Aesthetic Implication and Value Orientation of the Piano Classic “Flute and Drum at Sunset”


Abstract


A good piano classic is not only the display of performance skills, but also contains the full emotion of the performer, which has a profound aesthetic implication and positive value orientation, giving the audience the enjoyment of hearing. On the basis of adapting the original ensemble, “Flute and Drum at Sunset” adds the above-mentioned implication, produces a more elegant spiritual pursuit, arouses the audience’s resonance, and thus achieving good results and successful response, becoming a good work.

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