Analysis of the Inheritance and Development of Original Ecology Music

Jin WANG

Abstract


Original ecology music is a hot topic in music and even in the cultural sector in recent years. With the rising and widespread concern of original ecology music, in terms of what original ecology music is, it remains controversial among experts. However, this term has entered into public view through a variety of media spread. China is a country with a broad area and man ethnic groups. With the impact of modern culture, to maintain the scenes of life in original ecology music also preserves more original ecology music. Singing folk songs are a form of life and the singers’ lives are changing over the time. They also have dreams and ideals to pursue, especially in today’s commercial society. When they are the advantages to change and improve their life through their singing, there are no reasons to stop their wishes and actions. Art is beyond life. The reality of art is not equal to the reality of life. Although original ecology music on stage is glamorous, the truth behind this is the rapid loss of original ecology music with time and productive way changing. Only traditions that the nation inherits and enshrines together can make our living meaningful and with dignity. To have its own traditions and be proud of its own traditions is the way to make a nation continuous and growing. To protect our traditions, retain and protect the original ecology is to protect our future.  


Keywords


Original ecology music; Inheritance; Development

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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