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|Other Titles:||A Study on the Basic Problems Regarding Ge Zi Xi Education|
College of Music, NTNU
Ge Zi Xi, a kind of performance art that has over a hundred years of history, and has been part of the formal educational curriculum for eighteen years in Taiwan. However, the cultivation of Ge Zi Xi performers seems to be short in number for local performing groups. The main problem lies in the education of its vocal performance. As with other traditional folk performances, Ge Zi Xi is an integrated performing art, which means it consists of four kinds of performing skills as well as five types of body movement. Among these skills, vocal performance, which is concerned with the manner of singing tunes and ways to manipulate intonation, plays the most crucial role for a professional Ge Zi Xi performer. This performer is also required to master the Min Nan language and its linguistic intonations in order to coordinate this aspect with the song’s melody. Currently the education of vocal performance for a Ge Zi Xi performer is far removed from that in older times, where the education process was conducted specifically between one master and one learner. The educational changes of Ge Zi Xi have caused problems for the cultivation of performers. The research in this study indicates some issues and provides suggestions for future Ge Zi Xi education.
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