【禁闻】“占中”励志热门歌曲 红翻全港

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【新唐人2014年10月24日讯】9月28号开启的“和平占领中环”活动,催生不少感人歌曲。有些是久已有之的经典名曲,有些则是专门为这次活动创作的新鲜曲目。这些回荡的歌声,激昂人心,尤其不少老歌,再次红翻全港。

《海阔天空》:“今天我 寒夜里看雪飘过 怀着冷却了的心窝漂远方 风雨里追赶 雾里分不清影踪 天空海阔你与我 可会变(谁没在变)”

这首耳孰能详的歌曲,让不少人感慨:歌还是老的好!

由香港知名乐团Beyond 93年就开始发行的《海阔天空》,也许从来没有如此重要过。特别当9月29号晚上,Beyond乐队的吉他手黄贯中(Paul)到旺角现场声援,与超过10万香港民众大合唱时,那场景让不少人感动掉泪。大家大声唱着歌词,唱着彼此的心声。

《海阔天空》:“原谅我这一生不羁放纵爱自由 也会怕有一天会跌倒 背弃了理想 谁人都可以 那会怕有一天只你共我”

《海阔天空》或许是本次运动中唱得最多的歌曲。这首宣示香港人风雨中拥抱自由决心的歌,在这次的社会运动中再次复活,并迅速唱遍香港的大街小巷!

广州画家何国泉:“它反映了香港人的心声,也是反映我们大陆人的心声啊,不光是香港的问题,是整个中国人想的东西。海阔天空那多好啊!追求自由,是人就要追求自由。Beyond的歌曲本身就很有意义,对社会的文明进步都是很有意义的。那些歌都写的很好。”

同样是Beyond合唱的《光辉岁月》,搭配航拍占中民众抗争场面,也被选为这次占中的典型励志歌曲之一。

《光辉岁月》:“今天只有残留的躯壳 迎接光辉岁月 风雨中抱紧自由 一生经过傍徨的挣扎 自信可改变未来 问谁又能做到”

歌曲传递的平等博爱,在这场雨伞革命中,被诠释的格外贴切和真实。其中包含着抗争和希望,也包含着“自信可改变未来”的担当和勇气。

北京某足球俱乐部经理孟雅春:“挺激动人心的。《光辉岁月》本身是写给曼德拉的,追求自由的一生,跟香港现在这个抗争非常切合的。我觉得香港人现在就是开始清醒,香港人很痛苦,痛苦的思考,就是要自由啊!因为它已经被赤化得很久了。”

《撑起雨伞》:“站在前方 勇气驱不散 却信越怕命运更黯淡 但是谁想 要看穿荒诞却会在催泪下睁开眼”

另一首由何韵诗、黄耀明等歌手,与著名音乐创作人林夕、pan等人,在48小时内合作赶制的《撑起雨伞》,影片一放上Youtube,不到一天就破万人点阅。金马影后叶德娴也在这首歌中献唱。

《撑起雨伞》:“一起举伞 举起手撑 一起为应得的放胆争取 怕吗 任暴雨下 志向未倒下 雨伞是一朵朵的花 不枯也不散”

歌曲搭配学运各个地点的抗争画面,胡椒喷雾、催泪弹、泪水,以及一把把撑开的伞。不少读者留言,这是一首“非常温柔却又非常坚强的歌”,“让人不停的想流泪”。

《问谁未发声》:“试问谁还未发声 都舍我其谁卫我城 天生有权还有心可作主 谁要认命噤声”

重新填词的粤语版《问谁未发声》,改编自大型音乐剧《悲惨世界》中的经典名曲——《Do You Hear the People Sing》。这首原本描述1832年发生在法国抗议活动的西方歌曲,为当下的香港抗争平添了几分历史份量。歌曲还衍生出“童声版”、“少女版”及MV版本《孩子问:谁还未觉醒》,先后在网络热传。

此外,《雨伞花》、《撑著》、《坚守》、《伞下奇迹》等一首首的歌曲,也如同一股股暖流,鼓励抗争民众的心。

《伞下奇迹》:“用这雨伞编织 彩虹的天 就算失望 却不退让 别笑我在空想 虚无飘渺 信有梦想 留待见证 you will when you believe”

采访/秦雪 编辑/王子琦 后制/钟元

Encouraging Songs for Occupy Central in Hong Kong

Many inspiring songs have become popular since the start
of Occupy Central on Sept. 28.
The songs consist of classics as well as newly produced ones,
specially written for the movement.
These songs have become hits in Hong Kong.

