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揭開夢幻琴境,與小卓穗一同愛上古琴! 探索《小卓穗夢遊琴境——十七個晚上愛上古琴》一書,讓孩子們在迷人的琴音中尋找藝術的魅力。故事中的主角小卓穗將帶領讀者進入一個神奇的夢境,與古琴名家伯牙相遇,一同展開一場關於音樂、友誼和成長的奇妙冒險。

承蒙香港賽馬會慈善信託基金捐助,香港文化古蹟資源中心 (前身為長春社文化古蹟資源中心)聯合蔡昌壽斲琴學會創作《小卓穗夢遊琴境——十七個晚上愛上古琴》兒童繪本,透過生動活潑的故事,激發年輕讀者對音樂和傳統文化的熱愛,同時向他們介紹古琴這項流傳千年的樂器,以及它所承載的豐富文化內涵,讓年輕一代能夠認識到斲琴技藝(古琴藝術)作為香港非物質文化遺產的的獨特價值。
本書以全彩印刷,中英對照,配以精美插圖。歡迎公眾免費索取,了解古琴的魅力。數量有限,派完即止。

 

Explore the magical land of dreams with Little Sui and fall in love with the guqin!  Explore the book “Little Sui at Guqin Dreamland: A love kindled in 17 Nights” and allow children to discover the artistic charm within the captivating melodies. The protagonist, Little Sui will guide readers into a magical dreamland where they will meet the renowned guqin master Boya and embark on a fantastic adventure centred on music, friendship, and growth.

Thanks to the generous support of The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, Hong Kong Resource Centre for Heritage (formerly “The Conservancy Association Centre for Heritage ‘’) collaborated with Choi Chang Sau Qin Making Society to create the children’s picture book “Little Sui at Guqin Dreamland: A love kindled in 17 Nights”. Through vibrant storytelling, this book aims to inspire young readers’ love for music and traditional culture. It also introduces them to the guqin, an instrument with a rich history spanning thousands of years, and highlights the Craft of Qin Making(The Arts of Guqin)’ cultural significance as an intangible cultural heritage of Hong Kong.

Printed in full colour with beautiful illustrations, this bilingual book telling the beauty and cultural value of the guqin, and can be obtained free of charge while quantities last.

 

 / 內容一覽/

  •  故事前言
  • 碎琴的愛琴人
  • 古琴就是古箏嗎?
  • 你所不知道的孔子
  • 彈空氣的陶淵明
  • 失明的香港斲琴祖師
  • 斲琴師徒情
  • 上太空的古琴
  • 曲譜上的異文字
  • 選材的學問
  • 百變的古琴
  • 古琴如何發聲
  • 古琴的奇怪配件
  • 漆樹的神奇汁液
  • 蠶蟲吐出的珍寶
  • 破琴重來
  • 拜會當代琴人
  • 斲琴人

/Content/

  •  Prologue
  • The guqin lover who destroyed his guqin
  • Is guqin the guzheng
  • The Confucius you didn’t know
  • Tao Yuanming who played the air
  • The blind grandmaster of guqin making in Hong Kong
  • Between the master and the apprentice
  • The guqin that went to space
  • The strange characters of guqin notation
  • Selecting the right materials
  • The hundred-faces of guqin
  • How does the guqin make its sound
  • Strange affixes on the guqin
  • The fascinating liquid from the lacquer tree
  • A treasure from the silkworm
  • Breaking the guqin, starting afresh
  • Meeting contemporary guqin people
  • Qin Makers

 

/電子下載 E-version/

http://bit.ly/3vn8ObO

 

 /免費索取 Free Distribution/

由2024年1月15日起,公眾人士無須預約,可親臨香港文化古蹟資源中心 於正門外書櫃自行領取《小卓穗夢遊琴境—十七個晚上愛上古琴》。唯書籍數量有限,建議公眾到訪前先致電2291 0238查詢剩餘數量。

派完即止,費用全免。

The book can be obtained for free in person without reservation at the bookshelf next to the main entrance of The Hong Kong Resource Centre for Heritage starting from 15 January, 2024. Please note that the public are advised to call 2291 0238 before visiting to confirm the remaining availability .

First come first served.

 

/關於賽馬會香港非物質文化遺產公眾教育計劃 JOCKEY CLUB PUBLIC EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE IN HONG KONG/

本計劃由香港賽馬會慈善信託基金捐助,香港文化古蹟資源中心(前身「長春社文化古蹟資源中心」)主辦,以五項香港非物質文化遺產(非遺)代表作名錄項目為主題(大坑舞火龍、香港天后誕、古琴藝術(斲琴技藝)、紮作技藝和戲棚搭建技藝),舉辦一系列的推廣及教育活動,發掘與培育新一代傳承人,探索香港非遺可持續發展之方向。此計劃旨在透過創意活動,讓大眾親身體驗非遺文化,培養年輕一代懂得欣賞、肯定非遺,從而連結傳承人與公眾,一起肩負傳承重責。

The project, sponsored by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and organised by Hong Kong Resource Centre for Heritage (formerly “The Con- servancy Association Centre for Heritage ‘’). It focuses on five items from the Representative List of Hong Kong’s Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH), namely the Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance, Tin Hau Festival in Hong Kong, The Arts of Guqin (The Craft of Qin Making), Paper Crafting Technique, and Bamboo Theatre Building Technique. The initiative encompasses a series of promotional and educational activities aimed at cultivating the next generation of tradition bearers and practitioners, as well as to explore how Hong Kong’s intangible cultural heritage can contribute to a more wholistic sustainable development approach. The primary objective of this project is to facilitate a firsthand experience of intangible cultural heritage through creative activities, fostering an understanding and appreciation among the public, particularly the younger generation. By forging a connection be- tween tradition bearers and the public, the project aims to underscore the importance of collective civic responsibility in the conservation of our city’s heritage assets.

 

/香港文化古蹟資源中心 The Hong Kong Resource Centre for Heritage/
香港文化古蹟資源中心(前身「長春社文化古蹟資源中心」)於2005年成立, 一直積極舉辦古蹟保育活動。我們將繼續秉承宗旨,推廣香港歷史文化,建立 知識交流平台,鼓勵大眾參與社區文化遺產保育,建立社區身份認同。

The Hong Kong Resource Centre for Heritage (HKRCH), formerly known as The Conservancy Association Centre for Heritage (CACHe), was established in 2005 with a steadfast commitment to promoting heritage conservation. It will continue to adhere to its original mission:

• to promote the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Hong Kong;

• to establish platforms for knowledge exchange;
• to encourage public participation in cultural heritage conservation; and

• to foster a sense of community identity through heritage education.

 

/ 查詢 Enquires/ 

電話 Tel : 2291 0238

電郵 Email: info@cache.org.hk

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