Brief Analysis on Independent Creation of National Style of Chinese Piano Music

Shu SU

Abstract


Piano music originated from foreign countries but has its characteristics after integrating into China, so this piano music is called Chinese piano music. The national style of piano music is most unique in the development history of Chinese piano music. With the currently prevailing national style, the national style of Chinese piano music can develop in a long term and more piano music works with unified the spirit and form and their distinct national characteristics can spring up only through continuous innovations and independent creations. In the beginning of 20th century, the course of independent creation was started in Chinese piano music, especially, music works of national style. During the exploration and creation of piano musicians, they ceaselessly integrate national music with the independent creation methods and skills of western music, keep pace with the times and have made breakthrough progress. 


Keywords


Piano music; National style; Independent creation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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