两会翻译睡着了?/亚裔不是模范少数/手把手教唱花腔

作者:change?  于 2019-3-11 00:20 发表于 最热闹的华人社交网络--贝壳村

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“众所周知,中国成功的关键在于民主制度。” BWAHAAHAAHAA. 让我笑一会先。。
("It is widely acknowledged that a key to China's success is its system of democracy." BWAHAAHAAHAA That was hilarious.)
谢谢Chris报道姚明在我演讲当中睡着了,现在他已被送到内蒙古超级秘密和谐的再教育营地。--习近平
(Thank you Chris for reporting on Yao Ming falling asleep during my speech, he has now been sent to our super secret harmonious reeducation camp in Inner Mongolia. ---Xi Jinping)

这招儿新鲜!两会雇了几个白人做视频宣传,效果如何呢?还有嘻哈活跃气氛,不过。。。。。。

看看上海等地民众在两会期间跟政府的“民主”互动:

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亚裔美国人被限制在模范少数族裔神话的范围内,通常被认为是一群无法区分的超级成就者,他们都“聪明”,“善于数学”。然而,这些看似积极的刻板印象不仅会对亚裔美国人本身有害, 也不利于广义的种族关系。在这次演讲中,Alice Li从研究和她的个人经历中汲取经验,挑战模范少数族裔神话所概述的二维身份。 Alice Li来自肯塔基州,是范德比尔特大学的二年级学生。她正在攻读神经科学专业和音乐表演辅修专业。 2015年,她被授予美国总统奖学金和Cornelius Vanderbilt奖学金获得者。课外,她喜欢烹饪,弹钢琴,为学生报纸撰写文章,在心理学实验室进行研究,以及参与跨文化组织。她的不同兴趣来自于与他人共同创造和交流思想的愿望,她热衷于探索学术学科和个人故事的交集。
perpetual foreigner syndrome(永久的外国人综合症)
"Model Minority" means shutting up and taking the abuse and being congratulated for being obedient. Having an American citizenship means nothing when everyone treats you like a foreigner in your own country.
有人说,“模范少数民族”意味着闭嘴和受气,并为顺从受恭维。在自己的国家被当成外国人拥有美国公民身份就没有意义
("Model Minority" means shutting up and taking the abuse and being congratulated for being obedient. Having an American citizenship means nothing when everyone treats you like a foreigner in your own country.)。而实际上,很多华人从来就没有把自己当成美国人,不管是文化上和法律政治上。

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希望在下一代?

最近在加州足球大赛唱美国国歌红遍美国的Malea Emma越来越红,7岁的她父母是来自印尼的华裔,不会说话就开始唱歌了。在我看来她是真正的女神,超人气的巨肺美声,头脑极其清楚,说话极其得体又讨人喜欢,举手投足,毫不亚于已过世的好莱坞最伟大童星Shirley Temple Black--中国影迷熟悉的“秀兰•邓波儿, 不信你看她在ABC黄金档早安美国与歌坛巨星和各界人士互动时的表现和表演。

这个提神!!!
7岁的Malea Emma与“梦幻女郎”艾美奖得主Jennifer Holliday表演。

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让美声更完美,真的可以做到

世界著名的女中音乔伊斯·迪多纳托(Joyce DiDonato),为国家歌剧院工作室的艺术家举办了一个声乐大师班。给人们展示了超一流的歌唱家和教师的洞察力和指导技巧,令人赞叹。看完听完,就算吃瓜观众,也会变得文明多了。



---Now here is (finally!) a master class teacher who literally doesn't only want to hear her own voice, but that of her students just as much. Unlike the formidable ES, she lets them sing their aria straight through before knuckling in. The most intelligent way, since thusly she gets the total impression, the total interpretation, such as the student desires to get across. With ES, it became rapidly clear that she wanted to imprint in her students her own interpretation, so it was rare they got through 2 phrases w/o interruption. Love DiDonato's smile as she listens, the interest in her regard. Nothing more laudable in a teacher, except, ofc the teaching that follows, always kind, precise, attentive, respectful & lots of fun. Her applause alone is praise. But then she does praise before going into possible improvements. The students benefit from her musicianship as well as from her teaching techniques, which are frankly impressive. Not all singers or practising artists have that ability.

---who is ES? i'm not an opera expert though i do enjoy it

--- Elisabeth Schwarzkopf. You can see her masterclasses on YouTube. After five minutes of her relentless criticism, the students can barely sing anymor

--- thanks for telling me. i'm curious to watch her approach, though i know i'll hate it! real learning comes from people like joyce.

---To be fair, Schwarzkopf was equally critical of herself, and her husband, Walter Legge, who produced her records and many others for EMI, was even harsher with her. But that's not a good way to teach, I'm sure you'll agree.

----I get butterflies in my stomach every time a new masterclass with joyce is posted!!!

----I am stupidly excited because yesterday I found out that there are master classes open to public and she'll be doing some in NYC when I am visiting.

---I just love how Joyce sets up a safe learning environment from the onset. She is a true teacher! And oh, what a singer. Time to go listen to her sing "Thy Hand, Belinda."

----singing into a hairbrush"... spot on!
Ms DiDonato is so full of nice, authentic, real-life humour that it is a pleasure to listen to her even when she's "just" talking.

----That exercise of subdividing and stressing/energizing different notes of the subdivision is one of the first exercises my violin teacher gave to me, didn't know singers did it. Is so good to make you understand and internalize the notes. And the physicality Joyce makes you remember in music is so spot on. Is so easy for musicians to freeze and get stuck because they don't prepare in the right way, remembering they have a body and that the music has to go through it. I've seen people study a piece for hours a day for months and still have a hard time with it, me included, because the practice was limited to fingers and brain only, the body was there just to care it. THANKS FOR THE CLASS !!

--- I don’t know the first thing about operatic singing, my experience being limited to English Church choral music.....but wow...I was browsing YouTube and and came across this. But I was a teacher for 30 years and Joyce is a fantastic teacher. I think I’m going to spend a lot of time today watching Royal Opéra House vids today.

---This is so beautiful! Every problem in music is solved by rhythm! Finally a classical singer/musician who understands. Listen to how Joyce controls her vibrato. She can keep straight notes like Natalie Dessay. The intelligence of a singer in any genre lies in how they use their vibrato and the girl here vibrates all the time from the beginning of the note on. It eats up all the energy. Can I hear a straight note please?

----OMG that second girl when Joyce brought all that emotion out of her, I was nearly crying.

----i'm a pianist but i was transfixed by this; i watched the whole thing, this was friggin' awesome!

----I wish I could be an opera singer!

---it is just a lot of work, the younger you are the best it is to start :)

----If you have no laryngeal damage (nodes for instance) and if you can match pitch, then you CAN be an opera singer! Find the right teacher for you and know that it takes years. Whether you make a living at it is a different conversation. Go for it!

---When she worked with the second girl, at the end, when she corrected her those energy feelings, i cried so much.

---I cried too! This was huge!!

----She is the best teacher I've ever seen teach anything. Its awe inspiring

----Re the first singer: Right away I could hear that she had no legato; the notes didn't connect to each other. What fascinated me was how Joyce DiDonato got her to sing legato using subdivision. I'm going to add that to my repertoire of coaching techniques. DiD. is such a lovely person--so warm and encouraging.

----right. I was immediately intrigued when she started to suggest 8th notes

----new joyce masterclass? my day is made


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