English-Video.net comment policy

The comment field is common to all languages

Let's write in your language and use "Google Translate" together

Please refer to informative community guidelines on TED.com

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

Filmed:
938,261 views

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
RecentlyTempahan, I flewterbang over a crowdorang ramai
00:19
of thousandsberibu-ribu of people in BrazilBrazil
dan memainkan muzik
George Frideric Handel.
00:21
playingbermain musicmuzik by GeorgeGeorge FridericFrideric HandelHandel.
Saya juga berada di atas
jalan-jalan di Amsterdam
00:25
I alsojuga drovememandu alongbersama-sama the streetsjalan-jalan of AmsterdamAmsterdam,
dan memainkan muzik penggubah itu.
00:28
again playingbermain musicmuzik by this samesama composerkomposer.
Mari kita menonton video ini.
00:31
Let's take a look.
(Muzik: George Frideric Handel, "Allegro."
00:34
(MusicMuzik: GeorgeGeorge FridericFrideric HandelHandel, "AllegroAllegro."
PerformedDilakukan by DariaDaria vanvan denden BerckenBercken.)
(Video) Saya tinggal di
tingkat ketiga di situ.
00:53
(VideoVideo) DariaDaria vanvan denden BerckenBercken: I
livehidup there on the thirdketiga floorlantai.
(Bahasa Belanda) Saya tinggal di situ.
00:55
(In DutchBelanda) I livehidup there on the cornersudut.
Saya tinggal di situ.
Saya mengalu-alukan awak.
00:57
I actuallysebenarnya livehidup there, around the cornersudut.
00:59
and you'dawak akan be really welcomeselamat datang.
-Ia kedengaran menyeronokkan?
-Ya!
01:01
Man: (In DutchBelanda) Does that soundbunyi like funkeseronokan?
ChildKanak-kanak: (In DutchBelanda) Yes!
[(Bahasa Belanda)
Konsert muzik Handel]
01:03
[(In DutchBelanda) "HandelHandel houserumah concertkonsert"]
(Tepukan)
01:28
(ApplauseTepukan)
Semua ini merupakan pengalaman yang indah
01:40
DariaDaria vanvan denden BerckenBercken: All this was a realsebenar
01:42
magicalajaib experiencepengalaman for hundredsberatus-ratus of reasonssebab.
kerana beratus-ratus sebab.
Mungkin anda hairan
kenapa saya lakukan semua ini?
01:45
Now you maymungkin asktanya, why have I donedilakukan these things?
Ia bukannya perkara biasa dalam
kehidupan seharian seorang pemuzik.
01:48
They're not really typicaltipikal for a musician'spemuzik
01:50
day-to-dayhari ke hari life.
Saya lakukannya kerana
saya suka muzik tersebut
01:52
Well, I did it because I felljatuh in love with the musicmuzik
dan saya mahu mengongsikannya
dengan orang ramai.
01:56
and I wanted to shareberkongsi it with as manyramai people
01:59
as possiblemungkin.
Ia bermula beberapa tahun dulu.
02:01
It startedbermula a couplepasangan of yearstahun agosebelum ini.
Kerana flu, saya duduk
di atas sofa di rumah
02:03
I was sittingduduk at home on the couchsofa with the fluselesema
sambil melayari Internet.
02:07
and browsingmenyemak imbas the InternetInternet a little,
Saya mendapati bahawa Handel
pernah menggubah muzik piano.
02:09
when I founddijumpai out that HandelHandel had writtenbertulis workskerja-kerja
02:12
for the keyboardpapan kekunci.
Saya agak terkejut.
Saya tak tahu tentangnya.
02:14
Well, I was surprisedterkejut. I did not know this.
Jadi, saya memuat turun lembaran muzik
dan mula memainkannya.
02:16
So I downloadeddimuat turun the sheetlembaran musicmuzik and startedbermula playingbermain.
Apa yang berlaku seterusnya ialah,
02:21
And what happenedberlaku nextseterusnya was
saya menghayati muzik tersebut
dengan penuh kehairanan.
02:22
that I enteredmemasuki this statenegeri of puretulen,
02:26
unprejudicedunprejudiced amazementkehairanan.
Saya berasa amat kagum
pada muzik tersebut.
02:29
It was an experiencepengalaman
02:31
of beingmenjadi totallysama sekali in awekagum of the musicmuzik,
02:34
and I had not feltdirasai that in a long time.
Sudah lama saya tak berasa begitu.
Mungkin anda dapat mengaitkannya
bila anda mendengarnya.
02:38
It mightmungkin be easierlebih mudah to relateberkaitan to this when you heardengar it.
Bahagian pertama yang saya mainkan
bermula dengan ini.
02:42
The first piecesekeping that I playeddimainkan throughmelalui
02:46
startedbermula like this.
(Muzik)
02:49
(MusicMuzik)
Ia kedengaran amat sedih, bukan?
03:14
Well this soundsbunyi very melancholicmelancholic, doesn't it?
