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[文化博览] 【整理】2012-12-10 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —22

 

 

 

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 it's not just the decoration of the Alhambra that invokes God, the very design of the architecture is permeated by the spirit of Islam.





It's a fundamental tenet of Islam that there is no God but God, there is no reality other than his higher reality, everything we experience in this life is impermanent, insubstantial.





But how do you introduce the idea of impermanence into architecture the most stable of forms?









Well, here at the Alhambra, they had done it by introducing water everywhere.





Seen in reflection, even the most solid of things seems ephemeral, shifting.





In fact, the whole design of the Alhambra is aimed at making the palace appear to be not quite of this world.





The columns are so slender that the arches they support seem to float in the air.





And the intricate wood and stone carving makes solid materials seem to dissolve into fragile lace.





I think there's a wonderful paradox about the architecture of the Alhambra, which is that you get all





this effort to create a sense of effortlessness, this tremendous intricacy of structure to create the feeling of a structure that's on the point of its own disappearance.





Look at that wonderful, honeycomb vaulting in the ceiling of this space.





Standing in here, it's almost as if you're standing at the bottom of a glass of fizzy water, looking up and watching the bubbles sparkle off towards infinity.





'I think there's something very moving about the fact that the Moors created a building that seems to be on the brink of disappearing, just as their own civilization was about to vanish from Spain.'









The Alhambra today really is the ghost of the ghost of what it was once was.





But visiting it is still an extremely powerful and poignant experience.





This was the last hurrah of Islamic civilization in Spain, the very last expression of that beautiful ideal of paradise. In 1469, Christian Spain was finally united, when the Catholic monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, married.





Hungry to rule over a completely Christian nation, they launched a final assault against the Moorish south.



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[Homework]2012-12-10 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —22

But it's not just the decoration of the Alhambra that evokes god. The very design of the architecture is permeated by the spirit of Islam.


It's a fundamental tentative in Islam that there is no god but god(*). There is no reality other than his high reality. Everything we experience in this life is impermanent, insubstantial. But how do you introduce the idea of impermanence into architecture, the most stable of all forms? Well, here in the Alhambra they have done it by introducing water everywhere.


Seen in a reflection, even the most solid of things seems ethereal(*), shifting. In fact, the whole design of the Alhambra aimed at making the palace appear to be not quite to be of this world. The columns are so slender that the arches they support seem to flow into the air. And the intricate wood and stone carving makes solid materials seem to dissolve into fragile lace.


I think the wonderful paradox about the architecture, the Alhambra, which is in all its effort to create a sense of effortless nurse(*), is a tremendous intricacy structure to create a feeling that the structure is on its point of its own disappearance. Look at that wonderful honey comb vaulting in the ceiling of this space. Standing here, it's almost as if you are standing at the bottom of a glass of fizzy water, looking out and watching the bubbles spark off towards infinity.


I think there is something very moving about the fact that the Moors created a building that seems to be on the brink of disappearing, just as their own civilization was about to vanish from Spain.


The Alhambra today really is the ghost of the ghost of what it once was. But visiting it is still an extremely powerful and poignant experience. This was the last hurrah of Islamic civilization in Spain, the very last expression about beautiful ideal of paradise.


In 1469, Christian Spain was finally united when the Catholic monarchs * under Isabella Mary. Hungry to rule over a complete Christian nation, they launched a final assault against the Moorish south.  
                                                   
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[Homework]2012-12-10 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —22

But it's not just the decoration of the Alhambra that invokes God. The very design of architectures is permeated by this spiritual Islam.

It's fundamental tentative in Islam that there is no god but god. There is not reality rather than his higher reality. Everything we experience in this life is impermanent, insubstantial. But how do you introduce the idea of impermanence into architecture, the most stable of all forms?  Well, here in Alhambra they've done it by introducing water everywhere.  


Seeing the reflection, even the most solid of things seems e*, shifting. In fact, the whole design of the Alhambra is aimed at making the palace appear to be not quite this world. The columns are so slender that the arches they support seem to flow in the air. And intricate wooden and stone carving makes solid materials seem to dissolve into fragile lace.


I think it's a wonderful paradox about the architecture in the Alhambra, which is in all its effort to create a sense of effortlessness,this tremendous intricacy of structure, to create the ceiling of the structure that's on the point of its own disappearance. Look at that wonderful honey-combed vaulting in the ceiling of this space. Standing in here, it's almost as if you are standing at the bottom of a glass of fizzy water, looking up and watching the bubbles sparkle off toward infinity.   


