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[文化博览] 【整理】2012-12-12 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —23

 

 

 

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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And on the 2nd of January 1492, after ten years of fighting, the last Nasrid king, Muhammed XII, surrendered the province of Granada and the Alhambra.





Legend has it that as the defeated Muhammed gazed back at the city he'd

surrendered, he burst into tears.






His mother, unimpressed, snapped at him,





You do well to weep like a woman over what you failed to defend like a man.





The Moor famously sighed his last sigh, and turned his back on Granada forever.





The Christian Reconquest was complete.





The victors were merciless towards the vanquished. Ferdinand and Isabella made it law that pork should be eaten throughout the region.





Then, in 1492, they expelled all Jews from Spain and revoked the rights of Muslims.





In 1526, Arabic was banned.





And then, in 1610, all Moors were expelled from Spain, whether they had converted to Catholicism or not.





As so often, the victors in this epic struggle re-wrote history to suit their own militant ideology.





For centuries afterwards, the whole rich history of Arab Spain was destined to be remembered as no more than the nation's long journey through a dark tunnel, at the end of which shone the light of the Christian Reconquista.





And the Arabs themselves were remembered as no more than pantomime/ villains in a

great story of Christian triumph.






Today, in festivals all over Spain, the Moors are still portrayed as pantomime villains.





'I've come to the small town of Quentar, just outside Granada, to watch the local Moors and Christians festival.

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[Homework]2012-12-12 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —23

And on the 2nd of January, 1492, after a ten years' fighting, the last Nasrid king, Muhammad the XII, surrendered the province of Granada and the Alhambra.

Legend has it(*)that as the defeated Muhammad gazed back to the city he surrendered, he burst into tears. His mother, unimpressed, slapped at him, you do well to weep like a woman over what you fail to defend like a man. The Moor famously(*) sighed his last sigh and turned his back on Granada forever. The Christian re-conquest was complete.


The victors were merciless towards the vanquished. Ferdinand and Isabella made it a law that the pork should be eaten throughout the region. Then in 1492 they expelled all Jews from Spain, and revoked the rights of Muslims. In 1526, Arabic was banned. And then in 1610, all Moors were expelled from Spain, whether they had converted to Catholicism or not.


As often the victors in this epic struggle re-wrote history to suit their own militant ideology. For centuries afterwards the whole rich history of Arab Spain was destined to be remembered as no more than a nation's long journey through a dark tunnel, at the end of which shone the light of the Christian re-conquest. And the Arabs themselves were remembered as no more than pantomime villains in a great story of Christian triumph.


Today in festivals all over Spain, the Moors are still portrayed as pantomime villains. I have come to the small town of Kenta just outside of Granada to watch the local Moors and Christians festival.

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[Homework]2012-12-12 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —23

And on the 2nd of January, 1492, after ten years of fighting, the last Nasrid king, Muhammad the XII, surrendered the province of Granada and the Alhambra.

Legend has it that as the defeated Muhammad gazed back at the city he surrendered, he burst into tears. His mother, unimpressed, slapped at him,you do well to weep like a woman over what you failed to defend like a man. The Moor famously sighed his lash sigh and turned his back on Granada forever. The Christian reconquest was complete.


The victors were merciless towards the vanquished. Ferdinand and Isabelle made it a law that pork should be eaten throughout the region. Then, in 1492 they expelled all Jews from Spain and revoked the rights of Muslims. In 1526, Arabic was banned. And then in 1610, all Moors were expelled from Spain, whether they had converted to Catholicism or not.


As so often the victors in this epic struggle re-wrote history to suit their militant ideology. For centuries afterwards, the whole rich history of Arab Spain was destined to be remembered no more than the nation's long journey through a dark tunnel, at the end of which shone the light of Christian reconquest. And the Arabs themselves were remembered as not more than pantomime villains in a great story of Christian triumph.  


Today in festivals all over Spain, the Moors are still portrayed as pantomime villains. I've come to a small town of Kenta, just outside Granada, to watch the local Moors and Christians festival.







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And on the second of January 1492,after 10 years' fighting, for last Nasirid  king,Muhammad 12,surrendered the province of Granada and the Alhambra

Lengend has it that as the defeated Muhammad gazed back at a city he surrenderred, he burst into tears. His mother, unimpressed slapped at him, "You do well to weep like a woman over  what you failed to defend like a man" The Moor famously sighed his last sign and turned his back on Grannada forever. The Christan reconquest was complete.

The victors were merciless towards the vanquished.Ferdinand Isabella made a law that pork should be eaten throughout the region.Then in 1492, they expelled all Jews from Spain and revoked the rights of Muslims.In 1526,Arabic was banned. And then in 1610,all moors were reexpelled from Spain whether they had converted to Catholicism or not.

