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An Nangseu Ngom - Various - Music Of Laos - The Buddhist Tradition (CD)


Download An Nangseu Ngom - Various - Music Of Laos - The Buddhist Tradition (CD)
2003
Label: Celestial Harmonies - 13218-2 • Format: CD • Country: Germany • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Religious


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8 thoughts on “ An Nangseu Ngom - Various - Music Of Laos - The Buddhist Tradition (CD) ”

  1. Voodoosho says:
    Music of Laos: The Buddhist Tradition is obviously just a sample of the resulting archives. This volume, as the title indicates, serves merely to hint at the enormous presence and impact of Buddhist thought in various forms of Lao music.4/5(3).
  2. Meztilkree says:
    Jan 01,  · Various Southeast Asian ethnicities reside in Laos, overlapping Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, Cambodia, and China; thus, there is no one typical Laotian musical form. Metallaphones (xylophones and gongs) dominate the music of temples and palaces, while flutes, drums, and bamboo harmonica, the khen, are more popular folk instruments.4/5(3).
  3. Kagale says:
    Music of Laos: The Buddhist Tradition is the result of a collaboration between the University of Applied Sciences in Emden, Germany, and the Ministry of Information and Culture of Laos. If Laos is still a mystery to the West, its music is even more obscure.
  4. Brazilkree says:
    Vocal and instrumental Buddhist ceremonial music from Laos. Performer(s): Various performers. Event notes: Recorded in Laos by Gisa JaÌ hnichen, Description: 1 online resource (1 sound file) Contents: The ceremonial ensemble of Champasak (phinphat).
  5. Gomuro says:
    Laos - Laos - The arts: The visual, dramatic, musical, and literary arts of Laos draw primarily from religious and local traditional sources. However, in contemporary times many towns—especially those along the Mekong River—have been exposed to other cultures and traditions, largely through Thai mass media. In the south, Khmer influences on the peoples of Laos are strong; in the north.
  6. Zololkis says:
    Mar 22,  · Laos is a country deeply steeped in Buddhist culture. Several temples offer meditation opportunities with the monks. While the tourism infrastructure is not yet offering many all inclusive meditation retreats, there are still many great teachers and organizations ready to help you tune in and relax in Laos.
  7. Mikasar says:
    Laos - Laos - Religion: The predominant religion of Laos is Theravada Buddhism. Buddhism was the state religion of the prerepublic kingdom of Laos, and the organization of the community of monks and novices, the clergy (sangha), paralleled the political hierarchy. Buddhists—largely lowland Lao—account for about half the country’s people. Some two-fifths of the population, primarily the.
  8. Arashiktilar says:
    Jan 26,  · Laos is a Southeast Asian country traversed by the Mekong River and known for mountainous terrain, French colonial architecture, hill tribe settlements and Buddhist monasteries.

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