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[文化博览] 2016-07-13 BBC:巴赫:激情的一生 Bach:A Passionate Life-10

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[文化博览] 2016-07-13 BBC:巴赫:激情的一生 Bach:A Passionate Life-10

 

英国广播公司:巴赫:激情的一生 BBC: Bach:A Passionate Life

 

John Eliot Gardiner追寻音乐家巴赫的生平。巴赫最有名的肖像画把他描绘成一个头戴假发、穿着一件正装的62岁的性情乖戾的老人;然而他最伟大的作品都是在他40多岁时创造力爆发的时期创作下的。纪录片展现了一个复杂而富有激情的艺术家;一个温和而顾家的人,同时又是一个拥有着强烈的宗教精神、并在与教会和国家的挣扎的同时谱下至今闻名的作品的人。John Eliot Gardiner带给大家一个德国的“巴赫游”;并使用音乐来展现一个真实的巴赫。 


John Eliot Gardiner goes in search of Bach the man and the musician. The famous portrait of Bach portrays a grumpy 62-year-old man in a wig and formal coat, yet his greatest works were composed 20 years earlier in an almost unrivalled blaze of creativity. We reveal a complex and passionate artist; a warm and convivial family man at the same time a rebellious spirit struggling with the hierarchies of state and church who wrote timeless music that is today known world-wide. Gardiner undertakes a 'Bach Tour' of Germany, and sifts the relatively few clues we have - some newly-found. Most of all, he uses the music to reveal the real Bach.



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[Homework]2016-07-13 BBC:巴赫:激情的一生 Bach:A Passionate Life-10

-I mean if you had a genetic explanation, then the genes would have gone through out the Bach family, in fact why did it take so long to generate Bach in so many generations? And I think all these more general explanations on the base of genes, even on the basis of usual cultural s*, do not deliver the singular genius that he was. And it's a pity in a way we can't accept the singularity of people who are manifestly unique. We just can't bear the idea that genius is unexplained. But that's not say Bach was self-taught. His father's cousin John Christophe was the profound composer he referred to. His music, only recently rediscovered, is the link between Bach and the earlier German tradition. John Christophe may also have been Sebastian's first teacher at the organ and instrument he was to make his own. But John Christophe's life was a caution retail.
In a sense, the life of John Christophe Bach exemplifies the problems that musicians had at the time. They shuttled between the service of the church or of the court or occasionally of the municipality. And in Christophe's case, he had all manner of domestic problems. He were shunted also from pillar to post. Here in the town, the town wouldn't give him a proper dwelling. He had illness in his family. He was underpaid, and he was thoroughly quarreless and miserable about it and then died in p*.

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I mean if you had a genetic explanation, then the genes would have gone through, throughout the Bach family in fact, why did they take so long to generate Bach in so many generations? And I think all these more general explanations on the basis of genes, even on the basis of xx culture surrounding him do not deliver the singular genius that he was. And it’s a pity in a way we can’t accept the singularity of people who are manifestly unique. We just can’t bear the idea the genius is unexplained.

But that’s not to say Bach was self-taught. His father’s cousin, Johann Christoph was the profound composer he referred to. His music, only recently we discovered is the link between Bach and the earlier German tradition. Johann Christoph may also have been Sebastian’s first teacher of the organ, and instrument he was to make his own. But Johann Christoph’s life was a cautionary tale.

In a sense, the life of Johann Christoph Bach exemplifies the problems that musicians had a time. They shuttle between the service of the church, or of the court, or occasionally of the municipality. And in Christoph’s case, he had all manner of domestic problems. He was shunted also from pillar to post; here in the town, the town wouldn’t give him a proper dwelling; he had illness in his family; he was underpaid; and he was thoroughly xx and miserable about it and died in penury.
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