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TEDSalon Berlin 2014

Daria van den Bercken: Why I take the piano on the road ... and in the air

Daria van den Bercken: Kenapa saya bermain piano di atas jalan... dan di atas langit

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Daria van den Bercken, pemain piano, amat menyukai karya muzik Baroque daripada George Frideric Handel. Kini, dia mahu mencetuskan minat orang ramai terhadap muzik tersebut. Dalam ceramah ini, beliau memainkan muzik tersebut yang dapat mencetuskan emosi yang berbeza. Beliau bermain piano di atas langit, di atas jalan, dan semestinya di atas pentas.

- Pianist
Daria van den Bercken has played piano with major Dutch orchestras, and performed many a recital in her country’s famed concert halls. But her larger vision is to bring classical music to the masses. Full bio

Baru-baru ini, saya berada di atas
beribu-ribu orang di Brazil
00:17
Recently, I flew over a crowd
00:19
of thousands of people in Brazil
dan memainkan muzik
George Frideric Handel.
00:21
playing music by George Frideric Handel.
Saya juga berada di atas
jalan-jalan di Amsterdam
00:25
I also drove along the streets of Amsterdam,
dan memainkan muzik penggubah itu.
00:28
again playing music by this same composer.
Mari kita menonton video ini.
00:31
Let's take a look.
(Muzik: George Frideric Handel, "Allegro."
00:34
(Music: George Frideric Handel, "Allegro."
Performed by Daria van den Bercken.)
(Video) Saya tinggal di
tingkat ketiga di situ.
00:53
(Video) Daria van den Bercken: I
live there on the third floor.
(Bahasa Belanda) Saya tinggal di situ.
00:55
(In Dutch) I live there on the corner.
Saya tinggal di situ.
Saya mengalu-alukan awak.
00:57
I actually live there, around the corner.
00:59
and you'd be really welcome.
-Ia kedengaran menyeronokkan?
-Ya!
01:01
Man: (In Dutch) Does that sound like fun?
Child: (In Dutch) Yes!
[(Bahasa Belanda)
Konsert muzik Handel]
01:03
[(In Dutch) "Handel house concert"]
(Tepukan)
01:28
(Applause)
Semua ini merupakan pengalaman yang indah
01:40
Daria van den Bercken: All this was a real
01:42
magical experience for hundreds of reasons.
kerana beratus-ratus sebab.
Mungkin anda hairan
kenapa saya lakukan semua ini?
01:45
Now you may ask, why have I done these things?
Ia bukannya perkara biasa dalam
kehidupan seharian seorang pemuzik.
01:48
They're not really typical for a musician's
01:50
day-to-day life.
Saya lakukannya kerana
saya suka muzik tersebut
01:52
Well, I did it because I fell in love with the music
dan saya mahu mengongsikannya
dengan orang ramai.
01:56
and I wanted to share it with as many people
01:59
as possible.
Ia bermula beberapa tahun dulu.
02:01
It started a couple of years ago.
Kerana flu, saya duduk
di atas sofa di rumah
02:03
I was sitting at home on the couch with the flu
sambil melayari Internet.
02:07
and browsing the Internet a little,
Saya mendapati bahawa Handel
pernah menggubah muzik piano.
02:09
when I found out that Handel had written works
02:12
for the keyboard.
Saya agak terkejut.
Saya tak tahu tentangnya.
02:14
Well, I was surprised. I did not know this.
Jadi, saya memuat turun lembaran muzik
dan mula memainkannya.
02:16
So I downloaded the sheet music and started playing.
Apa yang berlaku seterusnya ialah,
02:21
And what happened next was
saya menghayati muzik tersebut
dengan penuh kehairanan.
02:22
that I entered this state of pure,
02:26
unprejudiced amazement.
Saya berasa amat kagum
pada muzik tersebut.
02:29
It was an experience
02:31
of being totally in awe of the music,
02:34
and I had not felt that in a long time.
Sudah lama saya tak berasa begitu.
Mungkin anda dapat mengaitkannya
bila anda mendengarnya.
02:38
It might be easier to relate to this when you hear it.
Bahagian pertama yang saya mainkan
bermula dengan ini.
02:42
The first piece that I played through
02:46
started like this.
(Muzik)
02:49
(Music)
Ia kedengaran amat sedih, bukan?
03:14
Well this sounds very melancholic, doesn't it?
Saya membelek muka surat seterusnya
dan inilah muziknya.
03:18
And I turned the page and what came next
03:21
was this.
(Muzik)
03:23
(Music)
Ia kedengaran amat ceria, bukan?
03:50
Well, this sounds very energetic, doesn't it?
Jadi, dalam masa beberapa minit,
03:54
So within a couple of minutes,
ia cuma sebahagian
daripada muzik tersebut,
03:57
and the piece isn't even finished yet,
saya mengalami dua perasaan yang berbeza:
03:59
