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Orchestra Of Traditional Instruments Of The South Viet Nam Liberation Radio - Music Of Innovated Theatre - South Vietnam (Cải Lương) mp3 track

MP3 1853 mb. | FLAC 1221 mb. | WMA 1797 mb.

Performer: Orchestra Of Traditional Instruments Of The South Viet Nam Liberation Radio
Title: Music Of Innovated Theatre - South Vietnam (Cải Lương)
Released: 1972
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.4 ✦
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A1 The Land Of Valiant Fighters
Lyrics By – Phạm Ngọc ThanhVocals [Performer] – Ngọc Hoa
A2 Beloved Mother
Lyrics By – Thanh HiểnVocals [Performer] – Ngọc Hoa
A3 The Song Of Highway 9
Lyrics By – Hồng NamVocals [Performer] – Ngọc Hoa, Thanh Hùng
B1 Flak-Site
Lyrics By – Trẩn Nam DânVocals [Performer] – Ngọc Mai
B2 Defending The Homeland
Lyrics By – Durơng TấnVocals [Performer] – Kim Hà
B3 This Song I Dedicate To YouIn The Highlands
Lyrics By – Phạm Ngọc ThanhVocals [Performer] – Ngọc Hoa
B4 To Highway 9, So Dear To My Heart
Lyrics By – Nguyển Trường SonVocals [Performer] – Thanh Hùng

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Credits

  • Ensemble – Orchestra Of Traditional Instruments Of The South Viet Nam Liberation Radio*
  • Sleeve – L.T. Dúc

Ensemble – Orchestra Of Traditional Instruments Of The South Viet Nam Liberation Radio.

Defending The Homeland Orchestra Of Traditional Instruments Of The South Viet Nam Liberation Radio - Music Of Innovated Theatre - South Vietnam (Cải Lương) ‎(LP).

Cai Luong (roughly translated as renovated theatre ) is a form of modern folk opera, particularly famous in Southern Vietnam. Cai luong owes much of its success to the sweet voices of the cast, much appreciated by the audiences. Upon hearing the first bars of the desired vong co, the audience reacts with gasps of recognition and applause. There are normally two types, independent song performance and play performance. A Cai luong performance always includes dances, songs and music, whose influences is originally drawn from southern folk one. The music of Cai luong has so far been enriched with hundreds of new tunes. A cai luong orchestra mainly consists of guitars with concave frets. Regarding a Cai luong play, the scenes are changed frequently throughout the play.

Theatre of Vietnam comprises many traditional forms of drama which survive and retain their popularity to varying degrees. Vietnamese theatre is strongly influenced by Chinese opera and other forms, and includes genres like Hát tuồng, Hát chèo and Cải lương. Hát tuồng or "hát bội" was imported from China around the 13th century and was used for entertaining royalty for a time before being adapted for traveling troupes of actors.

Traditional Vietnamese musical instruments are the musical instruments used in the traditional and classical musics of Vietnam. They comprise a wide range of string, wind, and percussion instruments, used by both the Viet (Kinh) majority as well as the nation's ethnic minorities. àn bầu (also Đàn Bao) - monochord zither: often tuned C3, though tuning varies. àn đáy - long-necked three-stringed lute with trapezoidal body: tuned G3 C4 F4.

The primary influence on traditional Vietnamese music is the music of China and to a lesser degree the Indochinese kingdom of Champa (circa 10th century to 19th century). However, this 1971 recording illustrates Vietnam’s own special styles, which include the hát ả đào or sung poetry of the North and the cải lương or theatre music of the South. Themes of freedom, independence, and personal and spiritual exploration are captured in these art forms dating back 500 years. The liner notes include musical notation and explain the content and history of each selection.

Liberation Music Orchestra is a band and jazz album by Charlie Haden released in 1970, Haden's first as leader.