The Style Features of Hubei Tujia Folk Songs: Taking Dragon Boat Tune as an Example

Jiefu ZHANG

Abstract


Hubei Tujia folk songs have rich contents. It has obvious ethnic feathers, which fully describe Tujia’s information, including ethnic appearance, psychological feathers and characteristic feathers. Those songs have recorded the development process and life stories of Tujia, as well as historic culture, folk arts and ethnic traditions. In this paper, we analyzed music style feather and singing feather based on Dragonhead Tone, a Hubei Tujia folk song, in order to inherit and develop Hubei Tujia folk songs better.


Keywords


Hubei Tujia; Folk songs; Style; Feather

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8981

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