Trio: Lost Sounds (Taiwan) | 三重奏: 迷聲 (臺灣)

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Lost Sounds consists of new generation Taiwanese musicians Yi-Wei Yang, Hsuan-Jung Huang and Sze-Ting Huang with the trio’s instruments zheng, pipa, liuqin and zhongruan. Name of the group originates from a certain type of “dotty sound” which the three instruments share that brings to mind works by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama whose name, when read in Chinese (Míshēng) forms a homonym with Lost Sounds in Chinese. ‘Lost’ means trying to find a way to balance traditional instruments and all styles of music when exploring the limitless possibilities of sound.

迷聲由臺灣青年音樂家楊懿惟、黃璿蓉、黃思婷組成,三人演奏的樂器分別為古箏、琵琶、柳琴與中阮。團名由來起因三種樂器的共通點為點狀的音樂特性,因而聯想到作品運用相當大量點狀圖形的日本著名藝術家「草間彌生」,取其名字諧音為「迷聲」。「迷」即是尋找傳統器樂與各種音樂形式之間的平衡,藉以探尋聲音的無限可能。

After formed in January 2017, the unique Lost Sounds music pieces are composed by the members of the trio, or are rearrangements or tailor-made commissions from other composers in the hope of deeper experience, and to think in a new way of traditional instruments in the contemporary life.

創立於2017年1月的迷聲,由於三人樂器組合為獨一無二的樂團編制,因此所有演出曲目皆由團員自行創作、改編或是委託作曲家量身譜曲,希望藉此開創出更多元的感官體驗,並重新思考傳統器樂於當代的各種可能性。

In 2017, Lost Sounds was chosen as a part of Taipei Fringe Festival program to perform actively in the streets and in music events. Experimental nature of their performance received appraisal. In addition to performing in concerts, Lost Sounds have worked together for example with tea business, having performed in Taoyuan International Airport for international visitors who stopped for a tea and Taiwanese music.

2017年迷聲獲選「臺北藝穗節」節目,期間積極參與各式街頭演出,9月在後台咖啡舉辦了一場以音樂訴說生活的展演;此次具實驗性質的表演受到藝穗節多位評審的肯定而獲得佳作。迷聲除定期舉辦音樂會,也曾與茶具品牌「陶作坊」等品牌合作,於桃園國際機場快閃演出。此次活動不但吸引了各國遊客,也讓大家駐足品茶時,更加認識臺灣音樂之美。

Samples | 範例:

Lost Sounds (迷聲) – The story of Taipei City-Passenger

Lost Sounds (迷聲) Introduction Video | 演出片段回顧

YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSQyy88zEMvi87foScpgAbw/videos

Web:

https://lostsoundstudio.wixsite.com/lostsound

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