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ヴォーン・ウィリアムズ「National Music」(1934)第2章(2/2)音楽の起源についての仮説

NATIONAL MUSIC By RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS D. Mus. II SOME TENTATIVE IDEAS ON THE ORIGINS OF MUSIC 音楽の起源についての仮説 (2/2) 51 I cannot see why it should not be equally natural to presuppose an aptitude for singing in the natural man a…

ヴォーン・ウィリアムズ「National Music」(1934」第2章(1/2)音楽の起源についての仮説

NATIONAL MUSIC By RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS D. Mus. II SOME TENTATIVE IDEAS ON THE ORIGINS OF MUSIC 第2章 音楽の起源についての仮説 35 In considering the national aspects of music we ought to think of what causes our inspiration and also to wh…

ヴォーン・ウィリアムズ「National Music」(1934)第1章(2/2)音楽に国や地域の性格は帯びるものか?

NATIONAL MUSIC By RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS D. Mus. I SHOULD MUSIC BE NATIONAL? 19 Hubert Parry in his book, "The Evolution of the Art of Music," has shown how music like everything else in the world is subject to the laws of evolution, that …

ヴォーン・ウィリアムズ「National Music」(1934) 第1章(1/2)音楽に国や地域の性格は帯びるものか?

“Variety leading to unity.” This should be our watchword. We all wish for unity, but we shall not achieve it by emasculated cosmopolitanism. When the union of nations is complete, we must be prepared to offer to the common fund, that which…

【英日対訳・全編】アーロン・コープランド「What to Listen for in Music」(題意:音楽を聴く時はここを!)

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【英日対訳・全編】ジョン・フィリップ・スーザ自叙伝「Marching Along」

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ヴォーン・ウィリアムズ「National Music」(1934)まえがき・目次

National Music ナショナル・ミュージック Date of first publication: 1934 Author: Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) 初版:1934年 著者:レイフ・ヴォーン・ウィリアムズ(1872~1958) THE MARY FLEXNER LECTURES ON THE HUMANITIES マリー・フレクス…

総集編19-20J.P.スーザ自叙伝"Marching Along"... 自身のバンド、家族、ジャズ、米国音楽の将来、仲間達への言葉

CHAPTER 19 - 20 CHAPTER 19 THE BIRTH OF SOUSA’S BAND MUSICIANS FROM NEAR AND FAR THE INVENTION OF THE SOUSAPHONE AN AMERICAN PERSONNEL OUR TOURS AN ONSLAUGHT ON MY ENCORE HABITS MY “PECULIAR” CONDUCTING METHODS VACATIONING AN IDEAL HOME LI…

総集編17-18J.P.スーザ自叙伝"Marching Along"... 大西洋艦隊バンドの指導と戦時キャンペーン、「作曲・音楽」とは?

CHAPTER 17 - 18 CHAPTER 17 A THOUSAND MILES ON HORSEBACK THE HIPPODROME AND MY BIRTHDAY PARTY I AM IN THE NAVY NOW ORGANIZING THE BANDS OF A GOVERNMENT AT WAR OLD GLORY WEEK THEODORE ROOSEVELT CRUSADING FOR THE LIBERTY LOAN “MILLIONS FOR D…

総集編14-16J.P.スーザ自叙伝"Marching Along"... 世界一周ツアーとシャミナード、サン・サーンス、三浦環との交流

CHAPTER 14 - 16 CHAPTER 14 WE SAIL IN 1910 ON A WORLD TOUR ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND, WALES AFRICA AN AMERICAN KAFFIR IN KIMBERLEY JOHANNESBURG PRETORIA FAREWELL CONCERT TWENTY-TWO DAYS TO TASMANIA MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, ADELAIDE THE CRUEL HU…

