in advance.

Introduction:


The Highest Good of Water in Sichuan Province is an original symphony series performed by Sichuan Symphony Orchestra with both Chinese national musical instruments and western musical instruments and one of the winners of grants of China National Arts Fund in 2016. The proposal was initiated by Mrs. Mu Linhong, the deputy head of Sichuan Symphony Orchestra,and Professor Yang Xiaozhong, the director of Composition Department of Sichuan Conservatory of Music, composed for it. It features 5 themes as follows:

1. Meditating along the Stream (performed with western wind instruments and Chinese traditional bamboo flute)

2. The Pulsation of Rivers (performed with Chinese traditional plucked stringed instruments, Ruan, including high pitched Ruan, medium Ruan and large Ruan, and western stringed instruments including violin, Viola, and Cello.)

    Note: Ruan, a traditional Chinese plucked string instrument, a lute with a fretted neck, a circular body, and four strings, is now most commonly used in Chinese opera and the Chinese orchestra.

3. Delighting in Rain on a Spring Night (a mixed chorus accompanied by Chinese zither, a 21-or 25-stringed plucked instrument)

4. Singing on the Chuanjiang River (a concerto for Pipa, a plucked string instrument with a fretted fingerboard)

5. The Circle of Life (a symphonic poem)