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    Lightbulb Classical Asian music : tiphat:: tiphat:

    Hello everyone!
    The themes of Opera, Religion music or Western classical music must have been familiar to everyone in this forum, there are many members who understand thoroughly.
    Today I come here and want to introduce to you a specific kind of Asian musical instrument of Vietnam, I don't know if any of us have heard this kind of instrument, if so, please give an opinion. Please!: tiphat:: tiphat:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxAb5G8GbXo
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    It was nice but quite modernized. Do you have any clips of true traditional Viet Namese music?
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    Not Vietnamese but Lao, common in upcountry Thailand where the population is largely of Lao extraction. A famous blind khaen player lets us hear Lai Soi. He chooses the mode by plugging some of the finger holes with pitch at the beginning. Southeast Asian minimalism? Major circular breathing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenOC View Post
    Not Vietnamese but Lao, common in upcountry Thailand where the population is largely of Lao extraction. A famous blind khaen player lets us hear Lai Soi. He chooses the mode by plugging some of the finger holes with pitch at the beginning. Southeast Asian minimalism? Major circular breathing!

    If I only listened to the video, I would swear it was Steve Reich's music
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