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Significance of Music Technology to Huacun Dance Choreography in Intangible Cultural Heritage

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DOI: 10.23977/artpl.2021.020714 | Downloads: 3 | Views: 456

Author(s)

Wan Zhanzhan 1, Li Jia 2

Affiliation(s)

1 Zhan Yi Dance Training School, Yanzhou District, Jining, Shandong, China
2 College of Music, Shanxi Normal University, Shanxi, China

Corresponding Author

Wan Zhanzhan

ABSTRACT

With the rapid development of modern music technology, the ever-changing music technology has a subtle influence on the structure and arrangement of dance creation and choreography in the process of dance creation and choreography. Take the intangible traditional Huazhu dance in Yanzhou District, Jining City, Shandong Province. Our original traditional choreography is not combined with modern music technology, so the old choreography can only be based on the inheritance of old folk artists and folk self-entertainment. The old music has no innovation, but it is now combined with modern MIDI technology. With development, breakthroughs and innovations have been made in the creation and arrangement of Huacun Dance, which has added a touch of the new color to our intangible cultural heritage dance.

KEYWORDS

Intangible cultural heritage, flower stick dance, music technology, dance creation

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Wan Zhanzhan, Li Jia, Significance of Music Technology to Huacun Dance Choreography in Intangible Cultural Heritage. Art and Performance Letters (2021) 2: 99-103. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/artpl.2021.020714.

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