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[文化博览] 【整理】2012-11-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —11

 

 

 

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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As you drive /round the landscape of southern Spain, it's full of the sense of Moorish past. There are these little castles everywhere, surrounded by tiny little white villages. But I think it was the landscape/ that they altered most of all, because whereas for the Romans, Spain had just been the arse-end of empire, dry and barren place. To these people from the desert, this was a land full of agricultural possibility, and they brought with them a whole range of techniques for farming dry land, systems of irrigation canals. They planted out olives and vineyards. And as a result, there was a huge population explosion. Suddenly, people had more than enough to eat, and more than enough water to drink. Spain really had never had it so good. And in the countryside outside Cordoba, the greatest symbol of Islamic power and influence in Spain rose out of the ground.







These ruins
are all that’s left of the most splendid palace ever built by the Moors,
Madinat al-Zahra. It was built in the 10th century to celebrate the Might of Abd-al-Rahman III, descendant of the great exile who'd founded the Golden Age. In the year 929, Al-Rahman proclaimed himself not only Caliph of Al Andalus, but ruler of the entire Islamic empire. And to celebrate this audacious act of self-promotion, he built this vast palace complex, the size of a city. It was to become the Versailles of Spain, the epitome of Islamic palace.







Wow, it is fantastically impressive, but just think how much more impressive it must have been when this place was in its heyday. And gold and silver and magnificent textiles decorated every surface
; apparently, one room even contained a vast suspended vat, full of mercury ,and at the Caliph's command a servant would bang it, and the mercury would ripple and light would dance and sparkle on every surface. It must have been a bit like some medieval Islamic glitter ball. And guests would reel backwards in awe and terror.

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[Homework]2012-11-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —11

As you drive around the landscape of southern Spain, it's full of scene of the Moorish past. There are these little castles everywhere surrounded by * little white villages. But I think it was the landscape that they owed to most of all because whereas for the Romans, Spain had just been the * and vampire *barren place, to these people from the desert, this was a land full of agricultural possibility. And they brought with them a whole range of techniques for farming dry land, systems of irrigation canals. They planted out olives and vineyards. And as a result, there was a huge population explosion. Suddenly people have more than enough to eat and more than enough water to drink. Spain really have never had been so good.

And in the countryside outside Cordoba, the greatest symbol of Islamic power and influence in Spain rose out of the ground. These ruins are all its left of the most splendid palace ever built by the Moors, Medina Azahara. It was built in the tenth century to celebrate the Might Abd-ar-Rahman III, descendant of the great exile who'd founded the golden age. In the year 929, Abd-ar-Rahman proclaimed himself not only caliph of Al-Andalus, but ruler of the entire Islamic empire. And to celebrate this audacious act of self promotion, he built this vast palace complex, the size of a city. It was to become the vast sign of Spain, the epitome of Islamic palace.


Wow, it's fantastically impressive, but just think how much more impressive it must have been when this place was in its heyday. And god and silver and magnificent textile decorated every surface, apparently one room even contained a vastly expanded wet full of mercury, and at caliph's command the servant would bang it. And the mercury would ripple and light would dance and sparkle on every surface. It must have been a bit like some medieval Islamic glitter ball(*) and the guests would reel backwards in all and terror(*).

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[Homework]2012-11-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —11

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As you drive around the landscape of southern Spain, it's full of scenes of the Moorish past, there are this little castles every where surrounded by tiny little white villages, but i think it's the landscape that they owed to most of all, because whereas for the Romans, Spain just been the * in the empire dry barren place, so these people from the desert, this was a land full of agricultural possibility, and they brought with them a whole range of techniques for farming dry land, system of irrigation, canals, they planted out olives and vineyards, and as a result, there was a huge population explosion, suddenly people have more than enough to eat and more than enough water to drink, Spain really never had been so good.
In the country side outside Cordoba, the greatest symbol of Islamic power and influence in Spain rose out of the ground.
These ruins are all that left of the most spendid palace ever built by the Moores, MA, it was built in the 10th century to celebrate the might of A III, descendant of the great exile who had founded the golden age, in the year of 929, A proclaimed himself not only caliph of Andalus, but ruler of the entire Islamic empire, and to celebrate this audacious act of self promotion, he built this vast palace complex, the size of a city, it was to become the vast sign of Spain, the epitome of the Islamic palace.
It is fantastic and impressive, but just think how more impressive it must have been when this place was in its heyday, a golden, silver magnificent textile decorated every surface, apparently one room even contained a vast suspended vet, full of mercury, at caliph's command the servant would bang it, and the mercury would ripple and light would dance and sparkle on every surface, it must have been a bit like some midieval Islamic glitter ball, and the guests would really backward in awe and terror.

