18 May 2013

Music Migrations (Part 3)

From Composer of the Week, 2:00 pm on 18 May 2013
Khmer instrument called a krapeu - a zither like instrument with 3 strings

Khmer instrument called a krapeu - a zither like instrument with 3 strings Photo: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

Music Details for Part 3:

TRAD arr National Dance Company of Cambodia: Mohori Bompay – Musicians of the National Dance Company of Cambodia (Real World 786 238)
TRAD/ KONG: Lam Liv - Kong Nay (lute / vocals)(sourced from  itunes)
TRAD: Homrong – Musicians of the National Dance Company of Cambodia (Real World 786 238)
TRAD: Mohori Bird – Saman Sak’s wedding band (private recording)
ANON: Khim (hammered dulcimer) example – Sophal (private recording)
ANON: Takhe (crocodile lute)example – Vannak (private recording)
ANON: Skor (drum) example – Luet Yu (private recording)
TRAD: Bompae lullaby – Saman Sak (tro) (private recording)
ANON: Untitled - Saman Sak (tro) (private recording)
TRAD: Chapu Darai – Saman Sak (tro), Sophal (khim),Luet Yu (skor), Vannak (takhe) (private recording)
ANON: Tro (bowed lute) example - Saman Sak (private recording)
TRAD: Jowduang - Saman Sak (tro), Sophal (khim),Luet Yu (skor), Vannak (takhe) (private recording)
TRAD: Chumpo (Wishing Dance)- Saman Sak (tro), Sophal (khim),Luet Yu (skor), Vannak (takhe) (private recording)

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