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掀起你的蓋頭來 3級 / Lift Your Veil)
系列:管樂團民謠
作曲:新疆維吾爾族民歌
編曲:三浦秀秋(Hideaki Miura)
演奏級數:3.5級
演奏時間:4:10
出版公司:卡穠
商品編號:CC0043

NT$2350

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《掀起你的蓋頭來》是王洛賓所作的一首西部民歌,改編自新疆烏孜別克族民歌《卡拉卡西烏開姆》(另有一說,改編自維吾爾族民歌《亞里亞》),為其代表作品之一。
最早在王洛賓在音樂札記的記述,提到這首歌曲是來自當地討新娘的一種鄉間娛樂,當地人於秋收在麥場休息的時候,一位老漢穿上婦女的服裝,戴上蓋頭,作出扭捏搖擺的動作;然後有一位青年圍著老漢一邊唱歌、一邊跳舞,最後掀開蓋頭一看,發現原來是一位老頭,引起圍觀的人們哄堂大笑。當地民族的婚禮過程,往往喜歡唱歌和跳舞,流傳下來許多版本的《掀蓋頭歌》,旋律朗朗上囗,饒有趣味。
日本作曲家-三浦秀秋,利用小鼓營造出精神抖擻的樂曲開頭,並貫穿至樂曲中段,其中管樂器演奏出熟悉的維吾爾旋律,配合上樂曲著重在付點與切分音的節奏,富有地方舞曲相當歡樂之趣味! 中段由爵士鼓帶出更有別於前段的節奏韻味,木管銅管相互回應,再現主題時旋律更增添了大自然浩瀚的格局,銅管的張力與木管華麗的段奏後,與強烈的及樂三連音,寫下完美的句點。

“Lift Your Veil” is an iconic traditional Uyghur folk song by Chinese songwriter Wang Luobin, based on Čahargah muqam.
According to the composer’s record, the song originally describes a kind of countryside entertainment. During the slack season in autumn, an old farmer dressed up with women’s clothes, head covered by a veil, twirling. A young man sang and danced around the old man and was shocked when the veil is removed, causing a burst of laughter among people. Local wedding culture often comes with singing and dancing. Varies versions of the folk song retained.
Japanese composer Hideaki Miura uses a snare drum to create a vigorous introduction, and go through until the middle. Famous Uyghur melodies are played by various instruments, along with dotted and syncopated rhythm which forms a joyful country dance style. Drumset in the middle passage creates a distinctive flavor. Recapitulation increases the magnificence of natural scenarios. The music ends with a staccato passage and strong triplets played by percussion.

編制
木管樂器
銅管樂器
打擊樂器
Piccolo
Flute1
Flute2
Oboe
Bassoon
Bb Clarinet1
Bb Clarinet2
Bb Clarinet3
Bb Bass Clarinet
Alto Saxophone1
Alto Saxophone2
Tenor Saxophone
Baritone Saxophone
Bb Trumpet 1
Bb Trumpet 2
Bb Trumpet 3
F Horn 1&2
F Horn 3&4
Trombone 1
Trombone 2
Bass Trombone
Euphonium B.C.
Euphoni
um T.C.
Tuba

Electric Bass

Timpani
Drum Set
Percussions 1 (Tom-Tom, Bass Drum,)
Percussions 2 (Cymbals, Suspended Cymbal)
Percussions 3 (Tubular Bells, Marimba, Tambourine)
Glockenspiel