課程資訊
課程名稱
臺灣音樂導論
Introduction to the Music of Taiwan 
開課學期
101-2 
授課對象
 
授課教師
陳峙維 
課號
Music3004 
課程識別碼
144E30400 
班次
01 
學分
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期三3,4,@(10:20~) 
上課地點
博雅203 
備註
本課程以英語授課。第@節為討論課,教室另行公告兼通識A13*。。A13*:文學與藝術、世界文明領域。可充抵通識
總人數上限:30人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1012tm1 
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課程概述

This course is especially offered for foreign students as part of the Taiwan Study program but is also open partially to local students. It will introduce students to the myriad of musical genres and their historical, political, and social contexts. Genres to be introduced include aboriginal music, traditional music of the Hoklo and Hakka peoples and of the mainlanders, and popular music. Emphases will be placed on auditory and participatory experiences through in-class workshops by invited performers, concert attendance, fieldtrips, homework assignments, and group fieldwork projects. Each class will consist of a two-hour lecture by the instructor followed by one-hour discussion period led by teaching assistants. The students are expected to familiarize themselves with the sounds of the various musical genres in Taiwan. 

課程目標
The purpose of the course is to help students gain a basic knowledge of the music of Taiwan and its close relationship to Taiwan history and society. It also aims to heighten students’ awareness of the important role music plays in their daily lives in Taiwan and enhance their understanding of Taiwan through music. 
課程要求
Course materials:
1. All assigned readings and listening examples are on ceiba.ntu.edu.tw. Exams and quizzes will include material drawn from these listening materials.
2. The listening examples will be accompanied by liner notes. The students are expected to read these liner’s notes in order to understand the content and other necessary information about the examples.

Examination Policy:
There are no make-ups for missed exams or quizzes except under the most unusual circumstances. To request a make-up, a legitimate excuse must be submitted in writing before the exam, or no later than one class period after the exam, and must be accompanied by written evidence. For example, if you were sick, you must provide a note from a doctor, with his/her name, address and phone number. 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
每週三 13:00~14:00
每週二 13:00~14:00 
參考書目
 
指定閱讀
Week 1 Course Introduction
Wang, Ying-Fen, ‘Music and Chinese Society: Contemporary Taiwan’. In Yosihiko Tokumaru et al.
(eds), Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 7 East Asia (New York: Routledge, 2001), pp. 423-
429.
Guy, Nancy, ‘“Republic of China National Anthem” on Taiwan: One Anthem, One performance,
Multiple Realities’. Ethnomusicology, 46:1 (2002), pp. 96-119.

Week 2-3 Music of aboriginal peoples
Guy, Nancy, ‘Trafficking in Taiwan Aboriginal Voices’. In Sjoerd R. Jaarsma (ed.), Handle with Care:
Ownership and Control of Ethnographic Materials, (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2002).
Wang, Ying-Fen, Sounds from Wartime Taiwan 1943: Kurosawa and Masu’s Recordings of Taiwan
Aboriginal and Han Chinese Music. (Taipei: National Taiwan University Press 2008).

Week 4-5 Nanguan music
Wang, Ying-Fen, ‘Ensembles: nanguan’. In Yosihiko Tokumaru et al. (eds), Garland Encyclopedia of
World Music, Vol. 7 East Asia (New York: Routledge, 2001), pp. 205-209.
Wang, Ying-Fen, ‘Nanguan music in cross-strait exchanges between Taiwan and Fujian: with focus
on Taiwan’. Paper presented at the 37th ICTM Conference, 5-11 January 2004, Fuzhou, China.

Week 6 and 8 Beiguan music
‘Pak-Koan (beiguan)’. An article retrieved and edited from Taiwan Music Centre, Preparatory Office
of the National Headquarters of Taiwan Traditional Arts (http://rimh.ncfta.gov.tw/rimh/english/mu2-2.asp).

Week 10 Folksongs and narrative singing
‘Taiwanese Fu-lao folk songs and instrumental folk music’. Accompanied booklet, 《陳冠華的台灣福
佬民間音樂》(Chen Kuan-hua Taiwanese Fu-Lao folk music) (台北市:行政院文化建設委員會,1992),
pp. 20-32.
‘General introduction to Hakka mountain songs’. Accompanied booklet, 《賴碧霞的台灣客家山歌》(Lai
Pi-hsia Taiwanses Hakka mountain song) (台北市:行政院文化建設委員會,1992), pp. 18-30.

Week 11 Taiwanese opera
Lee, Kuo-jing and Chung-ang Huang, ‘Performance stages and development: the rebirth and the
re-emergence of Taiwanese opera’. In Outdoor Taiwanese Opera Carnival 2007, Commemorative
Guidebook (Yilan: Preparatory Office of the National Headquarters of Taiwan, 2007), pp. 9-21.

Week 12-14
Chen, Hsin-yi, ‘Golden Oldies! Taiwanese 78-rpm records’. Taiwan Panorama (January 2009).
Lin, Hermia ‘Good old Taiwanese singles from the thirties’ (25 Februaru 2010). Retrieved from Taiwan
Culture Portal (http://www.culture.tw/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id
=1655&Itemid=157).
Guy, Nancy, ‘Feeling a shared history through song: “A flower in the rainy night”. The Drama Review, 52:4
(2008), pp. 64-81.
Hatfield, D. J., ‘Taiwan’. In John Shepherd et al. (eds), Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of
the World, Vol. 5, Asia and Oceania (New York: Continuum, 2005), pp. 51-8.
Lin, Eric, ‘From the fringes to the mainstream: new Taiwanese music booming’. Taiwan Panorama
(May 2005).
Guy, Nancy, ‘How does “made in Taiwan” sound?: popular music and strategising the sounds of a
multicultural nation’. Perfect Beat, 5:3 (2001), pp. 1-17.
Taylor, Jeremy E., ‘Pop music as postcolonial nostalgia in Taiwan’. In Allen Chun, Ned Rossiter and
Brian Shoesmith (eds), Refashioning Pop Music in Asia: Cosmopolitan Flows, Political Tempos and
Aesthetic Industries (New York: RoutledgeCurzon, 2004), pp. 173-182.
Wang, Georgette, ‘Seeking the best integration: popular music in Taiwan’. In Alison J. Ewbank and
fouli T. Papageorgiou (eds), Whose Master’s Voice?: The Development of Popular Music in Thirteen
Cultures (London: Greenwood Press, 1997), pp.209-220.

Week 15 The reception of Western and Chinese music
Guy, Nancy, ‘The consequences of exile, the challenges of contact’. In Nancy Guy, Peking Opera and
Politics in Taiwan (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2005), pp. 109-131. 
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1. 
Attendance and participation 
20% 
Students are required to attend the two-hour lecture followed by the one-hour seminar discussion every week. Students' contribution to discussion will be assessed. 
2. 
Mid-term exam 
20% 
30 questions in the multiple-choice format covering topics lectured in Weeks 1-8, to be held on 17 April 2013. 
3. 
Final exam 
20% 
20% 30 questions in the multiple-choice format covering topics lectured in Weeks 10-15, to be held on 5 June 2013. 
4. 
Group project 
20% 
A project on any subject covered in this course carried out by a group of 5 members. An oral presentation of no more than 12 minutes is to be given on 19 June 2013 and a final paper of the project to be submitted online by 23 June 2013. 
5. 
Individual written assignment 
20% 
An essay of two pages in English (single space), or 1,500 characters in Chinese, on ONE (and only one) of the two 'experiencing' sessions (beiguan in-class workshop and nanguan field trip) to be submitted on line by 24 April 2013. 
 
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