潮樂傳承





Lam, Cheuk Chi


2016         BSSc. - JOUR


15 Min

SUMMARY

Drum master Lau Fuk Kwong, head of the Hong Kong Chiuchow Music Ensemble, talks about his history of performances. Not only is the drummer a main player of the Ensemble but also the group conductor with a leading role to play. | Lee Tong Yat was raised under strong Chiuchow musical influences and taught himself to play the two-string fiddle, a unique Chiuchow musical instrument. In order to attain a higher level, Tong Yat has decided to become an apprentice. | Fong Wah talks about how she became interested in Chiuchow music. She points out that Chiuchow operas are different from Cantonese ones in that Chiuchow operas have high pitches and that male and female singing styles are similar. In accordance with The Protection of Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention, the government has compiled a list of intangible cultural heritage items. Although Chiuchou music is on the list, music enthusiasts like Fong Wah, Lee Tong Yat and Lau Fuk Kwong still worry that the heritage would be lost someday. According to the Leisure and Cultural Services Department website, the government has organized 23 Chinese opera promotional events over the past 3 years, however, Cantonese operas account for the most numbers...




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