Investigation Report on Buddhist Ceremony Music in Chongqing Huayan Temple: A Case Study of Chanting Ceremony



Belonging to Rinzai-shu of Chinese Buddhism Zenshu, Chongqing Huayan Temple has enormous attendants to offer incense to Buddha and holds frequent Buddhist ceremonies. Based on the collection on the spot, the paper offers preliminary analysis and research on the Buddhist ceremony procedures and music application in Huayan Temple to probe into the inheritance and features of Buddhist ceremony music in Huayan Temple in the contemporary era.


Huayan Temple; Buddhism; Ceremony music; Investigation report

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