A Comparison of the Origin and Development of Chinese and European Musics

Jia JING

Abstract


This article explain the relationship among the Chinese language tone, music and philosophy and compare them with European music theory forms. This article studies the way how Chinese classical music has gained great achievements which have a great impact on European artists’ attitude change to Chinese musicians. This article tries to allow European people to understand the origin of Chinese music and the ideological origin of Chinese musicology through studying the origin of ancient Chinese music.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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