Thai Music and Musicians in Contemporary Bangkok

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Centers for South and Southeast Asia Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 1993 - Music - 271 pages

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Contents

Example of Ram Wong Music
8
Music Instruments and Ensembles
21
Categories of Thai Instruments
26
Khaung Wong Jaj
28
Tuning a Ranaat Eek
29
Sizes of Wong Piiphaat
36
Sizes of Wong Piiphaat
37
Sizes of Wong Mahoorii
38
Comparison of Melodic Fragment in Three Different Metric Levels
64
Examples of Thaang Waan and Thaang Kep in Solo Phajaasook
67
Relationships Between Solo Vocalist and Instrumentalists
69
Examples of Samniang
73
Elements of Music
82
Thai Pitch Names
84
Example of Thaun Within One Composition
96
Luuk Mot
98

Instruments in Wong Khryang Saaj Khryang Khuu
40
Instrumentalists in a Mahoorii Ensemble
41
Sau Duang
42
Sau Uu
43
Cakhee
44
Ranaat Eek
45
Ching
46
Klaung Chaatrii and Khaung Khuu
48
Seating Scheme for Instrumentalists in Wong Mahoorii Khryang Jaj
53
The Classification of Repertoires
56
One Conception of Repertoire Categories
58
Examples of Naa Phaat and Other Compositions in Khoon and Lakhaun
59
Drum Strokes upon the Taphoon
101
Notation for Sau Duang
150
Notation and Performance
151
Religious Cosmology and the Honoring of Teachers
160
Comparison of Belief in Deities in Two Schools
166
Waj Khruu Altar Display
168
Priphaat Ensemble Performing at Waj Khruu
175
Anointing During Waj Khruu
177
The Institutional Contexts of Music
192
Thai Music in Thai Society
224
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