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[文化博览] 【整理】2012-11-28 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —17

 

 

 

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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Although he was keen on murdering Moorish kings, Pedro was a massive fan of Moorish architecture and decoration.





And when he decided to build his own Moorish palace, no expense was spared.





The best Moorish craftsmen were employed to create an architectural jewel, complete with intricate marble and wood carving, cool, shaded courtyards and tile work in almost hallucinogenic patterns.





But why would a Christian conqueror dress up his palace in the style of the Islamic foe?





Well, you’ve got to put yourself in Pedro the Cruel's shoes and think back to 14th century Europe.





I mean, what else is going on in architectural terms?





There's the Gothic, but that's for churches.





When it comes to palace architecture, there's really nothing to compare with this for colour, richness, pattern, sensuality.





The whole place feels as if it's made of icing sugar. I almost feel as if I want to eat it.





It's the ultimate Arabian Nights' fantasy architecture.





In fact, if I had my own little Aladdin genie in a bottle and I could wish for anything in the world, I might just choose this palace.









Because the Alcazar was a palace, not a mosque, \it didn't arouse the usual suspicions of Muslim worship.





And the Christian kings of Spain clearly felt free to love this place, too.





Later monarchs preserved it and made any additions with surprising sensitivity.





Sometimes, the greatest compliments are those paid to you by your enemy. And I think it's a pretty astonishing tribute to the power and grandeur of Islamic art and architecture that generation after generation of Spanish Catholic monarchs should have allowed this place to remain, to stand as a great, shimmering ghost of a culture they were determined to eradicate, but could never quite bring themselves to stop loving.

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[Homework]2012-11-28 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —17

Although he was a king on murdering Moorish kings,Patro was a massive fan of Moorish architecture and decoration.And when he decided to build his own Moorish palace, no expense was spared.The best Moorish craftsmen were employed to create an architecture jewel.
Complete with intricate marble and wood carving,Cruel shaded courtyards and * work in almost illusive genetic patterns.But why would a Christian conquerer dressed up his palace in a style of the Islamic feel.
When you are *to put yourself in Patro the cruel's shoes and think back to 14th century Europe, I mean what else was going on in architectural terms? There are the Gothics,there are the churches.When it comes to palace architecture, there is really nothing to compare with this for color,richness, pattern, sensuality.I mean the whole place feels as if it is made up of licing sugar, I almost feel as if I want to  eat it. The utmost * knights fancy the architecute.If I had my own little Latin genius of bottle, I could have wished for anything in the world. I would not just choose this palace.
Because the Alcarza was a place, not a mosque, it didn't arouse the usual suspicion of Muslim worship.And Christian kings of Spain clearly felt free to love this place too.Later monarchs preserved it, and make any addition with surprising sensitivity.
Sometimes the greatest compliments of those paid to you by your enemy.I think it is the prettiest astonishing tribute to the power,and the grandeour of Islamic architecture that generations after generations the Spanish Catholic monarchs should have allowed this remain, to stand as a great shimmering ghost of a culture that they would have determined to eradicate, they could never quite bring themselves to stop loving.





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[Homework]2012-11-28 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —17

Although he was(*) a king on murdering Moorish kings, Pedro was a a massive fan of Moorish architecture and decoration. And when he decided to build his own Moorish palace, no expense was spared. The best Moorish crafts were re-employed(*) to create an architecture jewel, complete with intricate marble and wood carving, cool, shaded courtyards, an entire work in almost * energetic patterns. But why would a Christian conqueror dress up his palace in the style of the Islamic foe?

Well, you could put yourself in Pedro the Cruel's shoes and think back to 14th century Europe, I mean what else is going on in architecture terms? That's the Gothic. But that's for churches. When it comes to palace architecture, there's really nothing to compare with this for colour richness, patterns, sensuality. I mean the whole place feels if it's made up of rice(*) in sugar. I always feel if I want to eat it, the utmost Arabian knights fantasy the architecture. In fact, if I had my own little Aladdin Genie the Bottle and I could wish for anything in the world, and I just choose this palace.


