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Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2021, 4(2); doi: 10.25236/AJHSS.2021.040202.

Observing the Spirit of Ambition and Sentiment in the Ritual and Music Culture from "The Book of Songs•Xiaoya•Luming"


Huiling Lo1,*

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Huiling Lo

1 College of Liberal Arts, Huzhou University, Huzhou 313000, China

*Corresponding Author


"The Book of Songs" is a bright mirror of the Zhou Dynasty society and the earliest collection of poems in our country, reflecting that rituals and music are an important part of social, political and cultural activities in ancient China. It is not only the norm of human life behavior and customs, but also the reflection and reflection of the social civilization at that time. The banquet poems in "The Book of Songs" mainly praised and strengthened the patriarchal blood relationship between the nobles in the Zhou Dynasty, established the ritual and music system of the aristocratic class and the moral customs of the nobles, included in "Xiaoya", and is an important product of the ritual and music culture of the Zhou Dynasty section.This article tries to observe the spirit of ambition brought out by the ritual and music culture in "Luming", and explores the important connection between ritual and will, pleasure and emotion.


The Book of Songs; Xiaoya; Luming; Li Yue; Ambition and emotion

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Huiling Lo. Observing the Spirit of Ambition and Sentiment in the Ritual and Music Culture from "The Book of Songs•Xiaoya•Luming". Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences (2021) Vol. 4, Issue 2: 5-8. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJHSS.2021.040202.


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