As so often the victors in this epic struggle  rewrote  history to suit their own millitant ideology. For centuries afterwards, the whole rich history of  Arabic spain was destined to be remembered there is no more for Moor nation's long journey through the dark tunnel, at the end of which shone the light of the Christan reconquest. And the Arabs themselves  remembered there was no more than pantomime  villains  in a great story of Christan triumph.

Today in the festivals all over spain, the Moor's still portrayed as pantomime villains. I've come to this small town in Kentta, just outside of Grannada,to wash the local Moors and Christans festival.
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[Homework]2012-12-12 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —23

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And on the second of January 1492 after 10 years of fighting, the last Nazri king Muhammad the XII surrendered the province of Granada and the Alhambra.
Legend has it that as the defeated Muhammad gazed back at the city he surrendered, he burst into tears, his mother umimpressed snapped at him You do well to weep like a woman over what you fail to defend like a man. The Moores famously sighed his last sigh and turn his back on Granada for ever, the Christian reconquest was complete.
The victors were merciless towards the vanquished, Ferdinand and Isbella made it law that pork should be eaten throughout the region, then in 1492 they expelled all Jews from Spain and revoked the rights of Muslims, in 1526 Arabic was banned, and then in 1610 all Moores were expelled from Spain whether they had converted to Catholicism or not.
As so often the victors in this epic struggle rewrote history to suit their own militant ideology, for centuries afterwards, the whole rich history of Arab Spain was destined to be remembered as no more than a nation's long journey through a dark tunnel, at the end of which shone the light of the Christian reconquest, and the Arabs themselves were remembered as no more than pantomime villains in a great story of Christian triumph.
Today in festivals all over Spain, the Moores are still portrayed as pantomime villains. I have come to the small town of Kenta just outside Granada to watch the local Moores and Christians festival.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2012-12-12 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —23

And on the 2nd January 1492, after ten years of fighting, the last Nasrid king, Muhammed XII, surrendered the province of Granada and the Alhambra.


Legend has it that as the defeated Muhammed gazed back at the city he'd
surrendered, he burst into tears.


His mother, unimpressed, snapped at him,


You do well to weep like a woman over what you failed to defend like a man.


The Moor famously sighed his last sigh, and turned his back on Granada forever.


The Christian Reconquest was complete.


The victors were merciless towards the vanquished. Ferdinand and Isabella made it law that pork should be eaten throughout the region.


Then, in 1492, they expelled all Jews from Spain and revoked the rights of Muslims.


In 1526, Arabic was banned.


And then, in 1610, all Moors were expelled from Spain, whether they had converted to Catholicism or not.


As so often, the victors in this epic struggle re-wrote history to suit their own militant ideology.


For centuries afterwards, the whole rich history of Arab Spain wasdestined to be remembered as no more than the nation's longjourney through a dark tunnel, at the end of which shone the light of the Christian Reconquista.


And the Arabs themselves were remembered as no more than pantomimes villain in a
great story of Christian triumph.


Today, in festivals all over Spain, the Moors are still portrayed as pantomime villains.


'I've come to the small town of Quentar, just outside Granada,' to watch the local Moors and Christians festival.





This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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And on the second of January 1492,after 10 years of fighting,the last Nasrid king,Muhammad the XII,surrounded the province of Granada and the Alhambra.
Legend has it that as the defeated Muhammad gazed back to the city he surrounded,he burst into tears.His mother,unimpressed,slapped at him.You do well to weep like a woman to watch your fail to defend like a man.The Moors famously sighed at his last sigh,and turned is back on Granada forever.The Christian reconquest was complete.
The victors were mercilessed towards the vanquished.Ferdinand and Isabella made it a law that pork should be eaten throughout the region.Then,in 1492,they expelled all Jew from Spain,and revoked the rights of the Muslims.In 1526,Arab was banned.And then,in 1610,all Moors were expelled from Spain.Whether they were converted to Catholism or not.
As often the victors of this epic struggle rewrote their history to suit their own militant ideolegy.The centuries after its,the whole rich history of Arabic Spain was desmined to remember no more from the nation's long journey through a dark tunnel.Of the end which shone the light of the Christian reconquestor,and the Arabs themselves were remembered no more than pantomime villains in a great story of Christian trumph.
Today in festivals all over Spain,the Moors are still portrayed as pantomime villains.I've come to the small town of Kenta just outside Granada to watch the local Moors and Christians festival.
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And on the 2nd of January, 1492, after ten years of fighting, the last Nasrid king, Muhammad the XII, surrendered the province of Granada and the Alhambra.
Legend has it that as the defeated Muhammad gazed back at the city he surrendered, he burst into tears. His mother, unimpressed, slapped at him,you do well to weep like a woman over what you failed to defend like a man. The Moor famously sighed his lash sigh and turned his back on Granada forever. The Christian reconquest was complete.
The victors were merciless towards the vanquished. Ferdinand and Isabelle made it a law that pork should be eaten throughout the region. Then, in 1492 they expelled all Jews from Spain and revoked the rights of Muslims. In 1526, Arabic was banned. And then in 1610, all Moors were expelled from Spain, whether they had converted to Catholicism or not.
As so often the victors in this epic struggle re-wrote history to suit their militant ideology. For centuries afterwards, the whole rich history of Arab Spain was destined to be remembered no more than the nation's long journey through a dark tunnel, at the end of which shone the light of Christian reconquest. And the Arabs themselves were remembered as not more than pantomime villains in a great story of Christian triumph.  
Today in festivals all over Spain, the Moors are still portrayed as pantomime villains. I've come to a small town of Kenta, just outside Granada, to watch the local Moors and Christians festival.
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And on the 2nd of January 1492, after ten years of fighting, the last Nasrid king, Muhammed XII, surrendered the province of Granada and the Alhambra.


