2006 Migration Music Festival
5th流浪之歌音樂節
CROSSINGS 無 國 界
10/6-11

「Crossings」不只是樂音的起落、風格的跳躍,而是美好的相遇,與無根的冒險。「無國界」也不只是虛無的口號與無關痛癢的陳腔濫調,而是實踐的進行式與音樂家身上承載的故事。

「流浪之歌音樂節」今年邁入第五屆,將以「Crossings無國界」為主題,為世界上無數仍被迫處於流浪狀態的無根者(déraciné)而唱。這些無根者生活在都市的邊緣、闇黑無聲的牆角邊、公共建設的工地裡。他們也生活在巴勒斯坦的難民營裡、廢墟的瓦礫堆旁。這些無根者被迫離鄉背井到語言不通的城市流浪,嘴裡哼著從古老傳統流傳而來的歌謠,那是勞動的記憶、家園的遙念、對大地的禮讚與對情人的溫軟呢喃。

這回「流浪之歌音樂節」將策劃多場音樂家的相遇。這些音樂家本身的音樂史已是相遇的歷史,他們從碰觸到生命中第一個樂器起,便開始與自己及其他的文化傳統所孕育出的樂音碰撞。他們並不像一般移民問題總是因為政治的需要而被「同化處理」,在音樂的領域裡,這些音樂家悠遊地自由進出各種傳統,讓每個美麗的部落故事與樂器的特殊聲響在自己的身體裡發芽。此次應邀而來的「黑鳥」、Jim Page、Ross Daly、「印度新調」的Ramesh Shotham與Zoltán Lantos以及David Chen等人,都是在流浪中焠鍊出他們獨特的革命性聲響。

當這些音樂家與台灣的音樂家相遇時,將帶領聽眾朋友的耳朵前往從未想像過的地方。「山與海的對話」中,林生祥將與平安隆、大竹研共演最新合作計畫;Ramesh Shotham與台灣弦樂家鍾玉鳳有弦鼓新配的實驗;David Chen與檳榔兄弟共演藍調。還有客家音樂人徐木珍與羅思容也將參與這場盛大的音樂對話。

台灣作為一個移民社會,無論在文化或音樂的表現都有著與其他族群相互影響及融合的痕跡。在移民與難民問題逐漸成為國際公民生活中的一部份時,「流浪之歌音樂節」藉由本土音樂家與世界音樂家的共演,期望傳達對不同族群尊重、包容的教育意義,從包容島上族群差異開始,進而尊重世界各民族的文化。也期望以音樂為觸媒,在日常大眾的生活中,開啟一扇具有國際視野的窗。


The 2006 Migration Music Festival presents "Crossings" – a special event where musicians of different countries, cultures, and traditions meet and perform together.

Now in its fifth year, the Migration Music Festival continues to celebrate the music created by travelers, wanderers, migrants, and immigrants – those who have left home or are continually on the move. The musicians featured at MMF come from diverse places, cultures and backgrounds, but they share this in common: while their music or art is often rooted in tradition, many of them have become “uprooted” for one reason or another – be it love, politics, a yearning for new artistic routes, or simply a desire to go to new places.

These d臆acin musicians and artists have found themselves living in many places – a Mediterranean island rich in history, a bustling city in Asia, the quiet countryside, a construction site. And, no matter where they live or where they come from, these people share common experiences that inspire their music: memories of hard labor, a longing for home, a celebration of the earth, the gentle whisper of a loved one.

This year’s festival features partnerships and encounters of musicians from different cultures, backgrounds and traditions. Ross Daly of the UK showcases his vast knowledge of various musical traditions with Greece native Kelly Thoma; Madras Special brings together virtuoso musicians from India, Hungary, and Germany; Takashi Hirayasu and Ken Ohtake share the sounds of Okinawa with Lin Sheng-xiang’s Hakka-based folk music; Ramesh Shotham and Chung Yu-feng forge new musical paths in an experimental fusing of sounds from Indian and Chinese instruments; Taiwan’s Betel Nut Brothers and David Chen from the USA bring together their blues-based sounds; and Hakka musician Xu Mu-zhen adds distinctive color to Lo Sirong’s musical stories.

Taiwan is realizing the significance of immigrants in its society, as both its culture and music begin to show the influences of different ethnic groups. With the growing problems facing migrants, new immigrants, and refugees around the world, the Migration Music Festival hopes to promote respect for different ethnic groups and celebrate their uniqueness through this concert program. By having musicians from other countries share the stage with local musicians, the festival hopes to encourage respect and tolerance on the island, which will carry over to all peoples and cultures of the world. It is also hoped that this musical program will open the window for the audience to a new international perspective.



 

音樂節策展理念
Introduction

節目表
Programme


大舞台
G
rand Stage


帳篷會
Workshop


音樂影像館
Documentary Hall


旅者說故事
Traveler's Tales

移民/移工歌唱比賽
Migrant Singing Contest

流浪市集
Migration Market

售票活動 Ticket programmes
流浪之歌續攤
Migration Plus


交通資訊
Transportation Information


售票資訊
Ticketing & Additional Information

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音樂節創辦 Festival Founded by 大大樹音樂圖像
主辦單位 Organized by 大大樹音樂圖像•台北市政府文化局
贊助 Sponsored by 文建會˙客委會•外交部•青輔會•友友飯店集團•嘉義縣表演藝術中心•大聲誌•西聯匯款
協辦 Co-organized by 風潮音樂•五四三音樂站music543.com•移民/移住人權修法聯盟˙中央廣播電臺•誠品書店•CAMPO工作室•鏗鏘文化•ZABU
感謝 Sprcial Thanks 行政院文化建設委員會華山文化園區 Huashan Culture Park•林中光 The Gleams
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