On the Aesthetic Practice of the Creation of Chinese Folk Music

Ziyin LIU

Abstract


In the long history of the development, Chinese folk music has formed the cultural spirit of folk music which takes “harmony” as its core, and reflects an inclusive aesthetic feature. This aesthetic feature not only reflects the artistic theoretical innovation of music, but also has long-term impact on the artistic practice of our folk music.


Keywords


Chinese folk music; Aesthetic feature; Artistic practice

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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