Creation of Music Image in Vocal Music Works

Authors:Nathan Kennedy

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Music image is the aesthetic display of music creation. Vocal music works with various elements to create musical images, and finally realize the expression of artistic emotions and ideological goals. This article uses Liu Hegang’s vocal work “Father” as the material, analyzes the shaping of characters in vocal works from four aspects.

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