痛苦中有歡樂的時代 : 1940年代移居香港的大陸音樂家

Publication Year:
2012
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Repository URL:
http://commons.ln.edu.hk/videos/362
Author(s):
LIU, Ching Chih
artifact description
本講座介紹1940年代大陸南來香港的音樂界人士,包括胡然(1912-1971)、趙梅伯(1905-2001)、黃友棣(1912-2010)、林聲翕(1914-1991)、邵光(1919-1983)、葉純之(1926-1997)和韋瀚章(1906-1993)。他們原本在中國大陸有其音樂事業,純粹由於內戰而被迫南下香港。他們的教育背景、價值觀與香港的知識份子截然不同,來到香港備受歧視,難以施展所長,在1950年代對香港的音樂生態或多或少地有些影響。20世紀40、50年代,對移居香港的中國大陸音樂家是一個痛苦的時代,但在痛苦中他們也得到了歡樂。 This seminar revisits the musicians migrated from Mainland China to Hong Kong in the 1940s, including Hu Ran (1912-1971), Zhao Mei-bo (1905-2001), Hwang Yau-tai (1912-2010), Lin Sheng-shih (1914-1991), Shao Guang (1919-1983), Yip Shun-chi (1926-1997) and Harold H.T. Wei (1906-1993). They had their own music career in the Mainland, but the Civil War forced them to come to Hong Kong in the 1940s. As their values and educational backgrounds were different from the Hong Kong intelligentsia, various forms of undue prejudice hindered their music career. However, they still had impact on the ecology of music in Hong Kong in the 1950s. For these migrant musicians, 1940s and 1950s is a painful era, from which they had also derived enchanting moments.