Spiritual Inheritance: A Case Study of Henan Opera
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Keywords

Chinese opera
Henan opera
Spiritual inheritance
Systematic approach

DOI

10.26689/jcer.v5i9.2531

Abstract

Despite many scholarly debates on Chinese opera, the study of how opera hit rock bottom remains scarce. Therefore, this article addresses this reason through a case study of Henan Opera. Informed by a systematic approach, there have been various improvements, good and bad criticisms, as well as affirmations in regard to opera. The lack of the Chinese opera spirit is the root of the difficulties in the development of Chinese opera.

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