Because the Alcazar was a palace, not a mosque, it didn't arise the usual suspicions of Muslim worship. And the Christians kings of Spain clearly felt free to love this place, too. Later monarchs preserved it and made any additions with surprising sensitivity.


Sometimes the greatest compliments were those paid by your enemy. I think it's a pretty astonishing tribute to the power and grandeur of Islamic art and architecture that generation after generation, the Spanish catholic monarchs should have allowed this place to remain, to stand as a great, shimmering ghost of culture they would determine to eradicate, but could never quite bring themselves to stop loving.

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Although he was(*) a king on murdering Moorish kings, Pedro was a a massive fan of Moorish architecture and decoration. And when he decided to build his own Moorish palace, no expense was spared. The best Moorish crafts were re-employed(*) to create an architecture jewel, complete with intricate marble and wood carving, cool, shaded courtyards, an entire work in almost * energetic patterns. But why would a Christian conqueror dress up his palace in the style of the Islamic foe?

Well, you could put yourself in Pedro the Cruel's shoes and think back to 14th century Europe, I mean what else is going on in architecture terms? That's the Gothic. But that's for churches. When it comes to palace architecture, there's really nothing to compare with this for colour richness, patterns, sensuality. I mean the whole place feels if it's made up of rice(*) in sugar. I always feel if I want to eat it, the utmost Arabian knights fantasy the architecture. In fact, if I had my own little Aladdin Genie the Bottle and I could wish for anything in the world, and I just choose this palace.


Because the Alcazar was a palace, not a mosque, it didn't arise the usual suspicions of Muslim worship. And the Christians kings of Spain clearly felt free to love this place, too. Later monarchs preserved it and made any additions with surprising sensitivity.


Sometimes the greatest compliments were those paid by your enemy. I think it's a pretty astonishing tribute to the power and grandeur of Islamic art and architecture that generation after generation, the Spanish catholic monarchs should have allowed this place to remain, to stand as a great, shimmering ghost of culture they would determine to eradicate, but could never quite bring themselves to stop loving.
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[Homework]2012-11-28 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —17

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Although he was keen on murdering Moorish kings, Pedro was a massive fan of Moorish architecture and decoration. When he decided to build his own Moorish palace, no expense was spared. The best Moorish craftsmen were employed to create an architectural jewel, completed with intricate marble and wood carving. Cool shaded courtyards and tiring work almost hallucinate energetic patterns. But why would a Christian conqueror dress up his palace in the style of the Islamic fern?
Well, it's good to put yourself into Pedro the Cruel's shoes and think back to 14th century Europe. I mean, what else is going on in architecture terms. There is the Gothic. But that's for churches. When it comes to palace architecture, there is nothing to compare with this for color richness, patterns and sensuality. I mean, the whole place feels as if it's made of ice and sugar. I almost feel as if I want to eat it. The ultimate Arabian night’s fantasy architecture. In fact, if I had my own little Aladdin genie bottle and I could wish anything in the world, I might just choose this palace.
Because the Alcazar was a palace, not a mosque, it didn't arouse the usual suspicions of Muslim worship. And Christian Kings of Spain clearly felt free to love this place too. Later monarch preserved it and made any additions with surprising sensitivity. Sometimes the great compliments are those paid by your enemy. I think it's a pretty astonishing tribute to the power and grandeur of Islamic art and architecture that generation after generation, the Spanish Catholic monarchs should have allowed the place to remain, to stand as a great shimmering ghost of culture that would have determined to eradicate, but could never quite bring themselves to stop loving.


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[Homework]2012-11-28 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —17

Although he was keen on murdering Moorish kings, Pedro was a massive fan of Moorish architecture and decoration.


When he decided to build his own Moorish palace, no expense was spared.


The best Moorish craftsmen were employed to create an architectural jewel complete with intricate marble and wood carving, cool, shaded courtyards and tile work in almost hallucinogenic patterns.


But why would a Christian conqueror dress up his palace in the style of the Islamic foe?


You have to put yourself in Pedro the Cruel's shoes and think back to 14th century Europe.


What else is going on in architectural terms?


There's the Gothic, but that's for churches.


When it comes to palace architecture, there's nothing to compare with this for colour, richness, pattern, sensuality.


