A Selective Study on Art Songs Composed by Chinese Contemporary Composer Liu Cong

Qianru LI

Abstract


In this article, a nationally renowned Chinese contemporary composer Liu Cong and his representative art songs were introduced. Focuses on Cong Liu’s music style, this analyzes his favorite compositional subjects, his salient tonal languages, and many of his compositional inspirations. Selective art songs composed by Cong Liu were also carefully demonstrated.


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Chinese art song; Liu Cong; Composition

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