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[文化博览] 【整理】2012-12-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —24

 

 

 

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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Every year the people of the town dress up and re-enact the historic battle between Christianity and Islam. The whole thing goes on for three days until the Moors are finally defeated, forced to convert and baptized. To the outsider, it does all look just a bit puzzling.



What does it mean to you here? Is it just a fiesta or is it more than that?


No, it’s more than parties, very ancient taste. It is when the ruling Moors occupied the town, and the Christian troops ……..



So it commemorates. It's a celebration of the victory of the Christians.




Is there any political problem with having a fiesta like this, you know, with the Muslim people in Spain? Nobody minds?




No, here lives Moors, we have been improving with...

You have a Muslim community here?

Yes, he has a mosque.

There is a mosque here?

Yes, here.

We have been improving, it is tradition.


We are happy, very happy

So it's more like a story from the past than anything to do with the present, the past only, only friends







Of course, it's all just a bit of fun. But it does seem a bit depressing that these re-enactments completely ignore the cultural achievements of the Moors. But I think thing has begun to change in Modern Spain, and it is a culture more accepting of Islam. After all, there are now over one million Muslims living in Spain and there are 500 mosques. The newest one is here in Granada, directly / opposite the Alhambra. On this spot, modern Spain quite literately faces its Islamic past, the distant world of Al-Andalus.





Al-Andalus is part of the life blood of Modern Spain. It's part of what makes the Spanish Spanish. But the fact is that / Arab culture has played a vital part in shaping what we often think of as western civilization, its music, its art and architecture, its philosophy. Yet Spain is almost the only place in modern Europe where you can still touch that history, where you can still almost physically grasp the fact that the culture of the Islamic world is part of all of our DNA.

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[Homework]2012-12-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —24

Every year, the people of the town dress up and reenact the historic battle between Christianity and Islam. The whole thing goes on for three days, until the Moors are finally defeated, force to convert and baptized. To the outsider, it has all look just a bit puzzling.

-What does it mean to you here? Is it just a festa, or is it more than that?
-No, it's more than festa.
-So commemorate. It's a celebration, or ...
-Yes. There are some ...
- Is there any political problem with having a festa like this, You know, with Muslim people in Spain?
- No,no.
-There is nobody mind?
-No. Here live Moors. We have no problem with them.
-You have, you have a Muslim community here.
-Yes, yes. Here has mosque.
-There is a mosque here.
-Yes, yes.  
-We have no problem. It's *. It's no problem. We are happy, all happy.
-So it's more like a story from the past.
-Yes.
-Then anything to do with the present?
-Nothing, nothing to do with the present. It's *. We're all friends.


Of course, it is all just a bit of fun. But it does seem a bit depressing that these reenactments completely ignore the cultural achievements of the Moors. But I think things have begun to change in modern Spain, and it's a culture more accepting at Islam. After all, there are now over one million Muslims living in Spain, and there are 500 mosques. The newest one is here in Granada, directly opposite the Alhambra. On this spot, modern Spain quite literally faces its Islamic past, the distant world of Al Andalus.

Al Andalus is a part of live blood of modern Spain. It's a part of what makes Spanish Spanish. But the fact is that Arab culture has played a vital part in shaping what we often think of is western civilization, its music, its art and architecture, its philosophy. It's Spain, the only place in modern Europe where you can still touch that history, where you can almost physically grasp the fact that the culture of Islamic world is part of all of our DNA.













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[Homework]2012-12-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —24

Every year the people of the town dress up and re-enact the historic battle between Christianity and Islam. The whole thing goes on for three days until the Moors are finally defeated, forced to convert and baptized. To the outsider, it does all look just a bit puzzling.

What does it mean to you here? Is it just a feast or is it more than that?
So you commemorate. It's a celebration or...
Is there any political problem with having a feast like this, you know, with the Muslim people in Spain? Nobody minds?
No, here lives Morris, we have been improving with...
You have more a Muslim community here?
Yes, he has a mosque.
There is a mosque?
Yes, here. We are happy, very happy.
So it's more like a story from the past than anything to *.
Only friends.


Of course, it's all just a bit of fun. But it does seem a bit depressing that these re-enactments completely ignore the culture, the achievements of the Moors. But I think things have begun to change in Modern Spain, and it is a culture more accepting of Islam. After all, there are now over one million Muslims living in Spain and there are 500 mosques. The newest one is here in Granada, directly the opposite the Alhambra. On this spot, modern Spain quite literately faces its Islamic past, the distant world of Al-Andalus.


Al-Andalus is part of the life blood of Modern Spain. It's part of what makes the Spanish Spanish. But the fact is that the Arab culture has played a vital part in shaping what we often think of as western civilization. It's music. It's art and architecture. It's philosophy(*). Yet Spain is almost the only place in modern Europe where you can still touch that history, where you can still almost physically grasp the fact that the culture of the Islamic world is part of all of our DNA.

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Every year,the people of the town dress up and re-act the historic battle between Christianity and Islam.The whole thing goes on for three days until the Moors are finally defeated,force to convert and backtized.To the outsider,it has all look just a bit puzzling.
What does it mean to you?Is it just a festa,or is more than that?
So,commemorate,it's a celebration,or...
Is there any political problem with having a festa like this so as the Muslim people in Spain?
There is nobody mind?
No,here lives Moors.We have no problem with them.
You have a Muslim community here.
Yes,he has a mosque.
There is a mosque here?
Yeah,yeah.We are happy,all happy.
Sounds like it's more like a story in the past.
Then anything to do with the present?
No,nothing to do with the present.We are all friends.
Of course,it is all just a bit of fun.But it does seem a bit despressing that these re-actments completely ignored the culture and achievements of the Moors.But i think things have begun to change in modern Spain,but it is a culture more accepting than Islam.After all, there are more than one million Muslims living in Spain.And there are 500 mosques.The newest one is here in Granada.Directly opposite the Alhambra.On this spot,Modern Spain might literally faces its Islamic past.The distant world of Al-Andalus.
Al-Andalus is a part of live blood of modern Spain,it is a part of what make the Spanish Spanish.But the fact is ,the Arab culture played a vital part in shaping what we often think of is a western civilization,it's music,it's art and architecture,it's philosophy.In Spain,it's almost the only place in modern Europe,you can still touch that history where you still can phisically grasp the fact that the culture of Islam world is a part of all of our DNA.
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Every year the people of the town dress up and re-enact the historic battle between Christianity and Islam. The whole thing goes on for three days until the Moors are finally defeated, forced to convert and baptized. To the outsider, it does all look just a bit puzzling.