The whole place feels as if it's made of icing sugar. I almost feel I want to eat it.


It's the ultimate Arabian Knights fantasy architecture.


If I had my own little Aladdin genie in a bottle and I could wish for anything in the world,
I might just choose this palace.




Because the Alcazar was a palace, not a mosque, \it didn't arouse the usual suspicions of Muslim worship.


And the Christian kings of Spain clearly felt free to love this place, too.


Later monarchs preserved it and made any additions with surprising sensitivity.


Sometimes, the greatest compliments are those paid to you by your enemy. It's a pretty astonishing tribute to the power and grandeur of Islamic art and architecture that generation after generation of Spanish Catholic monarchs should have allowed this place to remain, to stand as a great, shimmering ghost of a culture they were determined to eradicate, but could never quite bring themselves to stop loving.



                                                   
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[Homework]2012-11-28 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —17

Although he was a king on murdering Moorish kings, Pedro was a massive fan of Moorish architecture and decoration. When he decided to build his own Moorish palace, no expense was spared. The best Moorish craftsmen were employed to create an architectural jewel, complete with intricate marble and wood carving, cool-shaded courtyards and an entire work in almost elusive, genetic patterns. But why would a Christian conquer dress up his palace in the style of the Islamic foe?

Well, you got to put yourself in Pedro the Cruel's shoes, and think back to 14th century Europe. I mean what else was going on in architecture terms? There's the Gothic, but that's for churches. When it comes to palace architecture, there's really nothing to compare with this for color, richness, patterns and sensuality. I mean the whole place feels if it's made of icing sugar. I almost feel as if I want to eat it. It's the ultimate Arabian Nights fantasy architecture. In fact, if I had my own little Aladdin Genie in a bottle, and I could wish for anything in the world, I might just choose this palace.


Because the Alcazar was a palace not a mosque, it didn't arise the usual suspicions of Muslim worship. And Christian kings of Spain clearly felt freely to love this place, too. Later monarchs preserved it and made any additions with surprising sensitivity.


Sometimes the greatest compliments were those paid you by your enemy. I think it's a pretty astonishing tribute to the power and grandeur of Islamic art and architecture that generation after generation of Spanish Catholic monarchs should allow this place to remain, to stand as a great, shimmering ghost of culture they were determined to eradicate, but could never quite bring themselves stop loving.















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Although he was a king of murdering Moorish kings,Patro was a massive fan of Moorish architecture decoration.And when he decided to build his own Moorish palace,no expence was spent.The best Moorish craftsmen were employed to creat an architectural jewel.Complete with intricant marble wood carving,Cruel sheded courtyard and towerwork in almost the illusive genetic patterns.But why would a Christian conquerer dressed up his palace in the style of the Islamic form?
When you put yourself in Patro The Cruel's shows and back to 14th century of Europe,i mean what else is going on in archetictural terms.There are the Gothics,there are the churches.When it comes to palace architecture,there is really nothing to compare with this for color richness patterns and sensuality.We know,the whole place feels as if it is made up of icing sugar,i almost feel that i want to eat it.The upmost rabean nights fancy the architecture.In fact,if i have my own little Latin genius of bottle,and i could wish for anything in the world.I'm not just choose for this palace.
Because the Alcazar was a palace,not a mosque,it didn't arouse the usual suspicious of Muslim warship.And the Christians came to Spain clearly felt free to this place too.Later monarchs preserved it,they made any decisions with surprising sensitivity.
Sometimes the greatest complements of those paid to you by your enemy.Well i think it is the prettiest astonishing tribute the power of the groundeour of Islamic architecture that generations after generations the Spanish Catholic monarchs should allow this to remain,the stain of the great shimmering ghost of a culture that will determine to eradicate,that could not quite bring themselves to stop loving.
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Although he was keen on murdering Moorish kings, Pedro was a massive fan of Moorish architecture and decoration.


And when he decided to build his own Moorish palace, no expense was spared.


The best Moorish craftsmen were employed to create an architectural jewel, complete with intricate marble and wood carving, cool, shaded courtyards and tile work in almost hallucinogenic patterns.


But why would a Christian conqueror dress up his palace in the style of the Islamic foe?


