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[文化博览] 2016-07-27 BBC:巴赫:激情的一生 Bach:A Passionate Life-14

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[文化博览] 2016-07-27 BBC:巴赫:激情的一生 Bach:A Passionate Life-14

 

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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]2016-07-27 BBC:巴赫:激情的一生 Bach:A Passionate Life-14

This is a letter that has been M* wrote to Bach's first biographer, Johann Nicolas F*, telling him all the bits and pieces that he could remember about his father. And the particular interesting thing here is when he refers his former teacher, G**, he crosses him out. Why having written that B* was his father's teacher? Did M* think better of it and erasers the reference? In 2005, a suggestive new clue came to light. Some leaves from organ tab* for many years wrongly catalogued in the German liberary were rediscovered by Leipig Bach archivist, Michael Maul.
-When I read the letter and phrase at the end of manuscript, copied after a manuscript of G* in the year of 1700 in Luneburg. And I know one person, who was in 1700 in Luneburg and was very interested in organ, very good organ music, and that's the young JS Bach. After comparing the manuscript with the **, we can be absolutely sure that no one else than Bach is to write off these manuscript.
-I mean this is the missing piece in the puzzle, isn't it? Because it says that he wrote these on paper belonging to G*. So he went or maybe became a student or a p* to G*.
-Yes.
-And under his supervision, wrote out this difficult piece, which proves that he played this music. So he was already ...



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This is a letter that xx wrote to Bach’s first biographer Johann Nikolaus Forkel, telling him all bits and pieces that he could remember about his father. And the particularly interesting thing here is when he refers to his former teacher  Georg Bohm, he crosses it out.

Why having written that Bohm was his father’s teacher, did xx think better of it and erase the reference? In 2005, a suggestive new clue came to light. Some leaves of organ tablature for many years wrongly catalogued in the German library were rediscovered by Leipzig’s Bach archivist , Michael Maul.

When I read the letter in phrase at the end of the manuscript, and copied after a manuscript of Georg Bohm in the year of 1700 in Luneburg. And I know one person who was in 1700 in Luneburg, and was very interested in organ, very good organ music. And that’s young the J. S. Bach. After comparing the manuscript with the other examples we can be absolutely sure that no one else than Bach is the writer of these manuscripts.

I mean this is the missing piece in the puzzle, isn’t it? It says that he wrote this on paper belonging to Georg Bohm. So he went, and maybe became a student or an apprentice to Georg Bohm. (Yes.) And under his supervision wrote out this very difficult piece which proves that he played this music. So he’s already a xx.
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