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BBC西班牙艺术-西班牙南区最风情  | BBC The Art of Spain  The Moorish South

 


     西班牙最风情的地方不在马德里、不在巴塞罗那,而是西班牙南部,充满阿拉伯风格的建筑和文化。摩尔人在艺术上的卓越,对空间的恐惧。还有16世纪对密集图案的喜爱。西班牙曾被阿拉伯占领长达800多年,在此之前,我甚至从没把西班牙和阿拉伯世界联系!

    身为评论家和艺术历史学家的Andrew Graham-Dixon自西班牙南部向北部进发,向大家展现了一个个关于欧洲最令人兴奋,至关重要的艺术故事。在发掘摩尔人的西班牙的同时,为了深入地了解穆斯林政治和文化的影响,从科尔多瓦到格拉纳达,看科尔多瓦古老的大清真寺,塞尔维亚的城堡以及格拉纳达的阿罕布拉宫。认识摩尔人引进很多新的食物--包括柑橘类的水果,咖啡还有香料--到西班牙的事。


  Critic and art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon travels from southern to northern Spain to tell the story of some of Europe’s most exciting and vital art. In an exploration of Moorish Spain, he looks at Muslim political and cultural influence as he travels from Cordoba to Granada, seeing classic buildings such as the Great Mosque in Cordoba, the Alcazar in Seville and the Alhambra in Granada. He also shows how the Moors introduced new foods – including citrus fruits, coffee and spices – to Spain.


   The films covers the period from the first tentative stirrings of Tchaikovsky's musical talent to the composition of his opera Eugene Onegin and the failure of his marriage to Antonina Milyukova.It looks at the women who fired his musical imagination in the early years, from Katerina Kabanova in his first orchestral work, The Storm, to his dearly loved Tatyana in Onegin.



 

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But this city was also meant to touch the soul. In the Koran, the words of Muhammad dictated in the desert, paradise is described as a garden flowing with streams. And Madinat al-Zahara was built around gardens and water. This was an attempt to create a paradise on earth, a tantalizing glimpse of the eternal garden that awaits the righteous.





These arches are the same as in the Cordoba's mosque. Even the colors are the same, red and white, the colors of the Al-Rahman Dynasty. But here power politics are blended with spirituality. And running through it all is the idea of paradise.



This is the most impressive of all of the rooms in Madinat al-Zahara. It's the nerve center of the entire complex, the throne room of Caliph Abd Al-Rahman III. And here it’s as if this idea of paradise has been set in stone. It's allowed to take over the architecture. Look at that great wall of ornamental carving, it’s as if / stone itself has been made to go against its own nature and been turned into a kind of plant life, these tendrils and shoots that grew up the wall. You really do feel you are in a kind of paradise.





Plant motifs aren’t the only decoration in this room. The walls are also covered in patterns made from geometry and Arab writing, both loaded with religious significance. In a world/ in which the depiction of real figures, real life was forbidden, the Muslim artists had to turn to pattern and elevate it to an art form. And these stunningly intricate forests of decoration are the pinnacle of early Islamic art. Nothing like them survives anywhere else in the world. They are the Islamic equivalent of the greatest Christian frescoes, but without a human figure in sight.

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[Homework]2012-11-16 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —12

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But this city was also meant to touch the soul. In the [Coram], the words dictated in the desert. Paradise is described as a garden flowing with streams. And [Madanatamzara] was built around gardens and water. This was an attempt to create a paradise on earth, a tantalising glimpse of the eternal garden that with the white arches.   
These arches are the same with in Cordoba Mosque, even the colors are the same, red and white, the colors of the [Alrama] dynasty. But here power politics are blended with spirituality. And running through it all is the idea of paradise.
This is the most impressive of all of the Romes in [Madanatamzara] . It's the nerves central of the entire complex through Rome of C** III. And here it is as if the idea of paradise has been set in stone and has been allowed to take over the architecture. Look at that great wall of ornamental carving. It is as if stone itself has been made to go against this own nature and has been turned into kind of pliant leaves, these tendrils and shoots that grow up the wall. You really do feel you are in a kind of paradise.
Plant motifs aren't the only decorations in this room.  The walls also covered in the patterns namely geometry and [erabriting], both loaded with religious significance. In a world which the depiction of real figures, real life was forbidden, the Muslim's aritists have deterred the pattern and elevated to an art form. And these stunningly intricate forest decorations are the pinnacles of early Islamic art. Letting themselves survive anywhere else in the world. There is Islamic equivalent of the greatest  Christian frescos without a human figure inside.

