In this present world telling about music stands beyond imagination. Presence of music can be found in every activities of human life. Musicians round the globe are on an express highway to alter their music to attract more and more music lovers round the globe.Hakka music is not different from the scene.
Hakka music can be said as music of Taiwan. Hakka music or hakka singing is referred as ‘Nine Accents and Eighteen Melodies’ as a result of great variety of Hakka songs. Nine accents include Halu, Raoping, Szihsian, Meihsian, Lufeng, Songkou, Guangna, Guangdong and Guangxi. Eighteen melodies include pingban, laoshange, shangezi, siliange, shibamo, bingzige, jianjianhua, taohuakai, chuyi zhao, shangshancaicha, naowugeng, guanziren, songjinchai, kuliniang, xishoujin, dahaitang, maijiu, taohau guodu and xiixiangbao melodies..
Hakka folk music has a history of more than thousand years. Initially their music included droning tunes hummed to express their feeling. Later this humming was accompanied by the sounds of shoulder poles, boat sculling, chopping trees, walking to express emotions or to communicate with the people in the other side of a river or a mountain. These are gradually transformed in to melodies. So, Hakka songs really reflect their life in which they are interested.
Mountain songs are famous in Hakka music. There are three types of mountain songs which are laoshange, pingban and shangezi. The singer of mountain song can create or arrange lyrics to any songs which sees fit. Most of the Hakka mountain songs have seven characters per stanza.
One of the distinct characteristics of Hakka folk music is that they are frequently extemporaneous in nature whether they sung in duet or by an individual. These are not only a lib pieced pack with wonderful profound wisdom and metaphors, but also are adhering to the rules of tone.
With the flow of time these beautiful and simple tones or lyrics of Hakka music are perfectly mixed up with the modern sounds. These increased the popularity of hakka music in a rocket speed. Yu Min Heng and Deng Yu Xian have taken Hakka music to mainstream of music. Yu Min Heng is said as the father of Taiwanese music and he brought Taiwanese music to new heights.
Internet has brought this excellent stunning Hakka music for the music lovers round the globe. It has opened the hidden magical pot of Hakka music to all music lovers. Music lovers got stunned with the beauty of Hakka music when it is exposed. Yes, you can also taste the fragrance of Hakka folk music and mountain music sitting in the comfort of your room.
Just turn on the computer and search for Hakka music. You can find countless Hakka music sites smiling at you with in a pulse time. Most of the sites offer your favorite Hakka music sites for free of cost while some demands for some registration fees. It is better to prefer free Hakka music downloading sites. Make a separate folder in the desktop and download your favorite Hakka music tracks. Turn on your speakers and get poured in the fragrance of Hakka music.