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    Title: 客家藝師-賴仁政的客家音樂藝能研究
    Authors: 傅秋英;Fu,Chiu-ying
    Contributors: 客家研究碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 傳統藝術;藝師;客家傳統音樂;文化;客家山歌;Traditional art;artisans;Hakka traditional music;culture;Hakka folk songs
    Date: 2016-01-21
    Issue Date: 2016-03-17 20:37:33 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 摘 要

    ;Traditional art changes over time. Since it originates from people′s everyday life, traditional art is the ancestry of culture. Due to rapid change of today′s world, traditional music and arts has not been able to be kept to their most original form. Therefore, culture music scholars from worldwide have been working vigorously in order to cultivate cultural gems.
    As artisans are the key to preserve traditional arts in Taiwan, the diminish of professionals have led the pass down of music and arts much more difficult, resulting in the vanish of valuable and meaningful traditional culture. Therefore, in order to pass down Hakka culture for the future generations, it is important to cultivate artisans and their craftsmanship from Hakka culture and to preserve their skills with long-term plans.
    The essay discusses Lai Ren Jen, a scholar who has been working to preserve Hakka traditional culture for 33 years, and the main theme of this research is based on his music talent. Through the research, it demonstrate the consistency of Hakka music melody and its tone, hoping more people can understand and appreciate the value of traditional Hakka music and culture.
    Through Lai Ren Jen′s new thinking, the essay wishes to bring a new point of view for all people. The real "tradition" is not rigid nor far from today′s world. The value of arts can only be conserved and acknowledged over time when the spirit and meaning of culture is well respected.
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