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[Homework]2012-11-16 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —12

But this city was also meant to touch the soul. In the Koran the words of Mohammed dictated in the desert, paradise is described as a garden flowing with streams. And Medina Azahara was built around gardens and water. This was an attempt to create a paradise on earth, a tantalizing glimpse of the eternal garden that awaits the righteous.

These arches are the same as in Cordoba's mosque, even the colour is the same, red and white, the colours of Abd-ar-Rahman Dynasty. But here how politics are blended with spirituality? And running through it all is the idea of paradise.


This is the most impressive of all of the rooms in Medina Azahara. It's the nerve centre of the entire complex, the through room of Caliph Abd-ar-Rahman III. And here it's this idea of paradise has been set in stone. It's been allowed to take over the architecture. Look at that great wall of ornamental carving. It's this stone itself has been made to go against its own nature. It's been turned into a kind of plant life, these tendrils and shoots that grow up the wall. You really do feel you are in a kind of paradise.


Plant motifs aren't the only decoration in this room. The walls are also carved in patterns made from geometry and Arab writing, both loaded with religious significance. In a world in which the depiction of real figures, real life was forbidden, the Muslim artist had to turn to pattern and elevate it to an art form. And these stunningly intricate forests of decoration are the inner core of early Islamic art. Nothing like them survives anywhere else in the world. There is the Islamic equivalent of the greatest Christian frescos, but without a human figure inside.

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[Homework]2012-11-16 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —12

But this city was also meant to touch the soul. In the Koran, the words of Muhammad dictated in the desert, paradise is described as a garden flowing with streams. And Medina Azahara was built around gardens and water. This was an attempt to create a paradise on earth, a tantalizing glimpse of the eternal garden, not awaits the righteous.

These arches are the same as in the Cordoba's mosque. Even the colour is the same, red and white, the colours of the Abd Al-Ranham Dynasty. But here power politics was blended with spirituality. And running through it all is the idea of paradise.


This is the most impressive of all of the rooms in Medina Azahara. It's the nerve center of the entire complex that through room of Caliph Abd Al-Ranham III. And here as if this idea of paradise has been set in stone. It's allowed to take over the architecture. Look at that great wall of ornamental carving. As if the stone itself has been made to go against its own nature and been turned into a kind of plant life, these tendrils and shoots that grew up the wall. You really do feel you are in a kind of paradise.


Plant motifs are the only decoration in this room. The walls are also covered in patterns made from geometry and Arab writing, both loaded with religious significance. In a world, in which the depiction of real figures, real lives was forbidden, the Muslim artists had to turn to pattern and elevate it to an art form. And these stunningly intricate forests of decoration are the inner core of early Islamic art. Nothing like them survives anywhere else in the world. They are the Islamic equivalent of the greatest Christian frescoes, but without a human figure inside.










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But this city was also meant to touch the soul. In the Koran, the words of Muhammad dictated in the desert, paradise is described as a garden flowing with streams. And Madinat al-Zahara
was built around gardens and water. This was an attempt to create a paradise on earth, a tantalizing glimpse of the eternal garden that awaits the righteous.




These arches are the same as in the Cordoba's mosque. Even the
colors are the same, red and white, the colors of the Al-Rahman Dynasty. But here power politics are blended with spirituality. And running through it all is the idea of paradise.



This is the most impressive of all of the rooms in
Madinat al-Zahara. It's the nerve center of the entire complex, the throne room of Caliph Abd Al-Rahman III. And here it’s as if this idea of paradise has been set in stone. It's allowed to take over the architecture. Look at that great wall of ornamental carving, it’s as if / stone itself has been made to go against its own nature and been turned into a kind of plant life, these tendrils and shoots that grew up the wall. You really do feel you are in a kind of paradise.



