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WU Lin-li / 吴林励

An ingenious integration of contemporary electronic technique and ancient Eastern philosophy: A musical analysis of Xu Shuya's Taiyi II / 现代电子技术与古老东方哲学的巧妙结合——许舒亚《太一2号》音乐分析 / Xiandai dianzi jishu yu gulao dongfang zhexue de qiaomiao jiehe - Xu Shu-ya Taiyi II yinyue fenxi

Edition: Yinyue yishu: Shanghai Yinyue Xueyuan xuebao 音乐艺术-上海音乐学院学报 (Art of music: Journal of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music), 2, 2010, p.107-121

Date: 2007

Region: CHINA

Origin: CHINA

Type of media: Article

Language: Chinese



English: In his Taiyi II (1991), the French-resident composer Xu Shuya (b.1961) is inspired by the simple understanding in Daoism that the Dao (the Taiyi or Great Oneness) gives birth to yin and yang, and yin and yang nature give birth in turn to all living things. The work's combination of electronic techniques, Chinese traditional style, and modern style, in which electronically manipulated sound of the xiao on tape confronts live performance on the Western flute, is subjected to close analysis. // Chinese: [unedited non–English abstract received by RILM] 许舒亚的《太一2号》是从老庄哲学中获得灵感,简单的理解是道(即太一)生阴阳,阴阳造化而衍生万物。这首作品将电子音乐、民族风格与现代风格结合,融合了箫和长笛这两件乐器的声音特质,相互借鉴两者之间'气音、滑音和泛音'等特殊演奏法的差异性来发展音乐,并通过计算机数据计算、演变、合成,形成交响性的音响,文中对此作了较为详细的分析。