中图分类号：J609.2 文献标识码：A DOI：10.3969/j.issn1003-7721.2013.01.000
“Yellow Music”: Historical Interpretation on the Vocabulary Come Out Modern Times
Abstract: The author did not agree the saying popular around academic circle that vocabulary of “yellow music” used by Nie Er at first. In fact, the words appeared and fashioned in 1940s, and had close relation to the original source “Yellow”, which can refer to pornographic nature in Chinese culture; it presented an individual style in a field of musicology. After the People’s Republic of China founded, with the social environment and conceptions changing, the connotation of “yellow music” continuous adjustment, and its socialization degree kept on deepening, which reflect the interaction relationship between the new vocabulary and reality of social.
Key Words: Huangse Yinyue (literal translations: yellow music, it was a label used to describe early generations of Chinese popular music in Shanghai, China during the 1920s to 1940s as a reference to pornography.), connotation, historical interpretation, Nie Er (1912~1935)