Featuring Tru Singing . Vietnamese Traditional music . Ca nhac dan toc Ve mien Quan Ho . Vietnamese Folk Song . Ca Tru . Hue Tinh . Bach Huong . Dan Moi Sao Tre . Quan h? . Ba Cau hat xam . Xuan Hinh . Hat Xam . Nh?c C?nh Hát Ch?u Van . Nga Mi . Van singing . V?ng C? Bu?n . VTV3 . Royal Dance performance . Hue . Muc Ha Vo Nhan . Hat Xam . Chua h?t bài . Lên d?ng giá Ðông H?i Ð?i Vuong nhân l? khánh thành Ph? Phúc Sinh Tru?ng .
Nhã nhạc on Wikipedia : Nhã nhạc is still performed in the old capital of Huế. ‘Nhã nhạc of Huế court’ was recognised in 2005 by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Extensive efforts have gone underway to preserve this truly unique and highly developed art.
Khac Chi Bamboo Music : Showcasing rare and unique musical instruments that made by bamboo, interspersed with peoples of Vietnam, interspersed with the haunting melodies of Dan Bau, a one-string zither from northern Vietnam, the Koni which has resonation chamber is a player’s mouth, K
Haji-Maji : By the 1960s, Cai Luong had updated itself again. Now the vọng cổ sections were surrounded by Western pop styled intros and outros, from light swing to twangy rock, called tân cổ giao duyên (new and old songs of predestined affinity). On this record you can even hear the traditional instruments overlapping with the pop arrangement near the end.
Vietnam Beauty : The performing art of ca tru itself is quite complicated requiring the singer to be lofty and elegant in gesture but no less sentimental. The internal breathing is of greatest importance in the singing technique. Also the beating of castanets is very sophisticated; the singer has to express her feelings and sentiments through the sound of castanets.
WeLove-music : Presently, Vietnam is home to more than fifty different ethnic peoples, some still living in remote and inaccessible parts of the country and retaining their own distinct cultural identities. As a result of this cultural diversity, there are literally hundreds of styles of music, ranging from court to village styles, and religious to social music.
Tieng Hat Que Huong : Love in Hát Quan Họ is not sad and pessimistic as it is in lullabies (ru) or in calls (hò). On the contrary, the tunes of this type is rich in tunesand rythms because it received all the influences of lullabies, poem recitation, etc.
Vietnam Connect : The art of Hat Chau Van originated in the Red River delta and dates back to the 16th century, spreading later to the whole of the country. During its development course, Hat Chau Van has taken in the essential beauty of folk songs from regions in the north, the centre and the south. In North and Central Vietnam it was called Hat Chau Van, whereas in the South it was also called Roi Bóng.
Thăng Long : Âm nhạc truyền thống chứa đựng sức sống mãnh liệt và là nhân tố quan trọng trong quá trình hình thành nhân cách con người…