Incorporação e inspiração da filosofia de vida chinesa na educação musical tradicional



Educação musical tradicional chinesa, Filosofia de vida chinesa, Harmonia, qi e imagens, Estética musical


Este artigo discute a incorporação da filosofia de vida chinesa na educação musical tradicional chinesa e enfatiza o seu esclarecimento na educação musical tradicional. O ponto de inovação reside no estudo da falta de reflexão sobre a filosofia de vida chinesa na educação musical tradicional. Apresenta como integrar os princípios da filosofia de vida, como “harmonia, Qi e imagens”, no processo específico de educação musical. O processo específico inclui a discussão dos conceitos básicos da educação musical na China antiga e a exploração da aplicação da filosofia de vida à estética musical. Através da concretização filosófica da filosofia de vida chinesa, como a “harmonia entre o céu e o homem” e o trauma interactivo, este artigo enfatiza os aspectos filosóficos da educação musical tradicional, bem como a “harmonia” e “imagens” na estética musical. Finalmente, resume a importância da filosofia de vida na educação musical tradicional chinesa e discute o seu valor potencial e esclarecimento para a educação musical tradicional.

Biografia do Autor

  • Jian Hu, Hunan University of Arts and Science

    Lecturer at School of Music and Dance, Hunan University of Arts and Science, Changde, 415000 - China. ORCID:


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Received: 07/09/2023 – Approved: 14/11/2023 – Published: 18/04/2024



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Incorporação e inspiração da filosofia de vida chinesa na educação musical tradicional. (2024). Trans/Form/Ação, 47(5), e02400152.