Analysis of the Universality of Music from the Cross-cultural Perspective


Abstract


Under the current multicultural system of the world, the analysis of the universality of music is of great significance to the cultivation of a systematic cultural aesthetics, and also provides a good theoretical basis for the progress and development of world culture. The universality of music makes it not only inherited in the process of cultural development, but also communicative in the process of cultural transmission. At the same time, there are also certain limitations between different cultures and individuals. Based on this, this paper studies the aesthetic cultivation of music universality from the cross-cultural perspective, so as to make the development of culture universality more targeted.


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