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台北市中山堂光復廳.中正廳

台北市延平南路98

 

 

10.03 () 

13:00-14:20 光復廳

生祥 (台灣)



MMF的聽眾總能搶先聽到生祥的新作。 2009春, 與鍾永豐、大竹研發表「野生」後,生祥繼續在「南」的溫度與溼度中創作,以鍾理和的文學場景為軸,與多位南方詩人展開對話。器樂上,生祥自2005年始,在吉他上探索傳統音樂,經歷節奏及簡單音樂線條的思考與實踐後,重新回到傳統樂器,以月琴及吉他交替音樂創作的思考。生祥將首次以自己改造的三絃月琴發表最新作品。

15:00-16:20 光復廳

聲‧弦‧擊  Kol Oud Tof (以色列

來自不同移民背景的猶太樂人,義大利歌者、摩洛哥盲人烏德琴手以及出生以色列的爵士鼓手,以多元的吟頌、唱腔、語言、舞蹈及音樂傳統,創造出奇特的「希伯來-拉迪諾-阿拉伯」猶太樂/詩風格,不同於德系猶太人的音樂傳統,聲.絃‧擊的組合,正是塞法迪猶太人遷徙史的縮影。

17:00-18:20 光復廳

阿比科提 Habib Koite (馬利

 

 

西非現代行吟詩人。阿比科提自非洲葛里奧(griot) 傳統取煉,獨樹一格吉他演奏風格。他將樂器調為五聲音階及開放調弦,如同演奏一把西非改良傳統撥弦樂器Kamale n’goni。有時又似神遊於藍調與佛朗明哥傳統間。此次mmf的南主題,阿比科提難得以個人歌者-演唱者之姿出現,完整呈現其創作的脈絡與神韻。

 19:45-21:15 中正廳

拉布蘭之心  Lo Còr de la Plana (法國)

 

 

六個男聲、四面手鼓、跺腳、擊掌、 南法古歐舒丹語,這是拉布蘭之心的全部,沒有更多樂器的伴飾,卻是無邊的音樂想像與張力。豪放與細膩,傳統與實驗,古謠與逗趣,神聖與不羈,讓人佩服的完美平衡。拉布蘭之心的出現,讓歐洲的樂評忙碌了好ㄧ陣。

10.04 (日

15:00-16:20 光復廳

妮提雅里拉樂團  Nityalila Band   (菲律賓)

 

 

靈魂人物妮提,成長於印度瑜珈文化,是菲律賓知名民謠歌手,創作中總是在探索血統、起源、生命意義,搖滾的曲風則受到古印度及菲律賓音樂傳統的雙重洗禮,曾在2009碧潭音樂節展現亮眼的創作才華,已有許多台灣樂迷期盼再見她完美、具強大能量的現場演出。


贊助單位: (妮提雅里拉Nityalila)

 17:00-18:20 光復廳

Sam Karpienia 卡別尼亞 (法國

 

 

來自馬賽,在搖滾的曲風及節奏中,神奇的包裹著佛朗明哥及古歐舒丹詩文構成的新音樂,替代吉他的是阿爾吉利亞古弦琴,讓他們的音樂跨越古今東西,聽起來卻渾然天成。

 

19:45-21:45 中正廳

 音樂節特別企劃  mmf Special

【南計畫】Project SOUTH

-布袋慶和軒

-培可.卡比Pekko Käppi

-大竹研 Ken Ohtake

-鍾玉鳳
 
-生祥

-阿比科提 Habib Koite

-聲.弦.擊 Kol Oud Tof

-妮提雅里拉樂團 Nityalila Band

-拉布蘭之心  Lo Cor de La Plana

-卡別尼亞 Sam Karpienia

 


南計畫包含兩個子計畫。一個發生在台灣南部的布袋,另一個由來自南方的國際樂人共同孕育而生。

 

位於布袋的慶和軒,與來自日本、台灣、芬蘭的三位精彩的樂人,共同生活與創作一個月,自北管音樂傳統與布袋的人事物,衍生創作。

 

