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Archaeological evidence indicates that music culture developed in China from a very early period. China can also refer to dance as music and dance were considered integral part of the whole, and its meaning can also be further extended to poetry as well as other art forms and rituals. Chinese philosophers took varying approaches to music. To Confucius, a correct form of music is important for the cultivation and refinement of the individual, and the Confucian system considers the formal music yayue to be morally uplifting and the symbol of a good ruler and stable government.
In ancient China the social status of musicians was much lower than that of painters, though music was seen as central to the harmony and longevity of the state. Almost every emperor took folk songs seriously, sending officers to collect songs to record the popular culture. One of the Confucianist Classics, The Classic of Poetry, contained many folk songs dating from 800 BC to about 400 BC. Solitary Orchid, composed during the 6th or 7th century, but has also been attributed to Confucius. Through succeeding dynasties over thousands of years, Chinese musicians developed a large assortment of different instruments and playing styles. The presence of European music in China appeared as early as 1601 when the Jesuit priest Matteo Ricci presented a Harpsichord to the Ming imperial court, and trained four eunuchs to play it. The New Culture Movement of the 1910s and 1920s produced a great deal of lasting interest in Western music.
A number of Chinese musicians returned from studying abroad to perform Western classical music, composing work hits on Western musical notation system. Symphony orchestras were formed in most major cities and performed to a wide audience in the concert halls and on radio. In Shanghai, a popular genre of music called shidaiqu emerged in the 1920s. Shidaiqu is a fusion of Chinese and Western popular music, and Li Jinhui is considered to be founder of the genre. After the 1942 Yan’an Forum on Literature and Art, a large-scale campaign was launched in the Communist controlled areas to adapt folk music to create revolutionary songs to educate the largely illiterate rural population on party goals. The music would progress into Chinese rock, which remained popular in the 1990s.
Annual events such as the Midi Modern Music Festival in Beijing attracts tens of thousands of visitors. There was also the “Snow Mountain Music Festival” in Yunnan province 2002. Today, rock music is centered on almost exclusively in Beijing and Shanghai, and has very limited influence over Chinese society. Wuhan and Sichuan are sometimes considered pockets of rock music culture as well. It points to a significant cultural, political and social difference that exist between China, the West, or even different parts within China. Several foreign acts have done overseas tours in China and multiple concerts including Beyonce, Eric Clapton, Nine Inch Nails, and Avril Lavigne.