A Discussion on the Evolution of Tune Jixianbin and Corresponding Aesthetic Characters

Rui WANG

Abstract


Cultural “conscious” affects innovational development of art style and form imperceptibly. It is a typical example of the close link between Chinese music tunes and literature. It expresses profound connotation of traditional Chinese music and self-renewal of the inherent potential. In the process of development, its folk property, spreading channels and a variety of elements lead to constantly evolved origin of Jixianbin. All the music features in tune, style and even the name have changed. According to history and current reality, it is able to know spirits such as “Qin, Qi, Ge” of Jixianbin. Due to the specific requirements of different time and space, there are different aesthetic characteristics.

Keywords


Traditional music; Tune; Jixianbin

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9405

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