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Discussion on the “Localization” Singing Technique Transformation of Opera in the Background of Chinese Culture

Authors
  • Gong, Ni
Journal
Review of Educational Theory
Publisher
Bilingual Publishing Co
Volume
2
Issue
1
Identifiers
DOI: 10.30564/ret.v2i1.221
Source
Bilingual Publishing
Keywords
License
Green

Abstract

Opera has been developed in China for more than a hundred years as an “imported product” in the West. But the deep-rooted traditional ideas and the artistic aesthetics accumulated over thousands of years have also given the opera a new youth in China. Among them, the most affected area is singing technique. As one of the most intuitive external performance features of opera, singing technique has been the most affected by “localization” and has created a unique singing method belonging to China. Of course, this method is not formed in one fell swoop. The purpose of this paper is to explore the process of “localization” of opera singing technique in the context of Chinese culture, and to demonstrate it completely from the forms, methods, ideas and systems of change, so as to apply the theory more deeply to practical singing and teaching.

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