Comparison between Taiwan Hakka Music and Meizhou Hakka Music

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  • Jingyi Li

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/hiaad.v4i3.04

Keywords:

Hakka Music, Musical Forms and Tunes, Lyrical Themes, Singing Styles, Inheritance and Innovation

Abstract

By analysing the differences and commonalities between Hakka music in Taiwan and Hakka music in Meizhou, the musical forms, tunes, lyrical themes, and singing styles, as well as the inheritance and innovation of the two, are analysed in depth. These findings allow for a better understanding of the development trajectories of these two types of Hakka music in different geographical and cultural contexts. The results help deepen the knowledge of Hakka cultural diversity and provide valuable references for cultural preservation, inheritance, and development. Despite some limitations of the study, it provides a basis for future research to explore Hakka music in depth.

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Published

01-12-2023

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How to Cite

Li , J. (2023). Comparison between Taiwan Hakka Music and Meizhou Hakka Music. Highlights in Art and Design, 4(3), 11-16. https://doi.org/10.54097/hiaad.v4i3.04