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A Research on Musical Arts of Cheng Rom-Shing
Opera styles such as Taiwanese Pei-Kuan, Hakka Pa-Yin, Hakka Opera, Tea picking opera and Taiwanese Opera make up the main stream of cultural interaction between people of diverse backgrounds. This thesis focuses on the culture preservation of Hakka Pa-Yin and Hakka Opera's performance, inheritance and educational system. This thesis is dedicated to Porf. Cheng Rom-Shing, who is a prominent figure in the field of preservation of Hakka culture. It also discusses his family's connection with traditional art and culture. This thesis consists of three sections. The first section focuses on the important families' background, the circumstances they were in, and the way they ran the traditional music industry. It further discusses Prof. Chang Rom-Shing's musical background and up-bringing as well as the forms and status of early performances of traditional music. The second section reviews the artistic attainment of tradition music. It documents Cheng Rom-Shing's composition as well as instrumental performances of traditional music. Using Miao-Li Chen Family Pei-Kuan Pa-Yin Group as an example, to analyze the artistic value and development of Hakka Pa-Yin compared to the Three role tea-picking opera and Rom-Shing Hakka Opera Group. The third section discusses the academic and educational accomplishments of Porf. Cheng Rom-Shing. Deep analysis of the persistence, spirit and methods of artistic inheritance and education from books and thesis by Prof. Cheng Rom-Shing. The conclusion connects and compares Prof. Cheng Rom-Shing with other musical artists, scholars, pedagogues and proprietors to reach a final statement.
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