Saya membelek muka surat seterusnya
dan inilah muziknya.
03:18
And I turnedberpaling the pagehalaman and what camedatang nextseterusnya
03:21
was this.
(Muzik)
03:23
(MusicMuzik)
Ia kedengaran amat ceria, bukan?
03:50
Well, this soundsbunyi very energeticbertenaga, doesn't it?
Jadi, dalam masa beberapa minit,
03:54
So withindalam a couplepasangan of minutesminit,
ia cuma sebahagian
daripada muzik tersebut,
03:57
and the piecesekeping isn't even finishedselesai yetlagi,
saya mengalami dua perasaan yang berbeza:
03:59
I experiencedberpengalaman two very contrastingberbeza characterswatak:
rasa sedih dan rasa ceria.
04:03
beautifulcantik melancholyMelankolik and sheersemata-mata energytenaga.
Saya menganggap kedua-duanya
perasaan manusia yang penting.
04:07
And I considerpertimbangkan these two elementsunsur-unsur to be
04:09
vitalpenting humanmanusia expressionsungkapan.
Kesucian muzik menyebabkan anda
mendengarnya dengan bersungguh-sungguh.
04:12
And the puritykesucian of the musicmuzik makesmembuat you heardengar it
04:14
very effectivelyberkesan.
Saya telah memainkan muzik untuk
04:19
I've givendiberikan a lot of children'skanak-kanak concertskonsert
budak-budak yang berusia 7 dan 8 tahun.
04:22
for childrenkanak-kanak of seventujuh and eightlapan yearstahun oldtua,
Semasa saya memainkannya,
04:25
and whateverapa-apa sahajalah I playbermain, whethersama ada it's BachBach, BeethovenBeethoven,
sama ada muzik Bach, Beethoven,
bahkan Stockhausen,
04:29
even StockhausenStockhausen,
04:30
or some jazzymenonjol musicmuzik,
atau muzik jaz,
mereka mendengarnya
dengan bersungguh-sungguh,
04:33
they are openbuka to heardengar it,
04:35
really willingbersedia to listen,
04:37
and they are comfortableselesa doing so.
dan mereka berada dalam
keadaan yang selesa.
Bila saya ada kelas dengan
04:40
And when classeskelas-kelas come in
budak-budak yang lebih
berusia, iaitu 11, 12 tahun,
04:42
with childrenkanak-kanak who are just a fewbeberapa yearstahun olderlebih tua,
04:45
11, 12, I feltdirasai that I sometimeskadang-kadang alreadysudah had troublemasalah
kadangkala saya menghadapi masalah
menyebabkan mereka berada
dalam keadaan tersebut.
04:50
in reachingmencapai them like that.
04:52
The complexitykerumitan of the musicmuzik does becomemenjadi an issueisu,
Kerumitan muzik merupakan sebuah isu,
dan pendapat orang lain, iaitu
04:56
and actuallysebenarnya the opinionspendapat of otherslain-lain
ibu bapa, kawan-kawan, media
mempunyai pengaruhnya.
05:00
parentsibu bapa, friendskawan-kawan, mediamedia — they startmulakan to countkiraan.
Tapi, budak-budak kecil tidak
mempersoalkan pendapat sendiri.
05:04
But the youngmuda onesyang, they don't questionsoalan
05:07
theirmereka ownsendiri opinionpendapat.
Mereka sentiasa berasa hairan.
05:10
They are in this constantberterusan statenegeri of wondertertanya-tanya,
Saya amat percaya bahawa
kita boleh mendengar muzik
05:13
and I do firmlytegas believe that we can keep listeningmendengar
seperti budak-budak
yang berusia 7 tahun ini,
05:17
like these seven-year-oldberusia tujuh tahun childrenkanak-kanak,
walaupun setelah kita menjadi dewasa.
05:19
even when growingberkembang up.
Sebab itulah saya bukan saja
bermain piano di dewan konsert,
05:22
And that is why I have playeddimainkan
05:24
not only in the concertkonsert halldewan
bahkan di atas jalan,
secara dalam talian, di atas langit,
05:26
but alsojuga on the streetjalan, onlinedalam talian, in the airudara:
untuk merasai kehairanan,
05:30
to feel that statenegeri of wondertertanya-tanya,
untuk mendengar dengan
bersungguh-sungguh,
05:33
to trulybenar listen,
dan mendengar tanpa prejudis.
05:35
and to listen withouttanpa prejudiceprejudis.
Saya menjemput anda
melakukannya sekarang.
05:39
And I would like to invitejemput you
05:41
to do so now.
(Muzik: George Frideric Handel,
"Chaconne dalam G Major")
05:50
(MusicMuzik: GeorgeGeorge FridericFrideric HandelHandel, "ChaconneChaconne in G MajorUtama."
PerformedDilakukan by DariaDaria vanvan denden BerckenBercken.)
(Tepukan)
09:17
(ApplauseTepukan)
Terima kasih.
09:23
Thank you.
(Tepukan)
09:25
(ApplauseTepukan)
Reviewed by PF Ng

▲Back to top

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