I think there is something very moving about the fact that the Moors created a building that seems to be on the blink of disappearing, just as their own civilization was about to vanish from Spain.


The Alhambra today really is the ghost of the ghost of what it was once, but visiting it is still an extremely powerful and poignant experience. This was the last hurrah of Islamic civilization in Spain, the very last expression about beautiful idea of paradise.


In 1469, Christian Spain was finally united, when the Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella married. Hungry to rule a completely Christian nation, they launched a final assault against the Moorish South.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2012-12-10 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —22

But it's not just the decoration of the Alhambra that invokes God,


The very design of the architecture is permeated by the spirit of Islam.


It's a fundamental tenet of Islam that there is no God but God, there is no reality other than his higher reality, everything
we experience in this life is impermanent, insubstantial.


But how do you introduce the idea of impermanence into architecture the most stable of forms?




Well, here at the Alhambra, they've done it by introducing water everywhere.


Seen in reflection, even the most solid of things seems ephemeral, shifting.


In fact, the whole design of the Alhambra is aimed at making the palace appear to be not
quite of this world.


The columns are so slender that the arches they support seem to float in the air.


And the intricate wood and stone carving makes solid materials seem to dissolve into fragile lace.


I think there's a wonderful paradox about the architecture of the Alhambra, which is that you get all


this effort to create a sense ofeffortlessness, this tremendous intricacy of structure to create
the feeling of a structure that's on the point of its own disappearance.


Look at that wonderful, honeycomb vaulting in the ceiling of this space.


Standing in here, it's almost as if you're standing at the bottom of a glass of fizzy water, looking up and watching the bubbles
sparkle off towards infinity.


'I think there's something very moving about the fact that the Moors created a building that seems
'to be on the brink of disappearing, just as their own civilisation was about to vanish from Spain.'




The Alhambra today really is the ghost of the ghost of what it was once was.


But visiting it is still an extremely powerful and poignant experience.


This was the last hurrah of Islamic civilisation in Spain.


The very last expression of that beautiful ideal of paradise. In 1469, Christian Spain was finally
united, when the Catholic monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, married.


Hungry to rule over a completely Christian nation, they launched a final assault against the Moorish south.



                                                   
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But it's not just the decoration of Alhambra that evokes god.The very design of architectures permitte by the spirit of Islam.
It's a fundemental tentative in Islam that there is no god but god.There is no reality other than his high reality.Everything we experient in this life is inpermanent in substantial,but how do you introduce the idea of inpermanence into architecturem,the most stable of forms?
Well here is Alhambra,they have done it by introducing water everywhere.
Seeing the reflection,even the most solid of things seem ethereal shifting.In fact the whole design of Alhambra,aimd at making the palace appear to be not quiet of this world.The columns are so slender that the arches they support seem to float in the air.And the intricant wood stone carving makes solid materials seem to dissolve into fragile lace.
I think the wonderful paradox that the architecture,the Alhamabra which is in all its effort to creat a sense of effortless nurse is a tramendous intricacy of structure to creat the feeling that the structure is on its point to be own disappearance.Look at that wonderful honey comb vaulting in the ceiling of this space.
Standing here,its almost as if you are standing at the bottom of a glass of fizzy water.Looking out and watching the babbles spark off towards infinity.
I think there is something very moving about the fact that the Moors created a building that seems to be on a brink of disappearing,just their own civilization was about to valish throughout Spain.
The Alhambra today really is the ghost of the ghost of what it once was.But visiting it is still extremely powerful and poigant exprience.This was the last harrah of Islamic civilization and Spain.The very last expression about beautiful ideo of paradise.
In 1469,Christian Spain was finally united when the Catholic monarchs ferder under Isabella Mary.Hungry to rule over a completely Christian nation,they lauched a final assult against the Moorish South.
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But it's not just the decoration of the Alhambra that invokes God, the very design of the architecture is permeated by the spirit of Islam.


It's a fundamental tenet of Islam that there is no God but God, there is no reality other than his higher reality, everything we experience in this life is impermanent, insubstantial.


But how do you introduce the idea of impermanence into architecture the most stable of forms?




Well, here at the Alhambra, they had done it by introducing water everywhere.


Seen in reflection, even the most solid of things seems ephemeral, shifting.


In fact, the whole design of the Alhambra is aimed at making the palace appear to be not quite of this world.


