3 the region of origin is rural china 4 this would be

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3. The region of origin is Rural China. 4. This would be classified as classical. 5. Liao Shengjing composed this song and Hsu Shuo-Wen performed this song. 6. The piano is played in this song. 7. The target audience is socialist of China. 8. The story of this song shows a happy village scene and a positive image of life under socialism. CD 2 Track #17 1. The name of this piece is “Pasibutbut” which means “Prayer for a Rich Millet Harvest.” 2. This is under the traditional genre. 3. The region of origin is Taiwan. 4. This would be classified as traditional. 5. This song was performed by villagers of Mingde, Taiwan.
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6. Different ranges of voices are in this song. The timbre is mainly steady and semitone at parts. The voices never let the music be completely silent. 7. The target audience is the Sky God, Dehanin. 8. The point of the song is for it to be a prayer to Dehanin. The Bunun village men are praying to the Sky God that they have a good, fertile, and rich harvest for the New Year. It is sung by six or more men standing in a circle with their hands around one another and robes and headbands in their hair while singing. The song
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