Well,
you’ve got to put yourself in Pedro the Cruel's shoes and think back to 14th century Europe.


I mean,
what else is going on in architectural terms?


There's the Gothic, but that's for churches.


When it comes to palace architecture, there's really nothing to compare with this for colour, richness, pattern, sensuality.


The whole place feels as if it's made of icing sugar. I almost feel as if I want to eat it.


It's the ultimate Arabian Nights' fantasy architecture.


In fact, if I had my own little Aladdin genie in a bottle and I could wish for anything in the world, I might just choose this palace.




Because the Alcazar was a palace, not a mosque, \it didn't arouse the usual suspicions of Muslim worship.


And the Christian kings of Spain clearly felt free to love this place, too.


Later monarchs preserved it and made any additions with surprising sensitivity.


Sometimes, the greatest compliments are those paid to you by your enemy. And I think it's a pretty astonishing tribute to the power and grandeur of Islamic art and architecture that generation after generation of Spanish Catholic monarchs should have allowed this place to remain, to stand as a great, shimmering ghost of a culture they were determined to eradicate, but could never quite bring themselves to stop loving.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-11-28 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —17

Although he was keen on murdering Moorish kings, Pedro was a massive fan of Moorish architecture and decoration. And when he decided to build his own Moorish palace, no expense was spared. The best Moorish craftsmen were employed to create an architectural jewel, complete with intricate marble and wood carving, cool shaded courtyards, and tile work in almost hallucinogenic patterns. But why would a Christian conqueror dress up his palace in the style of the Islamic foe?

Well, you got to put yourself in Pedro the Cruel's shoes and think back to 14th century Europe. I mean what else is going on in architectural terms? There's the gothic, but that's for churches. When it comes to palace architecture, there's really nothing to compare with this for color richness, pattern sensuality. I mean the whole place feels as if it's made of icing sugar. I almost feel as if I want to eat it. It's the ultimate Arabian Nights' fantasy architecture. In fact, if I had my own little Aladdin genie in a bottle and I could wish for anything in the world, I might just choose this palace.

Because the Alcazar was a palace, not a mosque, it didn't arouse the usual suspicions of Muslim worship. And the Christian kings of Spain clearly felt free to love this place too. Later monarchs preserved it and made any additions with surprising sensitivity.

Sometimes the greatest compliments are those paid to you by your enemy. And I think it's a pretty astonishing tribute to the power and grandeur of Islamic art and architecture that generation after generation of Spanish Catholic monarchs should've allowed this place to remain, to stand as a great shimmering ghost of a culture they were determined to eradicate, that could never quite bring themselves to stop loving.


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[Homework]【整理】2012-11-28 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —17

Although he was keen to on murdering Moorish kings, Pedro was a massive fan of
Moorish architecture and decoration, and when he decided to build his own Moorish palace,
no expense was spared

the best Moorish craftsmen were employed to create an architecture of jewel, complete with
intricate marble and wood carving, cool, shaded courtyard and tile work in almost hallucinogenic
pattern,

but why would a Christian conqueror dress up his palace in the style of the Islamic foe?

well, you've got to put yourself in Pedro the cruel's shoes,  and think back to
14th century Europe, I mean what else is going on the architecture term? there
is the Gothic, but that is for churches, when it comes to the palace architecture,
there is really nothing to compare with this for colur, richness, pattern, sensuality.
I mean the whole palce feels if it is made of icing sugar, I am almost as if I want to eat
it, it's the ultimate Arabian night fantasy architecture, in fact, if I had my own little
Aladdin genie in a bottle,and I could wish for anything in the world, I might just choose this
palace.

because Alcazar was a palace, not a mosque, it didn't arise the usual suspicions of Muslin
worship, and Christian kings of Spain clearly felt free to love this place too, later
Monarchs preserved it and made any additions with suprising sensitivity

sometimes the greatest compliments were those paid by your enemy, I think it's a pretty
astonishing tribute to the power and granduer of the Islamic art and architecture, the
generation after generation the Spanish Catholic monarchs should allow this place to remain,
, to stand as a great shimmering ghost of the culture they were determined to eradicate
but could never quite bring themself to stop loving



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