What does it mean to you here? Is it just a
fiesta or is it more than that?

No, it’s more than parties, very ancient taste. It is when the ruling Moors occupied the town, and the Christian troops ……..

So it commemorates. It's a celebration of the victory of the Christians.


Is there any political problem with having a fiesta like this, you know, with the Muslim people in Spain? Nobody minds?


No, here lives Moors, we have been improving with...
You have a Muslim community here?
Yes, he has a mosque.
There is a mosque
here
?
Yes, here.
We have been improving, it is tradition.

We are happy, very happy
So it's more like a story from the past than anything to do with the present, the past only, only friends



Of course, it's all just a bit of fun. But it does seem a bit depressing that these re-enactments completely ignore the cultural achievements of the Moors. But I think thing has begun to change in Modern Spain, and it is a culture more accepting of Islam. After all, there are now over one million Muslims living in Spain and there are 500 mosques. The newest one is here in Granada, directly / opposite the Alhambra. On this spot, modern Spain quite literately faces its Islamic past, the distant world of Al-Andalus.


Al-Andalus is part of the life blood of Modern Spain. It's part of what makes the Spanish Spanish. But the fact is that
/ Arab culture has played a vital part in shaping what we often think of as western civilization, its music, its art and architecture, its philosophy. Yet Spain is almost the only place in modern Europe where you can still touch that history, where you can still almost physically grasp the fact that the culture of the Islamic world is part of all of our DNA.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-12-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —24

Every year the people of the town dress up and re-enact the historic battle between Christianity and Islam. The whole thing goes on for three days until the Moors are finally defeated, forced to convert, and baptised. To the outsider, it does all look just a bit puzzling.
What does it mean to you here? Is it just a fiesta, or is it more than that?
No, it's more than parties, very ancient taste. It is when the ruling Moors occupied the town, and the Christian troops...
So it commemorates. It's a celebration of the victory of Christian.
Is there any political problem with having a fiesta like this, you know, with the Muslim people in Spain? Nobody minds?
No, here lives Moors, we have been improving with...
You have a Muslim community here?
Yes, he has a mosque.
There's a mosque here?
Yeah, here. We have been improving. It's tradition. We are happy, very happy.
So it's more like a story from the past than anything to do with the present.
Nothing, nothing with the present. It's the past only, only friends.
Of course, it is all just a bit of fun. But it does seem a bit depressing that these re-enactments completely ignore the cultural achievements of the Moors. But I think thing has begun to change in modern Spain. And it is a culture more accepting of Islam. After all, there are now over one million Muslims living in Spain. And there are 500 mosques. The newest one is here Granada, directly opposite the Alhambra. On this spot, modern Spain quite literally faces its Islamic past, the distant world of Al Andalus. Al Andalus is part of the life blood of modern Spain. It's part of what makes the Spanish Spanish. But the fact is, that Arab culture has played a vital part in shaping what we often think of as the Western civilization, its music, its art and architecture, its philosophy. Yet Spain is almost the only place in modern Europe where you can still touch that history, where you can still almost physically grasp the fact that the culture of the Islamic world is part of all of our DNA.

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[Homework]【整理】2012-12-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —24

every year the people of the town dress up and re-enact historic battle between Christian
and Islam, the whole thing goes on for three days, until the Moors were finally defeated,
forced converted and baptized, to the outside, it does all look just a bit puzzlling.

what does it mean to you here? is it just a fiasta or is it more than that?

no, it is more than parties, very ancient taste, it's when the ruling Moors occupied the
town and Christian troops bisonas(xxxx) the Moors, agaist the Moors.

so it's commemorates, it's a celebration of ...

yes, there are some victory of victim

is there any political problem with having a fiesta like this, you know, with the muslim
people in Spain? is there nobody mind?

no, no.

here lives Moors, we have no problem with them

you have, you have a Muslim community here.

yes, yes, here has a mosque.

there has a mosque?

yeah,

we have no problem, it's xx, no problem, we are happy, all hppy

so it's more like a story from the past,

yes

then anything to do with the present?

nothing, nothing with the present, it's the past, all the friends,

of course, it's all just a bit of the fun, it does seem a bit depressing that these re-
enactments completely ignore the culture and achievement of the Moors, but I think things
have begun to change the modern Spain, and it's a culture more acceptting at Islam, after
all, there are now over one million Muslim living in Spain, and there are 500 mosques,
the newest one is here in Granada, directly opposite the Alhambra, on this spot, modern
Spain quite literally faces its islamic past, the distant world - Al Andalus

Alandalus is a part of life blood of modern Spain, it's part of what makes Spanish Spanish,
but the fact is, the arabic culture has played a vita part in shaping what we often think
of is western civilization, its music, its art and architecture, its philosophy, it's
Spain, the only place in the modern Europe where you can still touch that history, where
you can still almost phyically grasp the fact that the culture of Islamic world is part of
all of our DNA





                                                   
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