What do you call the Vietnamese music?

What is the folk song of Vietnam?

Don Ca Tai Tu, a traditional folk song of Vietnam, has been deeply influenced by some other forms of cultural heritage from the central and south of Vietnam, including ceremonial music (Nhac Le), classical theatre and folk song (Hat Boi).

What are the three categories of Vietnamese music?

There are three main styles of Vietnamese music: 1) the Hue style (with an emphasis on solo pieces); 2) northern professional style (often accompanied by a lute); and 3) southern amateur style (incorporates more western instruments such as violins and Hawaiian guitars).

What is the Folk Song of Thailand?

Mor lam. Mor lam is the dominant folk music of Thailand’s north-eastern Isan region, which has a mainly Lao population. It has much in common with luk thung, such as its focus on the life of the rural poor. It is characterized by rapid-fire, rhythmic vocals and a funk feel to the percussion.

What is one of the categories of Vietnamese music wherein the music performed in religious rituals and funerals?

Nhã Nhạc or Hue royal court music is the court music under the feudal times, performed on festivals or ceremonies (coronation, funerals, and other religious festivals) in the reign of the Nguyen dynasty of Vietnam.

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What are the categories of Lao orchestra?

The Lao classical orchestra can be divided into two categories, Sep Nyai and Sep Noi (or Mahori).

What is the vocal music and instrumental music of Cambodia?

In Cambodia: Traditional Music, Vol. 1, the Phleng Khmer Ensemble and Pinpeat Ensemble play instruments such as the khse diev (one–string lute), phlom slek (“blow leaf”), pai–ar (bamboo flute), chhing (hand cymbals), and skor arak (small drum).