Chen Yi and her Influence on Music in China

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Chen Yi and her Influence on Music in China
To be able to comprehend how Chen Yi, one of the most famous Chinese composers influenced and changed music in China, one should first understand the changes that Chinese music had gone through before, during and after her time. In one of her private interviews, Chen Yi’s answers provided a story of how her music evolved to what it is right now. She stated: “Every work of mine reflects the culture behind me from the people and society” (Lindsey 2002). And this statement supported the necessity to look behind the close doors of the past in order to fully understand the changes in the present.
The Chinese traditional music
China’s music followed a slow and tortuous journey before it was able to...
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