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This article seeks to scrutinize the reasons and factors for the transformation and evolution of Heze String Music. Changes in the practice of Heze String Music as observed by both cultural bearers and the younger generation of Heze string players can significantly contribute to sculpting the future trajectory of Heze String Music. The article's analysis can inform cultural policy and heritage conservation efforts. Recognizing the factors driving changes in Heze String Music may guide policies to support the continued vitality of this tradition, including education initiatives, funding support, and other cultural sustainability measures. This qualitative study employs methodologies including participant observations and interviews. The research is further enriched by the compilation and collection of audio and video recordings, historical records, concert programs, news articles, musical scores, images of musical instruments, and other significant print materials. This article reveals that the transformation and evolution of Heze String Music have been significantly influenced by sociocultural transformations, cross-genre interactions, education, economic, and technological advancements.
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