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On the Singing Styles and Features of Folk Songs in Northern Shaanxi from the Perspective of Driving Livestock

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DOI: 10.23977/jfsst.2021.010710 | Downloads: 2 | Views: 135


Shan Li 1, Lan Hu 1


1 Hunan College for Preschool Education, 415000, Changsha, China

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Shan Li


In a long process of development, Chinese folk music continuously exudes attractive fragrance with its unique national characteristics and charms. As the most basic content in the field of national vocal music, Chinese folk songs include local folk songs and ethnic folk songs, as well as adapted folk songs and newly created folk songs. Rooted in the fertile soil of Chinese folk music, it is closely related to the production and life of the working people, directly reflecting the people's life and spiritual world. The singing of folk songs with a unique national style is the innovation from tradition to modernity, which contributes Chinese folk songs to a shining star on the stage of the world's national music. Northern Shaanxi is the cradle of Chinese folk songs , as well as a place where folk songs gather. It smells the fragrance of the mud on the yellow earth, and flows with the most popular vocabulary and the brightest passion of the descendant of the Yellow River. At present, the folk songs of northern Shaanxi, still retaining its unique charm, are marching toward the world's national music forest with a heroic and passionate posture.


Driving livestock, Folk songs in northern shaanxi, Singing style, Singing features


Shan Li, Lan Hu. On the Singing Styles and Features of Folk Songs in Northern Shaanxi from the Perspective of Driving Livestock. Journal of Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology (2021) Vol. 1: 55-59. DOI:


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