A Comparative Study of Argentine Tango and Chinese Yangge

Qing REN, Fengcai SHI


Tango is the soul of Argentinean, and it is indiscerptible from Argentinean and Argentinean’s culture and history. Chinese Yangge is also the soul of Chinese national culture. Although tango and yangge are in different countries, they have a lot in common. With the development of society, the two similar art forms have dramatic differences in its development. Tango is accepted by the people of all countries, while yangge faces its development obstacles at present. In this paper, we have a brief comparison between yangge and tango and argue that what caused their difference at present.

Key words: Argentinean tango; Chinese yangge; Cultural and artistic features; Comparative study


Argentinean tango; Chinese yangge; Cultural and artistic features; Comparative study

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020120806.1255


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