苏思棣古琴讲座 Music Lecture by Sou Si-tai

无可替代的古琴音乐 苏思棣古琴讲座

 

时间:2017.4.29 周六14:30

场地:B10现场 http://www.b10live.cn 

地址:深圳市南山区华侨城创意文化园北区C2栋北侧 

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场地支持:华侨城创意文化园 

座位有限,先到先得,讲座当日14:00入场。 

 

讲座免费,通过线上报名参加,名额有限,报满即止。

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※截止时间:4月29日 00:00 

古琴是非常独特的中国乐器,具有宽阔的音域、多变的音色和悠长的余韵。它以构造精妙的全乐器作共鸣箱能发浑厚的散音,圆润细腻的按音和空灵清越的泛音。以全共鸣箱作指板,也使左手有最大的自由度,因应音乐的要求,用不同的方法去按弦取音,也可以用不同的方法去细致装饰音后的余韵,再加上右手不同的弹奏方法和角度变化,使古琴音乐具有最有能力与人心沟通的特点。

讲座会从琴体结构、发音特点、弹奏方法和用弦要求等,多角度探索古琴音乐的特质,并辅以琴曲示范,希望藉此与听众分享对这种无可替代的古琴音乐的理解。

 

关于主讲人 苏思棣

苏思棣,香港古琴界翘楚,现为德愔琴社社长,近年多从事教学、演奏、打谱、斲琴等活动。早年的他曾随黃权先生学习萧笛,后随古琴界巨人蔡德允女士学习古琴。

他曾参与策划《清角遗音》和《海天秋月》古琴文化展览,亦曾在中、港、台、日、欧、美等地作古琴演奏。联合出版录音光碟有《中国古琴名家名曲》、《琴韵缤纷》、《古琴荟珍》、《姜白石词擬唱》、《清音重闻》古琴篇、《宋韵遗珍-白石道人歌曲重构》等。

个人古琴专辑有瑞士出版以自斲逍遙琴录制之《漁樵问答》及雨果公司出版以同名宋琴录制之《太古声》,均获好评。前者于出版同年获法国查理•科鲁斯学院颁发的“心弦”奖。苏思棣亦常参与演奏、讲座、示范、教学、录音等活动。曾在中、港、台、日本、比利时、瑞士、奥地利、荷兰等地作古琴演奏。

 

他于2010年在雨果公司发行的《太古声》,媒体给予了高度评价:

1)只讲靓CD LPCD1630-7298太古声,作者:王慧祺

今天聆听《雨果》1630的《太古声》,竟然有听到不顾关机之感!说实话,在笔者生命中从未发生过,追查原因除了《太古声》效果真实无伦,弹弦进火花四射,像真度极高,音乐感量好,而曲目之配合亦大大发挥出宋琴的真实效果,我曾以一部几瓦的300B推勤LA3/5A播唱Track 10的《山中思友人》,气氛之浓郁和和弦声并发的馀韵有销魂蚀骨之境界。另外此碟由易有伍监制和录音,易生茫懂发烧友的心,为此碟注入不少发烧友爱炫耀的HiFl元素在内,加上自然为主的LPC1630压制辑录,在曲目中细节上是非常出色的,即使是最微细的弹弦余震,最毫不起眼的宋琴高频空气感,在《太古声》中完全毫不费力便听得一清二楚。

——刊于《发烧音响》2010年8月号

2)我最喜爱的CD LPCD1630-7298 太古声,作者:李智伟
起初以为这是一般古琴演奏,乍听之下才发现琴音厚润无比,肉地充足饱满,令人听得舒服受用,更有润泽五腹六腑之效。一查之下,才知道这是从一部名叫[太古声]的宋琴所发出来的美声,并由本地高手苏思棣先生挡纲演出。虽然这是一个宋琴独奏录音,但由于这部《太古声》发出的声音够份量,层次变化又复杂,加上一些突如其来的拨弦,量感之强有直动皇帝位之势,令人份外听得痛快。专辑内的乐章大多来自宋代,古意盎然,随便选一、两曲来欣赏,都足以令人忘掉世俗烦扰。
——刊于《胆机世界》2010年7月

 

更多信息

苏思棣 - 良宵引

https://v.qq.com/x/page/l0316nqo1oc.html

苏思棣 - 潇湘水云

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywTcTzoD1vg

苏思棣 - 水仙操

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gc3cPfEL0wE


The Irreplaceable Guqin Music Lecture by Sou Si-tai

 

Time: 2017.4.29 Saturday 14:30

Venue: B10 Live http://www.b10live.cn 

Add: Building C2, North District, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen

Tel: 0755 86337602 (15:00-18:00, info only) 

Venue Support: OCT-LOFT Culture Development Co., Ltd

Admittance starts at 14:00. 
 

Free of charge. Admittance is limited and only available by registering online.

Registration link: https://jinshuju.net/f/9I8Jml

Registration service available until 00:00 on 4.29 

The guqin seven-string zither distinguishes itself among other Chinese musical instruments for its wide range, rich timbre, and extensive nuances. The entirety of the guqin’s hollowed body serves as a resonating chamber, and as such, the pitches produced—on open strings, stopped strings, or as harmonics—acquire qualities that are often received as ethereal and exquisite. The instrument’s whole upper surface, long and slightly convex, functions also as a fingerboard, which gives maximum flexibility to left-hand movements in order to achieve the intricacies, ornamentation, and sound qualities prescribed by particular pieces or styles. This is accompanied in no small part by the multiplicity of right-hand plucking movements and finger techniques. Altogether these qualities of the guqin have contributed to its eminence of being an instrument that is most capable of communicating human emotions and spirit in Chinese music.

This talk will introduce the guqin and its music through the instrument’s construction, sounding principles, performing techniques, and strings. The speaker will also share his insight of the instrument through performance demonstration. 

 

About Sou Si-tai

Sou studied xiao and dizi under Wang Quan, guqin under Tsar Teh-yun . Currently He is the Chairman of the Deyin Qin Society of Hong Kong. Sou gave concerts frequently in HK and many other cities in China, Taiwan, Japan, Europe and the U.S.A.

Many CDs by Sou was published including “Le Pecheur et Le Bucheron/The Fisherman and the Woodcutter” in Switzerland recorded with the instrument made by himself, and “The Sound of Antiquity” in HK recorded with the instrument of Sung dynasty. The former was awarded the price of “Coup de Coeur” by “Academie Charles Cros” of France.

 

More Infromation

Sou Si-tai - Liang Xiao Yin

https://v.qq.com/x/page/l0316nqo1oc.html

Sou Si-tai - Xiao Xiang Shui Yun

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywTcTzoD1vg

Sou Si-tai - Shui Xian Cao

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gc3cPfEL0wE