[SF027] Ethnic Minority Music Of Northeast Cambodia

[SF027] Ethnic Minority Music Of Northeast Cambodia

 

 

1 –Ien A Lying Song (Meut Mouan Grung Young) Done In His Hammock All Nite Long, Telling Brao Legends
2 –Five Old Kavet Men Sitting Playing 5 Gongs Attached To A Wooden Structure Outside The House With A Female Brao Singer
3 –Brao Female Singer A Midwife Song
4 –Unknown Artist and Unknown Artist A Jarai Melancholic Love Song
5 –Pon Dao Jeng Rieng
6 –Unknown Artist Bra Ta Neul
7 –Five Krung Men Gong Players Standing And Holding Their Gongs, A Flute Player, 8 Female Virgins Clapping Hands And A Responding Chant Between A Male And Female Singers
8 –Krung Female Singer A Song About American Bombing & The Khmer Rouge
9 –Pon Dao Mum, A Unique One String Krung Instrument Bowed With A Bamboo Using The Mouth As A Resonantor, Attached By A String Between The Instrument And The Mouth
10 –Six Phnong Gong Players (4 Men, 2 Women Standing Holding Their Cings Or Flat Gongs), 1 Male Singer, 2 Female Singers
11 –Phnong* Phnong Song
12 –Jek and Nun Jum Ho
13 –Unknown Artist Haet Hout, A Tampoan Flute Made Out Of 9 Bamboo Tubes Played By Women
14 –Tampoan* and Unknown Artist Five Tampoan Young Men Gong Players And An Old Female Singer
15 –Pon and Jouen A Melancholic Sad Love Song In The Jarai Language
16 –Jim Proak, A Tampoan 2 Strings Instrument With A Gourd As Resonator

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