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音樂:華人音樂家、音樂教育、華語歌曲

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(7).音樂:華人音樂家、音樂教育、華語歌曲、閩南語歌曲、卡拉OK、歌友會

 

1專書

2期刊

(師大館藏)大藝術

3論文

Chinese Music. Woodridge, Illinois. The Chinese Music Society of North America.

1978-Present.

 

Chan, Margaret. The "Yellow River Piano Concerto" as a site for negotiating cultural spaces for a diasporic Chinese community in Toronto.      M.A., York University (Canada), 1996

 

Han, Kuo-Huang(韓國璜), “The Modern Chinese Orchestra”, in Asian Music vol. 11,

no. 1 (Winter 1979): 1-43.

 

Lau, Frederick, 1998, “Chinese Music in the Diaspora: The Case of Teochew Music in

Thailand”, Journal of Asian Music Research Institute, Volume 20, 109-125]

 

Lau, Frederick, 2001, “Performing Identity: Musical Expression of Thai-Chinese in

Contemporary Bangkok”, SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, Volume 16, 38-70

 

Lau, Frederick, 2004, “Serenading the ancestors: Chinese Qingming Festival in

Honolulu”, in Yearbook for Traditional Music, Volume 36, 128-143.

 

Lau, Frederick, 2005, “Entertaining Chineseness: Chinese singing Clubs in

Contemporary Bangkok”, in Visual Anthropology, Volume 18, Issue 2&3, 143 –

166.

 

Lau, Frederick, 2007, “Context, Agency, and Chineseness: the Music of Law Wing

Fai”, in Contemporary Music Review, Volume 26, Numbers 5-6, 585-603.

 

Lau, Frederick. Music in China: Expressing Music, Expressing Culture. Oxford

University Press, New York, 2008.

 

Mazur, Audrey R. (1988). "Music in New York City's Chinese Community." New York

Folklore 14:89—99.

 

Riddle, Ronald. “Music Clubs and Ensembles in San Francisco’s Chinese

Community”, in Eight Urban Musical Cultures: Tradition and Change, edited by Bruno Nettl. Chicago, University of Illinois Press, 1978.

 

—— (1983). Flying Dragons, Flowing Streams: Music in the Life of San Francisco's Chinese. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

 

Tan, Sooi Beng. “The Huayue Tuan (Chinese Orchestra) in Malaysia: Adapting to

Survive”, Asian Music, vol.31, no.2, 2000: 107-128.

 

The Chinese Music Ensemble of New York (1995). Beloved Chinese Songs. New

York, NY: Chesky Records. CD Recorded July 22-24, 1995.

 

The Chinese Music Society of North America (2004?). Chinese

     Music Festival. Illinois, Chinese Music Society of North America. Recording date       

     unknown.

 

Um, Hae-kyung (ed), 2004, “Morphing Chineseness: The Changing Images of

Amateur Chinese Music Clubs in Singapore” in Diasporas and Interculturalism

in Asian Performing Arts: Translating Traditions. London: Routledge, pp. 30-42.

 

Wong, Isabel K. F. (1985). "The Many Roles of Peking Opera in San Francisco in the

1980s." Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology 6:173-88.

 

Yang, Mu. “Chinese Music in Australia: Report on Research and Concert Activities”,

CHIME Journal, No.4 Autumn 1991: 66-71.

 

Zhang Weihua: The Musical Activities of the Chinese American Communities in the

San Francisco Bay Area: a Social and Cultural Study (diss., U. of California, Berkeley, 1994)

 

Zheng, Su de San. "Music and Migration: Chinese American Traditional Music in

New York City", the World of Music, vol.17, No.3, 1990: 48-67.

 

Zheng, Su de San. 1990. "Soft Boundaries and Situational Strategies: A Chinese

Immigrant Music Group in New York." Paper read at the SEM National Meeting,

November 1990, Oakland, California.

 

Zheng, Su. Immigrant Music, Transnational Discourse: Chinese American Music

Culture in New York City (diss., Wesleyan U., 1993)

 

Zheng, Su. Claiming Diaspora: Music, Transnationalism, and Cultural Politics in

Asian/Chinese. Oxford University Press, New York: 2009.