因為「南」主題而來的國際樂人,以各自音樂傳統及創作相會,並發展出新的作品演繹。無法以文字說明更多,因為只有在現場,才能經驗樂人們分享音樂生命,享受即興對話的美好喜悅。

 


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Main Stage Performances

Guangfu Hall / Auditorium, Zhongshan Hall

98 ,Yenping S. Rd., Taipei

 

10.03 (Sat)           

13:00-14:20  Guangfu Hall

Lin Sheng XiangTaiwan

   

In spring 2009, Taiwanese Hakka singer-songwriter Lin Sheng Xiang released his third solo album Growing Up Wild, a collaboration with Japanese guitarist Ken Ohtake. The album’s lyrics, written by Lin and his longtime writing partner Zhong Yongfeng, have as their central theme Hakka women and girls and their experiences growing up in a traditional culture in southern Taiwan.
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15:00-16:20  Guangfu Hall

Kol Oud Tof Israel

   

Three musicians, three instruments, three native lands, three languages, gathering in Jerusalem to play the music of Morocco, which remembers Spain, which in turn yearns for Jerusalem.
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17:00-18:20 Guangfu Hall

Habib Koite Mali

   

Malian guitarist Habib Koité is one of Africa’s most popular and recognized musicians. Habib comes from a noble line of Khassonké griots, traditional troubadours who provide wit, wisdom and musical entertainment at social gatherings and special events.
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19:45-21:15 Auditorium

Lo Còr de la Plana (France)

   


Lo Còr de la Plana (pronounced "loo quar dey la plan") is a Marseilles' choir from the "La Plaine" quarter—six hectic singers accompanied by percussions (bendirs and tamburello), handclapping and foot-stomping. Founded in 2001, the group devoted itself to the systematic re-creation of the popular Occitan patrimony — that is, the songs, sayings, proverbs and tales of the Occitan language.
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10.04 (日 Sun    

15:00-16:20 Guangfu Hall

Nityalila Band  
(The Philippines)

   

Nityalila is an independent group of five Filipino musicians advocating Filipino pride, human rights, and environmental issues through music and the arts. The group was formed in 2003 by singer-songwriter and music producer Nityalila Saulo. Joining her on stage are members Miko Aguilar on bass, Sandy Baliong on drums, Tim Cada on guitars, and Vaishnava on percussion.
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Sponsored by: (Nityalila)

17:00-18:20 Guangfu Hall

Sam Karpienia  France

   


From Kanjar'oc to Gacha Empega and Dupain, Sam Karpienia has transformed the Marseilles music scene, revitalizing it with a poetic intensity and offering a unique voice. His unforgettable sound, a gem polished by the elemental forces that pervade the Mediterranean, reflects the intoxicating exhilaration of rebetiko, or Greek urban folk music, as much as the feverishness of flamenco and, of course, the joyous insolence of the new Provençale music of which he is a mainstay.
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19:45-21:45  Auditorium

 mmf Special

Project SOUTH

 

Project South is actually two musical collaborations: one based in the Southern Taiwan village of Budai. The other is in Taipei, featuring the participating musicians from this year's Migration Music Festival.

The Budai collaboration brings together local Beiguan music troupe Qing Hexuan with pipa player Chung Yufeng, guitarist Ken Othake of Japan and Finnish folk musician Pekko Kappi. These artists have spent the past month living together in Budai to write new compositions inspired by the people and surroundings of this Southern Taiwan village.

The second project is collaboration among MMF's participating musicians, who all hail from a geographical "south." Whether they come from Africa, Mediterranean France, the Philippines, or Kaohsiung County, these musicians will share their musical traditions with each other on stage, as well as the joy of improvising and creating new music together.
-Qing He Xuan 

-Pekko Käppi 

-Ken Ohtake 


-Chung Yufeng 


-Lin Sheng Xiang 

-Habib Koite 

-Kol Oud Tof 

-Nityalila Band 
-Lo Cor de La Plana 
-Sam Karpienia 

 

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