総集編12-13J.P.スーザ自叙伝"Marching Along"... 英国の「海賊版」撲滅と王室、ウィーンでの絶賛、オフの様子

CHAPTER 12 and 13 CHAPTER 12 SECOND EUROPEAN TOUR OF THE BAND, 1901 THE GLASGOW EXHIBITION LONDON LUNCHES ME THE ENGLISH GRENADIERS A ROYAL CONCERT AT SANDRINGHAM A CARPING NEWSPAPER INTELLIGENCE OF ENGLISH AUDIENCES GUINEAS AND POUNDS THE…

総集編10-11J.P.スーザ自叙伝"Marching Along"... 初の欧州ツアー(仏蘭普白)/補助金の弊害と紙上論争

CHAPTER 10 and 11 CHAPTER 10 FIRST EUROPEAN TOUR OF THE BAND, 1900 JOHN L. SULLIVAN WISHES US LUCK PARIS WELCOMES US YELLOW JOURNALISM “DIE WACHT AM RHEIN” IN PARIS HAPPY THAW'S FAMOUS PARTY SUBSIDY THE DEATH OF ART A NEWSPAPER TUG OF WAR …

総集編7-9J.P.スーザ自叙伝"Marching Along"... 新マネージャーとその死を越えて、オペラ、「星条旗…」の成功

CHAPTER 7 - 9 CHAPTER 7 DAVID BLAKELY, THE NEW MANAGER WE BEGIN TOURING POOR TERRITORY BLAKELY'S LETTER THEODORE THOMAS AND THE WORLD'S FAIR PATRICK GILMORE SOUSA AND DAMROSCH BOSTON AND THE COLUMBIAN FESTIVAL TEMPESTS OF TEMPERAMENT “THE …

総集編5-6J.P.スーザ自叙伝"Marching Along"... 海兵隊バンドの大改革と黄金期、妻との欧州養生旅、スカウト

CHAPTER 5 - 6 CHAPTER 5 MY MARCHES BEGIN TO APPEAR THE MANSFIELDS EXCHANGE COMPLIMENTS “DESIREE” AND DE WOLF HOPPER “THE PRESIDENTIAL POLONAISE” AND “SEMPER FIDELIS” OUST “HAIL TO THE CHIEF” CLEVELAND WHITNEY MR. CLEVELAND'S WEDDING GENERA…

総集編3-4J.P.スーザ自叙伝"Marching Along"…初恋破局、試練のドサ回り、結婚から海兵隊バンド再建へ

CHAPTER 3- 4 CHAPTER 3 EARLY CONDUCTING THE FIRST ROMANCE CONDUCTING FOR MELODRAMAS TEN MIGHTY THICK “SKULLS” LAUGHS OFFSTAGE AND ON WITH “THE PHOENIX COMPANY” “MATT MORGAN'S LIVING PICTURES” AFFRONT PITTSBURGH FIRST FIDDLE UNDER OFFENBACH…

総集編1-2J. P. スーザ自叙伝"Marching Along"…「悪童」バイオリン奏者からオペラ指揮者デビューまで

CHAPTER 1-2 CHAPTER 1 FIDDLING VERSUS BAKING SELF-INFLICTED ILLNESS AND ITS PENALTY SCHOOL DAYS THE AGONIES OF SOLFEGGIO THE CONSERVATORY A CONCERT TRAGEDY 第1章 バイオリンを弾くか、それともパンを焼くか 自業自得の病気 学校での日々 イヤなレ…

本編最終:第20章(1/1)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め!Marching Along」

CHAPTER 20 第20章 MUSIC VITAL TO AMERICA COMPOSER-FRIENDS EUROPEAN INFLUENCES BECOMING NEGLIGIBLE NO NATIONALITY IN MUSIC MY FAITH IN AMERICAN MUSIC-MAKING OUR NATIONAL LOVE OF HYMNS THE RADIO THE JAZZ CULT WHY THE MARCH? THE WRITING OF MA…

