The Study of Runqiang in Chinese Folk Music

Xiao-wei LAN

Abstract



Runqiang has the important functions of beautifying, decorating and refining singing styles. This article analyzes the concept of Runqiang, its formation origin and its compositional structures.
Key words: Chinese folk music, Runqiang
Résumé: Le veloutement du ton joue le rôle d’embellir, de décorer, d’enjoliver et de représenter le style. Le présent article effectue une analyse du veloutement du ton sur les plans du concept, de l’origine et de la structure.
Mots-Clés: musique vocale nationale de Chine, veloutement du ton

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720080402.013

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