An Interview of Liu, Feng-Shueh

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Mar 13, 2017 23:53
An Interview of Liu, Feng-Shueh
Last Sunday, I saw a book called “An Interview of Liu, Feng-Shueh.” Liu, Feng-Shueh is the first generation female dancer. Besides, she has not only received western modern dance education, but also endeavored in reconstructing dance and music in Tang dynasty. She also delves the aboriginal people’s dance in Taiwan. In 1976, she founded Neo-Classical Dance Company. Until now, she has been never tired in choreography, research and education relating to dance. I still remember first time watch their performance, “Tang Grand Piece-Liquidambar- Construction of Tang Music and Dance”. I was shocked. The dance in ancient China is like that. It totally broke my impression about dance. I was fascinated with the reserved, calm and elegant movements. I have a similar feeling when reading this book. I can feel her passion and gentleness in dance. In addition to many dialogues which resonate with me, I learned more about the dazzlingly abundant world of the dance.
I want to read this book carefully.


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劉鳳學訪談
星期天在圖書館看到了「劉鳳學訪談」這本書。劉鳳學是第一代女性舞蹈家。除了深厚的西方舞蹈底子,也是長年投入重建唐代樂舞的工作,對台灣原住民的舞蹈也有深入研究。1976年創立了「新古典舞團」,至今對舞蹈創作、教育、研究仍孜孜不倦。
我還記得高中時偶然去看了新古典舞團的「唐大曲《蘇合香》」,感到相當震撼,原來中國古代的舞蹈是這樣子的,顛覆了自己對舞蹈的印象,也深深為沉穩而凝鍊且優雅的肢體所著迷。
而看這本書也給我同樣的感受,我能感受出她對舞蹈的熱情和溫柔,除了很多對談讓我很有共鳴之外,也讓我這個舞蹈門外漢,更了解舞蹈世界的豐富而動人的魅力。
我打算好好好閱讀這本書。
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