I experienced two very contrasting characters:
rasa sedih dan rasa ceria.
04:03
beautiful melancholy and sheer energy.
Saya menganggap kedua-duanya
perasaan manusia yang penting.
04:07
And I consider these two elements to be
04:09
vital human expressions.
Kesucian muzik menyebabkan anda
mendengarnya dengan bersungguh-sungguh.
04:12
And the purity of the music makes you hear it
04:14
very effectively.
Saya telah memainkan muzik untuk
04:19
I've given a lot of children's concerts
budak-budak yang berusia 7 dan 8 tahun.
04:22
for children of seven and eight years old,
Semasa saya memainkannya,
04:25
and whatever I play, whether it's Bach, Beethoven,
sama ada muzik Bach, Beethoven,
bahkan Stockhausen,
04:29
even Stockhausen,
04:30
or some jazzy music,
atau muzik jaz,
mereka mendengarnya
dengan bersungguh-sungguh,
04:33
they are open to hear it,
04:35
really willing to listen,
04:37
and they are comfortable doing so.
dan mereka berada dalam
keadaan yang selesa.
Bila saya ada kelas dengan
04:40
And when classes come in
budak-budak yang lebih
berusia, iaitu 11, 12 tahun,
04:42
with children who are just a few years older,
04:45
11, 12, I felt that I sometimes already had trouble
kadangkala saya menghadapi masalah
menyebabkan mereka berada
dalam keadaan tersebut.
04:50
in reaching them like that.
04:52
The complexity of the music does become an issue,
Kerumitan muzik merupakan sebuah isu,
dan pendapat orang lain, iaitu
04:56
and actually the opinions of others —
ibu bapa, kawan-kawan, media
mempunyai pengaruhnya.
05:00
parents, friends, media — they start to count.
Tapi, budak-budak kecil tidak
mempersoalkan pendapat sendiri.
05:04
But the young ones, they don't question
05:07
their own opinion.
Mereka sentiasa berasa hairan.
05:10
They are in this constant state of wonder,
Saya amat percaya bahawa
kita boleh mendengar muzik
05:13
and I do firmly believe that we can keep listening
seperti budak-budak
yang berusia 7 tahun ini,
05:17
like these seven-year-old children,
walaupun setelah kita menjadi dewasa.
05:19
even when growing up.
Sebab itulah saya bukan saja
bermain piano di dewan konsert,
05:22
And that is why I have played
05:24
not only in the concert hall
bahkan di atas jalan,
secara dalam talian, di atas langit,
05:26
but also on the street, online, in the air:
untuk merasai kehairanan,
05:30
to feel that state of wonder,
untuk mendengar dengan
bersungguh-sungguh,
05:33
to truly listen,
dan mendengar tanpa prejudis.
05:35
and to listen without prejudice.
Saya menjemput anda
melakukannya sekarang.
05:39
And I would like to invite you
05:41
to do so now.
(Muzik: George Frideric Handel,
"Chaconne dalam G Major")
05:50
(Music: George Frideric Handel, "Chaconne in G Major."
Performed by Daria van den Bercken.)
(Tepukan)
09:17
(Applause)
Terima kasih.
09:23
Thank you.
(Tepukan)
09:25
(Applause)
Reviewed by PF Ng

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About the speaker:

Daria van den Bercken - Pianist
Daria van den Bercken has played piano with major Dutch orchestras, and performed many a recital in her country’s famed concert halls. But her larger vision is to bring classical music to the masses.

Why you should listen

Pianist Daria van den Bercken makes classical music lovers — and those who had no idea that they appreciated this kind of music — listen to classic composers with fresh ears. She has played with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, the Arnhem Philharmonic Orchestra and the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, and is a regular guest at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam. But it’s bringing classic music to unexpected audiences where her passion engages.

While sick with the flu several years ago, Daria discovered the keyboard compositions of George Frideric Handel. She wanted to bring these beautiful works to the masses. With her project ‘Handel at the Piano,’ she played these pieces in unexpected places — even flying with her piano 25-feet over the audience at the Virada Cultural Festival in São Paulo, Brazil. Through a series of concerts, and an album, she asked audiences to rethink Handel.

Daria’s latest project is 'Keys to Mozart,' an effort to breathe new life into Mozart’s piano works. She is preparing to record an album for Sony Classical and will play a series of concerts too.

More profile about the speaker
Daria van den Bercken | Speaker | TED.com