The Survival and Development of Master Yifanjie of the Mulao Nationality in Luocheng County

Authors

  • Meilin Xie

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v4i3.1652

Keywords:

Mulao Yifan Festival, Taoism, Shigong; traditional music.

Abstract

 Shigong is the holder of the music culture of Yifan Festival in Luocheng County. Their existence is very important to the intangible cultural heritage of the Mulam Yifan Festival culture. Shigong's performance is a key part of the inheritance and development of Yifan Festival. The performance of Mulao teachers shows variability with the development of the times, which is a lack for the protection and inheritance of traditional culture, and it is also necessary for Taoist teachers to survive.

References

Pan Qi. General History of the Mulao Nationality [M]. Beijing: Ethnic Publishing House.

Xie Meilin. The sacrificial music of the Mulao Nationality Yifan Festival [J]. Art Review Press, 2016 (5).

Xie Meilin. Investigation report on Yifan Festival in Dawutun [J]. Human Magazine Press, 2016 (2).

Xie Meilin. Music and Identity from the Perspective of Ethnomusicology [J]. The Voice of the Yellow River Publishing House, 2017(3).

Yang Yinliu. Editor-in-chief of "The History of Ancient Chinese Music" [M]. People's Music Publishing House, 1980: 8.19-89.

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Published

19 September 2022

How to Cite

Xie, M. (2022). The Survival and Development of Master Yifanjie of the Mulao Nationality in Luocheng County. International Journal of Education and Humanities, 4(3), 48–50. https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v4i3.1652

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