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[Homework]2012-11-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —11

As you drive around the landscape of southern Spain, it's full of a sense of Moorish past. There are these little castles everywhere, surrounded by tiny little white villages. But I think it was the landscapes that they owed to most of all, because whereas for the Romans, Spain had just been an arch-vampire of dry and barren place. To these people from desert, this was a land full of agricultural possibility, and they brought with them a whole range of techniques for farming dry land, systems of irrigation canals. They planted out olives and vineyards. And as a result, there was a huge population explosion. Suddenly, people had more than enough to eat, and more than enough water to drink. Spain really have, never had been so good.And in the countryside outside Cordoba, the greatest symbol of Islamic power and influence in Spain rose out of the ground.


These ruins were all it left by the most splendid palace ever built by the Moors, Medina Azahara. It was built in the 10th century to celebrate the Might Abd Ar-Rahman III, descendant of the great exile, who'd founded the Golden Age. In the year 929, Ar-Rahman proclaimed himself not only Caliph of Al Andalus, but ruler of the entire Islamic empire. And to celebrate this audacious act of self-promotion, he built this vast palace complex, the size of a city. It was to become the vast sign of Spain, the epitome of Islamic palace.


Wow, it is fantastically impressive, but just think how much more impressive it must have been when this place was in its heyday. And gold and silver and magnificent textiles decorated every surface. Apparently, one room even contented a vast suspended vat, full of mercury. At the Caliph's command the servant would bang it, and the mercury would ripple and light would dance and sparkle on every surface. It must have been like a bit some medieval Islamic glitter ball. And guests would real backwards in awe and terror.

























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As you drive /round the landscape of southern Spain, it's full of the sense of Moorish past. There are these little castles everywhere, surrounded by tiny little white villages. But I think it was the landscape/ that they altered most of all, because whereas for the Romans, Spain had just been the arse-end of empire, dry and barren place. To these people from the desert, this was a land full of agricultural possibility, and they brought with them a whole range of techniques for farming dry land, systems of irrigation canals. They planted out olives and vineyards. And as a result, there was a huge population explosion. Suddenly, people had more than enough to eat, and more than enough water to drink. Spain really had never had it so good. And in the countryside outside Cordoba, the greatest symbol of Islamic power and influence in Spain rose out of the ground.



These ruins
are all that’s left of the most splendid palace ever built by the Moors,
Madinat al-Zahra. It was built in the 10th century to celebrate the Might of Abd-al-Rahman III, descendant of the great exile who'd founded the Golden Age. In the year 929, Al-Rahman proclaimed himself not only Caliph of Al Andalus, but ruler of the entire Islamic empire. And to celebrate this audacious act of self-promotion, he built this vast palace complex, the size of a city. It was to become the Versailles of Spain, the epitome of Islamic palace.



