PhD Griffith University 2011 Pages: 345

Chaozhou Daluogu: Performance, Repertoire, Instruments, Technique, Transmission and Sustainability in an Ancient Chinese Percussion Genre

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Chaozhou daluogu a traditional art form involving percussion, wind and string instruments, which originated in the Chaoshan region, South China. The genre revolves around the dagu , the leading drum and conductor of the ensemble. Chaozhou daluogu is deeply embedded in the regional Chaoshan culture through its connection with what is usually referred to as the youshen (god pageant ceremony‘)...

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