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|Other Titles:||The Analysis of Musical Forms and Characteristics of Zheng Compositions during the Cultural Revolution|
College of Music, NTNU
In the period of the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), the field of Zheng compositions was affected by the policies of the country and society. Composers used western classical music forms or performing techniques from the Western harp to create many Zheng works which were different from Chinese traditional musical forms and instrumentation. These works were not only popular in that period, but also deeply affected the following history of Zheng compositions and musical esthetics. This essay is in three parts: First, “Principles of The Cultural Revolution” and “Title and Material of Zheng Compositions” explains these works through their historical background and consciousness. Second, “Analysis of Works” pursues the individual research of three pieces. Finally, a conclusion addressing the more common music organizations, techniques and characteristics of these woks, and, as an afterward, a discussion of the establishment of general musical style and the influence.
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