Lingnan Normal University, Guangdong 524048, China
Ritual music in western Guangdong is an important part of the intangible cultural heritage of music in Guangdong province. It is one of the representative music forms in western Guangdong. The ritual music of western Guangdong is of great historical research value and educational value. This paper takes Zhanjiang Nuowu as the research object, and uses musicological research methods to analyze and study the historical origin and musical characteristics of ritual music in western Guangdong, and explore the ontological features of ritual music in western Guangdong. In addition, the author also analyzes and studies the educational function of western Guangdong ritual music, aiming to realize the contemporary inheritance of western Guangdong ritual music through school music education.
Western guangdong, Ritual music, Ontology, Educational function
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