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Humanities and Science University Journal № 48 (Philology and Archaeology, World History, Art History), 2019

Using the Unique Sound of National Instruments in Chinese Piano Music (exemplifi ed by Jiang Zuxin suite “Mountain fl owers”)

Cai Zhiyun
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 DOI:https://doi.org/10.25807/PBH.22225064.2019.48.191.196
The multi-timbral compatibility of the piano with other musical 
instruments ensured a harmonious combination between the Chinese 
folk culture and piano music. The latter saw development and dis-
semination of the suites which, on the one hand, bear the traits of 
folk charm, but, on the other hand, use a variety of new techniques. 
Melodic ornaments are special embellishment techniques applied to a 
musical phrase or even a sound, i.e. vibrato, glissando, mordent etc.
Keywords: piano music, national instruments, Chinese composers.
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