Giáo sư TRẦN VĂN KHÊ & Nguyên Lê ngẫu hứng Jazz « CHIỀU TIỄN ĐƯA » (the 2nd time)

Giáo sư TRẦN VĂN KHÊ & Nguyên Lê ngẫu hứng Jazz « CHIỀU TIỄN ĐƯA » (the 2nd time)

Mise en ligne le 5 avr. 2011

CHIỀU TIỄN ĐƯA

Em đâu là Chiêu Quân
Của một thời mỹ nhân triều cống
Mà nắng hạ Sài Gòn
Chiều nay mòng mọng vàng thu

Em không là Huyền Trân
Vì hai châu Chiêm quốc
Mà sao tình Khắc Chung
Còn thổn thức mãi đến giờ?

« Cánh bằng » em khóc chiều xưa
« Khói liêu trai » chắp cánh thơ đi tìm
Tuyệt mù tưởng lạc dấu chim
Mênh mông đáy bể mò kim dại khờ!

Bỗng em về như cơn mưa
Ðổi thay sắc lá vườn thơ một chiều
Phút giây gần có bao nhiêu
Nước non còn có bao điều chưa trao

Em đi, đi thật rồi sao?
Mây tha phương lặng vẫy chào cao xanh
Em đi thân gái một mình
Cánh bay trổi sáo ly đình chiều nay…

– Thơ NGUYỄN HẢI PHƯƠNG –

(Video tư liệu Trần Văn Khê)

Art of Đờn ca tài tử music and song in southern Viet Nam

Art of Đờn ca tài tử music and song in southern Viet Nam

Ajoutée le 5 déc. 2013

UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – 2013
URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/…
Description: Performed at festivals, death anniversary rituals and celebrations, Đờn ca tài tử is a musical art that evokes the people’s life and work on the land and rivers of southern Viet Nam. Instrumentalists and singers express their feelings by improvising, ornamenting and varying the ‘skeletal melody’ and main rhythmic patterns of these pieces, based on twenty principal songs and seventy-two classical songs. Đờn ca tài tử is handed down through oral transmission, based on imitation, from master to student.
Country(ies): Viet Nam
© 2011 by Vietnamese Institute for Musicology
Duration: 00:10:04 – Support: DVD (0073300004)

Art of Đờn ca tài tử music and song in southern Viet Nam – vo –

Art of Đờn ca tài tử music and song in southern Viet Nam – vo –

Ajoutée le 5 déc. 2013

UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – 2013
URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/…
Description: Performed at festivals, death anniversary rituals and celebrations, Đờn ca tài tử is a musical art that evokes the people’s life and work on the land and rivers of southern Viet Nam. Instrumentalists and singers express their feelings by improvising, ornamenting and varying the ‘skeletal melody’ and main rhythmic patterns of these pieces, based on twenty principal songs and seventy-two classical songs. Đờn ca tài tử is handed down through oral transmission, based on imitation, from master to student.
Country(ies): Viet Nam
© 2011 by Vietnamese Institute for Musicology
Duration: 00:10:04 – Support: DVD (0073300004)

Ca Trù – UNESCO: Urgent Safeguarding List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

Ca Trù – UNESCO: Urgent Safeguarding List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

Ajoutée le 6 août 2013

UNESCO: Urgent Safeguarding List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – 2009
URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/USL
Description: Ca trù is a complex form of sung poetry found in the north of Viet Nam using lyrics written in traditional Vietnamese poetic forms. Ca trù groups comprise three performers: a female singer who uses breathing techniques and vibrato to create unique ornamented sounds, while playing the clappers or striking a wooden box, and two instrumentalists who produce the deep tone of a three-stringed lute and the strong sounds of a praise drum. Some Ca trù performances also include dance. The varied forms of Ca trù fulfill different social purposes, including worship singing, singing for entertainment, singing in royal palaces and competitive singing. Ca trù has fifty-six different musical forms or melodies, each of which is called thể cách. Folk artists transmit the music and poems that comprise Ca trù pieces by oral and technical transmission, formerly, within their family line, but now to any who wish to learn. Ongoing wars and insufficient awareness caused Ca trù to fall into disuse during the twentieth century. Although the artists have made great efforts to transmit the old repertoire to younger generations, Ca trù is still under threat of being lost due to the diminishing number and age of practitioners.
Country(ies): Viet Nam
© 2008 Vietnamese Institute for Musicology, Hanoi, Vietnam