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Ethnography Video of Qiang Traditional Music

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1107141, PP. 1-16

Subject Areas: Public Policy, Anthropology

Keywords: Music, Video, Qiang, Tradition, Ethnography

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This article briefly introduces the concept of music ethnography video and the 1st China Music Ethnographic Film Exhibition in Shanghai in 2019 and selects eight Qiang traditional music ethnography video works for evaluation, which are The Call of Erma: Folk Songs Chapter, Collect Folk Songs in Qiang mountain (with 3 DVDs), The Call of Erma: Qiang Flute Chapter, Qiang flute: cloud fly phoenix dance Leaving Flute Sound, The Call of Erma: Shibi Chapter, Silent and Lost Shibi, The Sky of Divine Nature, Ode to Sa Lang. These works are vivid chapters in the history of the Qiang traditional music ethnography video. It is of great historical and practical significance to better understand the Qiang traditional music culture and to produce more classic video of Qiang traditional music.

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Li, X. (2021). Ethnography Video of Qiang Traditional Music. Open Access Library Journal, 8, e7141. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1107141.

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