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Folk songs and choirs are both ways of presenting musical works, and the participating groups of these two forms of music are more inclined towards grassroots people, recording the characteristics of people's lives and times. It carries the inheritance and historical evolution of cultural values in its development process. This article will analyze the development history and presentation methods of folk songs and choirs, as well as their recording patterns of culture and history. It will also explore the cultural value inheritance and historical evolution reflected in the growth of works from the perspectives of folk songs and choirs.
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