ゴック・ダイ/センヤワ / Ngọc Đại / Senyawa.

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政治的批判と露骨な歌詞から、ゴック・ダイの作曲したシャンソンを歌うことは彼の国では禁止されている。そこで、ハノイ音楽院で学んだこの作曲家は、自分の歌は自分で歌おうと決意した。今回の公演は彼のプロジェクト『Thằng Mõ』の世界初演となる。



Due to his political criticism and explicit lyrics, no singer is allowed to sing the socio-political chansons composed by Ngọc Đại in his own country, and he eventually decided to sing his songs himself. This is the world premiere of the conservatory-trained composer’s critically acclaimed Thằng Mõ project.

Senyawa analyzed the elements of Western and Japanese experimental music and transformed them into their own music comprised of Rully Shabara’s deft, extended vocal techniques punctuating the frenetic sounds of instrument builder Wukir Suryadi’s modern-primitive instrumentation.

A double bill that exhibits the diversity and complexity of the contemporary climate of music in Asia.


1946年、ベトナムに生まれる。1977年から1983年にハノイ音楽院で作曲を学ぶ。70歳に近づきながらも、彼が認知されたのは最近のことである。2010年ごろバンド「Đại Lâm Linh」を結成、自身のオリジナルの歌をアグレッシブなヴォイスの即興、歪んだ音響、ベトナムの民間楽器を取り入れて演奏し注目を集め、ゴールデンタイムのテレビにまで出演した。バンド解散後、1人で作曲を続け、2013年にアルバム『Thằng Mõ 1』を当局への歌詞の届け出なしでリリース。国内では販売禁止されている。

Ngọc Đại

Hoàng Ngọc Đại was born in 1946 in Vietnam. He studied composition in the Hanoi Conservatory from 1977 to 83. As he approaches the age of 70, he has only recently enjoyed a publicly visible career. Around 2010, Đại involved himself in Đại Lâm Linh, a band that would perform his original songs employing aggressive vocal improvisation and distorted instrumentation as well as Vietnamese folk instruments. It drew so much attention that they even appeared on primetime TV. After the band’s break-up, Đại continued to compose alone and released his album Thng Mõ 1 in 2013 without submitting the songs to the authority in advance. The album has been banned in Vietnam.




Jogjakarta’s Senyawa embodies the aural elements of traditional Indonesian music whilst exploring the framework of experimental music practice, pushing the boundaries of both traditions. Their music strikes a perfect balance between their avant-garde influences and cultural heritage to create truly contemporary Indonesian new music. In 2011 they were invited to perform internationally for the first time at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival sharing the stage with musicians such as Faust, Tony Conrad and Charlemagne Palestine, launching them onto the international stage. Since then they have been frequently touring and collaborating with a wide range of musicians across the world.

Mon Feb 13, 2017
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM JST
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みなとみらい線 日本大通り駅 3番出口より徒歩5分, 5 min walk from Minatomirai Line Nihon-Odori Station Exit 3
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