To Explore the Singing Skills of the Ancient Poetry Art Song “Night Mooring at Maple Bridge”

Xinming Li


Since modern times, most composers have chosen ancient poetry as their theme for music creation. The author selects an art song “Night Mooring at Maple Bridge” created by the famous composer Mr. Li Yinghai as an example, and analyzes the problems that should be paid attention to and the solutions when singing the art songs of ancient Chinese poetry in combination with his years of practical experience in university singing, so as to provide help for the future vocal music study.


Ancient poetry; Art song; “Maple bridge at night”; Singing skills

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v9i5.2083


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