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Telling Truku Stories through Music and Dance: Indigenous Music Festival held at the Taroko Tableland

The Taroko Music Festival, which combines the music, dance, and culture of the Truku people, will be held over four days: March 6, June 5, September 4, and December 4. All performances have been extended from 40 minutes to 80 minutes, and ten Truku music and dance groups have been invited to perform.

The program will include traditional Truku songs, dances, and musical instruments, such as xylophone (tatuk), Jew’s harp, and Taroko mouth harp, as well as compositions in the Truku language. In addition to music and dance, community groups have also been invited to organize other cultural experiences, such as traditional costumes, basket carrying, rice pounding, and traditional food. These activities will allow visitors to experience the essence of traditional Truku lifestyle.

The Taroko Music Festival will be held from 14:30 to 15:50, while the traditional cultural experiences will take place from 13:30 to 15:30. Visitors will be able to experience the culture of the Truku people incorporated in their traditional and modern arts.

The Taroko Music Festival has been held for 16 consecutive years, and it has promoted the heritage and innovation of the Truku culture.

 

Indigenous Music Festival:Visitors will be able to experience the culture of the Truku people incorporated in their traditional and modern arts,four pictures.
Indigenous Music Festival:Visitors will be able to experience the culture of the Truku people incorporated in their traditional and modern arts.
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