Spatial Distribution and Formation Mechanism of Chinese Folk Song Cultural Landscape Genes

WANG Fang; FANG Yelin
August 2016
Journal of Landscape Research;Aug2016, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p93
Academic Journal
Polk song as a representative of traditional Chinese folk culture is the expression of landscape culture in a certain regjonal space. According to landscape gene theory, gene structure of folk song cultural landscape was recognized from two dimensions: subject form and cultural environment; and quantitative data were combined to analyze spatial distribution features of folk song cultural landscape genes. According to the analysis, in terms of style, work song is mainly distributed on plains, mountain song is distributed in mountainous areas, and ditty in the eastern watershed of the Yangtze River, in terms of theme, work and production folk songs are mainly distributed in eastern regions with intensive farming, while love and marriage folk songs in regions far away from the Central Plain Culture. Folk song cultural landscape is a result of the interaction between man and geographical conditions, residents in different geographical environments have different perception spaces to create folk songs with regional cultural symbols.


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