From Rice Paddies and Temple Yards

World Music Press

Item No. 815530
Alt. Part # WMP-7346
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From Rice Paddies and Temple Yards: Traditional Music of Vietnam By Phong Thuyet Nguyen;and Patricia Shehan Campbell;Book and CD 88 pages; Game songs, love songs, boating songs, recited and sung poetry and instrumental music; Vietnamese history; photos; general intro to the music and instruments;
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From Rice Paddies and Temple Yards: Traditional Music of Vietnam By Phong Thuyet Nguyen;and Patricia Shehan Campbell;Book and CD 88 pages; Game songs, love songs, boating songs, recited and sung poetry and instrumental music; Vietnamese history; photos; general intro to the music and instruments; 12 vocal and instrumental pieces with study guides for group use. Book & CD,; For all ages (grade K to adult)., Contents: Chapter 1: Historical;and Cultural Background.,; Chapter 2: Vietnamese Musical Form;and Instruments.,; Chapter 3: A Guide to the Music of Vietnam (Using the Lessons, Performance Style, Follow-up). Lesson 1: Hat Dum (group song, for grade K to 2). Lesson 2: Cum Num Cum Niu (Closing the Hands; for grade K to 4). Lesson 3: Cay Khan (Turning the Handkerchief; for grade K to 3). Lesson 4: Co La (Flying Egret; for grade 2 to adult). Lesson 5: Ly Chim Quyen (Song of the Nightingale; for grade 4 and up). Lesson 6: Qua Cau Gio Bay (The Wind on the Bridge; for grade 4 and up). Lesson 7: Do Doc Do Ngang (Boat Song; for grade 2 to adult). Lesson 8: Ly Tinh Tang (song with "Ting Tang" endings; for grade 6 and up). Lesson 9: Kim Tien (Golden Coin or Golden Fairy; for grade 4 and up). Lesson 10: Ly Ngua O (Song of the Black Horse; for grade 4 and up). Lesson 11: Voice of the Trong: The Drumming Tradition (for grade 2 and up). Lesson 12: Chinh Phu Ngam Khuc (The Song of the Soldier's Wife).
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