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|Title:||Cheng Kok-kong's oral history interview||Other Title:||鄭國江訪談實錄||Authors:||鄭國江
The Cheng Kok-kong’s Oral History Interview project is an extension of the "Cheng Kok-kong’s Lyric Manuscript Collection" to recall the stories behind the lyric manuscripts. The project includes interview recordings with Mr. Cheng Kok-kong at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Library, and it aims at enriching the content of the Manuscript Collection. The interview recordings are divided in to six categories, including “Becoming a Lyricist”, “Creations and Inspirations”, “Characteristics of Lyrics”, “The Inspirational Lyricist”, “Songs for Children” and “Cheng Kok-kong’s Lyric Manuscript Collection”. The content of the recordings includes how Cheng had become a lyricist, background of some of his lyrics, lyric-writing culture of local pop music, and Cantopop history in Hong Kong.
China -- Hong Kong
Lyric writing (Popular music)
|Publisher:||Pao Yue-kong Library, Hong Kong Polytechnic University||Journal:||PolyU Open Educational Resources Portal|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Educational Resources|
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