李泰祥_台灣本土音樂家之影音典藏 bg_2  
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1941-1970
1971-1980
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
      
1981-1990
1991-2000
2001-Until Now
1971 (30 years old)

‧The eldest daughter Li Bear was born.
‧Listened to contemporary/ modern music speech with Hsu, Po-Yun at United States Information Service, and changed the direction of composition. Developed “71 Music Festival” with Yeh, Wei-Lien, H.T. Chen (Hsueh-Tung Chen), Koo, Chung-Kuang, and Ling Ming-sheng, to be the birth of Taiwan avant-garde music across the times.
‧Served as the chief conductor of Taipei Symphony Orchestra, and the conductor of TTV Symphony Orchestra.
‧Published “Three Chapters of Revolution.”

1972 (31 years old)
‧Formed a quartet with German Professor Wolfram Konig and other people, and they were touring Southeast Asia.
1973 (32 years old)

‧Obtained Rockefeller scholarship in September, and went to the USA to visit at the United States Department of State’s invitation.
‧Entered San Diego Contemporary/ Modern Music Center, University of California to research and study.

1974 (33 years old)

‧Came back to Taiwan at the end of the year, and was hired as the associate conductor of Taiwan Provincial Symphony Orchestra.
‧Served as the first conductor of National Taiwan University Symphony Orchestra.
‧Served as violin teacher in Chinese Culture University to teach students that majored in violin at Ma Hia-Tsiun’s (Ma Xiaojun’s) invitation.
‧Published “Dragon Dance I.”

1975 (34 years old)

‧Left the teaching post of Chinese Culture University, left Taiwan Provincial Symphony Orchestra, and did the full-time job of advertising music composition.
‧Published “Phenomenon.”

1976 (35 years old)

‧“The Sacrifice to God” was rearranged to be the dance drama of “Wu Feng,” and it was performed by the students of National Taiwan Academy of Arts.
‧Held the first “Visions Springing Up from the Tradition” Concert, and performed “The Night of Chinese Folk Songs.”
‧Published “Rain, Zen, Simending.”

1977 (36 years old)

‧Debut of “Song of the Earth.”
‧Debut of “Pure Serene Music” in Tokyo.

1978 (37 year old)

‧Participated and performed in the program of the 3rd Asian New Media, Japan.
‧The album of “Hometown” was the work of his pioneering idea of combining traditional Taiwan folk songs and Chinese folk songs with the syntax of pop music to record and publish.
‧Performed “Recover Destiny” at the second “Visions Springing Up from the Tradition” Concert.

1979 (38 years old)

‧Met Chi, Yu in the ceremony of the second Golden Melody Award.
‧Got the best soundtrack award and the best movie award of Golden Horse Award with “Smile.”
‧The debut of “Three Chapters of Fantasy” at Vlotho World Music Festival in Germany.
‧Performed “Surreal Chant” at the third “Visions Springing Up from the Tradition” Concert.
‧From 1979, six years of his most exuberant creative power had unfolded.

1980 (39 years old)

‧Got the best music award in Panama Film Festival with the movie “To You with Love.”
‧Served as music advisor at Artistic Service Group’s invitation, and composed the opera “Legend of Zhang Qian”(also known as “Tidings of the Han Dynasty”) to make a traveling show with the cooperation of Luguang Artistic Service Group (Luguang means the Honor of the Army).
‧Published “Ji-zi of Yan-ling Hangs up His Sword” and “Worship.”


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