On the Chinese Piano Music “Three Variations on the Yang Pass”(yangguan San Die)

Ren-ge HUANG


This paper introduces the produing backguround of the chinese piano music “Three Variations on the Yang Pass”(yangguan San Die), intending to help the player understand the deep meaning and emotion of this ancient chinese classic music.
Key words: produing backguround, meaning, emotion
Résumé: Le présent article introduit le contexte de création de la musique de piano chinoise « Trois Variations sur la passe Yang » (Yangguan San Die), dans le but d’aider le joueur à mieux comprendre la signification profonde et l’émotion de cette ancienne musique classique chinoise.
Mots-Clés: contexte de création, signification, émotion

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720070306.012


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