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駱維道 LOH I-To 音樂學家、宗教音樂家 返回

駱維道,牧師、作曲家、民族音樂學者,1936年生於臺北淡水。駱維道於求學時期隨父親駱先春牧師在臺灣各地進行傳教工作,萌生教會音樂在地化理念,致力於聖詩在地化及臺灣音樂研究。他兩次赴美留學,獲得協和神學院教會音樂碩士及加州大學洛杉磯分校音樂哲學博士。長年任教於亞洲聖儀與聖樂學院及臺南神學院,並於臺灣及亞洲各地進行音樂採集,匯編有 New Songs of Asian Cities(亞洲都市新歌)、Hymns from the four winds(四方聖詩)、Sound the Bamboo(響竹)等曲集。

LO I-To, born in Tamsui in 1936, is a pastor, composer, and ethnomusicologist. Raised in a Christian family, LO accompanied his father, Pastor LOH Hsien-Chun, to conduct missions in Taiwan since his teenage years. He consequently developed the idea of localizing church music and then dedicated himself to Taiwanization of hymns and to the research of Taiwanese music. He traveled to the US twice, where he received the Master's degree in music from the Union Theological Seminary in New York and the PhD in ethnomusicology from the University of California, Los Angeles. After returning to Asia, he taught at Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music, Manila and Tainan Theological College while conducting fieldwork to collect music in Taiwan and in other regions of Asia. His publications include ‘New Songs of Asian Cities,’ ‘Hymns from the Four Winds,’ and ‘Sound the Bamboo: CCA Hymnal 2000.’