 

4網站

www.uschinamusic.com Chinese Music and Arts Association (Washington)

 

www.cttbusa.org The City of 10,000 Buddhas Chinese orchestra (http://www.cttbusa.org/cttb/chineseorchestra.asp)

www.chinesemusic.org 紐約中國民族樂團

www.cmsgw.org/  华盛顿中国音乐协会

http://www.chinamusic.org/  Los Angeles Classical Chinese Orchestra

www.torontochineseorchestra.com 多倫多中樂團

http://library.kcc.hawaii.edu Association for Chinese Music Research

http://www.musicfromchina.org/  Music From China (紐約)

http://www.chinesemusic.net/ Chinese Music Soceity of North America

http://www.cacbc.org/Chinese_Arts/Music.htm   Chinese American Cultural Bridge Center

www.fyco.org 火鳳青年國樂團 (Firebird Youth Chinese Orchestra) - 舊金山地區

http://www.cccmiw.org/  Chinese Christian Church Music Institute for Worship 中華基督教會崇拜音樂學院

 

 

 

 

 

周康岱負責

上課筆記:

      再冷門的領。收集資料,文獻分析。

傳統中國音樂的重要性,比較文化的角度,音樂角色不重要,教化功能為主。

奇特的態度-靡靡之音,不鼓勵。

「靡靡之音」:指音樂的不入流性。

西方:音樂代表文化的一環,是一種學問,

中西方「音樂」的地位不同。

國樂的樂器--胡人的樂器,

儒家不重視音樂的功能。

何謂「民族音樂」?模糊的界定。

音樂為文化交流的一部份,

國際的文化交流帶來「民族音樂」的省思。

模仿西方的型式--樂團、交響樂。

現代興起以娛 樂為目的的文化活動-- 流行樂。

中國對音樂的態度從靡靡之音到流行樂的興起。

海外華人對音樂的態度?

台灣流行樂--三○年代興起,有專門的公司,

最早的歌手,歌仔戲出身

 

新的文化活動產生的型態-女性解放的社會意涵…。

華人的音樂研究和移民史搭配。

早期華工的娛樂--哼唱家鄉小調。

近期省思--民族樂團興起。

流行文化的發源地--華人帶到各地,

各種娛樂型式--歌舞表演,民族樂團 …

"音樂產業全球化"

  問題:

1、流行音樂的定義?

      歷史…

      流行音樂和傳統音樂對立?

      流行音樂=現代化?

2、台灣流行音樂的開始?

      1940? 30年代?

3、音樂的媒介?唱片(廣播-較晚期)

4、「著床」的概念。

      1944  對不同文化經濟取向的行為。    

靜柔:音樂形成海外華人的聯結,在華人意識日漸 減少的現在。

康岱:學者研究夏威夷、泰國。

泰國有一個俱樂部,他們會在涼亭唱歌,

曼谷的華人歌唱俱樂部樂音樂--唱七○年代鄧麗君的歌。

   題目:在中文教育的功能。

   新一代的文化輸入--流行音樂。

   異地的母國音樂活動:

   日本留學生對「民族音樂的省思

   「梅蘭芳 」的意義。

    東方社會省思後創造出的符號。

    當代留學生:認同的主題。

     六○年代-橫的移殖、現代主義:白先勇、陳若曦… 

                      聽西洋歌曲。 

     七○年代-美國強調多元主義。

                    台灣產生認同焦慮。

                    海外華人的音樂開始和本土有了連結。

                    台灣歌手開始去美國有了演唱活動。

     新加坡華人族群音樂文化活動。

   FAKESONG:政府推廣的音樂活動,多元族群參與。

   透過音樂的型式,政府政策的宣導。

    同一首歌曲以不同種族的音樂型式,使用不同的樂器…呈現。


 

參考書目 References

 

Chinese Music. Woodridge, Illinois. The Chinese Music Society of North America.

1978-Present.

 

Chan, Margaret. The "Yellow River Piano Concerto" as a site for negotiating cultural spaces for a diasporic Chinese community in Toronto.      M.A., York University (Canada), 1996

 

Han, Kuo-Huang(韓國璜), “The Modern Chinese Orchestra”, in Asian Music vol. 11,

no. 1 (Winter 1979): 1-43.