Under a vast sky:
The night is bitter cold, the snow is flurrying
My heart is freezing, my mind is wandering
Rushing through the storm, uncertainty surrounded by mist
Between the sky and ocean, will we change in this boundlessness
–No one can escape the changes

This popular old rock song in Hong Kong has many praises:
The old song does sound great to the ear!

‘Under a Vast Sky’ was created by Hong Kong’s famous
rock band, ‘Beyond’, in 1993.
This song has probably never been so significant, till now.

On the evening of Sept. 29, Beyond guitarist Paul, joined
100,000 Hong Kongers in singing this song.
Many were moved to tears. The lyrics speak of everyone’s
mind and soul.

Under A Vast Sky:
Forgive my passion for freedom, and the untamed heart
Even someday I am also frightened, I could fall hard.

Everyone has a choice to betray their beliefs
Even someday I have nothing but you, I wouldn’t be scared

‘Under A Vast Sky’ is perhaps the most sung song
in the movement.
It declares the determination of Hong Kong people
to embrace freedom.
The revival of this classic rock tune has quickly caught on
and is sung throughout all of Hong Kong!

Guangzhou artist He Guoquan: “It reflects the aspirations
of the people, not just in Hong Kong, but also the mainland.
It is not just Hong Kong, mainlanders also want it,
the wonderful ‘vast sky’.
Freedom, that’s what people want.

Beyond’s songs speak to us and to the social civilization.
Their lyrics are just great."

Beyond’s other song, ‘The Glorious Years’, is also chosen
as one of the inspiring theme songs in the Occupy Central.

The Glorious Years:
Today there is only the remains of a shell
To welcome the glorious years

Holding fast to freedom in the wind and rain.
A lifetime of loss and struggle
Believing in one’s ability to change the future
Who else can accomplish this?

Peace and love delivered in the song interprets truthfully
and honestly the Umbrella Revolution.
For there are struggle and hope,
and there are strength and courage
that they believe they can change the future.

Meng Yachun, a Beijing football club manager: “It is very exciting.
The Glorious Years was written for Nelson Mandela.
His lifelong pursuit of freedom fits well with the struggle
in Hong Kong right now.
I think Hong Kong people are now awakening. They are suffering,
suffering from their ideals and their freedom.
Hong Kong has been taken over by the Communist
for a very long time."

Hold Up Your Umbrella:
Standing at the front, courage can’t be dispersed.
For fear will only diminish life
Who is willing to see through the absurd?
And who – through the smoke of tears –
is willing to keep her eyes open?

This ‘Hold Up Your Umbrella’ is another song written in 48 hours
by famous songwriter Lam Chik, Pan, and singers such as
Denise Ho and Anthony Wong.

In a day, more than 10,000 people watched this Youtube clip.
Best Actress Deanie Ip also joined in with the singing.
Hold Up Your Umbrella:
Hold up our umbrellas, hold up our hands, holding on
Together, we’ll be brave, fight for what’s ours, right?

Let the brutal rain fall, our spirit has not flailed
Each umbrella is a bloom, a flower
It doesn’t wilt, it doesn’t disperse

This youtube clip was made with street images of pepper spray,
tear gas, tears, and umbrellas during the protest.
Many readers commented, “very gentle but very stern song",
“people moved to tears."

Who Has Not Voiced:
I ask who has not voiced
If not now, but when to save my city.

With the born right and the mastering heart
I ask who is silent to this misfortune

This re-lyrical Cantonese version was adapted from
‘Do You Hear the People Sing?’ of musical ‘Les Miserables’.
The originally made musical of 1832 protests in France, has
enhanced the Hong Kong movement with the integrity of history.
Various versions of the song such as by child, female singer,
and MV have created a wave of viewers online.

Other songs such as the Umbrella Blossom,
I promise you an umbrella, Stand Strong, When You Believe,
and so forth, warm the hearts and souls of the people
in the fight for democracy.

you will when you believe
When You Believe:
Knitting with umbrella, sky of rainbow
Even when let down, will not return.

Do not laugh at the dream, drifty and vain
Believe in the dream, long in our witness,
You will when you believe

Interview/QinXue Edit/Wang Zhiqi Post-Production/ZhongYuan

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