Plant motifs
aren’t the only decoration in this room. The walls are also covered in patterns made from geometry and Arab writing, both loaded with religious significance. In a world/ in which the depiction of real figures, real life was forbidden, the Muslim artists had to turn to pattern and elevate it to an art form. And these stunningly intricate forests of decoration are the pinnacle of early Islamic art. Nothing like them survives anywhere else in the world. They are the Islamic equivalent of the greatest Christian frescoes, but without a human figure in sight.
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But this city was also meant to touch the soul.In the Koran,the words of Muhammad dictated in the desert,paradises it described,as a garden flow its dreams.And Madinat al-Zahara was built around gardens and water.This was an attempt to creat a paradise on earth.A tentalising glimse of the eternal garden that awaits the righteus.
These arches are the same in Cordaba's mosque,even the colors are the same.Red and white,the colors of Al-Rahman Dynasty.But here,power politics are blended with spirituality.And running to it all,is the idea of paradise.
This is the most impressive of all of the rooms in Madinat al-Zahara.It's the nerve center of the entire complex,the throne room of Caliph Abd Al-Rahman III.And here is as if the idea of the paradise has been set in stones.It has been allowed to take it over the architecture.Look at that great wall of ornamental carving,as if the stone itself has been made to go against its own nature been turned into a kind of plant life.These tendrils and shoots that grow at the wall.You really do feel you are in a kind of paradise.
Plant motifs are not the only decoration in this room.The walls are also covered with patterns made from geomatry and Arab writing,both loaded with religious significance.In the world in which the dipiction of real figures,real life is forbidden.The Muslim artists had to turn to pattern that alleviate to an art form.And these stanningly intricate forests of decration are the pinacle of early Islamic art.Nothing like them survives anyone else in the world.They are the Islamic equivalant of the greatest Christian frescoes without a human figuring's art.

[Homework]【整理】2012-11-16 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —12

But this city was also meant to touch the soul. In the Koran, the words of Muhammad dictated in the desert, paradise is described as a garden flowing with streams. And Madinat al-Zahra was built around gardens and water. This was an attempt to create a paradise on earth, a tantalizing glimpse of the eternal garden that awaits the righteous.
These arches are as the same in Cordoba's mosque. Even the colors are the same, red and white, the colors of the Al-Rahman Dynasty. But here, power politics are blended with spirituality. And running through it all is the idea of paradise. This is the most impressive of all of the rooms in Madinat al-Zahra. It's the nerve center of the entire complex, the throne room of Caliph Abd al-Rahman III. And here, it's as if the idea of paradise has been set in stone. It's been allowed to take over the architecture. Look at that great wall of ornamental carving as if stone itself has been made to go against its own nature and been turned into a kind of plant life, these tendrils and shoots that grow up the wall. You really do feel you are in a kind of paradise.
Plant motifs aren't the only decoration in this room. The walls are also covered in patterns made from geometry and Arab writing, both loaded with religious significance. In a world in which the depiction of real figures, real life was forbidden. The Muslim artist had to turn to pattern and elevate it to an art form. And these stunningly intricate forests of decoration are the pinnacle of early Islamic art. Nothing like them survives anywhere else in the world. They are these Islamic equivalent of greatest Christian frescos, without a human figure in sight.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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but this city was also meant to touch the soul, in the Koran, the world of
Muhammad dictated in the desert, paradise is described as a garden flowing with
streams, and Madinat al-Zahara was built around gardens and water, this was
an attempt to create a paradise on earth, a tantalizing glimpse of eternal
garden that awaits the righteous.

these arches are the same as the Cordoba's mosque, even the color's the same,
red and white, the colors of the Al-Ranham dynasty, but here, power politics
was blended with spirituality, and running through it all is the idea of
paradise.

this is the most impressive of all the rooms in the Medina Azahara, it's the
nerve center of the entire complex through the room of Caliph Abd Al-Ranham III.
and here as if the idea of paradise has been set in stone, that's been allowed
take over the architecture, look at that great wall of ornamental carving, as if
this stone itself has been made to go agaist its own nature and been turned
into a kind of plant life, these tendrils and shoots that grow up the wall,
you really do feel you are in in a kind of paradise.

plant motifs are the only decoration in this room, the walls are also covered
in patterns made from geometry and arab writting, both loaded with religious
significance, in a world in which the depiction of the real figures, real life
was forbidden, the muslin artists had to turn to the pattern and elevate it to
an art form, and these stunningly intricate forests of decoration are the pinnacle
of the early islamic art, nothing like them survives anywhere else in the world,
they are the islamic equivalent of the great Christains frescoes, without
a human figure in sight.
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