 

Lau, Frederick, 1998, “Chinese Music in the Diaspora: The Case of Teochew Music in

Thailand”, Journal of Asian Music Research Institute, Volume 20, 109-125]

 

Lau, Frederick, 2001, “Performing Identity: Musical Expression of Thai-Chinese in

Contemporary Bangkok”, SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, Volume 16, 38-70

 

Lau, Frederick, 2004, “Serenading the ancestors: Chinese Qingming Festival in

Honolulu”, in Yearbook for Traditional Music, Volume 36, 128-143.

 

Lau, Frederick, 2005, “Entertaining Chineseness: Chinese singing Clubs in

Contemporary Bangkok”, in Visual Anthropology, Volume 18, Issue 2&3, 143 –

166.

 

Lau, Frederick, 2007, “Context, Agency, and Chineseness: the Music of Law Wing

Fai”, in Contemporary Music Review, Volume 26, Numbers 5-6, 585-603.

 

Lau, Frederick. Music in China: Expressing Music, Expressing Culture. Oxford

University Press, New York, 2008.

 

Mazur, Audrey R. (1988). "Music in New York City's Chinese Community." New York

Folklore 14:89—99.

 

Riddle, Ronald. “Music Clubs and Ensembles in San Francisco’s Chinese

Community”, in Eight Urban Musical Cultures: Tradition and Change, edited by Bruno Nettl. Chicago, University of Illinois Press, 1978.

 

—— (1983). Flying Dragons, Flowing Streams: Music in the Life of San Francisco's Chinese. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

 

Tan, Sooi Beng. “The Huayue Tuan (Chinese Orchestra) in Malaysia: Adapting to

Survive”, Asian Music, vol.31, no.2, 2000: 107-128.

 

The Chinese Music Ensemble of New York (1995). Beloved Chinese Songs. New

York, NY: Chesky Records. CD Recorded July 22-24, 1995.

 

The Chinese Music Society of North America (2004?). Chinese

     Music Festival. Illinois, Chinese Music Society of North America. Recording date       

     unknown.

 

Um, Hae-kyung (ed), 2004, “Morphing Chineseness: The Changing Images of

Amateur Chinese Music Clubs in Singapore” in Diasporas and Interculturalism

in Asian Performing Arts: Translating Traditions. London: Routledge, pp. 30-42.

 

Wong, Isabel K. F. (1985). "The Many Roles of Peking Opera in San Francisco in the

1980s." Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology 6:173-88.

 

Yang, Mu. “Chinese Music in Australia: Report on Research and Concert Activities”,

CHIME Journal, No.4 Autumn 1991: 66-71.

 

Zhang Weihua: The Musical Activities of the Chinese American Communities in the

San Francisco Bay Area: a Social and Cultural Study (diss., U. of California, Berkeley, 1994)

 

Zheng, Su de San. "Music and Migration: Chinese American Traditional Music in

New York City", the World of Music, vol.17, No.3, 1990: 48-67.

 

Zheng, Su de San. 1990. "Soft Boundaries and Situational Strategies: A Chinese

Immigrant Music Group in New York." Paper read at the SEM National Meeting,

November 1990, Oakland, California.

 

Zheng, Su. Immigrant Music, Transnational Discourse: Chinese American Music

Culture in New York City (diss., Wesleyan U., 1993)

 

Zheng, Su. Claiming Diaspora: Music, Transnationalism, and Cultural Politics in

Asian/Chinese. Oxford University Press, New York: 2009.

 

 

Comments (1)

xaviera lee said

at 9:13 am on Apr 8, 2009

華文流行歌曲在網路的推波助瀾下,實則已能成為華人世界裡共通的另類媒介。
台灣在流行華語歌壇目前還能處於一個領導流行的發源地,這其實是往往被忽略的一種跨國連結。
不論是美國或是泰國的青少年,儘管中文不好,卻能對華語歌手的名字琅琅上口,這也是大人們致力於中華文化的教育下
而不被重視的次文化,但次文化往往更能引起共鳴。
但近年來盛行的中國風或東方風歌曲,除確有創作者本身的自我認同,或許也有向崛起的中國靠攏的某種商業導向。

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