Application of Acoustics Balance of Modern National Orchestra in Practical Training

Yihua YUAN

Abstract


Modern orchestra forms through fusing with western orchestra based on development of China’s traditional national instrument. In the continuous development process, arrangement, composition, instrument and relevant playing modes of modern orchestra have changed. In practical training process, how to fuse and balance various kinds of acoustics of national instrument as well as boost application of national instruments in practical training becomes the first problem of modern orchestra. Modern orchestra owns distinct national features. In the playing process, the key points of national orchestra include acoustics fusion and balance. This paper proceeds with overview of modern national orchestra and analyzes development, current situation and playing of modern national orchestra. Besides, this paper analyzes and handles the balance problem of modern national orchestra as well as effectively promotes development of modern national orchestra.


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Modern orchestra; Acoustics balance; Practical training; Application

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