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In context from A Chinese parallel? Despite interruptions from the funeral drum and the Scream, the mood is more serene, less desolate than his other late works. What would have become of him, and his music, had he lived into the s?

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In context from A Chinese parallel? Despite interruptions from the funeral drum and the Scream, the mood is more serene, less desolate than his other late works.

What would have become of him, and his music, had he lived into the s? Marie Uchatius, a young art-student, paid me a visit one day in the Hotel Majestic. Hearing a confused noise, we leaned out of the window and saw a long procession in the broad street along the side of Central Park. It was the funeral cortege of a fireman, of whose heroic death we had read in the newspaper.

From our eleventh floor window we could only guess what he said. There was a brief pause and then a roll of muffled drums, followed by a dead silence.

But he too was leaning out and his face was streaming with tears. The brief roll of the muffled drums impressed him so deeply that he used it in the Tenth Symphony.

Even novelists—who do use words! All such camps saw prolonged use, both before the war Oranienburg concentration camp started operating in , moving to Sachenhausen in but also long after , under Soviet indeed allied and GDR regimes. To arrive by train at Oranienburg station is itself disturbing, thinking of how the inmates reached the camp. In autumn alone over 10, Russian prisoners of war were executed at the camp. The infirmary exhibitions are substantial too, including sections on medical experiments on young Jews and the reunion of survivors fifty years later; and on the camp brothel.

The SS were billeted in town, with their own bands, taking part in street parties. People recalled how as kids they were handed out balloons and lollies by the SS. After the war Then on to the display about the Soviet camp —50, just as gruesome—12, of 60, prisoners died there.

The Soviet Special Camp was closed in , but not all of the prisoners were set free. The majority of the prisoners sentenced by the Soviet military tribunal were sent to East German prisons.

From couples even visited on their wedding day—not a simple case of indoctrination, but often related to the sufferings of their parents at the camp. How such catastrophic moral failure occurred remains imponderable—so much for the German Soul. As Neil MacGregor asks ,.

It does indeed seem a bit late for me to take all this to heart now. But how admirable the Germans have become since the s: not only do they put us to shame in their response to the migration crisis, but further to have set up this network of memorial sites—whereas in Britain there are many who not only consider themselves separate from Europe but still have the hubris to protest the exposing of the crimes of our own imperialism, denying the lessons of history.

I also hope that one day in China there will be meticulously documented sites like this, to commemorate the self-inflicted disasters of its own modern history cf. In all these places—Germany, China, the USA, and so on—such traumatic histories are an essential aspect of the cultural soundscapes that we so blithely celebrate. Including the Chinese ritual soundscape. And Britain? For the first gulag in Soviet Russia, see here. Ordinary domestic life… I wonder what happened to the inhabitants.

These events are always lively, with comments from the audience and me…. For a roundup of posts on the Zhihua temple and related ritual activity, see here. Musicologist He Changlin astutely took me to a Buddhist temple to ask a group of elderly former monks to play their shengguan music for us. That sound will always stay with me.

The soulful guanzi , the darting dizi , the sturdy sheng , the halo of the yunluo piercing the bright Beijing sky above the green-and-yellow roof-tiles of the temple. I began to neglect ancient history… [adapted from my Plucking the winds , p. It was delightful to present the group at the British Museum again on Monday.

Qingjiang yin , copied by Hu Qingxue. As I am wont to observe, the blend of timbres of the shengguan instrumentation is the most perfect combo ever, alongside the jazz quintet… And the free-tempo alap -like introductions are just magical. Music of the Zhihua temple Stephen Jones. A world away from the modern conservatoire style that now dominates the media, this music belongs as a kind of aural filigree interlaced within the vocal liturgy and percussion of lengthy rituals for funerals and temple fairs among local communities.

To experience it in the concert hall or museum is a compromise, of course. It is one of many genres still performed today in a continuous tradition since the Ming — several types of regional opera, the nanguan ballads of Fujian, the music of the ubiquitous rural shawm bands, the elite qin zither.

The Zhihua temple has become a byword for the melodic instrumental music used until the s as part of rituals in Beijing—mainly funerals, notably the nocturnal yankou ritual to feed the hungry ghosts. The monks of many minor temples in the hutong alleys of north and east Beijing, both Buddhist and Daoist, were available to come together to perform this music. Built as the private temple of the court eunuch Wang Zhen in , the Zhihua temple is one of the only wooden structures from the Ming dynasty to remain intact in Beijing.

After Wang Zhen was executed in , the monks became part of the ritual life of the wider community, with twenty-six generations down to the s. Since then the tradition has struggled to survive. After the monks were laicized, so by when the Zhihua temple music first gained its reputation among music scholars, with influential studies from the qin zither master Zha Fuxi and the great musicologist Yang Yinliu, the monks were no longer performing rituals.

Through the s, as ritual life was restoring throughout the countryside, and even in cities like Shanghai, scholars like Ling Haicheng and Yuan Jingfang began attempts to revive the Beijing style, collecting the surviving former monks together.

Though the style remains the most exquisite rendition of a widespread repertoire, it is now mainly further afield that we can hear it in its ritual context — in the countryside south of the capital among amateur associations that learnt from temple monks, and among household ritual groups all over north China. The present performers hail from the poor village of Qujiaying , whose ritual association was first discovered in They were recruited while in their teens to study in the Zhihua temple with the elderly former monks, notably Benxing — But worthy attempts by cultural cadres have proved unable to maintain the classic Beijing style without the firm ritual base of local community support that remains common elsewhere in China.

While the more elite temple rituals use only vocal liturgy accompanied by ritual percussion, melodic instrumental music has long been commonly added for rituals among the folk. Throughout north China this takes the form of the exquisite shengguan chamber ensemble, which coalesced around the Ming. The instruments play in heterophony, each decorating the bare bones of the nuclear melody differently; the plaintive guanzi oboe leads, the sheng mouth-organ maintaining a continuous wall of sound, decorated by the halo of the yunluo ten pitched gongs mounted in a frame and darting ornaments from the dizi flute.

The repertoire of classic labeled melodies, combined in strict sequences in lengthy suites, was also coming together in the Ming. Since then, a kind of solfeggio called gongche has been commonly used to notate the outlines of the melodies of instrumental ensembles.

Scores from several Beijing temples, of which the earliest now preserved is the score of the Zhihua temple, use a rare antique script that resembles those known from Tang and Song sources. But the bare bones of the score give few clues to the magic of performance; having learnt to sing in unison an already highly ornamented version of the nuclear melody, the performers then further decorate it in mesmerizing heterophony on the instruments. The style is exceptionally slow and solemn, the free-tempo preludes especially magical.

But we have to imagine it as a decoration within the whole liturgy of the complex rituals that are still common elsewhere in China. And what should await me on my return home than a live broadcast of Mahler 10 with S-Simon Rattle. Without this lying xenophobic government, London could be wonderful. OK, the Windrush affair is shameful, but on a lighter note:.

And I have another episode of Cunk in Britain to catch up on too! Of course, you can ignore all that, and just hear it as a cumulative drama of agony. Notes from Berlin, 1 Roll-call at Sachsenhausen, February Stephen Jones: a blog. Blog at WordPress. Post to Cancel.

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