Humanistic Concern in Chinese Minority Music in the Humanistic Context


There are many minorities in China, and fifty-six minorities have jointly created a splendid and colorful cultural treasure house in China. As an indispensable part of China’s cultural connotation, music determines the important value and significance of music culture. Based on the differences of territories and customs among different minorities, a variety of minority music styles have been formed. The distinctive musical styles expand and extend the breadth and dimension of China’s music field, which are also the side reflect of different humanistic connotations. This paper takes Chinese minority music as the core of discussion, takes humanistic concern as the breakthrough point and starting point, and tries to study the humanistic concern in Chinese minority music from the aspects of humanistic elements and humanistic complex.


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