“In Saisiyat language “paSta’ay” means the festival which is held to commemorate the spirits who were once helpful to the Saisiyat people.”
Chun-Che Yueh is Soochow University’s master of music graduate from Hualien, who chose composing during his third year, the same year in which he organized a composing presentation together with his fellow students Chih-Yi Yu and Yi-Ting Hsieh and was accepted to study composing in the master of music programs in Soochow University and National Taipei University of Education. Having been taught by Yu-Lin Yang and prof. Ting-Yi Ma, he became a student of prof. Fuk-Wing Yim.
The piece Uyas Smapuh Tunux was chosen as a part of 2014 joint student composition concert organized by Taipei National University of the Arts, National Taiwan Normal University and Soochow University, while the work Three Pieces for Modern Poem was chosen as a part of 2016 Shuanghsi Music Forum and Soochow University’s joint concert program. In May 2016 the compositions Sisil and Dnamay were premiered by National Taipei University of Education. The composition paSta’ay premiered in O-Bank auditorium in January 2017.
作品《Uyas Smapuh Tunux》獲選為2014年北部校際學生作品交流音樂會（台北藝術大學、台灣師範大學、東吳大學）。作品《三首為現代詩而寫的大提琴獨奏曲》同時獲選為2016上半年雙溪樂集之演出作品與東吳大學中南部交流音樂會曲目。2016年5月作品《靈鳥》、《巨人》於國立台北教育大學首演。作品《paSta’ay》為委託創作，2017年1月20日首演於王道銀行演奏廳。
In Saisiyat language “paSta’ay” means the festival which is held to commemorate the spirits who were once helpful to the Saisiyat people. The piece is divided into three sections: “welcoming the spirit”, “entertaining the spirit” and “seeing off the spirit”.