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China 4 ¡ Popular Music
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Popular Music ¡ 1930s Shanghai – rise of Chinese popular music ¡ in tandem with the rise of China’s film industry ¡ Zhou Xuan (~1920-1957) ¡ “Blooming Flowers and Full Moon” ¡ 1949 Peoples Republic of China (P.R.C) est. ¡ popular music industry shifts to Hong Kong and Taiwan ¡ 1980s gradual return of market economy in the P.R.C. ¡ concurrent rise of popular music industry in the mainland  (PRC)
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Chinese Rock Pioneers  (P.R.C) ¡ xibei feng  style ( northwest   wind”)  ¡ rough vocal timbre.
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Unformatted text preview: ¡ early beginnings of Chinese rock influenced singers like Cui Jian ¡ Cui Jian ( ? ? ) ¡ revered rock star, songwriter ¡ “Nothing to my name” ( ? ? ? ? )” became anthem in 1989 student protest, Tian An Men square, Beijing ¡ Cui Jian interview ¡ ? ? ? ? 1980s-90s MandoPop and CantoPop ¡ Mandopop – Taiwan ¡ sing in Mandarin ¡ Qi Qin ? ? ¡ ? ? ? ? ? ¡ ? ¡ Qi Yu ? ? ¡ ? ? ? ? ? ? ¡ ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ¡ Cantopop – Hong Kong...
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