Chaohu folk songs
Chaohu Folk Song, the local traditional music of Chaohu City, Anhui Province, is one of the national intangible cultural heritage.
On May 20, 2006, Chaohu Folk Songs were approved by the State Council of the People's Republic of China to be included in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage lists. Number: II-6.
Chaohu City is located in the middle of Anhui Province, surrounded by the Jianjiang River and lake. It has the site of "Hexian ape man" 3.4 million years ago, which proves that it was once one of the birthplaces of Chinese culture. Folk songs of Chaohu Lake, accompanied by the ancient history of Chaohu Lake, have undergone a simple and complex, single and diverse evolution process, and have been sung to this day.
Chaohu folk songs are composed of chants, folk songs and minors, which are of complete variety and rich in content.
The representative repertoires of Chaohu folk songs include "Aunt Sister to Flower", "Yelling Yangge", "Sister Liu", "Fear the Eagle" and so on.
Inheritance and protection
The study of the history of Chaohu folk songs can explore the trace of Chaohu's historical changes, which has far-reaching historical significance. To some extent, the study of the subject matter and genre characteristics of Chaohu folk songs can promote the study of Anhui folk songs history and Chinese folk music history. Chaohu folk song is a popular art form among Chaohu people. It is of great practical significance to inherit and carry forward Chaohu folk song to enrich the cultural life of the people.
Li Jialian, female, Han nationality, April 2018, Li Jialian was selected as the fifth batch of national intangible cultural heritage project representative successors list, declared area: Chaohu City, Anhui Province.
In October 2010, Juchao District held the 9th Chaohu Folk Song Concert - "Renpu Cup" Juchao Folk Song Concert and the 61st Anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. Through this concert, the purpose of the concert is to vigorously inherit the Neighbor Folk Song, explore new works, let the Neighbor Folk Song develop in inheritance and development, and further promote the rapid development of Chaohu Folk Song.
In March 2013, the Chaohu Municipal People's Government set up the Chaohu Folk Songs Research Institute in Chaohu, which absorbed a group of old, middle-aged and young literary and artistic workers and experts who sang and studied Chaohu Folk Songs.
On the evening of November 7, 2017, Chaohu Folk Song Concert, one of the sub-activities of Hefei Branch of Shanghai International Art Festival of China, sang at Hefei Theatre. At the concert, Chaohu Folk Song's provincial inheritor Li Jialian and male singer Lei Yujun sang "Green Wave Rolling in" was adapted from Chaohu traditional Yangko, which was exuberant and full of passion.
On November 8, 2017, the newly created Chaohu folk song "Famous Towns, Colorful Sangbing", composed by Huang Dongsong and Huang Dapeng, was on the "Chinese Voice Music Rank".
On November 22, 2017, the new folk song "Happy Rainy Season" won the third prize of variety Arts in the third joint exhibition competition of Hefei Private Academy of Arts and Arts.