It has been 246 years since Xibo migrated southerly to Yili of Xinjiang Province. Xibo developed its own traditional music culture through inheritance, renovation, assimilation and compromise with Han, Wei, Hui, Kazak, Russia and other nations. The aim of this chapter is to report an exploration on how ethnical music is inherited in schools’ music education, through a cases study of Xibo school-based music curriculum; collaborative development of music textbooks with the local music faculties; gathering up to 53 folk songs, eight instrumental pieces of Dongbuer, and six dance forms. To a certain extent, these works promotes the heritage of Xibo music culture in school education. Copyright © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
|Title of host publication||Creative arts in education and culture: Perspectives from greater China|
|Editors||Samuel LEONG, Bo Wah LEUNG|
|Place of Publication||Dordrecht|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
CitationYin, A., Bo, Y., & Leung, B. W. (2013). Transmission of Xibo music culture in Northeast China: Development of school-based curriculum. In S. Leong, & B. W. Leung (Eds.), Creative arts in education and culture: Perspectives from greater China (pp. 117-131). Dordrecht: Springer.
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