Cultural Aesthetic Comparison of "Three Singing Methods"


  • Xiaolan Xie


Three Singing Methods, Comparison, Cultural aesthetic


The art of music is an important part of human culture. Vocal music art is closely related to traditional culture. Different social, historical and cultural factors of different nationalities have injected different ideological and cultural connotations into vocal music art. In their respective cultural atmosphere, vocal music art presents very different forms of expression. The traditional cultural concepts and national psychological consciousness formed under different religious backgrounds affect the traditional artistic concepts and the trend of vocal music art, and finally lead to the differences between Chinese and Western vocal music art and cultural aesthetics.


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How to Cite

Xie, X. (2021). Cultural Aesthetic Comparison of "Three Singing Methods". Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 1(2), 15-17. Retrieved from