第19章(2/2)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

Nowadays I allow myself a bit more of vacationing than formerly. Up to the time of the World War I toured with the Band practically the entire year, often following the road for fifty weeks, including both summer engagements and winter tou…

第19章(1/2)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

CHAPTER 19 第19章 THE BIRTH OF SOUSA’S BAND MUSICIANS FROM NEAR AND FAR THE INVENTION OF THE SOUSAPHONE AN AMERICAN PERSONNEL OUR TOURS AN ONSLAUGHT ON MY ENCORE HABITS MY “PECULIAR” CONDUCTING METHODS VACATIONING AN IDEAL HOME LIFE REMINI…

第18章(1/1)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

CHAPTER 18 第18章 AMERICA’S PROGRESS IN CREATIVE MUSIC —THE POPULAR SONGS OF BIBLE DAYS —DAVID AS BANDMASTER AND MUSICIAN —SYMPHONIC COMBINATIONS —INSTRUMENTS AND THEIR TEMPERAMENTS, VAGARIES, AND USES —THE INCONGRUOUS IN MUSIC 創造性を発…

第17章(2/2)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

During the terrible epidemic of Spanish influenza I received orders from the Treasury department to visit a number of cities in the interest of the Liberty Loan. Just as we were on the point of departure, the medical director at the statio…

第17章(1/2)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

CHAPTER 17 第17章 A THOUSAND MILES ON HORSEBACK THE HIPPODROME AND MY BIRTHDAY PARTY I AM IN THE NAVY NOW ORGANIZING THE BANDS OF A GOVERNMENT AT WAR OLD GLORY WEEK THEODORE ROOSEVELT CRUSADING FOR THE LIBERTY LOAN “MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE”…

第16章(2/2)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

The liking for marches is quite universal and I have no doubt that many are written which never see the light of a musical day. I am still treasuring an earnest, kindly and very human letter—with all its inaccuracies—which I received about…

第16章(1/2)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

CHAPTER 16 第16章 MADAME CHAMINADE AND I TALK IT OVER POPULAR MUSIC TRAP-SHOOTING AND ITS JOYS HAM AND EGGS THE PERIL OF SHOES IN WINTER PLAYING FOR PRISONERS MARCHES I SHOULD HAVE “ROTE” PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION,1915 CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS …

第15章(1/1)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

CHAPTER 15 第15章 A VACATION IN THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO MAN AND MUSIC FAMILY HARMONIES BEREAVEMENT MY MOTHER 地元アメリカ、そしてメキシコで過ごす休暇 人間と音楽 家族 調子が整っている状態 死別 私の母 New York and home again! I could …

第14章(3/3)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

On the Fourth of July I was playing in Melbourne in Exhibition Hall. I planned a programme that overflowed with American music, and tacked on the national anthem for good measure as a fitting wind-up. I had noticed a soldierly-looking man …

第14章(2/3)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

We played Ballarat and Adelaide, where an inquisitive reporter approached me with a copy of my programme in his hand and said: “From what I have heard of your organization, it is so splendidly equipped that I should think you would play on…

第14章(1)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

CHAPTER 14 WE SAIL IN 1910 ON A WORLD TOUR ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND, WALES AFRICA AN AMERICAN KAFFIR IN KIMBERLEY JOHANNESBURG PRETORIA FAREWELL CONCERT TWENTY-TWO DAYS TO TASMANIA MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, ADELAIDE THE CRUEL HUNTSMAN I TALK SH…

第13章(3/3)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め! Marching Along」

Once more in America, I made a short tour of Virginia and Ohio and then went south for a long hunting trip and a well-earned rest. It was my custom every year to take a few weeks from my “musicking” to shoot quail and deer in North Carolin…

第13章(2)英日対訳・スーザ自叙伝「進め!Marching Along」

We left England and began playing the Nouveau Theatre in Paris. Among the various medleys which I had concocted and arranged for my band there appeared one that year called, “In the Realm of the Dance”, in which I had linked waltz themes w…