中图分类号：J607.0 文献标识码：A DOI：10.3969/j.issn1003-7721.2010.03.000
The Change of Impart and Inherit for Fortune-Telling Song Between China and Japan
Abstract: That the Fortune-Telling Song is one of repertoire of qingyue in Nagasake Japan. That the qingyue in Nagasake Japan was evolutionary from the Chinese music, which introduced to Japan by Jin Qinjiang, Lin Dejian and others in the early of 19th Century, and it had a close relationship with Chinese folk music. Through investigation of music materials of “music in Ming and Qing Dynasties” collection in the Nagasaki city library as well as the Collection of Chinese Folk Songs, Collection of Chinese Quyi (Folk Art Forms) Music, Collection of Chinese Traditional Opera Music in China, the paper collected the musical notation of “Fortune-Telling Song” existed both in China and Japan, got known their changing situation of impart and inherit, compared the music with the text and reviewed on their relations as well.
Key Words: Chinese folk music, qingyue in Nagasaki Japan, fortune-telling song, change of impart and inherit