The Discussions of The Original Resources of “Gua-Kang” Puppet Music： Case Study of Hua Ron Daw by I Wan Jan Peppet Theatre
|Keywords:||外江;台灣布袋戲音樂;李天祿;亦宛然;Xi Qu music;Gua-Kang||Issue Date:||2009||Abstract:||
Popular in the southern part of Fu-Ckien province during the reign of Emperor Gia-Chin, puppet shows came with the immigrants to Taiwan around the mid-Ching Dynasty and then took root to become one of the most prominent Taiwanese traditional drama. The Xiqu music of Taiwanese traditional puppet shows has been generally categorized into Nanguan, Bei Guan, and Gua-Kang puppet show and so on. As one type of the traditional classic puppet shows’ music, Gua-Kang displaying the performing skills of the artists and the characteristics of the genre reflects the response of the audience at that time. However, related studies have been seldom done up to now. This thesis tries to explore the content and the style of Gua-Kang by the case of Hwa-Ron-Daw, a piece of work in northern Taiwan by I Wan Jan, Lee’s puppet show theatre. Aiming to trace the puppet shows’ using of Chinese opera and their development, it hopes to reveal the details of Gua-Kang and examine Taiwanese traditional puppet shows’ music of Gua-Kang.
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