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Characteristics of the Chinese Buddhist music

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Author

Cheng, Sharon H.

Date

2005

Volume

6

Pages

381-385

ISSN

1530-4108

Abstract

The study of music in Buddhism, in my opinion, should be considered scarce in comparison to studies done in other areas of the Buddhism, and that is why this research is vital and covers several aspects i.e. its usages, forms, instruments, and other characteristics. Although it may be minimal, this research is intended to contribute to the field of study in Buddhist Music. I hope to attract more attention to the studies of this subject.