Wow, it is fantastically impressive, but just think how much more impressive it must have been when this place was in its heyday. And gold and silver and magnificent textiles decorated every surface
; apparently, one room even contained a vast suspended vat, full of mercury ,and at the Caliph's command a servant would bang it, and the mercury would ripple and light would dance and sparkle on every surface. It must have been a bit like some medieval Islamic glitter ball. And guests would reel backwards in awe and terror.
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As you drive along round the landscape of southern Spain,it's full of sense of the Moorish past.There are these little castles everywhere,surrounded by tiny little villages.But i think it is the landscape that they altered most of all because whereas for the Romans,Spain has just been the arse end of empire,dry and barren place.To these people from the desert,this was a land full of agriculture possibilities.And they brought with them a whole range of techniques for farming dry land,systems of irragation canals.They planted out onions and vineyards.And as a result,there was a huge population explosion suddenly,people had been more than enough to eat and more than enough water to drink.Spain really had never had it so good.
And in the countryside outside Cordaba,the greatest symbol of Islamic power and influence in Spain rose out of the ground.
The ruins are all that left the most splendid palace ever built by the Moors,Madinat al-Zahra.It was built in the 10th century to celebrate the mite of Abd-al-Rahman III,descendent to the great exile who had founded the golden age.In the year 929,Al-Rahman proclaimed himself not only Caliph for Al Andalus,but ruler of the entire Islamic Empire.And to celebrate this audacious action of self-promotion,he built this vast palace complex,the size of a city.It was to become the vast size of Spain,the epitome of Islamic palace.
It is fantastic impressive,but just think how much more impressive it must have been when this place was in its heyday.And gold,silver magnificent textiles decorated every surface.Apparantly,one room even contain the vastest splendid vat,full of murcury and the Caliph's command a servant would ban it.And the murcury was ripple and light would dance and sparkle on every surface.It must be a bit like of medieval Islamic glitter ball.And the guests would really backwards in all and terror.

[Homework]【整理】2012-11-14 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —11

As you drive round the landscape of southern Spain, it's full of the sense of Moorish past. There are these little castles everywhere, surrounded by tiny little white villages. But I think it was the landscape that they altered most of all, because whereas for the Romans, Spain had just been the arse end of empire, dry and barren place. To these people from the desert, this was a land full of agricultural possibility, and they brought with them a whole range of techniques for farming dry land, systems of irrigation canals. They planted out olives and vineyards. And as a result, there was a huge population explosion. Suddenly, people had more than enough to eat and more than enough water to drink. Spain really had never had it so good. And in the countryside outside Cordoba, the greatest symbol of Islamic power and influence in Spain rose out of the ground.
These ruins are all that’s left of the most splendid palace ever built by the Moors, Madinat al-Zahra. It was built in the 10th century to celebrate the Might of Abd al-Rahman III, descendant of the great exile who'd founded the Golden Age. In the year 929, Al-Rahman proclaimed himself not only Caliph of Al Andalus, but ruler of the entire Islamic empire. And to celebrate this audacious act of self-promotion, he built this vast palace complex, the size of a city. It was to become the Versailles of Spain, the epitome of Islamic palace.

Wow, it is fantastically impressive, but just think how much more impressive it must have been when this place was in its heyday. And gold and silver and magnificent textiles decorated every surface, apparently, one room even contained a vast suspended vat, full of mercury, and at the Caliph's command a servant would bang it, and the mercury would ripple and light would dance and sparkle on every surface. It must have been a bit like some medieval Islamic glitter ball. And the guests would reel backwards in awe and terror.


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as you drive around the landscape of the southern Spain, it's full of the sense
of Moorish past, there are these little castles everywhere, surrounded by tiny
little white villages, but I think it was the landscape that altered the most
of all, because whereas for the Romans, Spain had just been the arse-end of
empire, dry and barren place, to these people from the desert, this was a
land full of the agricultural possiblity, and they brought with them a whole
range of techniques for farming in dry land, system with irrigation canal, they
planted out olives and vineyards, and as a result, there was a huge population
exploration, suddenly, people had more thant enough to eat, and more than
enough water to drink, Spain really had never had it so good, and in the
countryside outside Cordoba, the greatest symbol of islamic power and the
influence in Spain rose out the ground.

these ruins are all that's left the most splendid palace ever built by the Moors,
Madinat al-Zahra, it was built in the 10th century, to celebrate the might of
Abd-al-Rahman III, the descendant of the great exile who founded the golden
age, in the year 929, Al-Rahman proclaimed himself not only the Caliph of Alandalus,
but ruler of the entire islamic empire, to celebrate this audacious  act of
self promotion, he built this vast palace complex, the size of a city, it was
to become a Versailles of Spain, the epotime of the islamic palace.

Wow, in this fantastic impressive, but just think how much more impressive
it mush have been when this palace is in his heyday, and golden and silver
maginificant textiles decorated every surfaces, apparently, one room even
contained a vast suspended vat, full of mercury, at the Caliph's command,
a servant would bang it, and the mercury would ripple, and light would dance
and sparkle on every surface, it must have been a bit like something medieval
islamic glitter ball, and guests would reel backward in awe and terror
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