Thoughts on the Inheritance and Development of China’s National Vocal Music Art in the New Era
With the collision of Chinese and Western cultures, Chinese traditional culture and Western culture often present an opposite situation. At present, the most important problem is how to balance the relationship between the two cultures. Chinese national vocal music art is an important part of Chinese traditional culture. For the continuous development of Chinese culture, the development of national vocal music is also a key factor. Therefore, starting with the rich and colorful art of national vocal music in China, this paper discusses the problems existing in the current development of national vocal music, and puts forward measures on how to inherit and carry forward national vocal music in the new period.
Keywords:National vocal music, Artistic inheritance, National art
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