Legend has it that as the defeated Muhammed gazed back at the city he'd
surrendered, he burst into tears.



His mother, unimpressed, snapped at him,


You do well to weep like a woman over what you failed to defend like a man.


The Moor famously sighed his last sigh, and turned his back on Granada forever.


The Christian Reconquest was complete.


The victors were merciless towards the vanquished. Ferdinand and Isabella made it law that pork should be eaten throughout the region.


Then, in 1492, they expelled all Jews from Spain and revoked the rights of Muslims.


In 1526, Arabic was banned.


And then, in 1610, all Moors were expelled from Spain, whether they had converted to Catholicism or not.


As so often, the victors in this epic struggle re-wrote history to suit their own militant ideology.


For centuries afterwards, the whole rich history of Arab Spain was destined to be remembered as no more than the nation's long journey through a dark tunnel, at the end of which shone the light of the Christian Reconquista.


And the Arabs themselves were remembered as no more than pantomime/ villains in a
great story of Christian triumph.



Today, in festivals all over Spain, the Moors are still portrayed as pantomime villains.


'I've come to the small town of Quentar, just outside Granada, to watch the local Moors
and Christians festival.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-12-12 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —23

And on the second of January, 1492, after ten years of fighting, the last Nasrid King Muhammed XII, surrendered the province of Granada and the Alhambra. Legend has it that as the defeated Muhammed gazed back at the city he'd surrendered, he burst into tears. His mother, unimpressed, snapped at him, you do well to weep like a woman over what you failed to defend like a man. The Moor famously sighed his last sigh and turned his back on Granada forever. The Christian Reconquest was complete.
The victors were merciless towards the vanquished. Ferdinand and Isabella made it a law that pork should be eaten throughout the region. Then in 1492, they expelled all Jews from Spain and revoked the rights of Muslims. In 1526, Arabic was banned. And then in 1610, all Moors were expelled from Spain, whether they had converted to Catholicism or not.
As so often the victors in this epic struggle rewrote history to suit their own militant ideology. For centuries afterwards, the whole rich history of Arab Spain was destined to be remembered as no more than the nation's long journey through a dark tunnel, at the end of which shone the light of the Christian Reconquista. And the Arabs themselves were remembered as no more than pantomime villains in the great story of Christian triumph.
Today in festivals all over Spain, the Moors are still portrayed as pantomime villains. I've come to the small town of Quentar just outside Granada to watch the local Moors and Christians festival.


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

[Homework]【整理】2012-12-12 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —23

and on the secondary of janary, 1492, after 10 years fighting, the last Nasrid king, Muhammed
XII, surrended the province Granada and the Alhambra.

Legend has it that as the defeated Muhammed gazed back the city he surrended, he bursted
into tears, his mother, umimpress, snapped at him, you do well to weep like a woman over
what you failed to defend like a man. the Moor famously sigh his last sigh, and turned his
back on Granada for ever, the Christian re-conquest was complete

the victors were  merciless towards the vanquished, Ferdinand and Isabella make the law
that the pork should be eaten throughout the region. then in 1492, they expelled all jews
from Spain and reverted the right of Muslim. in 1526, Arabic was banned, and then in 1610,
all Moors were expelled from Spain, whether they were converted to Catholicism or not.

as so often, the victors in this epic struggle re-wrote history to suit their own millitant
ideology, for centuries afterwards, the whole rich history arab spain was destined to be
remembered as no more than the nation's long journey through a dark tunnel, at the end of
which shone the light of the Christian re-conquest. and the arab themeleves were remembed
as no more than pantomimes villain in the great story of the Christian triumph

today in the festival all over the Spain, the Moors are still portraited as a pantomies
villains, 'i have come to the small town of Quentar, jut outside the Granada, to watch
the local Moors and Christians festival'                                                   
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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