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Study on the Role of Colleges and Universities in the Protection and Inheritance of Xuantan Seedling Pulling Song, an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Luzhou

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DOI: 10.25236/iwacle.2018.066


Xiaona Zhao

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Xiaona Zhao


Seedling Pulling Song in Xuantan of Luzhou, as one of the most representative folk songs, has been included in the Intangible Cultural Heritage List of Sichuan Province. However, the protection and inheritance of the Xuantan Seedling Pulling Song has been in the situation of low efficient development for several years. The inheritance mode of "oral instruction and heart-to-heart communication" has led to a great shortage of inheritors. The high requirements on singing skills increase the difficulty of learning; changes in the national and cultural ecological environment result in the loss of its original cultural form. Based on the teaching practice of the intangible cultural heritage class in local colleges and universities, this paper analyses methods which can effectively combine the provincial intangible cultural heritage of Xuantan Seedling Pulling Song with the music education system and educational resources of local colleges and universities, and studies the way in which the "intangible heritage" music can be protected in a living way on the basis of the educational platform of colleges and universities. In this process, local colleges and universities can also absorb rich nutrients from the resources of "intangible heritage" music, and promote the development of music curriculum construction and relevant scientific researches. The research can not only deepen the reform of music education systems in colleges and universities, but also effectively promote the protection and inheritance of the intangible cultural heritage.


Seedling Pulling Song in Xuantan of Luzhou, Local Colleges and Universities, Protection and Inheritance