On Piano Music Xi Yang Xiao Gu and Chinese Culture

Ren-ge HUANG


As the representative work of Chinese piano music, “Xi Yang Xiao Gu” has aroused a lot of research in musical world. This paper tries to study the relationship between this work and the traditional Chinese culture, so as to understand this work better.
Key words: “Xi Yang Xiao Gu” , Chinese piano music, Chinese traditional culture
Résumé: En tant qu’oeuvre représentative de la musique de piano chinoise, Xi Yang Xiao Gu a incité beaucoup de recherches dans le monde musical. Cet essai tente d’étudier les relations entre cette oeuvre et la culture traditionnelle chinoise pour permettre de mieux le comprendre.
Mots-Clés: Xi Yang Xiao Gu, musique de piano chinoise, culture traditionnelle chinoise

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720060203.015


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