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Northwestern University

Publication Date

Fall 2012

Program Name

China: Language, Cultures, and Ethnic Minorities

Abstract

The song and dance traditions of the Tibetan peoples of Diqing Prefecture are numerous and varied. Of these traditions, Guozhuang is cited as one of the oldest and most centrally traditional pieces of folk heritage. However, Guozhuang varies even within Diqing Prefecture. This paper addresses the basic form and structure of Guozhuang as well as variations between Benzilan and Shangri-la Guozhuang, two places separated not only by geographical distance but also the encroachment of development on traditional culture.

Disciplines

Ethnomusicology | Music | Music Performance | Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures | Social and Cultural Anthropology

 
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Appendix 1 Dinuo Wedding Sound Map and Sheet Music

du Breuil Appendix 2 Trinyi House Building Sound Map and Sheet Music.doc (143 kB)
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du Breuil Appendix 3dot2 Benzilan Guozhuang Sound Map.doc (84 kB)
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du Breuil Appendix 3dot2 Benzilan Music.docx (1639 kB)
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du Breuil Appendix 5, 6 and 7 Itinerary, Reflection and Suggestions for Future Study.doc (33 kB)
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Recording 1_ Wedding, Trinyi Village.MP3 (46031 kB)
Recording 1: Wedding, Trinyi Village

Recording 2_ House Building Celebration, Trinyi Village.MP3 (62645 kB)
Recording 2: House Building Celebration, Trinyi Village

Recording 3_ House Building Celebration, Benzilan.MP3 (54030 kB)
Recording 3: House Building Celebration, Benzilan.

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