On Style Features, Inheritance and Development of Folk Songs in South and North Dong Minority



Due to territorial differences, Dong minority may be divided into South Dong minority and North Dong minority. The form and style of folk songs in two regions are widely different, and they have their respective features. The specific types of folk songs in South Dong minority and North Dong minority are set forth in this paper. From the perspective of modality, tonality, harmony, musical form and rhythm aesthetics, style features of the two are analyzed in a simple manner. Meanwhile, current problems faced by Dong music development are pondered over.


Folk song of Dong minority; South Dong; North Dong; Feature; Inheritance

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7325


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