Intangible Sense of Ethnic Music in Colleges and Universities under the Multimedia Teaching Mode


Abstract


Intangible cultural heritage is the result of the development of human history and culture. The people of all ethnic groups have been handed down from generation to generation. It is the spiritual crystallization of human civilization activities through continuous accumulation, which fully demonstrates the long-standing spiritual outlook and is terroir of a country with a nation and a region. As an indispensable part of the traditional music culture teaching in colleges and universities, the national music education has been paid attention to. This paper takes the reform strategy of college music multimedia teaching mode from the perspective of intangible cultural heritage as the object, and studies the new mode of multimedia music teaching in colleges and universities under the consciousness of “intangible cultural heritage.”

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