The columns are so slender that the arches they support seem to float in the air.


And the intricate wood and stone carving makes solid materials seem to dissolve into fragile lace.


I think there's a wonderful paradox about the architecture of the Alhambra, which is that you get all


this effort to create a sense of effortlessness, this tremendous intricacy of structure to create the feeling of a structure that's on the point of its own disappearance.


Look at that wonderful, honeycomb vaulting in the ceiling of this space.


Standing in here, it's almost as if you're standing at the bottom of a glass of fizzy water, looking up and watching the bubbles sparkle off towards infinity.


'I think there's something very moving about the fact that the Moors created a building that seems to be on the brink of disappearing, just as their own civilization was about to vanish from Spain.'




The Alhambra today really is the ghost of the ghost of what it was once was.


But visiting it is still an extremely powerful and poignant experience.


This was the last hurrah of Islamic civilization in Spain, the very last expression of that beautiful ideal of paradise. In 1469, Christian Spain was finally united, when the Catholic monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, married.


Hungry to rule over a completely Christian nation, they launched a final assault against the Moorish south.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-12-10 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —22

But it's not just the decoration of the Alhambra that invokes God, the very design of the architecture is permeated by the spirit of Islam. It's a fundamental tenet of Islam that there is no God but God, there is no reality other than his higher reality, everything we experience in this life is impermanent, insubstantial. But how do you introduce the idea of impermanence into architecture the most stable of forms? Well, here at the Alhambra, they've done it by introducing water everywhere.
Seen in reflection, even the most solid of things seems ephemeral, shifting.
In fact, the whole design of the Alhambra is aimed at making the palace appear to be not quite of this world. The columns are so slender that the arches that they support seem to float in the air. And the intricate wood and stone carving makes solid materials seem to dissolve into fragile lace.
I think there's a wonderful paradox about the architecture of the Alhambra which is that you get all this effort to create a sense of effortlessness, this tremendous intricacy of structure, to create the feeling of a structure that's on the point of its own disappearance. Look at that wonderful honeycomb vaulting in the ceiling of this space.
Standing in here, it's almost as if you're standing at the bottom of a glass of fizzy water, looking up and watching the bubbles sparkle off towards infinity.
I think there's something very moving about the fact that the Moors created a building that seems to be on the brink of disappearing, just as their own civilization was about to vanish from Spain. The Alhambra today really is the ghost of the ghost of what it once was that visiting it is still an extremely powerful and poignant experience. This was the last hurrah of Islamic civilization in Spain, the very last expression of that beautiful ideal of paradise.
In 1469, Christian Spain was finally united when the Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella married. Hungry to rule over a completely Christian nation, they launched a final assault against the Moorish south.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]【整理】2012-12-10 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —22

but it's not just the decoration of the Alhambra that invokes God, the very design of the
architecture is permiated by the spirit of Islam

it's a fundmental tenet of Islam that there is no God but God, there is no reality other
than his higher reality, everything we experience in this life is impermanent,insubstantial,
but how do you introduce the idea of impermanents into architecture the most stable of form,
well, here in the Alhambra, they have done it, by introducing water everywhere.

seeing the reflection, even the most solid thing seems empheral, shifting,

in fact, the whole design of Alhambra is aimed at making the palace appear to be not quiet
of this world, the columns are so slender that the arches they support seem floating in the
air. and the intricate wood and stone carving make solid material seem to dissolve into
fragile lace.

I think it's a wonderful paradox about the architecture of the Alhambra, which is in all of
this effort to create a sense of effortlessness, this tremendous intricacy of structure,
to create the ceiling of the structure, that is on the point of its own disappearance,
look at that wonderful honey-comb vaulting in the ceiling of thi space,

standing in here, it's almost as if you stand the bottom of a glass of fizzy water, looking
up and watching the bubbles, sparkle off towards infinite.

I think there are something very moving about the fact that the Moors created the building
that seems to be on the brink of disappearing, just as their own civilization was about
to vanish from Spain.

the Alhambra today really is the ghost of the ghost of what it was once, but visiting it
is still an extremely powerful and poignant experience, this was the last hurrah of Islamic
civilization in Spain, the very last expression about the beautiful idea of the paradise.

in 1469, Christian Spain was finally united, when the catholic monarchs Ferdinand and
Isabella married, hungry to rule over a completely Christian nation, they launched a final
assault against Moorish south


                                                   
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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