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Exploration of Taiwan Traditional Percussion Music and Self Music Composition
Traditional Taiwanese Music
Bei-Guan Music in Taiwan's traditional music has a pivotal status in Taiwan. It appears in major temple fairs or weddings and funerals in Taiwan, and is close to the daily life of Taiwanese people. However, there are very few people who know Taiwan's traditional music. Taiwan Traditional music development has a long history, and can be roughly divided into two major systems. Bei-Guan Music and Nan-Guan Music, Bei-Guan Music, pan-tone sound (tube), which are introduced into Taiwan are collectively called Bei-Guan Music, and there are gongs and drums in the Bei-Guan instrumental music. Music, advocacy, aria, and Kunqu (fine music), the opera is divided into random play, ancient road opera, new road opera, immortal opera. Before the 1960s, the drama of the random play class was the opera of the Bei-Guan. Because the gongs and drums and drumming of the Bei-Guan were more enthusiastic and exciting, it was cited as a band for lively occasions. This article is divided into: the first chapter introduction, explaining the motivation of the research, the literature discussion and review, the research scope and structure, and the definition of terms; the second chapter is the application of percussion in Bei-Guan music, because The development of percussion music and percussion is similar. Therefore, the author will study and analyze the percussion music and percussion in the Bei-Guan Music together. The percussion musicin and percussion in the third section will discuss percussion music in percussion. In chapter three, the author selects percussion music from Taiwan composers' works or quotes materials from Taiwan’s traditional music for analysis and discussion. In chapter four, the author applies percussion music in the Bei-Guan Music discussed in this article and applies it to his own works. Hopelly I can mention the students' passion for Taiwan’s traditional music. From this study, the author tries to understand the application of percussion in Ping-Ju and Bei-Guan, strengthens the author's skills in percussion, and can combine Taiwan’s traditional music with modern composition techniques, which is the focus of this thesis.
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