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Music of Vietnam 1.2
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0013711308327
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 4555023494
Label: Celestial Harmonies
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Celestial Harmonies
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Celestial Harmonies
Release Date: March 04, 1994
Studio: Celestial Harmonies




Disc 1:
  1. The Spring In My Home Village - Leu Kim Thu
  2. Dang Dan, Mua Dao, Doc Canh (Medley Of Buddhist Percussion Music) - Pham Van Ty
  3. Running Water, Currency, Spring Wind, Dragon Tiger - Luu Thuy, Kim Tien, Xuan Phong, Long Ho
  4. The Coming Spring - Nguyen Thi Hong Phuc
  5. Dance Of The Tay Nguyen Highlands - Dan
  6. Spinning Song - Phan Kim Thanh
  7. Stream Of The T'rung - Nguyen Thi Hong Phuc
  8. Calling Sounds Of The Khen Pipe - Le Tu Cuong
  9. The Festival In The Country - Trieu Tien Vuong
  10. A Feeling Of Common Confidence - Dang Xuan Khai
  11. Loi Loi (Theater Music) - Music Of Vietnam, Vol 1.2-Various Artists
  12. Village Love - Thao Giang
  13. Muc Ha Vo Nhan (Beggar's Song) - Pham Van Ty
  14. People And Fighters Unite - Nguyen Xuan Hoach
  15. Full Moon - Nguyen Xuan Hoach
  16. Up To The Mountains - Dinh Quang Huan
  17. Gat Chau Van (Chau Van Temple Music) - Pham Van Ty
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Product Description:
Imagine a country whose instrumental heritage includes a thousand-year-old, one-string precursor to the electric guitar: a country where you can play a percussion instrument without actually touching it; a country where one-hole flutes and strange rifle-shaped mouth harps are more common than a piano. Imagine a country whose history and music have been shaped by struggles with Chinese, French, Japanese, and American invasions. You might expect this country's music to be wildly colorful, exotic, and complex - and you would be right. The Music of Vietnam offers listeners a rare opportunity to sample the remarkable variety of traditional Vietnamese music: from ensemble works with a clear Chinese influence to solo pieces for the odd instruments of Vietnam's many tribal minorities.

Volume 1.1 and Volume 1.2 of The Music of Vietnam focus on the traditional music of the Vietnamese people themselves, as opposed to the folk music of the ethnic groups that live in Vietnam's highlands and plateaus. Within the Vietnamese tradition there are many surprises. Works that draw on the trance and percussion music of ancient Buddhist healers appear alongside old Vietnamese theater folk ensembles, but others are definitely a product of musicians who have studied Western classical and pop music. Familiar chord progressions may grace a southerner Vietnamese harvest song, while another work based on religious ritual music may have an acoustic funk backbeat, thanks to the subtle and energetic tradition of Vietnamese percussion.

For Western listeners, especially those for whom Vietnam signifies a war and nothing more, The Music of Vietnam will be an ear-opening experience.



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