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《The Western Regions Studies》 2004-01
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A Discussion of the Influences of Non-Han Music on the Society in the TangDynasty

Xu Xuya  
Music from the Western Regions, namely Huyue Music, exerted deep influences on court music, princes and nobilities, and social fashion in the Tang Dynasty. It infiltrated every tier of the society by integrating itself into traditional Chinese 'elegant music' and 'ancient music'. Almost all music forms, from court music and nobilities' feast song to the entertainment enjoyed by common people in the Tang Dynasty, were influenced by the Huyue music. By blending with each other, Huyue music and Han Music, namely traditional Chinese music, formed together a unique Tang Dynasty music culture.
【CateGory Index】: K242
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