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Research on the Innovation and Development of Minority Music Language -- Taking Bayu Folk Song Language as an Example

Yinmei Zhao


The innovation and development of ethnic minority music language is an important topic that needs continuous attention and exploration. In this study, we take Bayu folk song language as an example to deeply explore the innovation and development of this traditional music language in modern society. As a musical language of ethnic minorities with local characteristics, Bayu folk song language has unique cultural connotation and artistic value. This musical form faces the challenge of inheritance and development. This study probes into the current situation and characteristics of Bayu folk language, and puts forward several strategies and suggestions for innovation and development, aiming to maintain the traditional characteristics of Bayu folk language, inject modern elements, and broaden its expression and influence. Through these innovative development strategies, Bayu folk song language can glow with new vitality and vitality in modern society, realize the inheritance and innovation of traditional music language, and contribute to the diversity and sustainable development of minority music language.


Minority musical language; Innovation and development; Bayu folk songs

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v8i2.13010