葉啟俊 — 〈山旮旯OK：大帽山川龍村村民同友好嘅客家歌呀喂！〉
‘Hakkaoke: Hakkanese Songs of Chuen Lung Village, Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong!’ is a Hakkanese album compilation performed by villagers of Chuen Lung Village, a Hakkanese village on Tai Mo Shan, the highest mountain in Hong Kong. The 21 songs include Hakkanese folk songs, originals written and composed by villagers, adaptations from famous Cantonese and Mandarin pop songs, and stories in Hakka culture.
The album stems from the Hong Kong based artist YIP Kai-chun’s Hakkanese karaoke installation ‘Hakkaoke’ in the public art programme ‘Hi! Hill’ in 2018. Hakkanese in Hong Kong is in quick decline, and the youngest Hakkanese speaker in Chuen Lung is already in his 50s. The album does not only tell the stories of the village, but also reflects the contemporary condition of the language in Hong Kong.
The album includes a music CD and a booklet containing lyrics, a map of Chuen Lung Village and anecdotes about the village and the projects.
:D 「牛仔牌」 、「熊家麻」等客家文化、傳說。
14.5 x 13.5 x 1.3 cm
1 CD and 1 Booklet
For Overseas Order
(additional shipping cost is included 含海外郵費)